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The Eurotrash guide to Jean-Luc Godard

By Adam Woodward

The late French New Wave icon was affectionately sent up on the cult 1990s late-night show.

Reckoning with the ghoulish visual spectacle of the Queen’s funeral

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Sophie Monks Kaufman reflects on the cinematic elements and pomp and circumstance surrounding the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

Arsenal: All Or Nothing and the football documentary boom

By Zoheir Beig

As Amazon's latest Premier League doc airs, how much do these prestige football docs really tell us about the beautiful game?

Severance and the myth of work-life balance

By Emily Maskell

Apple TV+’s intriguing workplace drama sets a new, sinister precedent for office culture.

Julia Garner scams her way to the top in Inventing Anna

By Leila Latif

The latest ripped-from-the-headlines drama is glossy but potentially as toxic as its girlboss villain.

The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window is as convoluted as its title

By Roxanne Sancto

Netflix’s self-parodying psychological thriller doesn’t seem to know what kind of show it wants to be.

Netflix’s Maid is an unfiltered portrayal of single motherhood

By Roxanne Sancto

Margaret Qualley gives a stunning performance in this 10-part drama about a young mum who escapes an abusive relationship.

Midnight Mass is a thrilling tribute to Stephen King’s literary legacy

By Leila Latif

Mike Flanagan’s latest Netflix outing, set in a small island community, is his most ambitious and personal work to date.

Nine Perfect Strangers serves up a pitch-black critique of wellness culture

By Roxanne Sancto

Nicole Kidman heads up an irresistible ensemble cast in this insightful social satire from the creator of Big Little Lies.

Reservation Dogs is an authentic and witty Native American comedy

By Roxanne Sancto

Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi’s coming-of-age series is a playful and often poignant indigenous caper.

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.

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