With an abundance of confidence and heart, ABC’s latest comedy is its most promising new offering in years.
Succession saves the best for last, delivering a season finale for the ages.
Succession hits another creative high as Kendall hits new lows in season three’s penultimate episode.
La Brea ends its first season of Time Gashes and Paradox Tummyaches with an absolute dud of a finale.
A bunch of assholes attend an asshole birthday party, in another satisfying study of What’s Wrong With the Roy Children.
La Brea brings the pain(fully undercooked drama) to its penultimate freshman hour.
Logan Roy holds court to select a President as Succession continues its impressive third-season run.
La Brea goes for broke with an goofy reveal in an otherwise unremarkable hour.
The relentless pursuit of tension in “Retired Janitors of Idaho” drives a memorable episode.
An underwhelming episode of mommy issues and bad green screen leaves La Brea floundering as it heads into a key stretch of episodes.