'Blood Origin,' a spin-off of Netflix's fantasy franchise 'The Witcher,' falls flat in more ways than one.
From an abundance of vampires to an underfunded elementary school, here's what made TV shine bright throughout the year.
"Sort Of," the HBO Max comedy from Bilal Baig, returns for a second season with all its messy drama intact.
Jenna Ortega shines as the dreadfully delightful Wednesday Addams in Netflix's uneven monster mystery.
In its fourth season, HBO Max's DC superhero show finally thrives in a genre currently dominated by Marvel.
Rising well above the norm, The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself is one of Netflix's best queer-adjacent young adult shows.
In its 11th -- and very gay -- season, "American Horror Story" tries to break its own mold, with mixed results.
In its first All-Stars edition, "Titans," The Boulet Brothers unearth the best drag monsters for another shot at glory.
The Chilean documentary 'Soy Niño' feels like more of an art piece than a story of a trans boy becoming an adult.
'Blessed Boys,' from Italian director Silvia Brunelli, is tells a memorable story that combines romance and religion.
'Waking Up Dead' goes all over the place, all the time, and refuses to pick a spot to land, feeling rushed and incoherent.
A Norwegian documentary about four 12-to-13 year-old LGBTQ teens going through the highs and lows of being openly queer in school.