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Thursday, April 18th, 2024  


Apple TV+, April 5, 2024

Apr 05, 2024 TV Web Exclusive

Colin Farrell joins the pantheon of time honored gumshoes with Sugar, which premieres with two episodes on this new series. The leading man’s eponymous John Sugar is a private investigator with quips hard boiled enough to satisfy the cravings of any noir diehard.



AMC/AMC+, March 31, 2024

Mar 30, 2024 TV Web Exclusive

On Parish, Esposito is in the literal driver’s seat. His titular character, Gracián “Gray” Parish tries to maintain his ordinary, family man life after long abandoning his shadowy past as a mob getaway driver. But Gray’s ability to handle Formula 1 worthy hairpin turns is needed for one last job. Sadly, the series can’t outrun such clichés any more than Gray can escape his mob origins.


Palm Royale

Apple TV+, March 20, 2024

Mar 20, 2024 TV Web Exclusive

This 10-episode comedy pivots around a Barbie-esque Maxine Simmons (Kristen Wiig), a Tennessee beauty queen married to a clueless but happy pilot, Douglas (Josh Lucas), with a good family name, of which Maxine plans to make the utmost use. She is desperate to join the Palm Royale country club and become a member of the city’s exclusionist and unfriendly high society—no matter what the cost.


The Girls on the Bus

Max, March 14, 2024

Mar 12, 2024 TV Web Exclusive

The timely The Girls on the Bus is a political drama focused on four women, of different generations, covering the race for the White House on the campaign trail for the Democratic National Convention from varying perspectives for dramatically divergent outlets. The 10-episode series is based on co-creator and writer Amy Chozick’s 2018 memoir about her experience reporting on Hillary Clinton’s campaign for presidency, Chasing Hillary.


The New Look

Apple TV+, February 14, 2024

Feb 14, 2024 TV Web Exclusive

World War II provides such great story fodder. The New Look, however, is a different take on this era, focused on legendary French fashion designers, Coco Chanel and Christian Dior and their very different paths during this time.


Feb 08, 2024 TV Web Exclusive

This season of the uneven but unique and compelling Far East crime saga starts off stronger than the series’ first season. If the once weaker characters and cast members continue to show promise, and if the main arc is supplemented with more case-of-the-week subplots like the riveting biker gang reportage, Tokyo Vice will become as well-rounded and formidable as the Japanese actors whose talent kept the last season afloat.


Mr. and Mrs. Smith (Season One)

Amazon Prime Video, February 1, 2024

Feb 02, 2024 TV Web Exclusive

This remake of the 2005 hit spy film boasts blazing guns, car chases, and stars Maya Erskine and Donald Glover wielding machetes on a mission strewn with both gore and gallows humor.


FEUD: Capote vs The Swans

FX/Hulu, January 31, 2024

Feb 01, 2024 TV Web Exclusive

The original “real housewives” are unveiled in Ryan Murphy’s FEUD: Capote vs The Swans. FEUD pivots around Capote’s self-serving and manipulative nature, which he unleashes on the sophisticated and smartly turned out “Swans” with his gossipy stories then turns his poison pen on them.


Dark Winds (Season Two)

AMC/AMC+, July 27, 2023

Nov 22, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

The AMC drama about 1970s Navajo tribal police officers at an isolated New Mexico reservation begins this season with stony-faced, flinty-eyed protagonist Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn and Sergeant Bernadette Manuelito, who is as gravely serious as her boss in the midst of closing in on a formidable new suspect.