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Twin Peaks season 3 decoder: Vision of Laura

By Martyn Conterio

In Part 10, a callback to Fire Walk with Me provides one of the show’s most surprising moments.

Twin Peaks season 3 decoder: The redemption of Bobby Briggs

By Martyn Conterio

In Part 9, Twin Peaks’ resident bad boy finally appears to have come good.

Twin Peaks season 3 decoder: Nuclear Bo(m)b

By Martyn Conterio

Mushroom clouds and glowing orbs – was this the most experimental hour of television ever to air?

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.

Twin Peaks season 3 decoder: Annie Blackburn

By Martyn Conterio

Could Heather Graham be about to make a shock return to Twin Peaks?

The Handmaid’s Tale contains a chilling environmental warning

By Lewis Gordon

The hit dystopian series isn’t just about violence against women.

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.

Remembering On the Air – David Lynch and Mark Frost’s doomed ’90s sitcom

By Alex Denney

The original cast and crew discuss the making of this short-lived follow-up to Twin Peaks.

Twin Peaks season 3 decoder: Electricity

By Martyn Conterio

David Lynch and Mark Frost have again hinted at the underlying meaning of this recurring motif.

Twin Peaks season 3 decoder: Buenos Aires

By Martyn Conterio

With Dale Cooper’s situation becoming clearer, our attentions turn to Phillip Jeffries and an unexpected trip to South America.

Twin Peaks season 3 decoder: Blue rose

By Martyn Conterio

This mystery code word takes on a new meaning in the show’s latest episodes.

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.

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