My review of a movie (streaming on Netflix) about a giant deception British spies used during World War II to fool the Nazis, involving a corpse that washed ashore with some phony documents.
I have a few observations after watching the HBO documentary about the legendary comedian, including a story about the only time he guested on my radio show.
My thoughts on James Corden’s announcement last night that he’ll leave the host chair on CBS’ “The Late Late Show” next year.
Some thoughts on Natasha Lyonne’s Netflix series, “Russian Doll,” whose second season reminds me of “Killing Eve,” “Bloodline,” “True Detective,” and other shows that should have stopped at “one and done.”
My wife and I are looking forward to season six of “Better Call Saul,” which kicks off tonight with two episodes. The problem is we don’t remember what happened in season five. That’s why I was happy to find this video recap.
In which I admit I was wrong about “Severance,” why CNN+ is failing already, what I like about Apple TV’s Friday night baseball, and why giving IMDb TV a new name won’t make it any more popular.
A year ago, I wondered why no US television networks were airing comedy panel shows — so popular in the UK — in primetime. Now that The CW has added an American version of one of my British faves, here’s my review.
My review of a Netflix series starring Toni Collette as a woman who pulls off an act of heroism and then has to deal with the consequences — while her daughter tries to unravel the truth about her mother.