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Money Heist: Korea serves up a promising, lively crossover

Part 1 offers more questions than answers

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Obi-Wan Kenobi is entirely predictable — but that doesn’t make it any less fun

You may know where the story is headed, but the journey is still worth it

Dead End: Paranormal Park’s one of those fantastic queer cartoons you’re always hearing about

Players tries to skewer esports with an awkward mix of humor and drama

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The Umbrella Academy’s excellent third season is an apocalyptic transition of power

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Ms. Marvel feels like the future of the MCU

Ms. Marvel’s future is already looking bright

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Apple TV’s Shining Girls is a genre-bending crime thriller

Chicago isn’t a dreamland for Kirby

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Obi-Wan Kenobi’s early episodes lean on the best of classic Star Wars

A beloved hero, ferocious villains, and lots of world-building

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Stranger Things 4 cranks everything up way past eleven

Stranger Things 4 rolls the dice on demons and satanic panic

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Apple TV’s Prehistoric Planet looks so good it feels like a real nature documentary

Finally, some feathered dinos are ready for their close-up

Halo’s first season is a Flood of bold bets and tangled plot points

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The new season of Love, Death and Robots doesn’t miss

Night Sky is a warm, comforting sci-fi with too much filler

Black Mirror’s coming back for a sixth series

Apple TV Plus’ The Essex Serpent is a slow, tense drama with lots of great sweaters

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Amazon’s Outer Range brings the weird fiction mindset to Westerns

A show about cowboys, small town drama, and one big hole

Moon Knight ends strong by getting straight to the action

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Russian Doll levels up in season 2 by catching a new existential train of thought

The ‘M’ in MTA stands for ‘metaphysical’

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Severance’s first season is a wonderfully tense workplace horror story

Mysteries abound

Moon Knight marks the return of Marvel’s resurrection machine

Marvel’s Moon Knight waxes formulaic

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Apple TV’s Pachinko is an enthralling historical epic

The Halo show unmasks Master Chief to reveal yet another generic chosen one

Paramount Plus’ Halo show neither shocks nor awes

WeCrashed is the podcast-to-TV-show pipeline’s weirdest one yet

Super Pumped is a bumpy Uber ride that gets lost on its way to being interesting

The Fight For Uber is Super Pumped’s first chapter

The Dropout on Hulu makes an unconvincing case for Elizabeth Holmes’ humanity

Apple TV’s Severance turns office life into purgatory

The Cuphead Show is half-full of lukewarm nostalgia plays

WarnerMedia and Discovery get US government approval to create their new media giant

Bel-Air trades in The Fresh Prince’s Black joy for overwrought prestige

TCL 6-Series Google TV review: a great Mini LED TV at a good price

After a rocky beginning, TCL’s flagship Google TV is a winner

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Netflix’s All of Us Are Dead takes zombie shows to new places

The Book of Boba Fett’s first chapter has a lot of blank pages

‘Stranger in a Strange Land’ kicks off a new era for the iconic armored bounty hunter