Kevin Can F**K Himself review: AMC's sitcom-wife satire puts style over substance
Annie Murphy stars as a desperately unhappy sitcom wife in AMC's 'Kevin Can F**K Himself,' but EW's critics aren't loving this marriage of multicam comedy and dark drama.
We Are Lady Parts review: A punk-rock Britcom with heart
Five Muslim women find friendship and freedom in Peacock's new comedy 'We Are Lady Parts.'
The Upshaws review: A fresh, funny family sitcom
Kim Fields, Mike Epps, and Wanda Sykes star in the new Netflix comedy about a modern Indiana family.
Hacks review: Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder kill as comedians at odds
The new HBO Max series from the Broad City producers is the rare show about the business of comedy that actually manages to be funny.
Pose season 3 review: Farewell to a werk of art
The groundbreaking FX drama struts into the sunset with a seven-episode season filled with hope, heartache, and glorious possibility.
Ed Helms comedy Rutherford Falls is an ambitious tale of two Americas: Review
The new Peacock comedy from Ed Helms, Sierra Teller Ornelas, and 'Parks and Recreation' co-creator Michael Schur centers on a small town reconciling its history with a Native nation.