Marja-Lewis Ryan reimagines her hit 2000s show for the current LGBT+ community, with mixed results.
By Emma Fraser
British star Naomi Ackie joins Jessica Barden for the second season of the dark teen comedy.
The show’s final season finds our equine protagonist in a self-reflective mood.
HBO’s remix of Alan Moore’s graphic novel is a strange, complicated beast – and all the better for it.
Jill Soloway’s hit series bows out in style, but the big, brassy show tunes don’t always hit the right notes.
The latest anime series from Shinichirō Watanabe is among his kindest and most soulful to date.
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Age of Resistance honours its predecessor visually and spiritually.
By focusing on the Atlanta Child Murders, Netflix’s crime drama taps into the complex social and political history of the region.
This soulless documentary is an insult to subscribers who wanted to learn more about Japanese animation.
David Fincher and Netflix’s crime thriller returns 16 August – with some familiar faces...
How Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, two stand-up comedians with contrasting worldviews, made the most influential sitcom of the ’90s.
Charlie Brooker flips the script in the show’s fifth season, focusing on the nuances of male relationships.
The director’s dramatisation of the Central Park jogger case is a vital true crime chronicle.
Tanya Saracho’s Starz comedy incisively skewers the gentrification of Los Angeles’ Latino neighbourhoods.
By Emma Fraser
Essential viewing to fill the Phoebe Waller-Bridge shaped void in your life.
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The Get Out and Us director has delivered a fresh set of sci-fi nightmares.
Over five seasons, Abbi and Ilana have taught us the value of female friendship in a way few other shows have.