New on TV November 16, 2015 by admin Master Of None: Season 1 Critic Consensus: Exceptionally executed with charm, humor, and heart, Master of None is a refreshingly offbeat take on a familiar premise. Ash Vs. Evil Dead: Season 1 Critic Consensus: True to the movies that spawned it, Ash vs. Evil Dead is a gory, hilarious, and audacious resurrection of Sam Raimi’s beloved horror franchise. Supergirl: Season 1 Critic Consensus: Melissa Benoist shines as Superman’s plucky little cousin in Supergirl, a family-friendly comic-book adaptation that ditches cynicism for heart. The Man In The High Castle: Season 1 Critic Consensus: By executive producer Ridley Scott, The Man in the High Castle is unlike anything else on TV, with an immediately engrossing plot driven by quickly developed characters in a fully realized post-WWII dystopia. W/ Bob And David: Season 1 Critic Consensus: W/ Bob and David offers a long-overdue reunion between Mr. Show principals Odenkirk and Cross – and a suitably hilarious reminder of the reasons for their subsequent individual successes. Flesh And Bone: Season 1 Critic Consensus: Its nuanced female relationships makes Flesh and Bone a realistic portrayal of a professional ballet company, though it suffers from a lack of levity. Into The Badlands: Season 1 Critic Consensus: Into the Badlands is loaded with off-kilter potential that’s left largely unfulfilled — although its well-choreographed action sequences should satisfy martial arts fans. The Guilty: Season 1 Synopsis: A female British police detective investigates the death of a boy whose body was found five years after he vanished. Agent X: Season 1 Critic Consensus: Unintentionally hilarious, poorly paced, and overall redundant, Agent X is a secret agent drama that should have remained secret. Donny!: Season 1 Critic Consensus: Often unfunny and occasionally creepy, Donny! draws unfavorable comparisons to any number of superior improvisational comedies. Wicked City: Season 1 Critic Consensus: Wicked City falls prey to the style-over-substance stereotype of the decade in which it takes place – although it does have a killer ’80s soundtrack. Chicago Med: Season 1 Synopsis: Hospital dramas play out in this “Chicago Fire” spin-off. The Art Of More: Season 1 Synopsis: A working-class social climber finagles his way into the world of New York City auction houses by using the smuggling skills he learned as a soldier in Iraq. Marvel’s Jessica Jones: Season 1 Synopsis: A PTSD-stricken superhero hangs up her costume and opens her own detective agency in this superhero drama.