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Raphael Bob-Waksberg on what to expect from BoJack Horseman season four

By Cameron Williams

The series creator discusses the show’s hotly-anticipated return.

Death Note

By Elena Lazic

Adam Wingard strips a classic manga story of its cultural relevance in this regrettable adaptation.

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Last Chance U and America’s all-or-nothing sporting dream

By James Luxford

Netflix’s college football documentary series offers a fascinating look at the business of sport and academia.

Dan Harmon, Rick and Morty and the search for meaning

By Roxanne Sancto

Through his cast of complex misfits, the series creator tackles existential themes in a manner unlike any other sitcom or cartoon.

Watch the trailer for Spike Lee’s Netflix Original, She’s Gotta Have It

By Juliette Cottu

Take a peek at the director's first foray into TV and meet the new Nola Darling.

GLOW and the fine line between female empowerment and catering to male fantasy

By Roxanne Sancto

Netflix’s new show emphasises just how deep gender stereotypes run in mainstream media.

Hasan Minhaj is the comic I needed as a teenage immigrant

By Grace Wang

His latest stand-up special, Homecoming King, articulates what it means to grow up as an outsider.

Why Sense8 is like nothing else on TV right now

By Ella Donald

The hit Netflix series is a dizzying, lavish feast that manages to feel epic and intimate at the same time.

Twitter wills a Lupita Nyong’o-Rihanna heist movie into existence

By Amy Bowker

Ava DuVernay will direct the social media-inspired project for Netflix.

Why didn’t Netflix let Bong Joon-ho shoot Okja on 35mm?

By Amy Bowker

The director has spoken out about the streaming giant’s involvement in his latest project.

How Louis CK diminishes the power shame holds over me

By Grace Wang

The comic’s latest special will make you more compassionate towards your most embarrassing thoughts.

Can Noah Baumbach save Adam Sandler’s film career?

By Eve Watling

The While We’re Young director has cast the out of favour comic in The Meyerowitz Stories.

Watch the badass first trailer for Netflix’s Girlboss

By Little White Lies

Britt Robertson stars as Nasty Gal fashion mogul Sophia Amoruso.

The astonishing true story of Hollywood and World War Two

By Adam Woodward

Five Came Back reveals how a handful of famous directors went to war and came back changed.

Netflix is releasing an unfinished Orson Welles film

By Jack Godwin

The Other Side of the Wind is finally being completed and could be available to stream this year.

How Love evens the odds in the romantic comedy stakes

By Cameron Williams

Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust’s characters are valued as individuals before they become a couple.

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