Darren Franich
Darren Franich

Darren Franich

Darren is a TV Critic. Follow him on Twitter @DarrenFranich for opinions and recommendations.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: Shotgun Wedding, Infinity Pool, You People, Shrinking, and Poker Face.
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Natasha Lyonne stars in the sensational mystery from Rian Johnson.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: Missing, American Auto, Accused, and When You Finish Saving the World.
That monologue! "Bill Niii-eee"! People yelling at the poor piano player! A catalogue of the Globes' highs and lows.
Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey fight fungus the hard way in HBO's new series.
See who we think will take home trophies at the 80th Golden Globe Awards.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: M3GAN, Alert, The Pale Blue Eye, and Velma.
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Mindy Kaling's HBO Max reboot makes Harley Quinn look... well, much better than Velma.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio, Corsage, Living, Women Talking, and I Hate Suzie Too.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: M3GAN, Alert, The Pale Blue Eye, and Velma.
Mindy Kaling's HBO Max reboot makes Harley Quinn look... well, much better than Velma.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio, Corsage, Living, Women Talking, and I Hate Suzie Too.
See where all 13 films fall on the franchise list.
The timeless television shows EW likes in both original and new & improved flavors.
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'Man of Steel 2' was just one broken promise in a decade of Kryptonian controversy.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: The Whale, Kindred, Empire of Light, and Adult Swim Yule Log.
The six-part Netflix documentary from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has viewers (including our critics) divided.
HBO's Sicilian vacation ends with genuine shocks, and even the happy endings leave a nasty aftertaste.
The host exits in a sweet, somewhat awkward finale. There is no obvious plan for what's next.
Michelle and Robert King's Paramount+ shows deserve all the love this winter awards season.
The year's top TV featured spectacular debuts (The Bear, Severance), fantastic farewell seasons (Better Call Saul, The Good Fight), and more than a few surprises.
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All four parts of the tetralogy.
The 2002 spectacle’s ridiculous charms will make a comeback sooner than you think.
Donald Glover’s series couldn’t rediscover its old magic, even if it stayed pretty funny (and pretty) till the end.
AMC's undead romance throws a party and sets an intriguing course for its future.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Tulsa King, The Fabelmans and The English.
Stallone is a goodfella gone west in a silly drama that could turn into a low-key comedy.
Audra McDonald and Christine Baranski wind down their delightfully demented legal thriller, and chaos reigns.