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‘Legacy: The True Story of the L.A. Lakers’ Review: Antoine Fuqua’s Hulu Docuseries Suffers From Déja Vu

The 10-part show chronicles the rise of the Los Angeles Lakers under the Buss family, just like 'Winning Time' and 'They Call Me Magic' before it.

‘This Fool’ Review: Hulu’s Endearing South L.A.-Set Odd Couple Comedy

The half-hour comedy centers on Luis (co-creator Chris Estrada), whose job at a gang rehabilitation center meets its biggest challenge yet when his older cousin, Luis (Frankie Quiñones), is released from prison.

‘Children of the Underground’ Review: FX’s Faye Yager Docuseries Is Plagued by Missed Opportunities

Director Gabriela Cowperthwaite explores the life of Faye Yager, hailed by some as a hero and wanted by others as a criminal for her actions on behalf of mothers and sexually abused children in the '80s and '90s.

‘A League of Their Own’ Review: Abbi Jacobson’s Amazon Reboot Eventually Hits Its Stride

Jacobson co-creates and stars alongside Chanté Adams and D'Arcy Carden in a reboot of the 1992 film about the Rockford Peaches, an all-female pro baseball team launched during the height of World War II.

‘Five Days at Memorial’ Review: Apple TV+’s Hurricane Katrina Series Builds Powerfully, Bungles Landing

John Ridley and Carlton Cuse are the creative forces behind the eight-episode limited series focused on a New Orleans hospital and the tragedies of Hurricane Katrina.

‘The Sandman’ Review: Netflix’s Neil Gaiman Adaptation Plays It Too Safe

Neil Gaiman's classic comic book series gets adapted into a drama series starring Tom Sturridge as the King of Dreams, who finds himself imprisoned in the human world for a century.

‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ Review: Mike Judge’s Teen Trolls Return for a Giggle-Worthy Paramount+ Series

The TV-loving juvenile delinquents are back on the small screen for the first time since 'Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe' in June with their new regular series.

Critic’s Notebook: Is Late Night on the Verge of a Diversity Downgrade?

With 'Desus & Mero' and Samantha Bee canceled — and James Corden’s slot up for grabs — late night is at a crucial representational crossroads, THR's chief TV critic writes.

‘Reservation Dogs’ Review: Season 2 of Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi’s FX/Hulu Comedy Is a Triumph

The Oklahoma-set Indigenous comedy returns with new episodes that are full of heart, laughter, occasional tears and distinctive coming-of-age misadventures.

‘Paper Girls’ Review: Amazon Series Never Finds Its Sci-Fi Groove but Excels at Preteen Dynamics

Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang's Image Comics series is adapted for the streamer with a blend of time travel, youthful adventure and nostalgia that's sure to spark comparisons to 'Stranger Things.'

‘Surface’ Review: Gugu Mbatha-Raw Outshines the Bland Drama in Apple TV+’s Uninvolving Thriller Series

Reese Witherspoon produced this eight-hour drama featuring Gugu Mbatha-Raw as a woman with amnesia and a growing suspicion that her past isn't what people are claiming.

‘The Resort’ Review: Peacock Comedy-Thriller Series Is Strong on Vibes, Weak on Story

The comedy thriller stars Cristin Milioti and William Jackson Harper as a couple on vacation who try to crack the case of two tourists (Skyler Gisondo and Nina Bloomgarden) who disappeared 15 years earlier.