'Narcos: Mexico'

Yet another installation in the world’s continuing fascination with the drug trade in the Americas. Call me jaded, but having seen at least 10 of these come out every month, I may have unfairly written off “Narcos: Mexico” before it even began.


However, the downside of a show that is so realistically boring is that sometimes there are points where it just seems... boring.

"The Kominsky Method"

Yet so often the show gets lost in the bond between these two men that it borders on the crime of self-obsession.


Brat is the only network that is daring to do something different from the typical formula of television targeted pre-teens.

LeBron in 'The Shop'

Jordan’s story is told alongside those of forgotten athletes who gambled their careers on their political convictions… and lost.

"Super Drags"

‘Super Drags’ is nothing short of constantly entertaining.


The entire show feels like something between a Hulu advertisement and a Disney Channel original movie.

Julia Roberts in 'Homecoming'

With “Homecoming,” Esmail solidifies himself as one of the best directors working in television. His style here projects a kind of refined paranoia, evoking Hitchcock in hypnotic staircase shots, trippy zooms and spectacular long takes.

'Tell Me a Story'

With a surplus of violent, depressing scenes and a dialogue that focuses an unnecessary amount on Donald Trump, “Tell Me a Story” is too grim for its own good.

Caleb Foote in 'The Kids are Alright'

In a recent phone interview with The Daily, Foote discussed his positive undergraduate experience at the University, the perks of being a regular player on a network show and the differences between acting onscreen and acting onstage.