The Terror: Infamy is haunting, unwieldy, and one of the most relevant shows of the year

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The first season of The Terror was frighteningly good, a profound and unsettling tale of an expedition gone wrong. But its horrors were just the tip of the iceberg—the hubris of the Royal Navy officers (and, by extension, the evils of British imperialism) doomed the crews of the HMS Terror and the HMS Erebus as much…

These new Lodge 49 teasers are aimed at anyone who still has no idea what the show's about

Last year, Lodge 49 emerged in the sleepy summer TV landscape to beguile anyone who took a chance on the Jim Gavin and Peter Ocko series despite not having a firm grasp on what the show has to offer. Is it a comforting hangout comedy, a sunny yet existential drama, or both? Well, it’s something you really have to see…