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Inside Fyre: How a luxury music festival went up in smoke

By April Clare Welsh

A new Netflix documentary reveals the crazy truth behind the greatest party that never happened.

What shows like Sex Education and Luther teach us about therapists

By Sarah Gonnet

Gillian Anderson and Hermione Norris’ characters fuel the myth that therapy is something to be feared.

15 Netflix Originals to look out for in 2019

By Rory Marsh

Our preview of the streaming site’s upcoming slate includes a Paul Rudd doppelgänger comedy and a dark update of Groundhog Day.

Martin Scorsese’s new Bob Dylan documentary is coming to Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story is set for release later this year.

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is a brilliant, urgent comment on mental illness

By Sarah Gonnet

The episode’s interactive nature has the potential to expand our understanding of psychosis.

Why Netflix’s live-action remake of Cowboy Bebop is destined to fail

By Kambole Campbell

Shinichiro Watanabe’s singular ’90s show is yet another classic anime that should be left well alone.

Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

By Adam Woodward

Andy Serkis and an all-star cast fail to breathe new life into Rudyard Kipling’s cherished adventure.

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The Christmas Chronicles

By Elena Lazic

Kurt Russell’s charming turn as Santa Claus makes this a festive family adventure to savour.

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What Daniel Sloss’ Netflix special teaches us about love, actually

By James Morton

The Scottish stand-up’s “love letter to single people” brilliantly challenges unrealistic ideas of romance.

Heaven can’t help a teenage witch in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

By Hannah Woodhead

Netflix puts a spooky twist on a ’90s TV staple for their latest Original series.

Guillermo del Toro is making an animated Pinocchio feature for Netflix

By Adam Woodward

The Mexican filmmaker is set to write and direct a stop-motion musical based on the classic children’s fable.

How staircases became one of horror’s most frightening fixtures

By Emma Fraser

From Psycho to Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House, stairs have long played a key role in the genre.

22 July

By Hannah Woodhead

Paul Greengrass shows the action and aftermath of the 2011 Norway attacks in his latest terrorism-driven drama.

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How TV comedies are leading the way on #MeToo

By Caspar Salmon

Shows like BoJack Horseman, GLOW and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt are taking a bold, complex approach to tackling systemic misogyny.

Maniac review: Mesmerising character work in a retrofuturistic setting

By Roxanne Sancto

Emma Stone and Jonah Hill sign up for a mind-bending drug trial in Cary Fukunaga’s immersive miniseries.

Disenchantment and Matt Groening’s lovable, flawed heroes

By James Luxford

The Simpsons creator’s first foray into streaming continues his tradition of subversive central characters.

Netflix’s The Innocents puts a horror twist on teenage romance

By Catherine Pearson

It may look like your average YA fodder, but there’s something sinister lurking beneath the surface of this supernatural drama.

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