Here's what we loved watching on TV this year.
Things to Come, featuring one of the year's best performances, is better as a film about its central character than as a debate about philosophy.
Nothing happens in a vacuum, and 'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' largely succeeds because it uses the notion of a revival to say something that was apparent in the series all along.
For being a show about a gruesome murder, decades in solitary confinement and the grief of lost years, Rectify has always allowed in glimmers of hope.
'Westworld' isn't the only new show on HBO is banking on; the network hopes its half-hour shows 'High Maintenance', 'Insecure' and 'Divorce' find a following.
13th, a documentary from Ava Duvernay, harrowingly explores the ties between slavery and the modern justice system.
Goat is an unrelenting and perceptive screed about the violence intrinsic in toxic masculinity.
Morris from America is overly familiar as a coming-of-age romance, but finds poetry in small moments and features one of the year's best performances.
The creators behind Netflix's 'Stranger Things' talk about their hit show.
Mike Birbiglia, Keegan-Michael Key & Kate Micucci discuss their new comedy 'Don't Think Twice'
Don’t Think Twice is a film about the constant journey towards understanding that you’re not a teenager anymore.
BoJack Horseman's third season is the best yet, sending its title character to dark and hilarious lows.