The Best TV Shows of 2022 – Rotten Tomatoes

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Updated: October 5, 2022
By one review, Heartstopper season 1 takes over the top spot in our list of the best TV and streaming shows of the year so far from season 3 of Bill Hader’s HBO dark comedy Barry, while the first seasons of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, The Serpent Queen, and Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire are the most recently Certified Fresh to join the list.
To be Certified Fresh, seasons must score at least 75% on the Tomatometer, with at least 20 critic reviews (five of those from Top Critics). Shows retain their Certified Fresh status even if they fall below 75%, as long as the scores stay at 70% or above.
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To break any ties, seasons that have the same score are then ranked by the overall number of reviews (season only or season and episodic scores together where episodic reviews can be counted). Ties between seasons with the same score and the same number of reviews are broken by the average rating out of 10 found under “See Score Details” link beneath their Tomatometer scores on each season’s page.
Need more suggestions? Check out our comprehensive list of the best TV and streaming shows of 2021 — there are a whopping 129 Certified Fresh TV seasons on last year’s list.
Recently added: Interview with the Vampire season 1, The Serpent Queen season 1, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law season 1, Queer as Folk season 1, Industry season 2, The Handmaid’s Tale season 5, Reboot season 1, Mo season 1, Reservation Dogs season 1, limited series The Patient, Rap Sh!t season 1, Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99 season 1, Welcome to Wrexham season 1, Bad Sisters season 1, limited series Five Days at Memorial, Uncoupled season 1, Westworld season 4, Better Call Saul season 6, A League of Their Own season 1
Did your favorite shows of 2022 make our list of the best-reviewed TV of the year? Tell us about your picks in the comments!

#112

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Critics Consensus: The Baby‘s tone can be as wobbly as a rocking crib, but its audacious nature of comedy and horror deserves to be nurtured.

#111

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Critics Consensus: Murderville‘s improvisational premise can lead to stretches of dead air, but the moments of spontaneous inspiration are worthwhile — and it helps to have Will Arnett on the case.

Night Sky: Season 1 (2022)
74%

#110

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Night Sky reaches for the stars when it really should have settled on a feature length finish, but the combined supernova of J.K. Simmons and Sissy Spacek shines bright.

Uncoupled: Season 1 (2022)
75%

#109

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: While Uncoupled struggles to integrate the comedic thrills of modern dating with its more serious concerns, the uneasy mixture makes for a surprisingly mature evolution of the Darren Star formula.

Westworld: Season 4 (2022)
76%

#108

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Westworld‘s continued reliance on mystery will frustrate just as much as it intrigues, but this fourth season still offers plenty of gleaming and menacing insight into a brave new world.

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Critics Consensus: Distinguished by biting performances and coiling ambience, The Essex Serpent is a highly accomplished Gothic romance.

#106

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Though After Life‘s second season struggles to affirm its existence, it’s a solid entry for anyone aching for a little more contemplative gallows humor.

#105

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Outlaws is a touch too broad to mine much nuance from its concept, but its aggressive affability and merry band of miscreants make for a solid caper.
Directed By: Stephen Merchant

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: David E. Kelley’s adaptation of the The Lincoln Lawyer relies too much on quirk to paper over its lack of true novelty, but this is a reliable enough vehicle for fans of legal pulp.

#103

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Julian Fellowes’ brand of upstairs, downstairs intrigue makes a seamless transatlantic transition in The Gilded Age, with an outstanding cast making the travails of the rich a compelling watch.

#102

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Pam & Tommy sometimes undercuts its own critique of cultural voyeurism with lurid stylization, but Lily James’ performance gives this sleazy opus an undeniable heart.

#101

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Sprawling to a fault but packed with lovable characters and cultural resonance, Queer as Folk successfully updates a watershed in LGBTQ representation for a new era.

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Critics Consensus: The Handmaid’s Tale has lost its urgency after spreading its once-arresting premise thin in a season focused on vengeance’s consequences, but the women of Gilead are still played with compelling exactitude.

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Critics Consensus: Tonal inconsistency and an ill-defined ensemble can make this comedy hard to love, but it wholly delivers as an overdue showcase for Vanessa Bayer.

Euphoria: Season 2 (2022)
81%

#98

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: As willfully provocative as ever in its second season, Euphoria still isn’t for all tastes — but when its addictive ingredients are mixed just right, the results remain intoxicating.

#97

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Outer Range‘s plethora of subplots threaten to get sucked into a wormhole of ponderousness, but at least this sci-fi Western is anything but plain.

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Critics Consensus: This won’t be the Obi-Wan Kenobi some viewers are looking for, but Ewan McGregor’s soulful performance and some refreshing twists make this a satisfying — if circuitous — addition to the Star Wars saga.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Blessed with an impressive level of access to its mercurial subject, Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy presents a thoroughly absorbing portrait of his life and career.
Starring: Ye, Yasiin Bey, Jay-Z
Directed By: Coodie, Chike Ozah

Loot: Season 1 (2022)
83%

#94

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Loot doesn’t quite service comedic treasure Maya Rudolph as satisfyingly as a star vehicle should, although there are enough riches here to suggest a big return on investment — when this promising sitcom finds its footing.

#93

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Shining Girls‘ time-bending conceit often induces a headache instead of thrills, but Elisabeth Moss’ superb performance gives this mystery a riveting center of gravity.

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Critics Consensus: Angsty as a disgruntled teenager and all the better for it, Becoming Elizabeth finds fresh drama in the Tudors by shifting focus onto the royal court’s web of spiders.

The Wilds: Season 2 (2022)
85%

#91

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Wilds gets a little lost after expanding its ensemble at the expense of its original hook, but the core cast remains as watchable as ever.

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Critics Consensus: While there’s some turbulence as The Flight Attendant charters a new course, passengers are in safe hands with Kaley Cuoco’s zestful turn and the writers’ knack for satisfying twists.

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Critics Consensus: Gleefully excessive in both form and function, Winning Time pairs a larger-than-life roster of characters with whiplash style to deliver an absolute slam dunk.

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Critics Consensus: Harrowing but enlightening, Trainwreck is a comprehensive investigation into the structural forces that led to one of the music industry’s most infamous disasters.
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#87

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: An intriguing blend of horror and noir, Archive 81 offers addictive supernatural thrills that are haunting in the best way.

Reboot: Season 1 (2022)
86%

#86

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Reboot hardly reinvents the Hollywood satire with its meta jokes that could have used more bite, but its more conventional qualities — namely a delightful cast — make for a mirthful enough watch.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: While Under the Banner of Heaven gets bogged down by an overabundance of backstory, its procedural through-line is enriched by a thoughtful introspection on personal faith.

Ozark: Season 4 (2022)
86%

#84

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Ozark hasn’t gotten out clean just yet, but its mesmeric performances and taut suspense signal that the Byrde clan are as entertainingly resourceful as ever.

#83

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Its entertainment value may wax and wane a bit, but Moon Knight ultimately settles into a mostly enjoyable — and refreshingly weird — spot in the MCU firmament.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: While All of Us Are Dead loses some of its bite with an overlong season, its emotional grounding puts plenty of meat on the bone.
Directed By: Lee Jae-gyu

#81

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Emmy Rossum brings remarkable depth to a cipher in Angelyne, a glitzy look at fame for fame’s sake where the inscrutability is the point.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Man Who Fell to Earth may not be out of this world, but a commanding Chiwetel Ejiofor gives this space oddity an earthy gravitas.

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Critics Consensus: While The Patient might test viewers’ patience by overextending its killer conceit, the arguably career-best work by Domhnall Gleeson and Steve Carell make this therapy session worth eavesdropping on.

#78

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: While it may hold few surprises for fans of the source material, The Sandman‘s first season satisfyingly adapts an allegedly unfilmable classic.

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Critics Consensus: Whether she’s fighting bad guys, defending a client, or managing her messy social life, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law passes the bar for bingeworthy viewing.

#76

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Resort teases more mysteries than it can satisfyingly pay off, but its likable cast and jaunty tone make for a compulsively watchable vacation.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey loses some luster in its final stretch, but Samuel L. Jackson and Dominique Fishback’s sterling performances make this an unmissable elegy.

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Critics Consensus: Claire Foy and Paul Bettany are delightful as a loathsome couple in A Very British Scandal, a sordid saga that’s so juicy it’ll leave viewers wishing the too-short runtime had afforded them a few more bites.
Directed By: Anne Sewitsky

Gaslit: Season 1 (2022)
89%

#73

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Fronted by a nervy Julia Roberts, Gaslit is less a slow burn than an acting extravaganza of big personalities enmeshed in historic scandal.

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Critics Consensus: The Dropout succeeds more as a docudrama than a dark comedy, but Amanda Seyfried’s disquieting portrayal of Elizabeth Holmes brings fresh blood to this retelling of recent history.

#71

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Hormone Monsters are pushing paper and phalluses in Human Resources, a workplace spinoff of Big Mouth that’s just as raunchy and sweet.

Naomi: Season 1 (2022)
90%

#70

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Kaci Walfall proves a plucky enough heroine to give the deliberately-paced Naomi its own super-powered charm.

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Critics Consensus: Reveling in the glory of straightforward adventure storytelling, Valhalla is a bloody good dramatization of Leif Eriksson’s conquests.

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Critics Consensus: Five Days at Memorial is unflinching to the point of punishing, thoroughly recounting an absolute calamity while giving due to those who tried their best to stanch the tragic fallout.
Directed By: John Ridley, Carlton Cuse

#67

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: As We See It deftly sidesteps schmaltz by depicting people on the spectrum as well-rounded individuals with their own foibles, enriching both the comedy and pathos.

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Critics Consensus: Grounded by a disturbingly powerful performance by Elle Fanning, The Girl from Plainville dramatizes a sordid true story with tasteful restraint.

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Critics Consensus: Plunking two famous funnymen into the unpredictable journey of a sports documentary, Welcome to Wrexham is a calculated gamble that pays off.

#64

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Critics Consensus: The Afterparty sometimes strains to keep the jamboree of yuks going, but its ambitious melding of genres and extensive guest list of actors make for a worthwhile nightcap.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Women of the Movement enlivens the tragedy of Emmett Till with solid storytelling and a deeply moving pair of performances by Adrienne Warren and Cedric Joe.

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Critics Consensus: The Summer I Turned Pretty doesn’t need more time to become a swan, coming out of the gate a solidly charming and sweet rom-com with appeal across generations.

#61

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Folding together time-traveling wonder with a strong ensemble of youngsters who are as dimensional as origami, Paper Girls is an absolute blast to the future.

#60

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Critics Consensus: The honeymoon is over for Jessie and Tom’s courtship as well as Starstruck‘s euphoric thrill, but Rose Matafeo’s comedy still charms with observations about the ordinary challenges of sustaining extraordinary love.
Directed By: Jamie Jay Johnson

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Our Flag Means Death‘s gentle sensibility doesn’t quite strike comedic gold, but its bemusing band of buccaneers are endearing enough that viewers seeking a comforting watch will find bountiful booty.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has seemingly run out of fresh material, but it continues to reward fans with expert delivery and snappy presentation.

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Critics Consensus: The Staircase doesn’t hold many surprises for those already intimate with the original documentary, but this dramatization brings a fresh perspective and texture to the mystery — along with a terrific performance by Colin Firth.

Reacher: Season 1 (2022)
92%

#56

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Reacher captures the trademark bulk of its titular hero while trading away some of his definition, but fans of the novels will find plenty to love about this faithful adaptation.

#55
Adjusted Score: 93578%
Critics Consensus: Affectionate and revealing, Return to Hogwarts offers an intimate glimpse into how the making of the Harry Potter franchise delivered its own special kind of magic for those involved.
Synopsis: In this retrospective special, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson join filmmaker Chris Columbus and other legendary cast members… [More]
Directed By: Casey Patterson

Julia: Season 1 (2022)
93%

#54

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Sarah Lancashire portrays Julia Child with infectious joie de vivre in this appetizing valentine to the iconic chef.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: A spiritual successor to The Wire with an even more pessimistic outlook on law enforcement, We Own This City deftly explores compromised individuals to paint an overall picture of systemic corruption.

Chloe: Season 1 (2022)
94%

#52

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Chloe can sometimes strain credulity, but Erin Doherty’s excellent performance brings a human touch to this technological thriller.

#51

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Rehearsal gives Nathan Fielder carte blanche to take his absurdist comedy to the limit, which he pushes even further past with deadpan aplomb in what might be his most uncomfortably funny feat yet.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: A League of Their Own puts some spin on its pitch, lobbing a serialized expansion that swerves dangerously close to anachronism but hits home thanks to a roster filled with all-stars and a field rich with possibilities.

#49

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: John Cena’s still in solid form in Peacemaker, leading a bloody good time that gives writer-director James Gunn full permission to let his freak flag fly.

#48

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Blessed with Suranne Jones’ exquisite performance and some of the crispest dialogue on television, Gentleman Jack remains a total ace.

#47

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Bold, bombastic, and just the right amount of baffling, Rick and Morty‘s fifth season is an action-packed journey that may finally put Rick in his place.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Ben Whishaw’s live-wire performance of an exhausted doctor powers This is Going to Hurt, a smart drama full of humor and pain.
Directed By: Lucy Forbes

#45

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Slow Horses refreshes the espionage genre by letting its band of snoops be bumbling, with Gary Oldman giving a masterclass in frumpy authority.

From: Season 1 (2022)
96%

#44

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Ably anchored by Harold Perrineau, From is an intriguing journey toward a mysterious destination.

Undone: Season 2 (2022)
96%

#43

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Undone broadens out into a family affair in a gorgeously trippy continuation that’s as heady as it is moving.

Industry: Season 2 (2022)
96%

#42

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Finessing complicated financial jargon into scathing repartee, Industry‘s stock is way up in this superlative sophomore season full of frustrated ambitions and tested loyalties.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Sweetly nostalgic without sacrificing substance, The Wonder Years captures the magic of the original while adding necessary nuance and context to its tale of Black life in America.

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Critics Consensus: Single Drunk Female‘s clear-eyed chronicle of the challenges of sobriety is a joy, thanks in part to some spiky satire and Sofia Black-D’elia’s spirited star turn.

#39

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Catnip for cinephiles and a welcome spotlight for the spellbinding Alicia Vikander, Irma Vep is a worthwhile expansion of writer-director Olivier Assayas’ cinematic opus.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Employing some risky stylistic flourishes that Andy Warhol himself might have approved of, these Diaries are a revelatory glimpse into the inner life of a purposefully unknowable artist.
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#37

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Jamie Dornan makes for a compelling guide through The Tourist, a beguiling drama that deepens its mystery with solid shocks and welcome moments of levity.

#36

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: For All Mankind‘s third season goes as far as Mars while maintaining a homey focus on its original ensemble, delivering another epic adventure with an intimate focus.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Diabolical‘s animated shorts pack the same supersized punch as The Boys, transposing the original series’ scabrous social commentary into a cartoonish medium that’s just as much devilish fun — and definitely not for kids.

The House: Season 1 (2022)
97%

#34

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Whether you’re a fan of stop-motion animation or just looking for something deeply, alluringly weird, The House will feel like home.
Starring:

Minx: Season 1 (2022)
97%

#33

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The rapport between Ophelia Lovibond and Jake Johnson is the irresistible centerfold of Minx, a bawdy and sharp comedy that merits a full-page spread.

Atlanta: Season 3 (2022)
97%

#32

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Atlanta takes Paper Boi and his entourage out of Georgia, but this inspired third season proves that the more things change, the more they stay weird.

#31

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Not all of Russian Doll‘s gambles pay off in this ambitious and thrillingly audacious second season, but the show’s willingness to take risks is often its own reward.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Dennis Lehane’s penchant for authentic grit is on full display in Blackbird, an absorbing prison drama distinguished by its moral complexity and elevated by an outstanding ensemble.

Severance: Season 1 (2022)
97%

#29

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Audacious, mysterious, and bringing fresh insight into the perils of corporate drudgery, Severance is the complete package.

#28

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Ms. Marvel is a genuinely fresh addition to the MCU — both stylistically and substantively — with Iman Vellani ably powering proceedings with her super-sized charisma.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: With a playful tone and an expansive sweep that allows Anne Rice’s gothic opus to mull like a chalice of blood, Interview with the Vampire puts a stake through concerns that this story couldn’t be successfully resurrected.
Directed By: Alan Taylor, Keith Powell

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Abbott Elementary earns top marks for its empathetic yet sidesplitting critique of the U.S. education system, plus some extra credit for a deftly handled will-they-won’t-they dynamic.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: W. Kamau Bell deftly unpacks the Cosby scandal by allowing the conversation to be uncomfortable, yielding a robust examination of the disgraced entertainer and the culture that enabled him.
Starring:

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Only Murders in the Building gets a new lease on life with a knottier sophomore outing that retains the series’ core charm and wit.

The Boys: Season 3 (2022)
98%

#23

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Managing to up the ante on what was already one of television’s most audacious satires, The Boys‘ third season is both bracingly visceral and wickedly smart.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Strange New Worlds treks across familiar territory to refreshing effect, its episodic structure and soulful cast recapturing the sense of boundless discovery that defined the franchise’s roots.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Better Call Saul remains as masterfully in control as Jimmy McGill keeps insisting he is in this final season, where years of simmering storytelling come to a scintillating boil.

Rap Sh!t: Season 1 (2022)
100%

#20

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Issa Rae’s razor-sharp sensibility is fully felt in Rap Sh!t, a raucous chronicle of female camaraderie and youthful ambition.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Spanning an epic runtime, George Carlin’s American Dream is an exhaustive and revealing retrospective on the beloved comedian’s career that ought to be mandatory viewing for standup fans.

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Critics Consensus: Lizzo acquits herself splendidly as master of ceremonies in Watch Out for the Big Grrrls, a joyous reality competition that’s equal parts fun and uplifting.

#17

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Responder is unrelentingly dark and inescapably absorbing, with Martin Freeman’s hangdog performance carrying the drama.
Directed By: Tim Mielants, Fien Troch

#16

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Serpent Queen dramatizes one of history’s most infamous monarchs with a deft, sardonic touch, with Samantha Morton’s commanding star turn likely to swallow viewers’ attention whole.

#15

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Bittersweet, funny as ever, and brimming with wisdom, Better Things‘s final sendoff is as good as it gets.

#14

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Reservation Dogs has bittersweet bite in its sophomore season as it mines more difficult dilemmas than before with its spiky sense of humor, making for a piquant portrait of a community and a place.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Aside from turning this demonic household into Three Vampires and a Baby, What We Do in the Shadows doubles down on what it does best without drastically changing the formula — and remains fang-tastic all the same.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Kids in the Hall have become seasoned comedy veterans without missing a beat, delivering a fresh set of sketches that will delight longtime fans.

#11

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Peaky Blinders‘ sixth season gracefully addresses the untimely passing of star Helen McCrory while setting the stage for a fitting climax to this epic saga of likable scalawags.
Directed By: Anthony Byrne

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Led by a captivating Bridget Everett, Somebody Somewhere explores the human condition with tenderness, grace, and warmth.

Mo: Season 1 (2022)
100%

#9

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Frequently hilarious while possessing an absorbing sense of place, Mo is a thoughtful depiction of the immigrant experience that is light on its feet.

Dark Winds: Season 1 (2022)
100%

#8

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Zahn McClarnon is riveting as a coiled cop in Dark Winds, a solid procedural that derives much of its texture from an underrepresented cultural milieu.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Marrying state of the art visual effects with equally immersive narration by David Attenborough, Prehistoric Planet wondrously brings viewers back to the age of dinosaurs.
Directed By: Jon Favreau, Mike Gunton

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Fluidly animated and intelligently scripted, The Legend of Vox Machina is an addictive treat for fans of Dungeons & Dragons-style RPGs.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: The Last Movie Stars delivers the goods as a revealing retrospective of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward’s romance, but director Ethan Hawke elevates this docuseries into a revelatory exploration of marriage and stardom.

Bad Sisters: Season 1 (2022)
100%

#4

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Dark secrets are a family affair in Bad Sisters, a riotously funny murder mystery that makes fine use of its gifted ensemble while exemplifying creator and star Sharon Horgan’s penchant for salty warmth.

Hacks: Season 2 (2022)
100%

#3

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Hacks hits the road, but Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder remain very much at home with each other in a sterling sophomore season that finds novel ways to deepen the central pair’s lovable friendship.

Barry: Season 3 (2022)
100%

#2

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Bill Hader and company can take a well-deserved bow — Barry makes its belated return to the screen without missing a step, retaining its edge as one of television’s funniest and most unsettling offerings.

#1

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: An inclusive romance told with striking sensitivity, Heartstopper is so effortlessly charming that viewers won’t dare skip a beat.

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