Ozark concludes with a brilliant, ambitious, and thoroughly fascinating final season that cements it as a modern classic.
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The Adam Project is exciting, funny, and ultimately very touching. It's also entirely self-contained, which makes it kind of a rarity of its own.
Dull, misguided, cynical, and mean. Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a pale imitation of an iconic horror masterpiece.
Space Force returns with a tighter, but less focused, but delightful and funny second season that struggles to find a unified tone.
Disenchantment still can't figure out what it wants to be, and the conflicting tone is starting to hurt the fledgling series.
Ozark nears its end in a thoroughly compelling and nail biting first half of its final season. If it sticks the landing, it's a masterpiece.
The Witcher returns with a brilliant second season that exceeds all expectations. This is a riveting fantasy epic in the making.
Masters of the Universe: Revelation's concludes its first season with an epic showdown that it at once majestic and deeply humane.
Cowboy Bebop wastes a brilliant cast and impeccable production value on an aimless script and inert directing.