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The Mick and the art of the unlikable female character

By Roxanne Sancto

Kaitlin Olson’s walking catastrophe is a welcome shock to the sitcom system.

Sense8’s Christmas Special celebrates the power of human connection

By Roxanne Sancto

The episode brilliantly brings the true spirit of the holiday season to life.

Tom Hardy on playing the ultimate anti-hero in Taboo

By Adam Woodward

The actor reveals details of his upcoming BBC drama – your new TV obsession.

Inside No. 9 continues to delve into dark comedy with The Devil of Christmas

By Roxanne Sancto

This year’s holiday special provides the perfect blend of humour and horror.

30 TV shows you can’t afford to miss in 2017

By Little White Lies

Must-see series coming your way next year including Taboo, American Gods and Stranger Things.

Brit Marling on her convention-breaking new show The OA

By Adam Woodward

The actor and writer discusses ‘genre slipstreaming’ and her anxieties about our digital age.

Watch Justice’s infectiously sunny Thelma & Louise inspired video

By Little White Lies

Susan Sarandon gets her ’90s groove on in the band’s latest video.

2016 has been a stellar year for strong, complex female characters

By Roxanne Sancto

From Fleabag to Transparent, the year’s best television has been dominated by incredible women.

Why the return of Gilmore Girls is the perfect remedy for 2016

By Ella Donald

Netflix’s revival of the hit comfort food drama couldn’t have come at a better time.

Why is TV so reluctant to embrace body diversity?

By Roxanne Sancto

Orange is the New Black and Girls are rare examples of shows which seek to normalise diverse body types.

Paolo Sorrentino’s The Young Pope provides a test for millennial atheists

By Jamie Mackay

The director’s Jude Law-starring drama shows the seductive power of religion in uncertain times.

Why Demon Seed is the perfect companion piece to Black Mirror

By Lauren Thompson

Before Charlie Brooker’s dark social satire, there was Donald Cammell’s technophobic sci-fi.

The Fall and the subtle power of slow-burn storytelling

By Roxanne Sancto

In an age of instant gratification, crime dramas like The Fall and The Night Of are favouring a steadier pace.

Black Mirror is the perfect antidote to the ‘Bury Your Gays’ trope

By Ella Donald

The new season of the dark social satire features a refreshingly tragedy-free queer relationship.

Brutal honesty and bruised egos in HBO’s Divorce

By Roxanne Sancto

Sharon Horgan’s brave, brilliant new show offers an authentic warts and all look at a failed marriage.

Black Mirror ‘Nosedive’ review – A dark spin on a modern-day Pleasantville

By Roxanne Sancto

TV’s most thought-provoking social satire is back with a softer vision of a bleak future.

Supergirl gets something Zack Snyder doesn’t – Clark Kent is the real Superman

By Dominic Preston

Kal-El’s mild-mannered alter-ego is key to understanding the character.

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