The film stars Michael Gandolfini as a young Tony.
The Netflix series, based on Stephanie Land’s memoir, focuses on a woman who flees an abusive relationship and on the hardships she faces rebuilding her life and caring for her child.
Kristen Bell and Kirby Howell-Baptiste star in this based-on-a-true-story film about a pair of women whose coupon-counterfeiting operation turned into more than they bargained for.
The animated series, voiced by an impressive roster of comic talent, follows a grade schooler who gets laughably bad advice from his elders.
Mike Flanagan’s new horror series on Netflix is set in a remote island parish where strange things start happening.
The two-part PBS documentary looks at William Randolph Hearst, the man who inspired the title character in ‘Citizen Kane.’
A docuseries on Netflix looks at the late-’70s case that hinged on the question of dissociative identity disorder, or a multiple personality diagnosis.
ABC’s reboot, narrated by Don Cheadle and starring a Black cast, is set in tumultuous, late-’60s Montgomery, Ala.
In a new drama, a group of escaped Nazis are living happily in 1960s Spain, but a growing number of their victims begin searching for them.
A far-from-fashion-conscious ex-con and a striking blonde ‘spokesmodel’ get caught up in a pyramid scheme—and worse—in a series on Sundance Now.
A four-part ‘30 for 30’ presentation on ESPN tells the amazin’ story of the 1986 Mets.
A reboot of Ingmar Bergman’s 1970s miniseries about a husband and wife gets gender switched.
An Amazon Prime series looks at LuLaRoe, a clothing company accused of running a pyramid scheme.
We watched live as the world changed forever, but TV, as a medium, would prove to be surprisingly resilient, even fertile.
Sweeping histories, focused documentaries and even a look at comedy in the wake of tragedy.
A six-part true-crime series looks at murders in seemingly idyllic places.
A three-part series on PBS looks at the way technology is shaping our jobs.
Sacha Jenkins’s documentary about the funk rocker includes the wild stories of his life, but also argues for James’s broader cultural impact.
The latest installment of PBS’s wry history series offers surprising information about Henry VIII and his ilk.
Jean-Xavier de Lestrade, best known for ‘The Staircase,’ dramatizes the story of the murder of a young French woman and its tangled roots.