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Six TV shows to watch if you’re already missing Fleabag

By Emma Fraser

Essential viewing to fill the Phoebe Waller-Bridge shaped void in your life.

Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone is a worthy successor to Rod Serling’s original

By Leila Latif

The Get Out and Us director has delivered a fresh set of sci-fi nightmares.

Broad City Series Finale: An era of shenanigans comes to an end

By Roxanne Sancto

Over five seasons, Abbi and Ilana have taught us the value of female friendship in a way few other shows have.

Fleabag Season 2, Episode 1 review – A passive aggressive party

By Roxanne Sancto

Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s beautifully flawed protagonist is back with a delightful vengeance.

Netflix brings an appropriately weird adaptation of The Umbrella Academy to life

By Kambole Campbell

A disbanded superhero team reunites in this brisk and playful take on Gerard Way’s comic.

Why Russian Doll is more than just another Groundhog Day

By Emma Fraser

Netflix’s hilarious and heartbreaking comedy-drama stretches far beyond the reset gimmick.

Fiona Shaw and Kristin Scott Thomas join the Fleabag cast

By Charles Bramesco

Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s breakout comedy is returning this year with some familiar faces.

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.

True Detective Season 3 review – Mahershala Ali shines as winning formula returns

By Emma Fraser

Series creator Nic Pizzolatto hopes to recapture that debut magic, and he’s found the perfect man for the job.

20 TV shows to look forward to in 2019

By Hannah Woodhead

New shows from Ava DuVernay and Damien Chazelle are set to grace the small screen 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.

The 25 best TV shows of 2018

By Emma Fraser

From Atlanta to The Deuce and Doctor Who to Derry Girls, here are our small-screen highlights from this year.

Queen of discomfort Julia Davis reigns again in Sally4Ever

By Roxanne Sancto

This pitch-black relationship comedy is one of the year’s most excruciatingly awkward – and best – viewing experiences.

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.

My Brilliant Friend ‘The Dolls’ review – A heartfelt portrait of postwar Italy

By Roxanne Sancto

HBO’s adaptation of Elena Ferrente’s novel sees a woman recall the special friendship that changed her life.

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.

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