For the September Film and Tv review, Jess Steadman offers you the new Netflix series, ‘Young Royals’. With its engaging story, delicate handling of issues and short six episode run it is the perfect end of summer watch!
Meg Hopkins reviews comedian Bo Burnham’s recent feature-length special on Netflix.
The Queen’s Gambit (2020) is Netflix’s most watched miniseries to date. Perhaps an unlikely contender, it combines a tragic but feel-good story with a strong female protagonist and the centuries-old game of chess. Actress Ana-Taylor Joy has earned much critical acclaim for her role in the seven-part series, and the show as a whole has Read More…
Claudia Saalmueller reviews Netflix’s new adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes story, The Irregulars.
Tariq Sinnetamby reviews Capone (2020), exploring whether Josh Trank’s new take on the classic story pays off.
Noah Cohen-Greenberg celebrates four standout comedy shows that shine during dull times in this wonderfully on-the-nose review.
Ollie Nicholls reviews ‘The Dig’: a story of a remarkable discovery in the sleepy Suffolk countryside on the eve of World War Two.
Ursy Reynolds looks at Netflix’s The Ripper and explains why it is a refreshing take on the typical crime documentary.
Sofie Cristobal reviews Bridgerton, the gripping new period drama created by Chris Van Dusen and based on the novels by Julia Quinn.
Lucy Vickers tells us which shows to binge-watch in the New Year, exploring the merits of Euphoria, Dark and The Wilds.