The dark British comedy’s second season is an unnecessary disappointment.
A show known for bringing out the tissues somehow becomes even more emotional.
With each season, the scripts get tighter, the puns get more clever and the characters develop further.
John Green’s first novel has drawn modern criticism nearly as much as it drew initial success.
The show captures love in unconventional ways, but not every story was equal.
For an animated show, this series gets super real.
Chance the Rapper and Cardi B are helping find the next generation of rap talent.
With the Shame Wizard gone, this season focuses on personal growth.