Adjusted Score: 98195%
Critics Consensus: Narcos continues to evolve in its third season, drawing on historical details to take viewers on a thoroughly gripping -- and unsettlingly timely -- journey into darkness.
Adjusted Score: 98328%
Critics Consensus: BoJack Horseman's fourth season finds the show continuing to fearlessly traverse the emotional gamut - with results that are heartbreaking as often as they are hilarious.
Adjusted Score: 101850%
Critics Consensus: Mindhunter distinguishes itself in a crowded genre with ambitiously cinematic visuals and a meticulous attention to character development.
Adjusted Score: 100259%
Critics Consensus: American Vandal pays satirical dividends while also working as a genuinely absorbing mystery that offers thought-provoking commentary on modern entertainment.
Adjusted Score: 98259%
Critics Consensus: The Vietnam War revisits a dark chapter in American history with patience, grace, and a refreshing -- and sobering -- perspective informed by those who fought.
Adjusted Score: 107773%
Critics Consensus: Mudbound offers a well-acted, finely detailed snapshot of American history whose scenes of rural class struggle resonate far beyond their period setting.
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Adjusted Score: 103454%
Critics Consensus: Biting social commentary and Sarah Gadon's hypnotic performance make Alias Grace a worthy addition to the Margaret Atwood adaptation catalog.
Adjusted Score: 100044%
Critics Consensus: Offering a detailed and highly entertaining oral history of the failed Dana Carvey Show, Too Funny to Fail is too funny to be missed.
Adjusted Score: 73157%
Critics Consensus: black-ish continues to push boundaries, but with a much more celebratory tone that seeks to educate as readily as it entertains.
Adjusted Score: 100330%
Critics Consensus: Intriguing, intelligent, and dripping with searing social satire, Back proves a welcome return for collaborators David Mitchell and Robert Webb.
Adjusted Score: 73151%
Critics Consensus: Danny McBride and Walton Goggins return to settle unfinished business in a Vice Principals season two that is both obscenely funny and more satisfying than its predecessor.
Adjusted Score: 73423%
Critics Consensus: The Mindy Project's sixth season takes us on another fun, messy, and ultimately optimistic journey as Mindy searches for her idea of happiness.
Adjusted Score: 73151%
Critics Consensus: The Exorcist continues to haunt in a more confident second season, with an assured storyline and mastery over its demonic flourishes.
Adjusted Score: 93042%
Critics Consensus: Nathan For You is an extraordinary program that effectively blurs the lines between television and reality.
Adjusted Score: 52669%
Critics Consensus: DC's Legends of Tomorrow lightens up the tone in its third season while spotlighting adventurous plots and a distinct sense of humor.
Adjusted Score: 99760%
Critics Consensus: Tig Notaro balances personal and political storytelling with tenderness and warmth in One Mississippi's even stronger -- yet darker -- second season.
Adjusted Score: 100463%
Critics Consensus: Jane the Virgin's excellent ensemble explores new narrative territory with humor, humanity and a whole lot of heart.
Adjusted Score: 99688%
Critics Consensus: Beloved weirdo Amy Seders joyously satirizes domesticity TV with laugh-out-loud surrealism and dark observations rendered in technicolor.
Adjusted Score: 99760%
Critics Consensus: You're the Worst remains smartly idiosyncratic in its fourth season, deftly balancing its dramatic elements against some of the sharpest laughs on television.
Adjusted Score: 80264%
Critics Consensus: After an unsteady turn in season three, The Flash returns to its roots with a fourth season packed with humor, spectacle, and a whole lot of heart.
Adjusted Score: 100130%
Critics Consensus: Poldark's third season proves a bracing return to form, with an effective emphasis on the soapy intrigue that makes this period drama such an addictive treat.
Adjusted Score: 100064%
Critics Consensus: Lady Dynamite's meta humor escalates in a sophomore season that doubles down on the series' freewheeling sensibility, with Maria Bamford's deeply felt performance providing a mesmerizing center amid the stylistic chaos.
Adjusted Score: 96529%
Critics Consensus: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's brave third season doubles down on the crazy, with a compassionate, compelling exploration of mental illness that is as honest as it is hilarious.
Adjusted Score: 89862%
Critics Consensus: Peaky Blinders' confident fourth season doubles down on the violent delights without losing the meticulous detailing that made the show so appealing in the first place.
Adjusted Score: 100466%
Critics Consensus: Pizza and weird are always in season for Abbi and Ilana in their fourth, wintery year of Broad City's weed-infused escapades.
Adjusted Score: 100596%
Critics Consensus: Big Mouth's simplistic animation and scatalogical humor belie its finely sketched characters and smart, empathetic approach to the messiness of adolescence.
Adjusted Score: 102924%
Critics Consensus: By voluntarily blowing up its premise, The Good Place sets up a second season that proves even funnier than its first.
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