In a third season loaded with heavy-hitting guest stars, "Only Murders in the Building" still sings thanks to its lead trio.
Hats off to the sparkling ensemble of a '1776' revival that pinpoints the foresight and blind spots of the Founding Fathers.
Amazon's quippy comedy "The Lake" continues to queer the Great White North with its cast of quirky Canucks in cottage country.
Hulu's surprise hit about a family-owned Chicago restaurant returns with another reason to say "Yes, chef!"
The Britney Spears musical with roots in fairy tales and female empowerment finally finds its way to Broadway.
Netflix's latest series starring Miss Benny and Kim Cattrall proves that not everything looks good caked in make-up.
Kim Petras' third album, "Feed the Beast," waters down the artist's edgy weirdness to its own detriment.
Ethan Miller aces his role as a Russian tennis pro in 1st Stage's hit-or-miss on-court drama "The Last Match"
The international drag queen singing competition "Queen of the Universe" digs its 6-inch heels into a second season.
A new Broadway thriller forces its characters to face transgressions, fears, and regrets from days gone by.
Playwright-turned-filmmaker Celine Song spins a poignant episode from her own life into the summer's sweetest movie romance.
The late August Wilson's "Radio Golf" closed out his celebrated Century Cycle with a stark, urgent drama set in 1997.
An interracial, inter-faith couple seeks common ground in Theater J's heated two-hander, "One Jewish Boy."
Dave Harris' funny, fast-paced "Incendiary" ventures unflinchingly into disturbing corners of crime and punishment.
The cast of Mosaic's "One in Two" nail the charm and extraordinary challenge of Donja R. Love's HIV-themed dramedy.