The Best of 2021 TV Episodes are the ones that stayed with us the entire year. The ones we can’t stop watching over and over again.
The best of 2021 romantic relationships this year are the couples we can’t get enough of and the ones who make a show better than it is.
Best of 2021 found families are the relationships that make characters better and amplify scenes with a balance between angst and love.
The best of 2021 characters are the ones who’ve had the most growth. The characters who’ve stayed with us throughout the year.
There have been some exceptional characters this year, but the 2021 Scene-Stealers are the gems no show would be the same without.
For the Best of 2021 performances, each person in this category did something unforgettable, something indescribable, and left us in awe.
In a roundtable discussion, writers take a deep dive into Apple TV+’s The Morning Show Season 2 hits and misses.
Jennifer Aniston was incredible in The Morning Show’s first season, but she is something else entirely in season two. And she is especially transcendent in the season two finale, “Fever.”
Masterpiece PBS has released Sanditon season 2 sneak peek photos and announced the new season’s premiere day.
Samuel Sim’s original score for BBC’s Emma (2009) is one of the most exemplary period drama scores to exist, and one that is constantly circulating on replay here. (As is … Continue Reading Music Monday: BBC ‘Emma’ (Original Score) by Samuel Sim
Nick Mohammed’s performance in Ted Lasso’s “Inverting the Pyramid of Success” was full of such noteworthy nuances, it’s left us all amazed.
Juno Temple’s performance in Ted Lasso’s “Midnight Train to Royston” was a beautiful exhibition of a full range of emotions.
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For his incredibly nuanced embodiment of Coach Beard in Ted Lasso’s “Beard After Hours,” Brendan Hunt is this week’s noteworthy performer.
For his impeccable embodiment of Jamie Tartt all throughout Ted Lasso’s “Man City,” Phil Dunster is This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performer.
August 29-September 4“Renewal” | Brooklyn Nine-Nine TV is fully back in action and that’s always a treat. Only Murders in the Building premiered on Hulu, What We Do in the … Continue Reading This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment