We’ve come to the end of another TV season, and the big news is the surprising specials and new series that dominate the top 5 of our Spring-Summer TV Scorecard. Click on to learn more about those cheeky upstarts as we rank new and returning series and films on TV or streaming that premiered from mid-March through August by Tomatometer.
Seasons and films must have at least 10 reviews to be included. Certified Fresh scores indicate that the title has gotten a Fresh rating by more than 20 reviewers for series and more than 40 reviewers for TV or streaming films; in each case, at least five reviews must be from “Top Reviewers” to be Certified Fresh.
The final ranking reflects an adjusted score calculated based on the number of reviews a series has; for example, if one title has 10 reviews and a 100% score, while another has 45 reviews and a 99% score, the second title ranks higher because of the larger pool of critics’ opinions used to form the score.
Final Update: Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert ; America to Me, season 1; Aggretsuko, season 1; John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City; Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife; Hannah Gadsby: Nanette; Making It, season 1; and Random Acts of Flyness, season 1; Insatiable, season 1; The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time; The Package; Deep State, season 1; Archer: Danger Island; Alone Together, season 1; Disenchantment, season 1; Ozark, season 2; Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, season 1; Snowfall, season 2; One Strange Rock, miniseries; Ghoul, season 1; Orange Is the New Black, season 6; The Innocents, season 1; Ordeal By Innocence, miniseries; Bobby Kennedy for President, season 1; Crime + Punishment; To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before; Insecure, season 3
(See the top performers in the final ranking of our Winter TV Scorecard, including Atlanta, Counterpart, The End of the F***ing World, The Good Place, and High Maintenance.)
Rotten Tomatoes’ spring TV and streaming scorecard final tally:
Adjusted Score: 14625%
Critics Consensus: Broad stereotypes, clumsy social commentary, and a failed attempt at "wokeness" make Insatiable hard to swallow.
Adjusted Score: 10654%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Susannah Cahalan, an up-and-coming journalist at the New York Post becomes plagued by voices in her head and seizures. As... [More]
Adjusted Score: 17307%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Fin has to go back in time to rejoin his shark battling friends to stop the first Sharknado and save... [More]
Adjusted Score: 17831%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Three zeros try to become heroes when gunmen take hostages at a star-studded party inside a fancy Los Angeles hotel.... [More]
Adjusted Score: 26572%
Critics Consensus: The Week Of suggests promise in further collaborations between Sandler and Robert Smigel, but its shopworn premise and listless execution aren't enough to recommend it.
Two fathers with opposing personalities come together to celebrate the wedding of their children. They are forced to spend the... [More]
Adjusted Score: 31305%
Critics Consensus: By deviating from its source material, 13 Reasons Why can better explore its tenderly crafted characters; unfortunately, in the process, it loses track of what made the show so gripping in the first place.
Adjusted Score: 28434%
Critics Consensus: With only a mildly interesting premise, Mind Games leaves viewers with few reasons to continue playing.
Adjusted Score: 28456%
Critics Consensus: The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter wastes a promising premise and talented cast on a frustratingly uneven comedy that lacks enough laughs to forgive its narrative flaws.
The great hunter Buck Ferguson and his trusted cameraman Don set out for an epic weekend adventure to reconnect with... [More]
Adjusted Score: 31515%
Critics Consensus: Extinction has a few intriguing ideas, but they -- and some game performances from its talented stars -- are lost in the movie's muddled plot and frustrating pacing.
A man's home life starts to suffer when he has recurring nightmares about a destructive and unknown force. He must... [More]
Adjusted Score: 34893%
Critics Consensus: Fahrenheit 451 fails to burn as brightly as its classic source material, opting for slickly mundane smoke-blowing over hard-hitting topical edge.
In a future society where books are banned and burned, a fireman begins to read in secret and discovers an... [More]
Adjusted Score: 30868%
Critics Consensus: Sweetbitter fails to live up to its well-received literary source material -- or stand out from the many big-city coming-of-age television series that came before it.
Adjusted Score: 38704%
Critics Consensus: Splitting Up Together tries to make light of divorce, but its commitment to genre tropes keeps it from being very fun or funny, despite the always charming Jenna Fischer's best efforts.
Adjusted Score: 37916%
Critics Consensus: Lacking enough depth to fulfill its evident ambitions or enough excitement to work as a sci-fi action thriller, Anon lives down to its title in the most glumly predictable ways.
In the near future, private memories are recorded and crime has almost ceased to exist. But in trying to solve... [More]
Adjusted Score: 40217%
Critics Consensus: By failing to establish the credibility of its lead, Alex, Inc loses sight an appealing premise and strands a likable Zach Braff in a sea of wasted potential.
Adjusted Score: 44462%
Critics Consensus: Stereotypes and ambiguity shadow the well-meaning intentions of American Woman, though the nostalgic period setting is cute.
Adjusted Score: 47388%
Critics Consensus: Like Father unites an alarmingly talented cast for a predictable rom-com that does nothing to counter the negative stereotypes surrounding the genre.
Left at the altar, a young executive takes her Caribbean honeymoon cruise with the last person she ever expected --... [More]
Adjusted Score: 42107%
Critics Consensus: The Package learns the hard way that a penis joke does not a movie make.
When four teenage friends go on a camping trip during spring break, an unfortunate accident sets off a race against... [More]
Adjusted Score: 50064%
Critics Consensus: Rellik gets in its own way thanks to its mostly frustrating narrative hook and unrelenting bleakness.
Adjusted Score: 60305%
Critics Consensus: Yellowstone proves too melodramatic to be taken seriously, diminishing the effects of the talented cast and beautiful backdrops.
Adjusted Score: 57866%
Critics Consensus: An impressive performance from Antonio Banderas rescues Genius: Picasso from condensed melodrama.
Adjusted Score: 61530%
Critics Consensus: Fleetingly funny and all too relevant, Who is America? proves Sacha Baron Cohen still has something to say -- though its nihilistic approach may not be the right way to say it.
Adjusted Score: 62408%
Critics Consensus: Krypton's eccentricity declines into silliness with a dull narrative that fails to fulfill a promising premise.
Adjusted Score: 46055%
Critics Consensus: UnREAL's narrative fizzles out in its surprise final season, but the clever antics, confidence, and high energy remain intact.
Adjusted Score: 49080%
Critics Consensus: Deep State is dense with terrific actors and slick action, but it's disappointingly shallow in dramatic depth as it fails to get to the bottom of its characters or offer much insight into the geopolitical arena.
Adjusted Score: 65224%
Critics Consensus: Though long-time fans may be frustrated by this slim diversion from Archer's main narrative, Danger Island gleefully colors outside the lines of 1930s serial tropes while incorporating many of the series' treasured jokes into a self-contained story.
Adjusted Score: 60624%
Critics Consensus: Though somewhat derivative and overstuffed, The Crossing offers up just enough decent twists to draw intrigue.
Adjusted Score: 64137%
Critics Consensus: Esther Povistky and Benji Alflalo's awkward charms and convincingly platonic chemistry work, though Alone Together's lack of urgency keeps its nihilistic tenderness from truly jelling.
Adjusted Score: 70040%
Critics Consensus: Come Sunday benefits greatly from Chiwetel Ejiofor's central performance, which is often enough to lift an otherwise uneven drama.
Internationally-renowned pastor Carlton Pearson risks his church, family and future when he questions church doctrine and finds himself branded a... [More]
Adjusted Score: 68311%
Critics Consensus: Disenchantment showcases enough of Matt Groening's trademark humor to satisfy fans -- although the show's overall familiarity and disappointing willingness to play it safe may not bode well for future seasons.
Adjusted Score: 58307%
Critics Consensus: Arrested Development finds itself back in familiar form, recapturing much of the cast's chemistry and comedic brilliance -- though it still doesn't quite live up to its own past.
Adjusted Score: 69032%
Critics Consensus: Troy: Fall of a City never tries to reinvent the bronze wheel but succeeds in engaging audiences with both royal and divine intrigue, making for a highly enjoyable romp in the lost kingdom.
Adjusted Score: 65381%
Critics Consensus: Fans will bask in the familiar glow from Station 19, though anyone who doesn't already indulge in the soapy delights of Shondaland may not feel the spark.
Adjusted Score: 73011%
Critics Consensus: Lost in Space's production values are ambitious enough to attract sci-fi adventure fans, while the story's large heart adds an emotional anchor to all the deep space derring-do.
Adjusted Score: 78737%
Critics Consensus: Engaging and entertaining -- if not particularly challenging -- Ozark's descent into darker waters is kept afloat by another superb turn from Laura Linney.
Adjusted Score: 74074%
Critics Consensus: Kodachrome gains richer hues due to Ed Harris' colorful performance, which is enough to enliven a solid if predictable father-son road trip drama.
Matt, a struggling executive, finds his world turned upside down when his estranged father's nurse shows up unexpectedly in his... [More]
Adjusted Score: 67398%
Critics Consensus: Ibiza settles into an amiable comedic groove enlivened by its talented stars, even if the end result is fittingly somewhat narratively hazy.
Harper, a single 30-something New Yorker, lets loose on a business trip to Barcelona, leading to a flirty encounter with... [More]
Adjusted Score: 72455%
Critics Consensus: Compelling and disturbing in occasionally unintended ways, The Rachel Divide uses one woman's infamy to examine modern American race relations.
Rachel Dolezal, the former leader of the NAACP's Spokane branch, becomes a national news story when she is exposed for... [More]
Adjusted Score: 71381%
Critics Consensus: A beautiful slow burn, Strange Angel shoots for the stars, but gets a little lost in its own orbit.
Adjusted Score: 74506%
Critics Consensus: Roseanne's return finds the show's classic format, original cast, and timely humor intact, even if the latest batch of episodes suffers from sporadically uneven execution.
Adjusted Score: 80905%
Critics Consensus: Though not as thematically rich as some of its geopolitical predecessors, Jack Ryan is a satisfying addition to the genre buoyed by exceptional action sequences and a likable cast.
Adjusted Score: 70740%
Critics Consensus: Roxanne Roxanne belatedly honors its subject with a gripping character-driven biopic that serves as a primer for a trailblazing career while telling an often tragic story.
The most feared battle emcee in the early 1980s in Queens, New York, was a fierce teenager from the Queensbridge... [More]
Adjusted Score: 71947%
Critics Consensus: Safe boasts a superb cast -- albeit with some questionable accents -- who carry its soapy, mystery-laden drama just well enough to offer an entertaining diversion.
Comic Michelle Wolf got her start in the industry on late-night television, writing and contributing to "Late Night With Seth... [More]
Adjusted Score: 81434%
Critics Consensus: Evil Genius makes up for a lack of conviction and nuance with an intriguing sense of discovery and plenty of entertaining insanity.
Adjusted Score: 77799%
Critics Consensus: Heavier themes lead to higher stakes, but Supergirl gives its eponymous heroine and her fellow supers plenty of room for growth, creating a well-balanced, engaging third season.
Adjusted Score: 82305%
Critics Consensus: Natalie Dormer charms in Picnic at Hanging Rock, a stylish retelling of an Australian classic -- though convoluted sub-plots at times distract from its otherwise tantalizing delights.
Adjusted Score: 80818%
Critics Consensus: One Strange Rock contains enough visually sumptuous imagery to remind viewers of Earth's cosmic uniqueness, although this Will Smith-narrated series falls a stone's throw short of being a definitive account on the blue planet.
Adjusted Score: 83682%
Critics Consensus: The Rain starts out slow, but develops into a thrilling addition to the dystopia television genre.
Adjusted Score: 79392%
Critics Consensus: The Child in Time skillfully resists melodrama, trusting the finer details of its story -- and the actors bringing them to life -- to land with a slow-building, devastating impact.
Stephen Lewis, a successful author of children's books, is confronted with the unthinkable when his only child disappears in a... [More]
Adjusted Score: 73787%
Critics Consensus: Requiem is as much a mysterious thriller with Lynchian elements as it is a compelling character study.
Adjusted Score: 83530%
Critics Consensus: Motherland pulls no punches, creating an honest and hilarious portrayal of parenthood buoyed by brilliant performances from its seasoned cast -- though for some viewers it may hit a little too close to home.
Adjusted Score: 84312%
Critics Consensus: Far more traditional and straightforward than its unwieldy title, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society offers delightful comfort food for fans of period drama.
In 1946 a London-based writer begins exchanging letters with residents on the island of Guernsey, which was German-occupied during WWII.... [More]
Adjusted Score: 81876%
Critics Consensus: Donald Sutherland delivers a powerful turn as the titular Getty in Trust, yet another telling of the affluent family's saga.
Adjusted Score: 88382%
Critics Consensus: Short, spooky, and surprisingly poignant, Ghoul's concentrated brand of horror is familiar, but effective.
Adjusted Score: 87412%
Critics Consensus: Condor never aspires to be a realistic depiction of spy games -- instead, it excels at evoking a uniquely 21st century brand of paranoia with its slick concept and propulsive pacing.
Adjusted Score: 75625%
Critics Consensus: The Split is an incisive exploration of gender politics, mined from terrific performances and tersely dramatic plotting.
Adjusted Score: 87169%
Critics Consensus: Brutality and humor continue to mesh effectively in a season of Orange Is the New Black that stands as a marked improvement from its predecessor, even if some arcs are more inspired than others.
Adjusted Score: 84301%
Critics Consensus: The well-acted Dietland delivers timely and engaging social commentary with enough humor and scathing wit to make up for an occasionally scattered narrative approach.
Adjusted Score: 89036%
Critics Consensus: In its second season, Marvel's Luke Cage delivers a satisfyingly complex narrative and a solid ensemble cast led by Alfre Woodard's standout performance as the archvillainess Black Mariah.
Adjusted Score: 85165%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Hardened by years in foster care, a teenage girl from Brooklyn's Brownsville neighborhood decides that joining the all-boys wrestling team... [More]
Adjusted Score: 83527%
Critics Consensus: Heidi Thomas' Little Women miniseries offers a charming, intimate, and decidedly loyal adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's original story.
Adjusted Score: 83759%
Critics Consensus: Despite uneven writing, The Last O.G. succeeds on the strength of Tracy Morgan's inspired performance and Tiffany Haddish's comic instincts.
Adjusted Score: 88488%
Critics Consensus: A sincere -- if a little simple -- supernatural love story, The Innocents' moody meandering leaves a satisfying first impression.
Based on the best-selling novels by Robert Galbraith (aka J.K. Rowling), Tom Burke ("The Musketeers") stars as private detective Cormoran... [More]
Adjusted Score: 90466%
Critics Consensus: Cargo takes a refreshingly character-driven approach to the zombie genre that's further distinguished by its Australian setting and Martin Freeman's terrific lead performance.
Stranded in rural Australia in the aftermath of a violent pandemic, an infected father desperately seeks a new home for... [More]
Adjusted Score: 81515%
Critics Consensus: Alex Strangelove offers a refreshingly insightful -- and fittingly adult -- take on teen sexuality enlivened by smart humor and a fearlessly progressive approach.
A high school senior plans on losing his virginity to his girlfriend. Things get complicated when he meets a handsome... [More]
Adjusted Score: 95233%
Critics Consensus: Peppering its pathos with acid wit, Succession is a divine comedy of absolute power and dysfunction -- brought to vivid life by a ferocious ensemble.
Adjusted Score: 90742%
Critics Consensus: Westworld builds on its experimental first season, diving deeper into the human side of AI without losing any of its stylish, bloody glory.
Adjusted Score: 85622%
Critics Consensus: Citizen Rose serves as a vehicle for #MeToo archivism through the bold reclaiming and rebuilding of one of the movement's complex characters -- Rose McGowan.
Adjusted Score: 87921%
Critics Consensus: Lodge 49 takes a surreal journey into the television dreamscape that can prove quite rewarding for viewers who stick with it.
Adjusted Score: 86690%
Critics Consensus: Delicately sketched but thematically rich, 6 Balloons rises on Abbi Jacobson's gripping performance -- and marks writer-director Marja-Lewis Ryan as a talent to watch.
Over the course of one night, a woman drives across Los Angeles with her brother, who is addicted to heroin,... [More]
Adjusted Score: 90275%
Critics Consensus: Five seasons in, Silicon Valley finds a new way to up the ante with tighter, less predictable plots, while still maintaining its clever brand of comedic commentary.
Adjusted Score: 94613%
Critics Consensus: Set It Up follows the long-established outlines of the rom-com template -- and in the process, proves there's still substantial pleasure to be wrought from familiar formulas.
Two overworked and underpaid assistants come up with a plan to get their bosses off their backs by setting them... [More]
Adjusted Score: 89057%
Critics Consensus: Hayley Atwell shines in Howards End, a beautiful, if borderline superficial, adaptation of a much-revered book.
Adjusted Score: 94524%
Critics Consensus: Patrick Melrose is a scathing indictment of British high society's inherited dysfunction, cruelty, and the wealth that enables them. The Crown this ain't.
Adjusted Score: 93112%
Critics Consensus: Gorgeous, grim, and unexpected, Sacred Games is saved from its procedural premise by its dense plotting and superb cast.
Adjusted Score: 88437%
Critics Consensus: Earnest and endearing, Queer Eye's tear-inducing reality wiles continue to challenge social norms -- and, in its best moments, the Fab Five themselves.
Adjusted Score: 93006%
Critics Consensus: Legion returns with a smart, strange second season that settles into a straighter narrative without sacrificing its unique sensibilities.
Adjusted Score: 81313%
Critics Consensus: As a quirky courtroom satire Trial & Error continues to delight, but its best motion may be allowing the singular Kristin Chenoweth to shine in all of her whimsically manic glory as the titular Lady, Killer.
Adjusted Score: 91868%
Critics Consensus: The Affair's captivating character study returns with fewer kinks than its previous outing, resulting in a more emotionally grounded season that regains much of the show's initial allure.
Adjusted Score: 95762%
Critics Consensus: A classic British period piece that takes its time, Ordeal by Innocence will satisfy Agatha Christie fans and novices alike.
Adjusted Score: 92388%
Critics Consensus: Cloak & Dagger blends soapy drama with superhero grit to create an exciting, surprisingly thoughtful addition to the genre -- even if it falls prey to a certain amount of narrative bloat.
Adjusted Score: 96289%
Critics Consensus: Beautifully shot but dishearteningly relevant, The Handmaid's Tale centers its sophomore season tightly around its compelling cast of characters, making room for broader social commentary through more intimate lenses.
Adjusted Score: 64332%
Critics Consensus: John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls serves as as a thoughtful living portrait that evades mawkish territory.
Adjusted Score: 94301%
Critics Consensus: Masterfully assembled by Judd Apatow, The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling is an affectionate tour through the life and philosophy of the comic icon.
Adjusted Score: 92056%
Critics Consensus: Preacher returns to its delightful debauchery, but with a steadier hand and better balance, elevating the drama without taking the edge off.
Adjusted Score: 97484%
Critics Consensus: The Staircase -- in its newly expanded form -- offers a gripping, detailed depiction of the complex justice system, even if the overall narrative lacks objectivity.
Adjusted Score: 98605%
Critics Consensus: A thriller wrapped in a prestige drama package, The Terror makes for gripping, atmospheric supernatural horror.
Adjusted Score: 101565%
Critics Consensus: A nearly unbearable slow burn, Sharp Objects maintains its grip with an unshakably grim atmosphere and an outstanding cast led by a superb Amy Adams.
Adjusted Score: 89107%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Anabel abandoned her daughter Chiara when the girl was barely 8 years old. Thirty-five years later, Chiara returns with a... [More]
Adjusted Score: 94275%
Critics Consensus: A hard fought coda to a beloved series, Sense8's epilogue exemplifies its strange, sensual, somewhat silly delights.
Passions run high as the Sensates and their closest allies fight to save the cluster and stop their enemies for... [More]
Adjusted Score: 95625%
Critics Consensus: Siren turns traditional lore on its tail with a unique, well-paced show that presents dangerous, violent mythical creatures in a surprisingly empathetic and exciting light.
Adjusted Score: 95706%
Critics Consensus: Bobby Kennedy for President crafts a poignant, nuanced view of a political process and a human being.
Adjusted Score: 93632%
Critics Consensus: Crime + Punishment shines a brilliant light on systemic corruption, building a case for change that's as upsetting as it is ultimately inspiring.
Amidst a landmark class-action lawsuit over illegal policing quotas, filmmakers use footage recorded over the course of four years to... [More]
Adjusted Score: 96456%
Critics Consensus: Elvis Presley: The Searcher delves into an American icon's early career with patience and skill, delivering a lengthy close-up look that should satisfy fans of all persuasions.
Adjusted Score: 95788%
Critics Consensus: Charming, realistic, and focused on underrepresented communities, On My Block is the respite from stylized teen dramas you didn't know you needed.
Adjusted Score: 96029%
Critics Consensus: Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind offers a poignant -- albeit tantalizingly incomplete -- peek behind the curtain of a brilliant performer's tragically curtailed life and career.
This intimate portrait examines one of the world's most inventive comedians. Told largely through Robin's own voice and using a... [More]
Adjusted Score: 101598%
Critics Consensus: Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw impress in A Very English Scandal, an equally absorbing and appalling look at British politics and society.
Adjusted Score: 99021%
Critics Consensus: To All the Boys I've Loved Before plays by the teen rom-com rules, but relatable characters and a thoroughly charming cast more than make up for a lack of surprises.
A teenage girl's love letters are exposed and wreak havoc on her life.... [More]
Adjusted Score: 101750%
Critics Consensus: Charged with energy, poise, and confidence, Pose pirouettes between artistic opulence and deliciously soapy drama to create a fresh new addition to Ryan Murphy's lexicon.
Adjusted Score: 103448%
Critics Consensus: Seductive and surprising, Killing Eves' twist on the spy vs. spy conceit rewards viewers with an audaciously entertaining show that finally makes good use of Sandra Oh's talents.
Adjusted Score: 93275%
Critics Consensus: Insecure returns for a third season as authentic and exuberant as the star who made it, but with an added layer of growth that keeps it moving forward.
Adjusted Score: 100737%
Critics Consensus: Wild Wild Country succeeds as an intriguing examination of a forgotten piece of American history that must be seen to be believed.
Adjusted Score: 102721%
Critics Consensus: The Tale handles its extraordinarily challenging subject matter with sensitivity, grace, and the power of some standout performances led by a remarkable Laura Dern.
Jennifer has it all, with a loving boyfriend and a great career as a journalist and professor. But when her... [More]
Adjusted Score: 103653%
Critics Consensus: PTSD and comedy make strangely endearing bedfellows in Barry, which proves more poignant than its sketch show premise.
Adjusted Score: 101007%
Critics Consensus: The Americans' powerful final season pumps up the volume on an already intense show, concluding the complex series arc with epic familial conflict... and a high body count.
Adjusted Score: 100928%
Critics Consensus: Well-crafted and compelling as ever, Better Call Saul's fourth season deftly balances the show it was and the one it will inevitably become.
Adjusted Score: 103986%
Critics Consensus: Fearlessly led by its excellent ensemble, GLOW's second season adds a new layer of drama without sacrificing its self-effacing, delightfully silly humor.
Adjusted Score: 64099%
Critics Consensus: Refreshingly frank and soberingly insightful, King in the Wild goes beyond the myth and finds the human being who inspired the world.
A portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. during the last years of his life, from his part in the Voting... [More]
Adjusted Score: 56787%
Adjusted Score: 100165%
Critics Consensus: John Mulaney incisively describes his own befuddlement with the modern world in this uproariously funny deconstruction of manners, relationships, and religion.
John Mulaney relays stories from his childhood and "SNL," eviscerates the value of college and laments getting older in this... [More]
Adjusted Score: 100055%
Critics Consensus: Humans gains new sociopolitical dimensions in its third season, mining deeper insight from its sci-fi premise without diluting the potency of its well-drawn characters.
Adjusted Score: 100224%
Critics Consensus: Ali Wong emerges a mother still perturbed in Hard Knock Wife, a hilariously honest hour of comedy that highlights the joys and oh boys of motherhood with fearless energy and just the right amount of squirmy detail.
Two years after the hit "Baby Cobra," Ali Wong is back with another baby bump -- and a torrent of... [More]
Adjusted Score: 100056%
Critics Consensus: After seven years of friendship, New Girl signs off with a thoughtful, funny final season that bids a proper adieu to its colorful cast of characters.
Adjusted Score: 100056%
Critics Consensus: Five years in, The 100 manages to top itself once again with an audacious, addicting season.
Adjusted Score: 100224%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Filmmaker Kirby Dick examines the the $400 billion medical device industry and the profit-driven mindset that rushes implanted devices into... [More]
Adjusted Score: 101028%
Critics Consensus: Uniquely bleak for a Sanrio property, Aggretsuko balances biting corporate satire with adorable characters and absurdist comedy to create a surprising, insightful addition to the world of animation.
Adjusted Score: 100457%
Critics Consensus: Mercury 13 offers yet another sobering example of how institutionalized sexism has thwarted countless dreams -- and held nations back from their full potential.
Women train and test for space flight in 1961, but their dreams are dashed when only men are selected to... [More]
Adjusted Score: 100508%
Critics Consensus: Bill Nye: The Science Guy is as edifying as it is entertaining, much like the scientist turned TV celebrity and political advocate himself.
Television personality Bill Nye attempts to restore science to its rightful place in a world that is hostile to evidence... [More]
Adjusted Score: 95678%
Critics Consensus: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt ends with a final season that's as topical as it is cheerily irreverent.
Adjusted Score: 101193%
Critics Consensus: Building on earlier potential and extending character arcs throughout a solidly crafted third season, The Expanse continues to impress -- and shows no signs of abating.
Adjusted Score: 101028%
Critics Consensus: Random Acts of Flyness' poignant political poetry plays in harmony with its frenetic absurdist humor to create a singular musical television experience.
Adjusted Score: 101274%
Critics Consensus: America to Me confronts hard questions through candid moments in a Chicago high school, crafting an exploration of race and class relations in America that is as insightful as it is inspiring.
Adjusted Score: 100785%
Critics Consensus: Making It puts a whimsical, refreshing new spin on reality TV -- one made even more fun by well-matched hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman.
Adjusted Score: 101758%
Critics Consensus: The Bold Type presents an aspirational yet refreshingly realistic portrait of young women's careers, friendships and love lives in a big city.
Adjusted Score: 100573%
Critics Consensus: Shaking up traditional religious and musical iconography, Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert is a sight to be heard, superbly infiltrating the classic source material with originality, rock legend star power, and soulful depth.
Adjusted Score: 98763%
Critics Consensus: In its second season, The Sinner establishes itself as an engrossing why-dunnit thriller series with staying power.
Adjusted Score: 101602%
Critics Consensus: Dear White People's endearing excellence returns, but with an added layer of emotional maturity that enhances the show's powerful, relevant meditations on race relations in America.
Adjusted Score: 102407%
Critics Consensus: Vida explores familiar familial ground from a fresh perspective to create an earnest and heartfelt take on identity and what it means to belong.
Adjusted Score: 102985%
Critics Consensus: Cobra Kai continues the Karate Kid franchise with a blend of pleasantly corny nostalgia and teen angst, elevated by a cast of well-written characters.
Adjusted Score: 101855%
Critics Consensus: Hannah Gadsby: Nanette brilliantly moves modern comedy into nakedly honest new territory, pivoting from dry humor to raw, powerful storytelling.
Australian comic Hannah Gadsby reshapes standard stand-up by pairing punchlines with personal revelations on gender, sexuality and childhood turmoil.... [More]