A disappointing season by Deadwood standards, but it’s still great TV.
This Irish Western miniseries has a promising start, but can’t quite get the job done.
There’s nothing quick about this weeknight Western, despite the powers of Sam Elliott.
I’m clearly not McCarthy’s target audience because this book was the absolute worst.
The most brilliant TV Western of all time continues in its poetic genius.
An outstanding Australian Western about the brutal racism toward Indigenous people.
Some strong acting in this modern Western wasn’t enough to save the puzzling script.
Val Kilmer and the cast of talented Native actors can’t save the terrible pacing.
An easy-watching Western that’s just dark and different enough.
It hurts to say it, but this is a terrible James Garner Western.
A cheap, cheesy horror Western that’s good for a laugh.
This fantasy-Western novel is a brilliantly original spin on that famous man named Wyatt Earp.
A ‘SouthWestern’ for people who love awesome storytelling AND fantastically graphic gunfights.
Dark, brutal, and extremely hard to watch – but absolutely worth it.
A powerful Western for the ages. All of them. Especially if you’re feeling your age right now.
Not so much a Western as a legal drama that happens to star John Wayne.