Ongoing shows that haven't aired new episodes within 18 months of publication were excluded from eligibility. Honestly, it probably has no business being as good as it is this long into its run, but the Fox series continues to churn out truly weird, high-concept episodes like Season 10's "Pig Trouble in Little Tina," which partly takes place in a dream sequence happening inside Tina's (Dan Mintz) head, but also includes a storyline about earwax that looks like Moby Dick. Lush and full of magical realism, the coming-of-age series follows a boy, David (Akili McDowell), caught between two worlds: his magnet school, which David hopes will be a stepping stone to an elite prep school, and the housing projects, where he gets an entirely different kind of education. The characters are diverse, the hip-hop soundtrack is bangin', the action sequences are intense, the twists are epic, and the message is all about positivity and strength. –Sadie Gennis, How to watch: Apple TV+ Let's be honest, the first couple of episodes of Apple TV+'s monstrously expensive drama didn't instill much confidence in the show or, for that matter, what was to come from fledgling streaming service; The Morning Show seemed like an overdone and overwrought exercise in excess. –Megan Vick. Lakshmi's charismatic presence — formerly limited in her role as Top Chef's snappy host for the last 14 years — finally has a chance to shine, and throughout the docuseries she unfailingly draws out the richest understanding of cultural experiences within the American diaspora communities she visits. The epiphany came just in time, too, since they'll need one another to face the ramifications of that jaw-dropping twist at the end of the season. The third and final season is particularly bleak, with an entire episode devoted to the art (and necessity) of talking sh-- about your coworkers and another in which everyone in the office is concerned that a coworker is about to end his own life after being downtrodden at work. The concept of Casa Amor is single-handedly the greatest addition to the reality TV pantheon since the creation of talking head interviews, and it's a shame more American shows aren't as creative in their ploys to disrupt reality TV romances. Lil Dicky (née Dave Burd) particularly shines in the show's most cringeworthy moments, like when he gives a ridiculous PowerPoint pitch to a record label or has an encounter with a silicon sex toy that you'll never unsee. When it premiered in January, The Circle's novelty was in how contestants were forbidden from having face-to-face contact and could only communicate via group and direct messages. As TV fans and creators reconsider the role of the cop show in America's cultural landscape, it will be interesting to see how Brooklyn Nine-Nine adapts. Season 3 cemented the series as a masterwork that should not be doubted, so we can't wait to find out what else the kids (and their folks) get into when Stranger Things 4 comes along to reimagine some more time-honored tropes from your favorite '80s movies. –Semhar Debessai, How to watch: Hulu Four seasons in and This Is Us managed to gut-punch us in a way we haven't felt since its sensational first season. Little America is one of the rare television shows to take those words to heart and build itself around the ideas by retelling true stories of immigrants' experiences in America — like the Nigerian man who wanted to be a cowboy, or the Indian boy who entered the National Spelling Bee to ask Laura Bush to help his deported parents return to the U.S. –Kelly Connolly, How to watch: Hulu Now that It's Always Sunny has passed its 15th anniversary, it's official: Live-action comedy's closest equivalent to The Simpsons has actually been good longer than The Simpsons was good. Longtime fans already knew this. But obviously others do not see that, as the business continued to be profitable and thriving.This documentary not only explores the pyramid nature of the business, but explains how people fall for it. –Lindsay MacDonald, More on The Bold Type in our interview with the cast…, Fox's Prodigal Son is so much more than just another police procedural on broadcast TV; while the case-of-the-week element is consistently creative, the beating heart of the series is the Whitly family. From grief to love to finding your own voice, this show taps into the heart of the human experience with every note and will have you singing along in no time – even through your tears. The result is a gloriously sumptuous series showcasing a brilliant young woman who, despite being trapped by her family's small-town expectations and her own depression, manages to be larger than life. But Dave is at its best in "Hype Man," an episode that follows GaTa (played by Lil Dicky's real-life hype man Davionte "GaTa" Ganter) and his rocky career path in the music industry. If this were any other show, the way it cycles between laugh-out-loud comedy and complicated musings on what it means to be a person would give the audience whiplash, but Barry pulls it off with the kind of practiced ease that's left fans waiting eagerly to find out what the pitch-black comedy will do next. It's a simple story — a family has a ranch, and a lot of people are trying to take it from them — told effectively, thanks to performances from Kevin Costner, Kelly Reilly, and Luke Grimes, among others. From breast cancer to affirmative action to gender norms, Kat (Aisha Dee), Jane (Katie Stevens), and Sutton (Meghann Fahy) have had to dig into some pretty heavy material, and while they haven't always stuck the landing, they have started the conversation, and that's a necessary step toward making change happen. –Krutika Mallikarjuna, While The Handmaid's Tale still spends its fair share of time showing us all how brutal, corrupt, and just plain horrible the world can be, Season 3 made sure to highlight how honest and noble it can be, too, and how those moments of nobility can inspire acts of great courage and sacrifice. The Showtime comedy is an authentic look at both the LGBTQ+ experience — with particular attention to the transgender community — and the realities of mental illness. The series doesn't hold back and regularly handles deeply serious subject matter with an honest and light touch, and is elevated by Thomas' now signature sense of humor. –Allison Picurro, How to watch: Netflix What's the recipe for a perfect television show? The episode, which culminates in a fantastically un-dramatic conversation about his mental health with his friends, is worthy of serious praise. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? As a cool bonus, Couples Therapy spends a lot of time documenting therapist Dr. Orna Guralnik as she decompresses in her own pseudo-therapy sessions with her mentor, to show how much therapists care about and ruminate on their clients' issues. Netflix's foray into the genre featured Chance the Rapper, T.I., and Cardi B as judges and brought in an entire cavalcade of rap icons to guide the contestants throughout the series. A cynical yet consistently fun look at how absolute power corrupts absolutely, The Boys follows the journey of a group of average people — now vigilantes after their lives were destroyed by the "good guys" — and their quest to bring down one of the most toxic and and powerful institutions in America: a superhero team called the Seven and the billion-dollar megacorporation that runs them. Bring it on, Evil. The show started out with a simple enough premise: the burgeoning friendship of Jen (Applegate), a disconnected widow, and Judy (Cardellini), a compassionate woman who was secretly responsible for the accidental death of Jen's husband. Yet Corporate always shines a light at the end of its diatribes, with genuine, surprising friendships forming between unlikely coworkers, showing that beneath the company line and bitter emails, your boss is a human just like you. But it's the many unknowns — Kim, Nacho (Michael Mando), Lalo (Tony Dalton) — that drive our compulsion to watch. Is it Nandor (Kayvan Novak), the warrior from the Ottoman Empire who doesn't know how to use email? Parodying a much-criticized PSA from woke white celebrities, Dear White People did in that video what it's done for three seasons on Netflix: make complex and sometimes uncomfortable conversations about race and racism entertaining to watch. When Pose premiered in 2018, it was an unexpected hit that defied mainstream culture's insistence on overlooking queer and trans people of color; last year, Pose became culture-defining itself. The Crown shows the facade of the royal family crumble as tensions between members rise and occasionally boil over. –Megan Vick, More on The Umbrella Academy in our interview with the cast…, How to watch: HBO, HBO Max, Amazon (with HBO add-on), Hulu (with HBO add-on) Some viewers probably tuned into HBO's documentary series The Vow hoping for salacious details about NXIVM, the New York-based "self-help group" co-founded by Keith Raniere that was exposed as a cult that practiced sexual slavery, including a ceremony where the initials of Raniere, as well as high-ranking member and former Smallville actress Allison Mack, were branded onto some women's bodies. The two shows have never been closer than they were in Saul's penultimate season (Season 6 will be its last); the inherent danger of the criminal underworld and Jimmy's messy personal life intertwined in deadly ways as Jimmy began to slip into Saul's technicolor suits permanently and became the lapdog of powerful cartel bosses. But in Season 4, Insecure told the wrenching story of Issa and Molly's fraying friendship with a solemn voice. For four seasons, this cast has been delivering mesmerizing performances, particularly Rutina Wesley, Dawn-Lyen Gardner, Kofi Siriboe, and Tina Lifford as the core four in the fractured Louisiana-based Bordelon family. Each episode is uplifting and inspirational and will make you re-evaluate your self-care routine, personal image, and living space in a span of 50 minutes. But even as she races backward and forward through time to save her dad, she wonders whether any of it is real or whether she's experiencing symptoms of schizophrenia, which her grandmother had. Available on Netflix. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 11/12 **2** After her sister's (Charli D'Amelio) scandal for doing the exact same thing, you would think this barely old enough to drive A list social media star (Dixie D'Amelio) would stay far far away from anything remotely related to blackface.But, she didn't. Powered by career-best performances from both Elle Fanning as Catherine and Nicholas Hoult as her cruel but clueless husband, Emperor Peter, the cheeky comedy is a fascinating exploration of court theatrics and politics as seen through the eyes of a fiercely competent woman whose ideas and desire for progress are regularly stifled by ineffective leadership and insufferable idiots. David Makes Man is uniformly excellent throughout, full of complex, layered storytelling that humanizes people doing the best they can in less than ideal circumstances. If not, they're missing out; Season 2 of Youssef's dramedy expanded on the identity politics and exploration of faith that helped make its first go-around so good, and this time it has 100 percent more Mahershala Ali. Whether we were watching Kevin (Justin Hartley) finally figure out what he wants for his life, stressing out as Randall (Sterling K. Brown) became unglued, or sobbing as Rebecca (Mandy Moore) came to terms with losing her memory, This Is Us reminded us just how much we care about this family, even when they are at their most frustrating. Business and Professions Code - BPC Civil Code - CIV Code of Civil Procedure - CCP –Sadie Gennis, How to watch: Starz, Amazon (with Starz add-on), Hulu (with Starz add-on), American culture's entrenched scorn for sex work and Black women's bodies is part of what makes Starz's P-Valley so fresh and invigorating: The series amplifies the voices of Black strippers, people who've been derided and dismissed, and depicts them with compassion and nuance. There's no denying that getting closer to the Breaking Bad timeline is also helping Better Call Saul. Throughout it all, TV has served as a coping mechanism for many of us as we locked down in our homes, away from family or friends or coworkers. As she works to piece together what happened to her, the series shifts perspective, digging into her backstory, chronicling her descent as she struggles to cope after the assault, and showing her healing in a way that's nothing short of spellbinding. Is Masterclass worth it? The show has survived two cancellations already, and we're not totally convinced it won't make a third comeback down the line. A documentary exploring the life and career of notorious Republican dirty trickster and longtime Trump adviser, Roger Stone, who helped create the real estate mogul's political career. Post here about Adam Driver's: >film roles and characters >different looks >interviews >merch >insane people and conspiracy theories from r/adamdriverfans etc. The Walking Dead has become something like the Metallica of TV: not as big as it used to be, but can still pack arenas and bring the heavy stuff when it needs to. The Good Fight uses its setting in a majority Black law firm to scrutinize the intersection of race and power, calling out corporate feminism and liberals who abandon their principles to get ahead. On My Block always seems to fly under the radar, and it's well past time the masses clued in, because the show is like little else on TV. You'll recognize yourself and your own problems in these participants, and you might even learn how to manage them. There were several couples who truly charmed audiences with their sight-unseen connections, and it was impossible not to root for their continued adoration of each other when they finally got some face time. Season 2 introduced new storylines about escaping an abusive relationship, living with someone who struggles with addiction, navigating the aftermath of being sexually assaulted, breaking up with someone who's perfect on paper, and more relatable experiences that deepened the pathos without sacrificing the show's humor and whimsy. There are so many shows out there that are trying to cash in on nostalgia, but High School Musical: The Musical: The Series not only managed to capture the uplifting spirit of the original movie, but did so with a self-aware irreverence that appeals to the current mindset of the OG HSM fans. Season 12 alone delivered an electric new Master (Sacha Dhawan), the return of Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman), the second destruction of Gallifrey, and a clever new twist in the Doctor's backstory that forced the show to reckon with its homogeneous past even as Martin's history-making Doctor offered a new way forward. In fact, I wonder if LeVel pulled some strings in Chrisâ plea bargain â it would certainly be better for the MLM to not have details about its pernicious effect on this familyâs finances coming out in a court trial. Through lengthy interviews with former high-ranking members, audio recordings, and a surprising amount of footage taken at NXIVM events, viewers find out how seemingly rational individuals became dedicated followers of this cult, and recruited more members into its ranks. The legendary investor started out as an ambitious, numbers-obsessed boy from Nebraska and ended up becoming one of the richest and most respected men in the world. Like Mando, we would all gladly give our lives to ensure this little Force baby's safety, which is a big part of why the Disney+ show became so addictive so quickly. A musical version of the 1994 erotic thriller Disclosure? Thanks to smart and unconventional casting, what transpires in the first season is much more wholesome than some of the vindictive people we're used to seeing on Catfish. With eight addictive 22-minute episodes, Undone is a breathtaking visual feast that demands to be consumed in a single sitting. –Noelene Clark, It's impossible to pick a favorite character from What We Do in the Shadows, FX's vampire comedy that's adapted from a cult New Zealand mockumentary film. While David's mom Gloria (Alana Arenas) scrapes by financially (and emotionally) as she deals with her own wounds and addictions, David is buoyed and brought up through a patchwork of people, including his gifted class teacher Dr. Woods-Trap (Phylicia Rashad), his best friend, and sometimes competitor, Seren (Nathaniel Logan McIntyre), and his complicated father figure Sky (Isaiah Johnson). Their selfless love kept us invested all these years, and that's a testament to the chemistry between the show's charismatic leads: Ackles, Padalecki, Misha Collins, and later, Alexander Calvert. The monsters are familiar and yet completely new. The resulting ranking is a list that speaks to the unusual time we're living in. The third chapter of the Duffer Brothers' story was its goriest and most electrifying yet, putting to rest any potential fears that the series might become overly formulaic, hokey, or lean too hard on its '80s Easter egg appeal. –Krutika Mallikarjuna, How to watch: Hulu There are many reasons why Real Housewives of Potomac is low-key the best Housewives series right now, but the essence of the show's glory can be summed up in four simple words: bird on a leash. The oddball humor, the colorful cast of side characters, the musical scenes, the puns, the earnest moments of familial connection — they're all cogs in the ingenious machine that make Bob's Burgers such a consistently satisfying watch. In a year like 2020, that's something audiences desperately need. The MTV series' recent renaissance continued with the latest season, Total Madness, which introduced the twist that every competitor would have to go to Purgatory and win an elimination to qualify for that season's final. Netflix/Ryan Murphy/"Nurse Ratched" and "The Prom" 24. It's astonishing to look back at Season 1 now and realize Ramakrishnan truly was learning her craft on the fly. Was this review helpful to you? With exceptional direction from all-female directors and writing that sometimes feels like a punch to the heart, P-Valley shows us a never-before-seen world with unusual compassion and clarity. This FAQ is empty. As the show has gone on, churning out an impressive five seasons since 2018, it's been easy to fall even more in love with the Fab Five, and their influence is still strong. The show explores consent and trauma in an unorthodox, provocative way that's raw and gutting one minute, and playful and funny the next. –Aaron Segura, How to watch: Hulu Hulu's The Great is an occasionally true story that reimagines the rise of Russia's Catherine the Great as she evolves from innocent idealist to disillusioned empress to determined revolutionary. Instead of waiting until the series' end for Judy to reveal the truth to Jen, the show dropped the bomb in the first season, making room for Dead to Me to layer the story with even more costly complications in Season 2 that caused the women to question their own morals and further solidify their bonds. It's a kind of quiet revolution and a helluva party. The best thing about Rhythm + Flow, though, is how it gave us an actual look at what it takes to be a successful hip-hop artist and make it in the industry. –Amanda Bell. His award-winning gym, Fitness Quest 10 in San Diego, CA, is a Top-10 Gym in America and his 3 best-selling books, Get Your Mind Right, The WOW BOOK, and The IMPACT Body Plan, have both changed thousands of peopleâs lives. And over the past five seasons, the women of Potomac have consistently delivered iconic moments like this while still serving up captivating storylines with real drama, authentic heart, and a whole lot of shade. No one is wasted in the show, especially in the superb second season that fleshed out each character and proved that the silly series is more than just one joke. In Season 10, showrunner Angela Kang proved that the series' resurgence in Season 9 wasn't a fluke, and kept it engaging even as the number of long-term cast members steadily declined. Feel free to post AD memes as well! Yet Better Call Saul continues to be its own show, even with the same DNA as its older, more popular brother. The anthology dramedy isn't content to just show the struggle of those coming to America to find a better life; it reaches further by showing how they contribute to the country and positively affect those around them. What is perhaps most impressive about Vikings, though, is how the show killed off its main character, Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), in its fourth season and then expertly pivoted to focus on Ragnar's sons and their fight for power. The result is a nuanced understanding of race, immigration, colonization, and the myth of American dream, all told through the lens of food. As the metaphorical cherry on top, Moss and Bradley Whitford's absolutely stunning performances in Season 3 cemented The Handmaid's Tale as one of the most gripping shows of the year. –Sadie Gennis, How to watch: Netflix Dreamworks Animation has been pushing into the television space for years now, but with Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts, it has its first masterpiece for the modern era. (He definitely has, and it probably won't make a difference.) The second season not only offered a touching tribute to Nipsey Hussle but also tackled current, pressing issues like LGBTQ+ pride, mental health in the Black community, and police profiling. –Malcolm Venable. Fans fell in love with their tenacity, their strength, that hair, those insane plots, and most importantly, their unwavering bond as brothers who would literally die for each other without hesitation. –Allison Picurro, The latest season of Doctor Who ended with the show's first Black Doctor (Jo Martin) asking the show's first female Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), "Have you ever been limited by who you were before?" That's why this year's ranking of the 100 Best Shows on TV Right Now felt more of-the-moment than ever before. Nadja (Natasia Demetriou) and Laszlo (Matt Berry), the horny couple who are repeatedly put to the test by Nadja's undead lover and bicker like they've been married for centuries? Bring on colonial twerking, Wiz Khalifa as the sexiest rendition of Death we've ever seen, and messy queer love stories; Dickinson is a new kind of period piece. You'll cringe in familiar agony as you watch Nick (Nick Kroll) and Andrew (John Mulaney) experience growth spurts, first kisses, and spin-the-bottle disasters, and you'll probably wish you had a sex education class like the one showcased in Season 2's acclaimed Planned Parenthood episode. Guillermo (Harvey Guillen), the devoted human familiar who is also a descendent of the Van Helsings? Hairspray couldn't buy better promo. A documentary about the Enron corporation, its faulty and corrupt business practices, and how they led to its fall. Bitcoin is the most disruptive invention since the Internet, and now an ideological battle is underway between fringe utopists and mainstream capitalism. The writing is at its sharpest, the performances — especially from new cast member Shalita Grant as Dory's lawyer Cassidy, who runs away with every scene she's in — are top-notch, and despite this season being filmed over two years ago, it's somehow more relevant than ever. © 2021 TV GUIDE, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. Kelly Clarkson brings her easygoing charm and lovable sense of humor to her daytime talk show, using the series to shine a spotlight on inspiring stories of everyday people who serve as a reminder that even in dark times, there's still good in this world. –Liam Mathews, How to watch: Netflix Kim's Convenience, a CBC series about the trials and tribulations of a Korean-Canadian family as they maintain the family corner store (and their sanity), is one of the most wholesome entries on this list. Can we start one? –Kelly Connolly. That sturdy image of the beloved captain is flipped on its head in Star Trek: Picard as we're introduced to a very different Picard, one who's learning to live again after self-secluding following a disastrous rescue effort to save the Romulans from the supernova that destroyed their home planet. –Tim Surette. Suspenseful eliminations and candid conversations about issues like body positivity make The Circle an exciting and unexpectedly feel-good watch. Created by CBS's favorite boundary-pushers, Robert and Michelle King, the drama has the sheen of The X-Files with more exorcism: Skeptical psychologist Kristen Bouchard (Katja Herbers) teams up with priest-in-training David (Mike Colter) and contractor Ben (Aasif Mandvi) to investigate the supernatural on behalf of the Catholic Church. A touching saga of how the bonds between loving parents and children can be tested but never fully broken, Kim's Convenience is a raucous, joyful, must-binge comedy. 97% owned present serious research and verifiable evidence on our economic and financial system. –Tim Surette, Seven seasons in,Brooklyn Nine-Nine is still keeping it "toit." Title: Andrew Rannells brings heart to closeted opportunist Blair, Paul Scheer showcases his comedic gifts as the forever put-upon trader Keith, and Casey Wilson is glorious as spoiled, bitchy denim heiress Tiff Georgina. It's inspiring, action-packed, poignant, funny, and features some of the best world-building I've ever seen. Joe Goldberg's (Penn Badgley) eerie inner monologues remain a mainstay of YOU, but now he's not the only one we should be afraid of. From the minds of Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher sprang a never-before-seen coming-of-age story — one about an Indian-American teenager juggling the indignities of suburban high school, the crushing realities of being an overachieving f--- up, and the unyielding grief of losing her father too young. Thanks to the buddy comedy vibe whenever Geralt and Jaskier (Joey Batey) are saddled together, the almost case-of-the-week procedural elements as Geralt tracks down his next bounty, the engaging internal conflicts Yennefer struggles with but struggles even more to articulate, and the way Geralt wearily says "f---" whenever he finds himself dragged into other people's problems, there is so much to enjoy in The Witcher beyond monsters and magic. On further inspection, the series is a rare gift of real Asian American representation on TV and a funny depiction of the economic problems millennials face today (just watch the episode in which Nora tries to cash a check). The brainchild of former Fallon writers Bashir Salahuddin and Diallo Riddle, Sherman's Showcase blends high-concept comedy, music, and insights about the Black American experience to create a one-of-a-kind absurdist dreamscape. Though the show is highly enjoyable and educational, the impact it's having off-screen also makes it a paradigm shifter. On January 9th, the Ramseys defamation go-to-guy â Lin Wood â gave an interview admonishing the âfake newsâ media.Then two days after Woodâs âfake newsâ comments there was news of an â¦ So now that the show has been renewed for two more seasons, we can't wait to see if lightning will strike twice with a new cast of singles entering the scene. As newcomer Autumn (Elarica Johnson), single mom Miss Mississippi (Shannon Thornton), and head dancer Mercedes (Brandee Evans) bare their whole selves to us, we see mothers, daughters, businesspeople, dreamers, hustlers, and friends whose lives have been complicated by poverty, abuse, family drama, and more. What makes the show a particular treasure is that it's a hangout comedy, but instead of young people crammed in an apartment, Nora from Queens' hanger-outers are Nora, her dad (BD Wong), and her grandmother (Lori Tan Chinn), smashing the traditional family comedy to bits with generational lines blurred but still visible in hilarious ways. The claustrophobic new thriller, created by Tony Basgallop and executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan, is a mechanically precise and blissfully strange story about a family unraveling in the wake of a tragedy. 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