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Critic’s Notebook: Jan. 6 Summer Hearings Draw to a Damning Close

Detailing Trump's actions, or lack thereof, during the 187 minutes he spent at the White House before addressing his violent followers, Thursday night's hearing made for riveting and powerfully disturbing television.

Critic’s Notebook: Showtime’s ‘Desus & Mero’ Is Gone Way Too Soon

THR's chief TV critic laments the premature passing of one of his favorite late-night shows.

ESPN’s ‘The Captain’: TV Review

ESPN's seven-hour documentary focuses on Derek Jeter and the Yankees '90s and '00s baseball dynasty, featuring Spike Lee among its executive producers.

HBO Max’s ‘Rap Sh!t’: TV Review

'Insecure' creator Issa Rae returns with a new series about two estranged friends who start a rap group in Miami.

HBO’s ‘The Rehearsal’: TV Review

'Nathan for You' creator-star and 'How To With John Wilson' executive producer Nathan Fielder returns with a reality-comedy about ordinary people who prepare for key life challenges via elaborate recreations and rehearsals.

Hulu’s ‘Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons’: TV Review

Matt Tyrnauer's three-part docuseries digs deep on the once-dominant lingerie brand, its place in culture, its parent company founder Les Wexner, his ties to Jeffrey Epstein and more.

Critics’ Conversation: The 2022 Emmy Nominations Are a Mix of Inspired and Inane

THR's TV critics break down the 2022 Emmy nominations — and oversights — that most surprised, delighted, perplexed or disappointed them.

Freeform’s ‘Everything’s Trash’: TV Review

Phoebe Robinson executive produces and stars in a series about a 30something podcaster who tries to get her act together when her older brother (Jordan Carlos) decides to run for office.

Discovery+’s ‘Unprecedented’: TV Review

The new documentary from Alex Holder features access to Donald Trump's children in the lead-up to and aftermath of the 2020 election, which isn't the same as being enlightening.

Netflix’s ‘Boo, Bitch’: TV Review

Lana Condor and Zoe Colletti lead the comedy as a pair of high school besties who resolve to live their best lives in senior year, only for one of them to die and become a ghost.

Apple TV+’s ‘Black Bird’: TV Review

Novelist and TV veteran Dennis Lehane runs this six-part drama about a cocky drug dealer (Taron Egerton) playing a game of cat-and-mouse with a serial killer (Paul Walter Hauser).

AMC+’s ‘Moonhaven’: TV Review

The technology developed on a moon colony represents Earth's last hope in a drama from Peter Ocko that straddles science fiction, mystery and oddball New Age spirituality.