In his regular TV column, Jim Hemphill gets caught up in the ABC crime series, which channels Soderbergh and Hitchcock at their entertaining best.
The endlessly debated question of whether the small screen has surpassed the big screen? It's now obsolete, says Matthew Wilder.
On Liberace's birthday, Zach Clark writes about Soderbergh's biopic of the flamboyant entertainer, which is about to leave Amazon Prime.
An appreciation of the best show on television as Soderbergh's stewardship on it sadly comes to an end.
The smell of death and a striving for betterment define Soderbergh's beautifully crafted turn-of-the-century miniseries, a TV show for the ages.