The crime-solving trio of Martin, Short, and Gomez shine in a second, suspenseful season of "Only Murders in the Building."
Richard Thomas anchors an elegant, engaging production of Aaron Sorkin's "To Kill A Mockingbird" at the Kennedy Center.
The latest album from Perfume Genius is a difficult yet ultimately rewarding listen.
Hercules and Love Affair reunites with Anohni on "In Amber," a vivid and surprising new album.
Rufus Wainwright returns to once again pay tribute to one of his idols.
Maya Rudolph makes being mega-rich look fabulous as a benevolent but clueless billionaire trying to do good deeds on 'Loot.'
Round House closes out an adventurous season with the hilarious "Nollywood Dreams," a love letter to Nigeria and its culture.
Pixar reinvents Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear with a straight-shooting, queer-friendly animated adventure.
Cooper Raiff's 'Cha Cha Real Smooth' finds him once again playing a guy who is just far too nice for his own good.
Todrick Hall's 'Algorhythm' ultimately suffers from a lack of focus, despite the raw talent propelling it.
Terence Davies' handsomely produced but stilted 'Benediction' traces the tempestuous origins of a bitter old queen.
Wild, messy, and audacious, Rob Savage's 'DASHCAM' is relentless in its tastelessness and gore.
Reflecting on the eternal and the ephemeral, Our Town hits every note in Thornton Wilder's classic symphony of Americana.
A pair of assault survivors plot revenge in Paola Lázaro's electrifying, blisteringly funny 'There's Always the Hudson.'
Fresh out of isolation, Florence and the Machine makes a glorious and cinematic return with a dynamic new album.