BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
“The Affair” continues this interrogation of perspective truth, playing an ambitious hand elegantly.
BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS
Gustin’s Barry is an instantly likeable character; he’s idealistic and admirable in his ambitions, but it's not born out of naiveté.
BY KAREN HUA
While Cristela is naturally witty and charming on screen, it seems improbable that she alone can uphold an entire show where the material feels forced and the jokes diluted.
BY HAILEY MIDDLEBROOK
It’s not that John Mulaney isn’t funny. It’s that he is a writer and a stand-up comedian, not an actor.
BY AKSHAY SETH
They’re showcasing the unique, double threat stand-up we saw in “22 Jump Street” at the Comedy Castle on Sunday.
BY ERIKA HARWOOD
Despite my preconceptions, “Work Hard” turned out and laid down a solid foundation for a season full of Belcher mischief and unconventional yet endearing antics.
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