Adjusted Score: 59795%
Critics Consensus: Craig Robinson and Adam Scott's odd-couple chemistry is strong enough to carry Ghosted through a first season that finds the show a promising work in progress.
Adjusted Score: 71115%
Critics Consensus: Jean-Claude Van Damme parodies his own martial arts image with world-weary grace, but this series' scattershot laugh ratio and limited production value could leave viewer reaction as split as the star's thighs.
Adjusted Score: 65594%
Critics Consensus: Law & Order: True Crime: The Menendez Murders benefits from a standout performance from Edie Falco that proves captivating enough to compensate for a staid approach to potentially drama-rich material.
Adjusted Score: 63596%
Critics Consensus: Me, Myself & I's experimental format doesn't always work, but remains watchable thanks to the charming Bobby Moynihan and John Larroquette.
Adjusted Score: 53471%
Critics Consensus: Anthony Atamnuik's eerily accurate impression of the commander-in-chief makes this scathing satire worth watching, although the cheeky series could use a little more coloring along the edges.
Adjusted Score: 54862%
Critics Consensus: Liar has just enough twists to make it more than just another thriller -- though its treatment of sensitive issues leaves something to be desired.
Adjusted Score: 69729%
Critics Consensus: Subtle and spooky, Lore's horror-laden history lessons take on new life on the small screen, though it sticks too closely to the podcast's original format to truly distinguish itself.
Adjusted Score: 72663%
Critics Consensus: Gunpowder's bulky narrative provides few new historical insights, but its engaging leads and visceral violence may be enough to leave viewers remembering the fifth of November anyway.
Adjusted Score: 71596%
Critics Consensus: SEAL Team's solidly written first season offers compelling characters and hints at broader potential, even if it's somewhat undermined by an overall sense of predictability.
Adjusted Score: 65131%
Critics Consensus: The Walking Dead's eighth season energizes its characters with some much-needed angst and action, though it's still occasionally choppy and lacking forward-moving plot progression.
Adjusted Score: 46555%
Critics Consensus: No Activity feels refreshingly slapdash and agreeably aimless for a cop comedy, welcoming viewers to bask in its gentle mirth -- though its hook may be less than satisfying for some viewers.
Adjusted Score: 78591%
Critics Consensus: The Gifted's first season lays a solid foundation for an involving superhero drama that powers past the origin-story doldrums by focusing on grounded, topical stories over mindless action and special effects.
Adjusted Score: 83594%
Critics Consensus: A questionable name and superficially familiar tropes mask SMILF's raw, tender core and surprisingly fresh perspective.
Adjusted Score: 75325%
Critics Consensus: American Horror Story: Cult intrigues with timely, over-the-top creepiness - and lots of clowns - despite being hampered by broad political generalizations and occasional holes in the narrative's logic.
Adjusted Score: 71624%
Critics Consensus: Enjoyable if not particularly original, The Babysitter makes the most of its familiar genre ingredients with energetic direction and a killer cast.
When Cole stays up past his bedtime, he discovers that his hot baby sitter belongs to a satanic cult that... [More]
Adjusted Score: 64463%
Critics Consensus: The Last Post is old fashioned to a fault and features too many anachronisms to claim historical authenticity, but the series does provide a pleasing dose of escapism.
Adjusted Score: 74552%
Critics Consensus: Gaga: Five Foot Two offers an absorbing glimpse of its superstar subject's backstage life, albeit one weakened by inconsistent focus and a dearth of performance footage.
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Adjusted Score: 75057%
Critics Consensus: Top of the Lake remains impressively idiosyncratic and ambitious in its second season, even if the plot of this six-episode arc isn't quite as tightly wound as its predecessor's.
Adjusted Score: 78059%
Critics Consensus: Young Sheldon's appealing cast and relatable themes bring a fresh -- and overall enjoyable -- perspective to its central character's familiar story.
Adjusted Score: 76126%
Critics Consensus: Curb Your Enthusiasm returns after a long layoff with a batch of episodes that continue to mine fresh - if not particularly groundbreaking - misanthropic laughs.
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