Lauren Greenfield’s portrait of Imelda Marcos is a picture of excess, both financial and political.
A secretive, cult-like program lies at the center of this mysterious limited-run series.
A group of Nazi hunters in 1970s New York try to prevent the rise of a Fourth Reich.
Zoë Kravitz stars in Hulu’s reboot about a record-store owner with a romantically messy past.
This “Frontline” film looks at the rise of the internet giant while asking questions about its founder’s influence.
This “Frontline” documentary captures the anger of the Hong Kong protests in vivid detail.
Alison Brie stars as a seemingly normal woman with frightful delusions.
HBO’s docuseries looks at how the McDonald’s Monopoly promotion was snookered out of $24 million.
Edie Falco stars as the first female chief of the LAPD in CBS’s new police procedural.
A look at the group of human guinea pigs that tested the dangers of food additives in the early 20th century.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s Netflix project is more informercial for her semi-notorious lifestyle brand than a show.
A mystery series set in turn-of-the-century Vienna is driven forward by the unlikely team at its center: an upper-middle-class physician and a cool detective.
A foster-focused show combines aliens, endangered species and a fight to save the Earth.
The follow-up to 2016’s “The Young Pope” features a gripping struggle for Vatican supremacy.
A ‘Masterpiece’ adaptation of an uncompleted Austen novel brings many of the writer’s subtexts front and center.
Netflix’s new take on the Bram Stoker novel blends humor with dread.
In Netflix’s new series, a charismatic man from the Middle East may be the answer we’ve been waiting for, or may spell the end of humanity.
A new PBS documentary examines in dramatic detail the career of Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
The comedian plays himself as a children’s TV host in a conceptual, self-referential special.
Curator and historian Lucy Worsley invites viewers to celebrate like they did back in the day—the day of Henry VIII, that is.