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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.

Twin Peaks season 3 decoder: The glass cube

By Martyn Conterio

Is this mysterious device Agent Cooper’s ticket into the real world?

Why ‘Homer’s Enemy’ is my favourite Simpsons episode

By Greg Evans

The tragicomic tale of Frank Grimes from 1997 contains a sharply-observed social critique.

Why I’ll miss the brave, flawed brilliance of Lena Dunham’s Girls

By Roxanne Sancto

Millennial attitudes have shifted since the show first aired in 2012, but its core values have endured.

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.

20 things you need to know about Twin Peaks Season 3

By Jack Godwin

Who’s back, who’s missing, and will we see more of the Red Room?

How has diversity on television changed since Girls first aired?

By Marta Bausells

Though criticised from the start, Lena Dunham’s show paved the way for an exciting mix of millennial voices.

How Big Little Lies reveals the underlying pressures of American society

By Roxanne Sancto

The hit HBO show focuses on the emotional realities of three mothers.

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.

Would you want the power to decide how a TV series ends?

By Jack Godwin

Netflix is working on interactive shows with multiple endings.

The supehero genre is finally growing up, but not where you think

By Cameron Williams

Legion is the small-screen saviour of formulaic comic book adaptations.

Check out these first look images from Stranger Things 2

By Little White Lies

The second season of Netflix’s hit show returns this coming Halloween.

I am now a girl who watches Girls

By Manuela Lazic

A former skeptic reveals how her curiosity with Lena Dunham’s show grew into a personal obsession.

Remedial masterpieces for a grieving TV nation

By Roxanne Sancto

Television is now more direct, factual and unabashed than ever in its reflection of our toxic social climate.

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.

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