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Transparent Musicale Finale review – A colourful, flawed crescendo

By Roxanne Sancto

Jill Soloway’s hit series bows out in style, but the big, brassy show tunes don’t always hit the right notes.

Science-fiction and songwriting find perfect harmony in Carole & Tuesday

By Kambole Campbell

The latest anime series from Shinichirō Watanabe is among his kindest and most soulful to date.

Netflix’s The Dark Crystal series captures the essence of Henson’s original

By Aimee Knight

Age of Resistance honours its predecessor visually and spiritually.

The American South is the perfect setting for Mindhunter Season 2

By Madeleine Seidel

By focusing on the Atlanta Child Murders, Netflix’s crime drama taps into the complex social and political history of the region.

Audiences deserve better than Netflix’s Enter the Anime

By Henry St Leger

This soulless documentary is an insult to subscribers who wanted to learn more about Japanese animation.

Take a first look inside MINDHUNTER Season 2

By Charles Bramesco

David Fincher and Netflix’s crime thriller returns 16 August – with some familiar faces...

Seinfeld at 30 – The show about nothing that changed everything

By Darren Richman

How Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, two stand-up comedians with contrasting worldviews, made the most influential sitcom of the ’90s.

Black Mirror ‘Striking Vipers’ review – Sexual freedom in nostalgic environments

By Roxanne Sancto

Charlie Brooker flips the script in the show’s fifth season, focusing on the nuances of male relationships.

Ava DuVernay rallies against criminal injustice in When They See Us

By Roxanne Sancto

The director’s dramatisation of the Central Park jogger case is a vital true crime chronicle.

Vida Season 2 review – Operating on Chingona Level

By Roxanne Sancto

Tanya Saracho’s Starz comedy incisively skewers the gentrification of Los Angeles’ Latino neighbourhoods.

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.

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