The Crown enters the 80s, bringing with it the most dramatic collection of episodes we have seen in Peter Morgan’s Netflix drama about the nation’s most contentious family.
From the mind of Ryan Murphy comes an alternate imagining of the Golden Age of Hollywood: a tantalising glimpse at what could have been.
The television adaptation of Sally Rooney’s “Normal People” is bristling with tension, and is one of the most engaging and captivating tales of romance and maturation.
The critically acclaimed adaptation of Philip Pullman’s book series returns for its second outing, remaining a visual spectacle and ramping up the tension for an upcoming battle.
(I can only apologise) From the creator of Sex and the City, Emily in Paris has all of the depth of the selfie camera Emily can’t possibly tear her eyes away from, and the emotional integrity of a wet pain au chocolat, and yet I couldn’t stop watching.