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TV Review

Ted Lasso doesn’t need surprise to be good in season 2

The charming sports comedy returns in fine form

Netflix’s Masters of the Universe erases the past to chart a new future

Loki’s first season is the best of Marvel without the baggage

Netflix’s new Resident Evil show brings zombies to the White House

Xgimi Horizon Pro 4K all-in-one projector review: more for less

Loki’s first two episodes are a blast

Netflix’s Sweet Tooth makes the end of the world a little cozier

HBO’s Pause with Sam Jay turns the stuffy late-night talk show into a party

Dota: Dragon’s Blood on Netflix fails to show what makes Dota 2 special

HBO’s QAnon documentary is a megaphone for extremists — and it’s unbelievably boring

Q: Into the Storm tries to crack a fake conspiracy by seeking a real one

In its third season, American Gods is the most fascinating disaster on TV

In HBO’s Industry, true equality comes from money

Evil makes sense of a messy world

It’s the rare show about the world getting worse that doesn’t feel hopeless

Netflix’s Haunting of Bly Manor is a puzzle box disguised as a ghost story

Netflix’s Emily In Paris is a fun getaway with your most stressful friend

Fargo spins a tale that sounds a little too familiar 

Utopia might be the most unlucky show of the year

Raised by Wolves is every kind of sci-fi movie in one big dreary show

The Boys season 2 wants to start a cult of personality

Netflix’s High Score proves we need a better history of video games

Lovecraft Country reclaims pulp fiction for the Black men and women it excluded

In Immigration Nation, the United States’ number one export is cruelty

Star Trek: Lower Decks hasn’t found its comedic edge yet

Brave New World has nothing to prove

Harley Quinn shows superheroes are better when you don’t take them so seriously

In Doom Patrol, you can save the world no matter how broken you are

Perry Mason doesn’t quite justify its lavish reboot

Space Force review: astonishingly bad show

Hulu’s Ramy takes cringe comedy to a dark and funny place

Stargirl doesn’t know what to do with its superhero nostalgia

The Snowpiercer TV show slows down a thrilling train ride

Netflix’s The Eddy is a can’t-miss trip to Paris — with one bad detour