“Scarred for Life: TV In the 1980s” – A Review
Whether we were camped out watching MTV or some of the darker cartoons or miniseries, 80s TV had a darker subtext as this new book shows.
Fox’s Ambitious “Shots Fired” Is Nuanced, Complex — and Compelling
About as current and topical as you can get, “Shots Fired” is a powerful 10-part miniseries that takes on police shootings, political corruption, racism and small-town religion.
6 Miniseries for Major Thrills in 10 Episodes or Less
“The Night Manager,” “The Honorable Woman,” and “The People v. O.J. Simpson” have redefined the crime series (and they’re easy to binge).
Better than the Cliffs Notes: “War and Peace” on Cable
If Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy’s epic “War & Peace” looks too dauntingly long to read, then try the excellent BBC miniseries instead.