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El vino did flow – How The Office achieved sitcom perfection

By Darren Richman

Twenty years on, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant’s landmark show reminds us that a good idea is a good idea forever.

The Underground Railroad is a revelatory telling of a complex tale

By Rogan Graham

Barry Jenkins’ adaptation of Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize-winner is a nuanced small-screen masterwork.

Anime Yasuke mixes African history with fantasy thrills

By Kambole Campbell

LeSean Thomas’ six-part animated series is an electrifying vision of a long-ignored legend.

It’s a Sin shows the tragic consequences of misinformation

By Sam Moore

Russell T Davies’ landmark AIDS drama reveals how confusion and fear gripped gay men in 1980s.

Jurassic Lark: The satirical genius of Jim Henson’s Dinosaurs

By Aimee Knight

Animatronic puppets, searing social commentary, this short-lived early ’90s sitcom had it all.

Pretend It’s a City is a wry love letter to pre-pandemic New York

By Madeleine Seidel

Fran Lebowitz and Martin Scorsese sit down for a chat about all things NYC in this engaging Netflix docuseries.

Ethan Hawke delivers a fiery sermon in The Good Lord Bird

By Emma Fraser

He stars as the controversial abolitionist John Brown in Showtime’s Civil War-era historical drama.

We Are Who We Are aches with longing for the summer of youth

By Roxanne Sancto

Luca Guadagnino’s coming-of-age series sees a group of teenagers discover their identities on a coastal army base in Italy.

Netflix’s Ratched is an over-stylised origin story misfire

By Emma Fraser

Some motives are better left undiagnosed, as Ryan Murphy’s glossy prequel series, starring Sarah Paulson as the titular nurse, shows.

Hulu’s PEN15 continues to capture the joy and horror of being 13

By Emma Fraser

Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine play versions of their teenage selves in the hit growing-pains “traumedy”.

HBO’s Lovecraft Country delivers a fierce broadside against bigotry

By Charles Bramesco

Misha Green and Jordan Peele’s 10-part series externalises the darker implications of Lovecraftian lore.

Perry Mason revival delivers with the case of the enticing origin story

By Emma Fraser

HBO’s prequel series sees Matthew Rhys take on the role of the famed Los Angeles defence lawyer.

Michaela Coel delivers a searing performance in I May Destroy You

By Emma Fraser

A young women’s life is derailed by sexual assault in this painfully honest yet humorous 12-part drama.

The Eddy review – A haunting melody that quickly fades

By Charles Bramesco

Damien Chazelle’s eight-part Paris jazz drama scarcely misses a note, but we’ve heard this tune before.

Netflix’s Hollywood is an enticing look at a town of big dreams

By Emma Fraser

Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan’s limited series reveals the price of stardom in Tinseltown’s Golden Age.

Normal People faithfully captures the intensity of Sally Rooney’s novel

By Emma Fraser

This complex tale of first love and friendship is brought to life on screen by two terrific young leads.

Podcasts become strange adventures in The Midnight Gospel

By Kambole Campbell

The new show from the makers of Adventure Time filters personal experiences through psychedelic animation.

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