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Sense8’s ‘Amor Vincit Omnia’ shows the power of positivity in adversity

By Roxanne Sancto

The feature-length finale gave fans, the characters and the Wachowskis the closure they all deserved.

How The Americans uses pop culture to bridge Cold War politics

By Emma Fraser

References to Russian and US cinema help to make sense of the opposing ideologies of the time.

How Phoebe Waller-Bridge is popularising the female gaze

By Roxanne Sancto

The Fleabag and Killing Eve series creator is putting complex, dangerous, relatable women on screen.

The Handmaid’s Tale Season Two gets off to a harrowing start

By Roxanne Sancto

The situation hasn’t improved for Elisabeth Moss’ Offred in this gripping season opener.

What would you like to see from the Sopranos prequel?

By Joe Boden

David Chase’s quintessential mob series looks set to grace the big screen in 2019.

Atlanta Season 2: ‘Alligator Man’ review – A timely portrait of black America

By Roxanne Sancto

Donald Glover’s hit show returns with another steady mix of satire, dark comedy and cultural narratives.

Derry Girls gives us the Irish joy and comedy we deserve

By Anna Cafolla

Lisa McGee’s candid sitcom is a welcome antidote to the usual portrayals of Northern Ireland.

30 TV shows to look forward to in 2018

By Hannah Woodhead

From Black America to The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, these are the small screen gems headed your way in 2018.

Black Mirror’s Season 4 review: Get set for more Orwellian nightmares

By Roxanne Sancto

Charlie Brooker’s latest collection of sci-fi horrors does not disappoint.

The 20 best new TV shows of 2017

By Hannah Woodhead

From American Gods to GLOW, we take a look at the brightest stars to grace the small screen this year.

Black Mirror ‘Arkangel’ review – Big parent is watching you

By Roxanne Sancto

This episode from Season 4 offers a quietly chilling near-future vision of an over-protective society.

Ronja, the Robber’s Daughter is a pint-sized delight

By Hannah Woodhead

Studio Ghibli take their unique brand of anime magic to the small screen.

Netflix’s She’s Gotta Have It is a timely ode to black womanhood

By Roxanne Sancto

Nola Darling is reborn in this vital update of Spike Lee’s 1986 film.

Network at the National Theatre: taking the screen to the stage

By Hannah Woodhead

As Sidney Lumet’s seminal ’70s satire makes its way to the theatre, we ask is it just a load of sound and fury?

How Alias Grace softens Margaret Atwood’s source novel

By Ella Donald

The Netflix adaptation is characterised by the competing visions of writer Sarah Polley and director Mary Harron.

Stranger Things 2 ‘Chapter One: MadMax’ review

By Roxanne Sancto

This premiere episode sets up more mysterious goings on – but don’t expect any easy answers from the second season.

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