Lana Wilson's doc is engineered to appease her fans and promote Swift's self-awareness, and yet it leaves one feeling that there is still so much…
Allison Shoemaker is a freelance film and television critic based in Chicago. A member of the Chicago Film Critics Association, Allison's work can be found at The AV Club, Comic Book Resources, and at Consequence of Sound, where she's a Senior Film and Television Writer. You can hear her on the podcasts TV Party, Debating Doctor Who, and Podlander Drunkcast: an Outlander Podcast, and you can heckle her on Twitter @allisonshoe.
A review of the new CBS sitcom The Unicorn.
A review of EVIL, a daring new drama from CBS.
The latest series from revered documentarian Ken Burns premieres on Sunday, September 15 on PBS.
A series worthy of deep examination, but which can be most accurately summed up in two words: Watch it.
A review of the new Amazon series Carnival Row, which premieres with its eight-episode season on Friday, August 30.
A review of the second season of Succession, which premieres August 11 on HBO.
A review of the reboot of Veronica Mars, now on Hulu.
An interview with the multi-talented Rachel Bloom about the end of her show, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
Our TV critic Allison Shoemaker picks one of her favorite pieces by Roger.
A review of the third and final season of Jessica Jones, now playing on Netflix.