It’s the Christmas vac. You need to find the next best thing to procrastinate to besides Netflix, but the news is far too depressing and Film 4 just ain’t cutting it with yet another Carry On film. You need daytime TV. But which show? You’re looking for something to watch while you browse Facebook and Read More…
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.
Alison Hall on the rather disappointing rekindling of the classic TV show, Spitting Image.
Chloé Agar reviews The Haunting of Bly Manor, the recently released sequel to The Haunting of Hill House.
Sarah Lewis reviews ‘Emily in Paris’, starring Lily Collins, a comedy drama which has recently been released on Netflix.
A review of DES, an ITV drama which effectively depicts the criminal’s mindset and culpability, lauding in particular David Tennant’s acting in the titular role.
Like the majority of my South Asian friends (and my mum’s friends and cousins and aunties who aren’t really aunties), I was inexplicably drawn to Netflix’s new show Indian Matchmaking. Arranged marriages are something that are very commonly associated with the South Asian community, but not something that has happened in my family for quite Read More…