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The 77% Tomatometer-rated movie marked the first time fans could see a feature-length film showcasing one of their Detective Comics (DC) heroes on the big screen – and it must’ve been a trip watching Batman foil a man-eating shark with a convenient can of Shark Repellent Bat-Spray.Some 53 years and 34 theatrically released live-action and animated movies featuring DC characters later, the DC universe has seen its fair share of Fresh (Watchmen, Batman Returns, Superman), Rotten (Jonah Hex, Green Lantern, Catwoman), and should-be-Fresh (Constantine) movies (yes, we really like Constantine around these parts). These films trace the evolution from the tongue-in-cheek Batman: The Movie to today’s DC Extended Universe (DCEU), which recently featured Jason Momoa battling gigantic CGI sharks (without the aid of shark repellent spray) in the blockbuster hit Aquaman.With Shazam! opening this week – and sitting Certified Fresh at 92% – we decided to do a deep dive into the 35 theatrically released movies featuring DC characters in hopes of discovering super Tomatometer statistics to share with you. And we think we succeeded! Sit back, order a Batman-approved Lobster Thermidor (or some drive-thru) and enjoy these Tomatometer-related stats about your favorite movies featuring DC characters.Note: All Tomatometer scores/averages are accurate as of March 31, 2019.1. The DC Universe Started Off Fresh With Four Successful Films(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)After Batman: The Movie gave the DC cinematic world a Fresh start in 1966, DC fans had to wait 12 years until the Richard Donner-directed Superman was released in 1978 for the next cinematic effort from their favorite comic-book company. This superhero film was a massive success due to its big action set pieces, inspired casting (Marlon Brando!), and square-jawed earnestness of leading man Christopher Reeve – it is at 94% on the Tomatometer. A sequel was green-lit faster than a speeding bullet, and in 1980 the 85% Tomatometer-rated Superman II set a high bar for all superhero sequels that followed.In 1982, Swamp Thing proved DC didn’t need Superman or Batman to be successful (it s at 66%). Wes Craven (A Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream) directed the film, successfully juggling a silly plot, rubber monsters, and a low budget to produce a moderate hit.2. Five Movies Starring DC Characters Have Tomatometers of 90% or higherThe number is low, but, things are looking up as three of the five movies with 90%-plus scores have been released since 2017. Wonder Woman (93%), The Lego Batman Movie (90%), and Teen Titans Go! To the Movies (91%) have made up for lost time. Also, it’s looking like Shazam! has a chance of joining the elite ranks if it can hold onto its 92% Certified Fresh Tomatometer score. We bet Superman: The Movie and The Dark Knight, both at 94%, aren’t feeling so lonely anymore.3. The Dark Knight Trilogy is the Highest Rated Comic-Book Franchise According to the Tomatometer(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)We’re glad director Christopher Nolan took the Dark Knight trilogy ‘so serious’-ly, because it’s the gold standard of comic book franchises with an 88.3% Tomatometer average and 94% Audience Score. Not only do Batman Begins (84%), The Dark Knight (94%), and The Dark Knight Rises (87%) form the highest Tomatometer- and Audience-rated DC franchise, they make up the highest-rated comic-book–based movie trilogy ever.4. Batman has Tomatometer Supremacy Over SupermanWe’re 100% certain that Superman would smoosh Batman in a street fight. However, in a Tomatometer battle, Batman’s 64.3% Fresh average is much higher than Superman’s Rotten 48.2% average. Superman lost the battle because five of the 10 movies he’s featured in, including Superman III (24%) and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (12%), have Rotten scores, whereas only six of Batman’s 16 films have Rotten scores. It’s not all bad news for Superman though, because 1997’s Batman Robin has a 10% Tomatometer score, which makes it the lowest Tomatometer-rated Batman or Superman film.5. Live-Action R-rated DC Films have a Fresh 62.6% average(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)Between 2005 and 2009, DC-based films went dark with the R-rated Constantine (46%), V for Vendetta (73%), and Watchmen (64%) hitting the big screen. These visually impressive films swung for the fences and brought in A-list talent like Natalie Portman, Tilda Swinton, Keanu Reeves, Rachel Weisz, and Patrick Wilson to fill the shoes of iconic DC characters. We’re still bummed about the Rotten score for Constantine, though: it’s a visually stunning film featuring Keanu Reeves flicking off Satan and kicking CGI demon crabs – what s not to love?6. The Tomatometer Average for the 35 Theatrically Released Films Featuring DC characters is RottenThe bad news is the Tomatometer average is a Rotten 56%. The good news is, the Tomatometer is trending upwards with recent movies like Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, and The Lego Batman Movie all being Fresh. Also, with Shazam!, Joker (2019), Birds of Prey (2020), Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), and the rebooted Suicide Squad (2021) on the horizon, we’re thinking the average could be Fresh in a couple years!7. Theatrically Released Animated Movies Starring DC characters are FreshThe Tomatometer average for Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (83%), Batman: The Killing Joke (39%), The Lego Batman Movie (90%), and Teen Titans Go! To the Movies (91%) is an excellent 76.75%. The only Rotten movie here is the R-rated Batman: The Killing Joke, which was shown as an event in 1,300 theaters in 2016. The controversial movie went to some super dark places with the Kevin Conroy-voiced Batman, and left people wishing they’d just watched the excellent Batman: Mask of the Phantasm again.8. Wonder Woman Brought Up the Tomatometer Average for Female-Led DC Superhero Movies From 32% to 46.25%You may be thinking that a 46.25% Tomatometer average is bad. Yes, it’s still Rotten. However, the 93% Tomatometer score for Wonder Woman provided some balance to the DC world as it evened out the Fresh to Rotten scales for female-led DC films. Now V for Vendetta (73%) isn’t the only female-led Fresh film holding up the Tomatometer average for the Rotten Supergirl (10%) and Catwoman (9%).9. Movies Featuring The Joker Have a Fresh Tomatometer AverageJoker’s appearances in Batman: The Movie (77%), Batman (71%), The Dark Knight (94%), Batman: The Killing Joke (39%), Suicide Squad (27%), and The Lego Batman Movie (90%) have led to a Fresh 67.6% Tomatometer average. We’re excited to see what Joaquin Phoenix can do with the character when he takes his place front and center in Todd Phillips’ Joker, which will be released in October.10. Green Lantern (2011) is Rotten, But the Actors In It Went on to Fresh Superhero MoviesThe 26% Tomatometer-rated Green Lantern was slammed by audiences and critics when it released in 2011. However, since then, Mark Strong (Kingsman: The Secret Service), Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool), Angela Bassett (Black Panther), Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok), and Temuera Morrison (Aquaman) went on to Fresh superhero movies that have an average 82.4% Tomatometer score. This trend is continuing again with Mark Strong, who is back in the DC universe as the villainous Sivana in the Certified Fresh Shazam!. We’re hoping Blake Lively, Tim Robbins, and Peter Sarsgaard have the same luck when they appear in another superhero movie.11. Movies Featuring Catwoman Are Fresh With a 68.6% Tomatometer Average(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)Catwoman and its 9% Tomatometer score didn t help the overall average, but, Batman Returns (80%), The Dark Knight Rises (87%), Batman: The Movie (77%), and The Lego Batman Movie (90%) prove the Catwoman character is Fresh four times out of five. Also, we think Michelle Pfeiffer should’ve received an Academy Award nomination for her amazing performance in Batman Returns. Pfeiffer crushed the dual roles of Selina Kyle/Catwoman and we totally understand why director Tim Burton gave her a lot of screen time.12. DC Movies Have a Higher Tomatometer Average When They Feature Wonder Woman, Batman, or Superman(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)The 23 movies featuring a member of the DC trinity (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman) have a Fresh 63.8% average, and the three highest Tomatometer-rated DC movies are The Dark Knight (94%), Wonder Woman (93%), and Superman (94%). The 63.8% percentage isn’t super Fresh, but when compared to the 41% average of the 12 movies they don’t appear in, it’s proof DC films are better when they’re in them.We hope you enjoyed the DC Tomatometer data! Tell us about your favorite DC movies in the comments.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
In a scene from the season 2 premiere of USA Network s The Purge, an actress auditions for the role of her life — and her family members lives, and her friends , coworkers , and neighbors lives. This is not a test, she intones. This is your emergency broadcast system, announcing the commencement of the annual Purge sanctioned by the U.S. government. About the series: Based on the Blumhouse Productions movie franchise, the series revolves around a 12-hour period when all crime, including murder, is legal. Set in an altered America ruled by a totalitarian political party, the series follows several seemingly unrelated characters living in a small city. Season 2 explores how a single Purge night affects the lives of four interconnected characters over the course of the ensuing year, all inevitably leading up to the next Purge. The second season of the anthology series opens on Purge night, but dives deeper than ever before into what the Purge world looks like the other 364 days of the year.The Purge stars Joel Allen, Derek Luke, Max Martini, and Paola Núñez.The Purge season 2 premieres Tuesday, October 15 at 9/8C on USA Network.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.BOB投注(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)While USA s legal drama Suits is heading into its ninth and final season, the story isn t over for Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres), who is embarking on a new adventure on the spin-off series Pearson. After being disbarred, the former powerhouse lawyer has headed to Chicago and becomes involved with politics in the Windy City. Once she s appointed as the mayor s right-hand fixer, she becomes embroiled in the contentious (and occasionally crooked) scene.Torres, who is also an executive producer on the new series, spoke to Rotten Tomatoes about bringing the show she envisioned to life, getting to see new sides of a character she s played for many years, and what she s currently watching.What s appointment viewing for you?(Photo by ABC/Heidi Gutman)Oh, God! [I’m never home] and able to sit down in front of anything. The closest thing to appointment viewing I gotta say is … The View. I love The View! I ll try to tape it if I know somebody wonderful is on. I love to watch those ladies debate, because they re all smart and they all have a point of view. They’re all strong women with a point of view, and not just political but social. They cover such a wide ground and they keep it fun. They ve got a great panel now. They re all well-suited and interesting.What’s in your streaming queue?Streaming is The Handmaid s Tale, The Crown — when that comes back. It s been a while, right? I miss them! I started watching something the other day. It s hard to get consistent with it. I do love Outlander. That s on there. But, I m like a season and a half behind. It took me so long to get out of France!What shows are on your DVR?On my DVR is Yellowstone. I m a Kevin Costner super-fan. I ve just loved him since Field of Dreams. I would watch anything and everything and he s been in. The thing about being an actor and you re blessed with a long career is that you can see the arc of the man and the roles that they choose and the things that they put into place, and he s been producing content for quite some time now. You can just see that this is something so close to his heart; the topics that he s bringing up — the indigenous people and reservation life — and he s bringing it up in such a way that you never see. He s not an immediately likable character on the show, which I also love just in terms of the trajectory of an actor and what they choose to do in the course of their lives. It s smart, intelligent storytelling with a fantastic cast and interesting characters.I also have a bunch of old movies that if I see Turner Classic Movies is going to air way too late I ll just record. Oh, Network, I haven t seen that in forever! “The China Syndrome, I love that! Yes, love Barbara Stanwyck!” All of those things are on [my DVR too].What’s coming soon that you can’t wait for?Pearson!(Photo by Isabella Vosmikova/USA Network)Jean Bentley for Rotten Tomatoes: When you left Suits you probably didn t know that you were going to revisit Jessica Pearson on her very own series.Torres: No, absolutely not. That was not part of the plan.It seems that you were the driving force behind getting this series made. Why it was so important to you?I needed a job! So, that s a pretty strong driving force. You never really know how things are going to come together. I was already in the process of putting my foot into the producer pool and looking to partner with writers and create original content and put shows on the air that not only spoke to me but I believed would speak to people that were feeling underrepresented in telling stories that were reflective of the world that I live in. Really the 2016 election just changed everything. I was sitting there watching real drama play out, a really interesting cast of characters doing their thing day in and day out. I started thinking about Jessica, and I started thinking about Jessica in terms of politics and the similarities of her characteristics that were in line with those that I was watching. From an outsider’s perspective, she can be kind of shady . She can be a little manipulative and she s incredibly powerful. She knows where a lot of bodies are buried, and she can at any given moment decide to use her powers for good — or evil. But she s always chosen good.When we last saw her, that was her choice. She was leaving corporate life and she wanted to get back to what was important to her, and I thought, well, what better way to do that than in the political arena, to bring all her skill sets to the political world? Because the last time we saw her, she was on her way to Chicago to be reunited with Jeff [D.B. Woodside]. That s organically where this story leads us. I told the right people and they were super interested in this dynamic as well, and in the narrative, and we all got to work to make it happen.What new sides of Jessica will we be able to see on the show that we didn t really get to see on Suits?We got to see very little of Jessica s personal life and all the repercussions of the choices that she s made. She was always so very busy saving the firm or saving somebody attached to the firm. We re going to get to see a fully realized woman which I m very, very excited about. She gets a family now — a family that she didn t know she had and a family that doesn t necessarily like her very much all the time, and how that shakes her up a little bit. Navigating the new world of the mayor s office, of city hall. Whether or not her past will actually serve her for the better or whether it s an impediment. She s not coming in clean. So, there s that — and she s working alongside the woman who took her license. We also get into her relationship with Jeff, so there s a lot of heart and soul and vulnerability to this Jessica.(Photo by Scott Everett White/USA Network)What’s something about producing that has surprised you or been difficult to juggle alongside starring in the show?Fortunately, a lot of the pre-production is where I get to roll up my sleeves and really get in there. It s storylines and casting and making sure that our vision of the show stays as true and consistent throughout the season, and to find ways of pushing the envelope. That s fun and that s exciting and I love that.The challenges of it are being new to this area, being new as an executive producer, and remembering that I actually have a say. That I can speak up and request or question or participate and add to the conversation things that may not have been heard if I were just an actress. Just remembering that you have that power is a new skill set. That s a new muscle! And then learning how to make your voice heard in such a way that s not defensive or alienating or none of it s an argument. We re all just sharing. I think just as actors we re collaborative. You just have to remember that you have the power!Yeah! You have the power and you know you have the competence, you know you have the skills. You just have to be able to do it.Right! But that s the thing — I’ve been doing it for so long you kind of forget how much you know. You’re in the room and you re going, “Wait, I think it would be better if I have this conversation with people all the time — [as an actor] you re so concerned about what the next job is going to be that it s hard to lift your head up and see how far you ve come. When you take stock of certainly all of my experience and all of the people that I ve gotten to work with and all of the people that I ve gotten to learn from, it s all in there. It s time to put it to use.Pearson premieres on the same night as the final season of Suits. Do you feel bittersweet about that show ending? Jessica Pearson is alive and well and thriving in Chicago.Well, I m not saying goodbye to Jessica at all. I m saying, Hey girl, hey! That s a good feeling. It s bittersweet. It was because of Suits I get to have Jessica and all her fabulousness forever more. I got to meet some incredible dear, dear people. Also, from a completely objective perspective, that was a really good run, and a rare one. I mean, we all know a lot of things don t last that long at all, and so to have lightning strike in such a beautiful way is great. So, everybody, you can pat yourselves on the back and say job well done.Pearson premieres Wednesday, July 17 at 10 p.m. on USA.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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Deadly Class is an ambitious fiction for Syfy to risk airing now, one that asks a viewership shocked by multiple deadly school shootings in recent years to embrace a story about teens trained in the assassination arts – one is a sword wielder, another’s expertise is poison, and so on. It s one of the more twisted coming-of-age stories you ve ever read, filmmaker and producer Joe Russo has said of the graphic novel the series is based on. The Russo Brothers, Joe and Anthony, co-directors of Avengers: Infinity War and 2019’s upcoming Avengers: Endgame, are executive producers on the series.Lana Condor, who so recently charmed Netflix subscribers in high-school rom-com To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, here plays Saya, master of the katana. Condor told Rotten Tomatoes that series creators Remender and Miles Orion Feldsott took pains to ensure that the violence wasn’t gratuitous and wasn’t gun-based.“It s definitely a conversation to have. I think one of the biggest things is, we don t have any guns in our school,” the 21-year-old actress said. “We absolutely do not and are not promoting any sort of gun violence in schools whatsoever … and it s very rare that you see violence between the children. A lot of the violence that comes out of our show is either outside of the school, where they genuinely — our villains are quite horrible people. And that part of the show, it s just a part of television, right?”True. Deadly Class is certainly not the first fiction to put children in peril: You can thank Charles Dickens for that trend. Or the Old Testament if you want to get Biblical about it (see “Binding of Isaac,” Genesis 22).On TV, we’ve seen The Gifted on Fox, Impulse on YouTube Premium, AMC’s The Walking Dead, FX anthology series American Horror Story, and another of this week’s releases, teen-vigilante series Wayne from Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writer-producer duo behind the Deadpool films. (Speaking of movies, the X-Men films, The Hunger Games series, and virtually every horror film ever regularly threatened their youngest characters, and that’s just not going to change.)The difference may be that these kids are on the offense and many have very bad intentions. Self-defense is second-nature at King s Dominion, and its student body isn’t made up of fumbling innocents. They are well-trained and lethal, and takes “jaded” to new levels.(Photo by Katie Yu/SYFY)When Rotten Tomatoes recently visited the set, series co-creator Feldsott explained that Master Lin’s (Benedict Wong) great-grandfather founded King’s Dominion as a training ground to help the disenfranchised gain power over their oppressors.“For Master Lin, one of the big journeys that he has over the course of the season is that he is trying to figure out exactly what he stands for,” he said. “Originally, his great-grandfather had a very noble intention when they founded the school. He was going to give power to the oppressed, and now as time as gone on, that mission has been somewhat corrupted, and now these more powerful organizations are giving their kids training at the academy. So he is having a crisis of conscience in the first season. He s having this argument with the teacher that Henry Rollins plays, who s saying, ‘You were different when you were younger. What do you stand for now?’ And there s also a powerful organization that is above Master Lin that expects him to maintain order in this place.”Wong, whose recent role as Wong in Marvel blockbusters Doctor Strange and Avengers: Infinity War has put him in front of massive audiences, credits the Russo Brothers for bringing him to the new character.“I was fortunate to get a call from Joe Russo. He said, ‘Hey, I really want you to be in this, and I just immediately said yes, and then said, ‘What? Sorry, what do you want me to be in then?’ Because the brothers have got an incredible pedigree,” Wong told Rotten Tomatoes.Wong reveals that the influx of criminal organizations have fueled Master Lin s crisis. It’s also important to remember that it’s fiction.“We re in a world that is not like our own world, obviously,” Wong said. “It s a heightened world, and it s more about the repercussions of violence, really, and what would happen. We re in a make-believe world of what would we do if we threw [together] the cartel, the CIA, NASA, and they send their kids to this school, and this man is now having to uphold it all and watch every lid before it flips.”(Photo by Allen Fraser/Syfy)The young Deadly Class cast members are also clearly thrilled with their roles, even if some of the main characters are described as “rats,” including new student Marcus (Benjamin Wadsworth), who is also an orphan. His lack of connections puts him at a disadvantage; he has no formal fight training like his schoolmates, for one, though his life has been hard.“We re gonna see how violence has affected Marcus,” Wadsworth promised. “He experiences some forms of psychosis. Trauma does weird things to human beings. They find unhealthy coping strategies like alcoholism, chain-smoking, drug-addiction. So I think it would show that, ‘Hey, you probably don t wanna do this or you re gonna get messed up.’”
early part of the century with The Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones opened an opportunity for fantasy to migrate from the page to the screen. And as the genre s prestige rose thanks to GoT, Pullman came to view television as a better place for his material to reach an audience. In 2015, BBC One commissioned an eight-episode adaptation of the trilogy. Expected to arrive in 2017, little else happened besides writer Jack Thorne (National Treasure) telling the press that the program was still on its way.It suddenly burst to life the following year with Logan’s Dafne Keen signing on to play Lyra, The Danish Girl s Tom Hooper agreeing to direct the first two episodes, and Lin-Manuel Miranda taking on a role later revealed to be aeronaut Lee Scoresby. Soon after, James McAvoy, Clarke Peters, and Ruth Wilson joined the ensemble. After these announcements, HBO signed on as a co-producer and BBC One ordered a second season before the first had even been filmed.According to producer Jane Tranter — who is responsible for bringing Doctor Who back to TV and is now founder of Bad Wolf Production company — that decision was made to prevent Keen and the other child actors from aging out of the characters too quickly. There is a great thing in His Dark Materials of a girl going through puberty and we wanted to be able to pace that story out age-appropriately, she explained to reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in August. And so, that’s why everyone — HBO and the BBC — went with us for 16 episodes. Wilson plays Mrs. Coulter while McAvoy plays Lord Asriel, two characters whose shared history will no doubt surprise viewers. Peters plays the Master of Jordan College, who also serves as Lyra’s guardian as the story begins. Other cast members include Ruta Gedmintas as Serafina Pekkala, the witch played by Eva Green in the film; Anne-Marie Duff as Ma Costa; Ariyon Bakare as Carlo Boreal; Will Keen as Father MacPhail; Georgina Campbell as Adele Starminster; Lucian Msamati as John Faa; Lewin Lloyd as Lyra’s best friend, Roger Parslow; Tyler Howitt as Billy Costa; Amir Wilson as key character Will Parry; and Andrew Scott as his father, Col. John Parry. Lending their voices to the various dæmons are Kit Connor as Pantalaimon; Helen McCrory as Stelmaria; David Suchet as Kaisa; Cristela Alonzo as Hester; and the show s lead puppeteer, Brian Fisher, providing sounds for Mrs. Coutler s otherwise mute — and unnamed — golden monkey dæmon. Joe Tandberg will voice Iorek Byrnison, the polar bear Lyra meets in the North.READ ALSO: Upcoming TV Fantasy Series That Could Be the Next Game of Thrones(Photo by HBO)HBO s plot description closely resembles that of the early Northern Lights chapters. Lyra’s search for a missing friend leads her to learn about Dust and the alternate worlds. It also goes out of its way to mention Will Parry, who will seemingly debut earlier than he does in the novel series. Based on the most recent trailer, Lyra s journey will closely mirror the one described in The Golden Compass. But with its emphasis on Asriel s conflict with the Magisterium, the preview also suggests viewers will become privy to certain motivations and issues far earlier than readers, who spend the entire first novel alongside Lyra and learning about the world(s) with her.Curiously, the controversies that dogged the film production have not returned with the series — or, at least, they have not resurfaced yet. Considering Pullman’s views on the church, it is only a matter of time before old quotes end up back in print and old opponents try to take the television series to task. If that proves to be the case, Tranter has a ready reply: [The series] is not an attack on religion. It is an attack on a particular form of organization. Which could always be true, but it is also easy to imagine HBO wants to court the controversies, which may lure viewers to watch this lavishly-produced rendition of the story. The new trailer even seems to poke at the beehive with its mentions of the Magisterium as a regressive organization.The Release DateThe long-awaited series will debut Monday, Nov. 4 at 9 p.m. on HBO.
BOB投注 The Last Kingdom 91% (Netflix)Berserker Vikings fans will likely have already tasted The Last Kingdom, in which Uhtred, the eldest son of the Saxon Lord of Bebbanburg, is taken as a slave by the Viking raiders that killed his father and later returns to his homeland claim his birthright. Alexander Dreymon (American Horror Story) plays the swaggering hero, and season 4 of the one-time BBC America series just premiered on Netflix in April. The cast includes David Dawson as King Alfred the Great, to whom Uhtred pledges his sword as part of a peace treaty and later in return for land and to become an Ealdorman. Ian Hart appears as Uhtred’s priest-confidante Beocca, while Emily McKenna Cox and Tobias Santelmann are the warrior’s adopted siblings Brida and Ragnar. The Last Kingdom, with series Tomatometer score of 91%, makes a fine binge if you miss Vikings and need a jolt of Danish raids, flashing swords, and 9th-century English politics. – Debbie Day, Sr. TV EditorWhere to watch: NetflixCommitment: 31.5 hours (across four seasons)Dave: Season 1 (2020) 76% (FXX)Dave is a grower. The raunchy FXX comedy, starring Dave “Lil Dicky” Burd as a fictionalized version of himself, does not make the most inviting of first impressions. Rambling with the fretful patter of an adult baby, Burd spends the early going oversharing about his malformed anatomy whenever he isn’t talking up his rapping prowess. Viewers who aren’t charmed by genitalia jokes may dismiss the first few episodes as a successful musician delivering an edgy valentine to himself. Gradually, however, Dave blossoms into something meaningful: It s about how every success story takes a village. The series makes excellent use of Lil Dicky s inner circle, each of his friends harboring relatable aspirations and foibles. We come to appreciate this oddball community and the inexplicably talented man-child who binds them all together. By the end of the first season, we truly believe that Licky Dicky has the goods. So does his show. – Rob Fowler, Review CuratorWhere to watch: Stream on FX Networks app or Hulu; buy or rent on FandangoNOW, Vudu, Amazon, or Google Play.Commitment: 5 hours (one season)This Country 96% (BBC)This British mockumentary comedy series had completely escaped my attention until I heard Phoebe Waller-Bridge recommending it on a podcast earlier this year, and it turns out – shocking, I know – that Waller-Bridge has good taste. This Country is brilliant, the kind of seemingly out-of-nowhere gem that you know is going to do big things for everyone involved. (Seriously, it has the feel of Spaced or the U.K. version of The Office.) The “everyone involved” here mostly happen to be from the same family; the series was created by siblings Daisy May and Charlie Cooper, who also star in it as Kerry and Kurtan, two cousins from a village in Southwestern England who are the main subjects of a BBC documentary series about disaffected youth in the rural U.K. The duo’s real-life father plays Kerry’s dad, while their uncle plays a local grouch. The cousins wander the village doing s—t-all, dreaming up small schemes and games to pass the time, and it’s all extremely funny. But what makes This Country truly special – and a multiple British Academy Television Awards winner for two years straight – is its heart. The bond between the cousins and the tenderness and empathy with which every character around them is handled make This Country as moving as it is hilarious. – Joel Meares, Editor-in-ChiefWhere to watch: HuluCommitment: Approx. 5 hours (for two seasons; season 3 is not available in the U.S.)Dispatches From Elsewhere: Season 1 (2020) 87% (AMC)Full disclosure: I didn’t actually binge Dispatches from Elsewhere. I watched in real time, as it was happening (by which I mean the next day on the AMC app). That said, Dispatches from Elsewhere is a show you will want to binge. It’s cliché to say, but here I am, typing this sentence: Dispatches From Elsewhere is like no other TV show I have ever seen. It’s like a mysteriously philosophical scavenger hunt full of art and wonder and. The show begins in one place and ends somewhere you would never expect and I can t say anything else at risk of ruining the joy of the journey. Jason Segel, Sally Field, André 3000, and the wonderful Eve Lindley are a dream team, and Richard E. Grant’s particular brand of charming intensity is put to great use. It’s a fairly introspective show, and while that might not seem appealing when we’re stuck inside with only our thoughts to keep us company, I promise it’s more comforting than existential dread–inducing. – Haña Lucero-Colin, TV Curation ManagerWhere to watch: AMC, YouTube TV (with subscription), Sling TV; buy on YouTube, iTunes, or AmazonCommitment: 10 hours (one season)Upload: Season 1 (2020) 88% (Amazon Prime)Upload is a charming romantic comedy-mystery drizzled in existential horror. On the verge of death after an accident, Nathan Brown (Robbie Amell) is coerced by his clingy, controlling girlfriend (Allegra Edwards) into forgoing surgery, and having his consciousness uploaded to an idyllic, vacation-like simulation, where a digital version of himself (and, eventually, his girlfriend) will live for eternity. It’s like heaven… if heaven exists in a trillion-dollar conglomerate’s computer servers, you have no privacy, and the wealthy sponsor paying your bills in the living world chooses how comfortably you get to live. With the help of his “Angel, Nora (Andy Allo), Nathan navigates what it means to die, and whether a perfect afterlife can ever be as satisfying and meaningful as an imperfect regular life. Oh, and someone may have had him killed, so he’s trying to figure that whole thing out, too! If you are looking to explore the meaning of life but need a heavy dose of laughter to do it, Upload just might be for you. – Tyler Lorenz, Media CoordinatorWhere to watch: Amazon PrimeCommitment: 4 hours (one season)Outlander 89% (Stars)Based on Diana Gabaldon s best-selling novels, Outlander is a historical fantasy romance that stars Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe as Jaime and Claire Fraser, and the show follows along their passionate and loving journey. It s a little bit of Pride and Prejudice with some Game of Thrones in there. However, what makes Outlander stand out above its peers is that it s confident and committed to the stories it wants to tell for both its male and female characters and does so in a uniquely thoughtful and gripping manner. Above all, it is unapologetically entertaining – which is welcome right now. Keep a special eye on Tobias Menzies and Maria Doyle Kennedy, who stand out even among the fantastic ensemble cast. After one episode, you will most certainly be swept off your feet by Jaime and Claire. After two, you ll never get the gorgeous theme song out of your head. – Daisy Gonzalez, Theatrical Review CuratorWhere to watch: Netflix (seasons 1-3), Starz (seasons 1-5); buy or rent on FandangoNOW, Amazon, or iTunesCommitment: Approx. 100 hours (five seasons)Better Things 97% (FX)It s totally understandable if the last thing you want to watch is a show about the entertainment industry, especially an actor. But Better Things is less of a Stars: They re Just Like Us and more like a Stars: I Empathize With and Sometimes Feel Sorry for Them. Plus, it s the perfect Mother s Day binge watch. Pamela Adlon is Sam Fox, an actress who is always hustling from one gig to the next. She s also a single mother of three daughters, cares for her elderly mother who lives across the street, and doles out alimony to her ex-husband (the only issue I have with the show is that she married this loser in the first place). The show is interspersed with cozy moments of Sam cooking, cuddling on the couch with her family, drinking and trash-talking with friends, and unexpected plot detours. Stars may never be just like us, but you d be lucky if Sam was just like someone you know. – Sara Ataiiyan, Review CuratorWhere to watch: FXNow, Hulu; rent or buy on FandangoNOW, Vudu, iTunes, or Google PlayCommitment: 17.5 hours (four seasons)Check out our regular May Binge Guide. Thumbnail image: Jessica Kourkounis/AMC, Adrienn Szabo/Netflix, BBC
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