On its own, Altered Carbon is a pretty average television show. Sure, it’s a serviceable way to kill a few hours. But held in relief to its corker of a premise - what kind of lives would we live when we no longer died? - Altered Carbon is a…
The killer's in their sights - but there are plenty of questions left unanswered.
The gang close in on the killer, but have problems of their own.
The gang get a break in the case, then tragedy strikes.
A win for feminist entertainment. Less so for superheroic storytelling.
Kovacs has a plan, and we get a look at the other side of the tracks.
Trying to get inside the killer's head takes us to strange new places.
The gang tries to root out the killer and things get a little dark.
Human morality whipsaws all over the place in a world where 'human' means a lot less.
It's the season finale - can the gang turn the war around?
All this murder is starting to get to Kreizler.
Transhumanist futures come with their own stack of problems.
On the blood-soaked streets of New York, the plot thickens.
Discovery gears up to fight the Klingons again.
TNT's new historical horror kicks off strong.
Discovery's adventures in the evil universe finally come to a head.
Michael meets the evil emperor and it all gets a bit personal.
Discovery returns to discover more discoveries in undiscovered regions.