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Full Frontal With Samantha Bee: Season 1


Critic Consensus: Full Frontal with Samantha Bee adds a female perspective to late-night TV - and one that's fresh and funny enough to deserve more than just one show a week.

Outlander: Season 2


Critic Consensus: Outlander returns for a second addictive season of mystery and sweeping romance as Claire and Jamie take on Paris.

The Americans: Season 4


Critic Consensus: With its fourth season, The Americans continues to deliver top-tier spy drama while sending its characters in directions that threaten to destroy their freedoms - and their lives.

Catastrophe: Series 2


Critic Consensus: Catastrophe delivers a strong second season that deepens the drama while remaining spit-take funny.

Orphan Black: Season 4


Critic Consensus: Orphan Black makes a 180-degree return to its roots with an experimental fourth season that delves deeper into the show's strange, innovative premise.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season 2


Critic Consensus: Not letting up in season two, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is still odd in the best of ways, wonderfully building on its unique comedy stylings and brilliantly funny cast.

Underground: Season 1


Critic Consensus: Underground blends credible terror with enough compelling thrills to overcome the storyline's occasional cliches.

The Night Manager: Miniseries


Critic Consensus: The Night Manager's smart writing and riveting story are elevated all the more by Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston's captivating performances.

Game of Thrones: Season 6


Critic Consensus: Bloody and captivating as always, Game of Thrones plunges back into the midst of a world touched by grief, dread, and precarious sexuality.

The Girlfriend Experience: Season 1


Critic Consensus: The darkly fascinating (and utterly bingeworthy) The Girlfriend Experience powers past any shortcomings with a breakout performance by Riley Keough.

11.22.63: Season 1


Critic Consensus: Though the execution feels almost as dated as the period it represents, 11.22.63 gradually reveals a compelling, well-performed series of events.

The Path: Season 1


Critic Consensus: With strong performances, deep writing, and skilled direction, The Path offers an absorbing observation of the human condition, even if a rushed pace occasionally blunts the impact.