Here’s everything The A.V. Club reviewed this weekend, from Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. to The Walking Dead. Read more recaps on our TV reviews page.
“Ash Vs. Evil Dead bounces back with its most fulfilling chapter of the season.”
“This week Bob’s Burgers skillfully tackled various aspects of terror from the perspective of not only the Belchers but some much-welcomed guest characters, old and new.”
“Two episodes in, and we’ve already got a clear explanation for why Eve is going to be obsessed with Villanelle for however long this show runs.”
“In his outstanding monologue, John Mulaney called out the strangeness of him hosting Saturday Night Live.”
“A big part of what makes Billions fun is the tension between the show taking its characters seriously and treating them as satirical caricatures of the rich, powerful, and (usually) testosterone-poisoned.”
Hari Kondabolu’s documentary re-aired last night.
“Watching a years’-long story finally come to a conclusion, albeit in ludicrous fashion, is still satisfying.”
“In the first five minutes of the premiere of Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas, the host and former Daily Show correspondent declares his new series a (mostly) Trump-free zone.”
“Amid a miniature boom in science-fiction TV, at a time when one of the medium’s most talked-about series, regardless of genre, is a near-future nightmare, why revisit Lost In Space?”
“Ostensibly a documentary spin on author Peter Guralnick’s comprehensive, analytical biographies Last Train To Memphis and Careless Love, director Thom Zimny’s film isn’t about Elvis the icon so much as it’s about Presley the person.”