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2019 Spring/Summer TV Scorecard
We gathered a list of all the TV premieres from the spring and summer – series, miniseries, as well as TV movies – and ranked them by Tomatometer.
While we would normally expect Game of Thrones‘ epic final season to top the scorecard, it does not; the divisive final season ended its run with the series’ first-ever Rotten score. Instead, the second seasons of buzzy BBC America spy thriller Killing Eve and YouTube’s Karate Kid continuation Cobra Kai rank above it, as do acclaimed debuts including HBO miniseries Chernobyl, Hulu’s Ramy, FX miniseries Fosse/Verdon, and CBS All Access’ reboot of The Twilight Zone.
The list below tracks every new TV season or streaming movie from the beginning of spring — April 1 for organizational purposes — that got at least 10 critic reviews for TV shows and 20 critic reviews for TV movies.
Latest Update (8/26): The latest additions include Mindhunter, Holey Moley, Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling, Our Boys, The Amazing Johnathan Documentary, The Righteous Gemstones, American Factory, This Way Up, On Becoming a God in Central Florida, The Dark Crystal: The Age of Resistance, and Carnival Row.
If you’re wondering why your favorite show isn’t on here, it likely just didn’t have enough season reviews to qualify under our criteria.
Adjusted Score: 6693%
Critics Consensus: A hodgepodge of science fiction homage, Another Life lacks the distinctive spark necessary to set it apart from the array of stories it aspires to be.
Adjusted Score: 24599%
Critics Consensus: A spin-off to nowhere, L.A.'s Finest operates on outdated sensibilities and wastes its talented leads' time -- especially unfortunate considering Gabriel Union's committed performance.
Adjusted Score: 29942%
Critics Consensus: The Silence has nothing new to say with a derivative premise and placid pacing -- even a wasted Stanley Tucci is unable to elevate the stodgy material a decibel above dreadful.
A family struggles to survive after deadly creatures that hunt by sound invade the planet.... [More]
Adjusted Score: 23223%
Critics Consensus: The Village commendably attempts to affirm the bonds between neighbors in an urban community, but the series' overeagerness to wring tears from viewers will most likely only prompt them to roll their eyes.
Adjusted Score: 36035%
Critics Consensus: Despite its pedigree, The Code does little to differentiate itself in a crowded field.
Adjusted Score: 44105%
Critics Consensus: A deliriously delicious performance from Renée Zellweger can't save What/If from its own mediocrity, but boy is she fun to watch.
Adjusted Score: 45881%
Critics Consensus: Though it teases some appealingly pulpy puzzle pieces, The Rook's dour tone and convoluted machinations overshadow its intriguing premise.
Adjusted Score: 40942%
Critics Consensus: Point Blank has its reasonably diverting moments, but high energy and fast-paced action can't disguise this remake's frustratingly middling storytelling.
Pitted against rival gangs and corrupt cops, an ER nurse and a career criminal must work together to survive the... [More]
Adjusted Score: 46302%
Critics Consensus: Promising performances and an intriguing premise can't keep Chambers' meandering melodrama from getting lost in its own haunted hallways.
Adjusted Score: 45761%
Critics Consensus: Despite an impressive cast and crew, Four Weddings and a Funeral falls flat, relying too heavily on genre clichés to offer audiences anything more than just another mediocre romcom.
Adjusted Score: 55034%
Critics Consensus: Crude, rude, but without that charming British attitude, Love Island fails to make a splash across the pond -- though fans may still find comfort in its cynically familiar formula.
Adjusted Score: 54222%
Critics Consensus: Blood & Treasure never finds the X that marks the sweet spot, but viewers who heed an undemanding call to adventure may find some charm in the series' concept.
Adjusted Score: 50505%
Critics Consensus: Despite some good performances from its star-studded cast, Motherfatherson fails to present the dramatic range it aims to achieve.
Adjusted Score: 62397%
Critics Consensus: Beautiful, but bloated, Carnival Row boasts meticulously crafted mythology and luscious world building -- unfortunately its story of haves and have nots simply has too much going on.
Adjusted Score: 64432%
Critics Consensus: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile often transcends its narrative limitations through sheer force of Zac Efron's compulsively watchable performance.
A chronicle of the crimes of Ted Bundy from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend, who refused to believe the... [More]
Adjusted Score: 56070%
Critics Consensus: Game of Thrones' final season shortchanges the women of Westeros, sacrificing satisfying character arcs for spectacular set-pieces in its mad dash to the finish line.
Adjusted Score: 63886%
Critics Consensus: Native Son's struggles with its problematic source material are uneven but overall compelling, thanks largely to Ashton Sanders' poised work in the central role.
A young African-American living in Chicago enters into a seductive new world of money and power after becoming a chauffeur... [More]
Adjusted Score: 65276%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Adjusted Score: 70394%
Critics Consensus: It'll be best enjoyed by audiences with a high tolerance for colorful whimsy, but Unicorn Store is easy to like -- and it suggests Brie Larson has a future behind the camera.
A woman receives a mysterious invitation that could fulfill a childhood dream.... [More]
Adjusted Score: 73410%
Critics Consensus: Bonding's writing too often teeters uncomfortably between bewitchingly funny and bewilderingly underwhelming to make it a truly satisfying experience.
Adjusted Score: 68540%
Critics Consensus: Though Why Women Kill falls short of its ambitious premise, fans of Marc Cherry and his impressive cast will find much to like it its darkly soapy and stylish delights.
Adjusted Score: 46569%
Critics Consensus: Despite delivering some memorable and splatter-filled zombie set-pieces that fans crave, Fear the Walking Dead feels stiff with early-onset rigor mortis in a fifth season that emphasizes altruism over coherent characterization.
Adjusted Score: 69939%
Critics Consensus: Wine Country's comedy might not be quite as robust as fans of this ensemble will expect, but it's got sweetness on the nose and a nicely balanced finish.
Six women question their friendships and futures when they travel to Napa Valley, Calif., to celebrate one's 50th birthday.... [More]
Adjusted Score: 71667%
Critics Consensus: Though BH90210's strange take on the "reboot" doesn't always hit its mark, it still proves an endearingly wild trip thanks to it's committed cast's continued chemistry.
Adjusted Score: 71821%
Critics Consensus: Though Nos2a2 strains to build the necessary atmosphere to pull off its ambitious premise, it does capture the spirit of Joe Hill's singular work and provide a new psychopath for Zachary Quinto to sink his teeth into.
Adjusted Score: 73575%
Critics Consensus: Grim and graphic, Too Old to Die Young is stylish, but its languid story does little to justify its violent tendencies-- though fans of Refn's may find enjoyment in its neon laden misery.
Adjusted Score: 65855%
Critics Consensus: Though it can't quite out drive its past, its affable new hosts bring a fresh and fun energy that keeps Top Gear spinning along nicely.
Adjusted Score: 74822%
Critics Consensus: While intriguing characters and impressive set-pieces make for an engaging spy-thriller, Pennyworth doesn't add much to the greater Batman mythos.
Adjusted Score: 72693%
Critics Consensus: If not always graceful, The Red Line is never less than empathetic, effectively applying tried and true storytelling techniques in its attempts to untangle complicated cultural issues.
Adjusted Score: 72693%
Critics Consensus: Though Pearson trades the juicy intrigue of Suits for straightforward political drama, it works thanks to Gina Torres' commanding performance.
Adjusted Score: 75774%
Critics Consensus: Led by a pair of compelling performances, The Perfection is a smart, gripping thriller that barbs its wild twists with cutting wit.
A troubled musical prodigy and a new star pupil embark down a sinister path.... [More]
Adjusted Score: 73410%
Critics Consensus: Perry Mattfeld is compelling as an amateur sleuth In the Dark, although the series' recycling of mystery tropes and questionable treatment of physical handicaps may leave some viewers with a dim impression.
Adjusted Score: 77035%
Critics Consensus: Preacher returns as creatively violent, bloody, and profane as ever, but it seems to be running out of steam in its final season.
Adjusted Score: 74787%
Critics Consensus: Grand Hotel is a vivacious summer soap, gathering a glamorous ensemble of Latinx talent and letting them bounce off each other in delightfully sordid turns of betrayal.
Adjusted Score: 79669%
Critics Consensus: Though City on a Hill's meandering story can't quite match its ambitions, it's entertaining -- and even occasionally riveting -- to watch Kevin Bacon and company take on bureaucracy.
Adjusted Score: 75855%
Critics Consensus: Even if it's not the most satisfying finale for an entire era of Marvel television, Jessica Jones' final chapter finishes strong by giving its complicated heroine the space to change -- and Krysten Ritter one last chance to work her sarcastic magic.
Adjusted Score: 77467%
Critics Consensus: The Twilight Zone explores the strangeness of the modern world through Rod Serling's winning formula, creating a thought-provoking -- if not always spine-tingling -- showcase for Jordan Peele and his exceptional crop of collaborators.
Adjusted Score: 75129%
Critics Consensus: The Spanish Princess blends soapy melodrama with beautifully rendered historical set-pieces to paint a rounder -- if still not fully realized -- portrait of an often overlooked queen.
Adjusted Score: 75882%
Critics Consensus: Black Summer has enough undead carnage and a sinewy pace to please zombie fans, but the series suffers from scant characterization and doesn't add much storytelling meat to the genre's gnawed-on bone.
Adjusted Score: 80115%
Critics Consensus: Though it may not win many new converts, fans of Danny McBride will find much to praise in The Righteous Gemstones's darkly hilarious pews.
Adjusted Score: 86328%
Critics Consensus: With a stronger central mystery steeped in witchy world building, Chilling Adventures remains a deliciously dark, delightfully campy romp that pushes Sabrina deeper down the path of night -- if only she would get there a little faster.
Adjusted Score: 82035%
Critics Consensus: Well-written and endearingly down-home, Bless This Mess' greatest gift is the joy of seeing its hilarious and like-able ensemble all in one place.
Adjusted Score: 85137%
Critics Consensus: Like a pleasant visit to a place you used to live, Tales of the City provides ample nostalgic comforts, while maintaining the series' mission of celebrating the diversity of San Francisco on its own terms.
Adjusted Score: 84941%
Critics Consensus: What Someone Great lacks in originality it makes up for in relatability and charm, thanks in large part to the undeniable chemistry between its talented leads.
Dumped by her long-term boyfriend, a music journalist recruits her two best friends for one last outrageous adventure in New... [More]
Adjusted Score: 86457%
Critics Consensus: The Handmaid's Tale's third season reigns in its horrors and inspires hope that revolution really is possible -- if only the story would stop spinning its wheels and get to it already.
Adjusted Score: 88373%
Critics Consensus: Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams give viewers plenty of razzle and dazzle in Fosse/Verdon -- a straightforward miniseries that is hampered by rote biographical tropes, but still shimmies with the requisite glitz, grit, and all that jazz audiences crave.
Adjusted Score: 94292%
Critics Consensus: Though viewers' mileage may vary, The Boys' violent delights and willingness to engage in heavy, relevant themes are sure to please those looking for a new group of antiheroes to root for.
Adjusted Score: 88408%
Critics Consensus: Though at times hard to watch, Euphoria balances its brutal honesty with an empathetic -- and visually gorgeous -- eye to create a uniquely challenging and illuminating series, held together by a powerfully understated performance from Zendaya.
Adjusted Score: 92408%
Critics Consensus: A smörgåsbord of heavenly imagery and irreverent hilarity, Good Omens works thanks to Michael Sheen and David Tennant's very-nearly-holy (or maybe unholy?) chemistry -- though, at only six episodes, it's a rare adaptation that may have benefitted from being a little less faithful to the good book.
Adjusted Score: 88516%
Critics Consensus: Though it loses a bit of narrative steam, On Becoming a God in Central Florida proves a clever and absurd satire that will make you want to buy whatever Kirsten Dunst is selling.
Adjusted Score: 86317%
Critics Consensus: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power continues to go from strength to strength with ebullient flair in a second season that will enrapture younger fans while reminding adult viewers about the virtues of friendship and kindness.
Adjusted Score: 85222%
Critics Consensus: A cleverly crass exploration of life in the sunshine state, Florida Girls is a perfect summer comedy with something to say.
Adjusted Score: 84163%
Critics Consensus: Though its story at times leaves something to be desired, Wu Assassins's exceptional choreography and bold aesthetic makes it an action packed delight.
Adjusted Score: 81275%
Critics Consensus: The Amazing Johnathan Documentary sets out to survey a magician's final tour -- and ends up pulling off some wildly ambitious tricks of its own.
Filmmaker Benjamin Berman has a difficult time separating truth from fiction as he documents the final tour of a dying... [More]
Adjusted Score: 88481%
Critics Consensus: An intriguing tangle of mystery and melodrama, what The Society lacks in levity -- and at times clarity -- it makes up for with its surprisingly thoughtful exploration of community, culture, and what it means to grow up.
Adjusted Score: 86768%
Critics Consensus: Das Boot possesses the atmospheric pressure of its cinematic forebear while adding new depth to its compelling ensemble, making for a riveting international production.
Adjusted Score: 84780%
Critics Consensus: Aziz Ansari balances sharp social commentary with just enough earnest introspection to craft a special that, while not without its baggage, shows how far the comedian has come - and how far he may still have to go.
In a comedy special directed by Spike Jonze, Aziz Ansari shares deep personal insights and hilarious takes on wokeness, family... [More]
Adjusted Score: 87855%
Critics Consensus: Luther returns in fine form from its extended exodus with a grizzly mystery and the welcome reappearance of Ruth Wilson's psychotic villain, Alice Morgan.
Adjusted Score: 87052%
Critics Consensus: The Great Hack offers an alarming glimpse of the way data is being weaponized for political gain -- and what it might mean for future elections.
The dark world of data exploitation is uncovered through the unpredictable personal journeys of players on different sides of the... [More]
Adjusted Score: 89796%
Critics Consensus: Dead to Me doesn't always deliver on the gallows humor that it promises, but the sterling duo of Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini elevates the series above its pulpier aspects -- offering a deeply moving relationship shaped by mutual grief.
Adjusted Score: 91462%
Critics Consensus: Though not quite as sharp as Joseph Heller's seminal novel, Catch-22's handsomely rendered, hilariously horrifying exploration of war still soars thanks to its stellar cast and reverent adherence to its source material.
Adjusted Score: 93972%
Critics Consensus: Gorgeous and gripping, Big Little Lies's second season doubles down on the dark humor and gives its impressive cast even more juicy drama to chew on -- especially an excellent Meryl Streep.
Adjusted Score: 93009%
Critics Consensus: While Cobra Kai's subversive kick no longer carries the same gleeful impact of its inaugural season, its second round is still among the best around -- no amount of mid-life crisis and teenage ennui's ever gonna keep it down.
Adjusted Score: 95432%
Critics Consensus: An epic fantasy adventure that will please old and new fans alike, Age of Resistance expertly builds on the lore of The Dark Crystal, crafting compelling new mythos without losing sight of the humanity at the story's heart.
Adjusted Score: 92397%
Critics Consensus: GLOW dives even deeper into the lives of its divas to deliver a knock-out third season that solidifies its place as one of TV's most compelling -- and hilarious -- character studies.
Adjusted Score: 94209%
Critics Consensus: Years and Years scathingly critiques the present with a nihilistic projection of the future, leavening the devastating satire with a buoyant sense of humor and characters who are easy to become invested in.
Adjusted Score: 90974%
Critics Consensus: Though at times it vamps more than it grows, Dear White People's third season still excels thanks to its continued willingness to confront tough social issues with comedic grace.
Adjusted Score: 91728%
Critics Consensus: An anxiety producing dramatization of real world events, The Hot Zone is a sobering reminder of exactly how deadly a disease can be.
Adjusted Score: 93892%
Critics Consensus: Suranne Jones' boundless charisma brings the indomitable Anne Lister to vivid life in Gentleman Jack, a gently revelatory series that mines terrific humor from the icon's unapologetic forward-thinkingness - although the series isn't as willing to ruffle feathers as she was.
Adjusted Score: 94209%
Critics Consensus: Marshmallows, rejoice! Veronica Mars returns in fine form, capturing much of what made the series so beloved while adding new wrinkles that satisfy more often than they mystify.
Adjusted Score: 92223%
Critics Consensus: A fun, family-friend show that benefits greatly from its hyperbolic hosts, Holey Moley is a delightful summer diversion.
Adjusted Score: 94634%
Critics Consensus: Devastating, hilarious, and surprisingly light, This Way Up captures the complexities of mental health with an empathetic -- if at times wandering -- eye.
Adjusted Score: 92399%
Critics Consensus: Pleasantly strange and surprisingly thoughtful, Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling succeeds as both a nostalgic look back and a healthy hop forward.
Adjusted Score: 93605%
Critics Consensus: Carried by the infectious charms of Ali Wong and Randall Park, Always Be My Maybe takes familiar rom-com beats and cleverly layers in smart social commentary to find its own sweet groove.
Childhood sweethearts have a falling out and don't speak for 15 years. They reconnect as adults when Sasha runs into... [More]
Adjusted Score: 101265%
Critics Consensus: Stranger Things transforms itself into a riveting -- if familiar -- summer ride that basks in its neon-laden nostalgia without losing sight of the rich relationships that make the series so endearing.
Adjusted Score: 92128%
Critics Consensus: The Fab Five keep going deeper and just keep getting better -- Can you believe?
Adjusted Score: 83328%
Critics Consensus: Real-world and supernatural horrors collide in Infamy, an exceptionally well-crafted ghost story that creeps under the skin and stays there.
Adjusted Score: 94505%
Critics Consensus: Challenging and thoughtful, Our Boys explores a real-world tragedy with grace and compassion.
Adjusted Score: 93411%
Critics Consensus: Six seasons in and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. continues to deepen its exploration of space and the relationships between its heroes.
Adjusted Score: 93409%
Critics Consensus: Though its ambitious attempts to tackle tricky subject matter don't always land, Alternatino proves a perfect showcase for Arturo Castro's impressive range of comedic talents.
Adjusted Score: 94539%
Critics Consensus: In its final season, Legion remains a singular piece of visually arresting, mind-bending television that never fails to surprise.
Adjusted Score: 94692%
Critics Consensus: Carla Gugino shines in JETT, a stylish -- if overtly violent -- noir that benefits from its willingness to crank its genre set-pieces up to eleven.
Adjusted Score: 94822%
Critics Consensus: A cornucopia of visual wonder and environmental advocacy, Our Planet's breathtaking cinematography explores more of this beautiful, blue marble while presenting an urgent call to action to its inhabitants.
Adjusted Score: 97770%
Critics Consensus: With the titillating cat-and-mouse game still rooted at its core, Killing Eve returns for an enthralling second season of considerably higher stakes, hilariously dark humor and a captivating dynamic between characters, solidifying its position as one of the best spy thrillers out.
Adjusted Score: 94669%
Critics Consensus: By leaning into the horror of it all, Swamp Thing swims deep into the trenches of this strange world and returns with a scary good TV show.
Adjusted Score: 91276%
Critics Consensus: Candid and compelling, Running with Beto is an illuminating exploration of an up-and-coming politician and the changing political landscape around him.
Filmmaker David Modigliani's behind-the-scenes look at Beto O'Rourke's breakaway campaign that was designed to unseat Ted Cruz in the U.S.... [More]
Adjusted Score: 97352%
Critics Consensus: Honest and genuinely affecting, Special lives up to its name with a funny -- if a bit too concise -- first season brightened by Ryan O'Connell's infectious charms.
Adjusted Score: 94331%
Critics Consensus: See You Yesterday marries a novel sci-fi premise with urgent social relevance and forges something excitedly new from the union -- providing an impressive showcase for star Eden Duncan-Smith and debut writer-director Stefon Bristol.
Two teenage science prodigies spend every spare minute working on their latest homemade invention: backpacks that enable time travel. When... [More]
Adjusted Score: 103784%
Critics Consensus: Chernobyl rivets with a creeping dread that never dissipates, dramatizing a national tragedy with sterling craft and an intelligent dissection of institutional rot.
Adjusted Score: 98728%
Critics Consensus: Director Erin Lee Carr expertly blends journalistic edge and empathy in I Love You, Now Die to create a concise, compelling, and refreshingly exploitation-free exploration of a complicated crime.
Adjusted Score: 102962%
Critics Consensus: Succession returns in darkly funny form, with sharp writing, exceptional performances, and a surprising new level of sympathy for some of television's least likable characters.
Adjusted Score: 99272%
Critics Consensus: American Factory takes a thoughtful -- and troubling -- look at the dynamic between workers and employers in the 21st-century globalized economy.
In post-industrial Ohio, a Chinese billionaire opens a new factory in the husk of an abandoned General Motors plant. Early... [More]
Adjusted Score: 104091%
Critics Consensus: Ava DuVernay pulls no punches in When They See Us, laying out the harrowing events endured by the Central Park Five while adding a necessary layer of humanity to their story that challenges viewers to reconsider what it means to find justice in America.
Adjusted Score: 100857%
Critics Consensus: A delightful, delicate dance of light and dark, Pose's second season achieves a striking balance between the grittiness of reality and the glamour of the runway.
Adjusted Score: 101045%
Critics Consensus: An insightful and hilarious glimpse into the life of a Muslim American family, Ramy perfectly articulates the precarious nature and nuances of identity and announces Ramy Youssef is a talent to watch.
Adjusted Score: 101234%
Critics Consensus: Carried by its exceptional ensemble, Orange Is the New Black's final season gets straight to the point, tackling hard-hitting issues with the same dramatic depth and gallows humor that made the show so ground-breaking to begin with.
Adjusted Score: 101939%
Critics Consensus: A triumphant coda to a beloved series, Deadwood: The Movie will satisfy fans longing for a little f---ing closure.
Saloon owner Al Swearengen clashes with Sheriff Seth Bullock as the residents of Deadwood celebrate South Dakota's statehood in 1889.... [More]
Adjusted Score: 100034%
Critics Consensus: As funny and fun as the first outing, The Tick's sophomore season leans into the strengths of its secondary characters and is all the better for it.
Adjusted Score: 100034%
Critics Consensus: A refreshingly chill music documentary, Shangri-La provides an insightful -- if not exactly revelatory -- peak into the private world of producer Rick Rubin.
Adjusted Score: 100317%
Critics Consensus: Delightfully uncomfortable, Harlots continues to push boundaries, but never at the expense of its deliciously campy fun.
Adjusted Score: 100034%
Critics Consensus: Of Mics and Men condenses the mythology surrounding the celebrated Wu-Tang Clan with finesse, honoring the hip hop collective's aura of legend while also delving into each member's earthy humanity.
Adjusted Score: 100692%
Critics Consensus: Smart, stylish, and fully realized thanks to show-runner Tanya Saracho and her talented crew, Vida's second season is a masterclass in crafting multidimensional characters.
Adjusted Score: 100787%
Critics Consensus: Lodge 49 continues its strange journey with a superb second season that leans further into the shows idiosyncrasies.
Adjusted Score: 100316%
Critics Consensus: Fresh faces, exceptional performances, and a more clearly defined sense of purpose help Krypton find its footing.
Adjusted Score: 101163%
Critics Consensus: Powerful, beautiful, and like nothing else on TV, David Makes Man blends dreamy aesthetics with an empathetically crafted story to create a truly unique viewing experience.
Adjusted Score: 101164%
Critics Consensus: Singular, subversive, and simply hilarious, A Black Lady Sketch Show finds universal humor in specific spaces to craft quick-witted sketches that perfectly showcase Robin Thede and her talented cast.
Adjusted Score: 100976%
Critics Consensus: Bold, brisk, and beautiful, Sherman's Showcase is a delightful and stylish sketch show that moves to its own groove and invites everyone to laugh along.
Adjusted Score: 96334%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
At the height of the Cold War, President Eisenhower deems homosexuals to be security risks. A vicious witch hunt ensues,... [More]
Adjusted Score: 101070%
Critics Consensus: Absurdly funny and fearless, South Side successfully captures the spirit of a community and confronts tough social constructs with smart writing, a spectacular cast, and just the right amount of silliness.
Adjusted Score: 101822%
Critics Consensus: Igualmente hilarante y horripilante, Los Espookys is an espooky good time.
Adjusted Score: 101822%
Critics Consensus: Dark's sumptuous second season descends deeper into the show's meticulously-crafted mythos and cements the series as one of streaming's strongest and strangest science fiction stories.
Adjusted Score: 101608%
Critics Consensus: Tuca & Bertie skips right past Bojack Horseman's shadow with its chipper sensibility and madcap sight gags, bringing plenty of laughs as it addresses adulting anxiety and exalts the joys of friendship.
Adjusted Score: 104585%
Critics Consensus: Mindhunter expands its narrative horizons without losing sight of the details that made its first season so rich, crafting a chilling second season that is as unsettling as it is utterly absorbing.
Adjusted Score: 108308%
Critics Consensus: Fleabag jumps back into the fray with a bracing second season that upholds its predecessor's frenzied wit and delicate heart, replete with Phoebe Waller-Bridge's indefatigable charisma.
Adjusted Score: 104048%
Critics Consensus: A galvanizing glimpse behind the scenes of a pivotal election, Knock Down the House should prove engrossing for viewers of all political persuasions.
A young bartender in the Bronx, a coal miner's daughter in West Virginia, a grieving mother in Nevada, and a... [More]
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