2019 in Review: The Scenes We Desperately Wish We Could Unsee

Thought the tongue-freezing scene in A Christmas Story was the most harrowing visual you’d encounter this holiday season? Boy, do we have a bunch of photos to show you! Because we at TVLine are givers, we’ve collected extremely disgusting moments from 20 of your favorite shows. Our gross-out criteria was high: The scenes we selected had […]

2019 in Review: The 25 Character Deaths That Just About Killed Us

Here’s the thing: We understand that TV characters aren’t real people, but it still hurts when our favorites suddenly die on us, making the past calendar year especially rough for Team TVLine. Sure, there were a few deaths we saw coming — like Riverdale‘s Fred Andrews, who received an emotional sendoff several months after his […]

2019 in Review: The 10 Best Dramas

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… to make lists about our favorite television! Now that December is upon us, we’re kicking off TVLine’s Year in Review, which honors the best, worst and weirdest of 2019 TV. First up? The year’s best drama series. The past 12 months were an embarrassment of riches for […]

Mandalorian Review: Disney+ Series Shoots First, Raises Questions Later

RELATED STORIES The face of Disney+ is hidden inside a helmet — and the degree to which you can accept The Mandalorian‘s thus-limited expressiveness may dictate your enjoyment of TV’s first live-action Star Wars series. Having made its debut on Tuesday morning (provided you were able to get the brand-new streaming service up and running) […]

The Morning Show Review: Apple’s Big Swing Is Preachy, Jumbled Sorkin Lite

Apple certainly brought out the big guns for its first major TV offering, with Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell all starring in the daytime TV-set drama The Morning Show, debuting this Friday, Nov. 1 along with the Apple TV+ streaming service. (I’ve seen the first three episodes.) How could any show starring those […]

Living With Yourself Review: Paul Rudd Doubles the Fun of an Oddball Comedy

If adding Paul Rudd to any film or TV project makes that project better — and I think we can all agree it does — Netflix doubles down on that notion with its new series Living With Yourself, debuting next Friday, Oct. 18 on the streamer. (I’ve seen all eight episodes.) The immensely likable Rudd […]

Peaky Blinders season 5, episode 1 review: The BBC drama that keeps getting better

By this point, it seems a bit reductive to say Peaky Blinders is a good series because, well, a BAFTA award for Best Drama does tend to speak for itself. But as season four came to an end there was a slight niggling worry over where the plot could go next that didn’t feel either out […]

BH90210 Review: Fox’s Needlessly Complicated Reboot Squanders a Golden Opportunity

RELATED STORIES BH90210 is easily the weirdest show to air on Fox since The Masked Singer, and it’s merely a coincidence that both happen to heavily feature Tori Spelling. Don’t get us wrong, we’re thrilled that the entire original Beverly Hills, 90210 cast agreed to do a new show together. We’re just not sure why […]

What We Do in the Shadows Review: FX's Majestically Silly Vampire Comedy Might Be the Year's Funniest New Show

Early on in FX’s terrific new comedy What We Do in the Shadows, we overhear what sounds like a typical argument between roommates about leaving food out too long. Only these roommates are also vampires, and instead of a jug of milk left out on the counter, they’re fighting about a human half-drained of his […]

Come From Away REVIEW: This show is a foot-stomping, heart-warming TRIUMPH

It is a life and love-affirming tale of human nature triumphing over man-made horror. 38 civilian and four military planes were forced to land at the small town of Gander, Newfoundland, after all domestic flights were grounded across the US following the attacks. Gander used to be a major stop-over airport for transatlantic flights to […]