Doctor Who ends this week’s episode with potentially the biggest cliffhanger in its entire history
Doctor Who‘s latest instalment certainly takes advantage of its serial format
Doctor Who’s most ambitious story to date continues with the return of a fan-favourite enemy
Almost 20 months since the end of the last series, Doctor Who returns for a story of epic proportions
Within its sophomore outing, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series more than that it exists far beyond the shadow of its Disney Channel namesake
This Is Us‘s shorter fifth season is concerned more with intimacy than with spectacle
Despite a solid and promising premiere, NBC’s Smash‘s star burnt out before it could set the world ablaze
AKA The One With Nostalgia Factor And Not Much Else
What are you waiting five?
Adapted from Leigh Bardugo’s bestselling fantasy series, Netflix’s Shadow and Bone is a massively engaging hit
BBC’s I May Destroy You, created, written, co-directed and starring Michaela Coel doesn’t shy away from heavy issues surrounding sexual assault, personal boundaries and consent
Luckily, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier did not serve as the debut to the MCU gracing the silver screen, else Marvel’s grand TV plans may have found themselves dead in the water.
Love, Victor addresses some of the criticism aimed at 2018 movie Love, Simon
After the dip in quality in the third season, This Is Us‘s return is hugely engrossing and cohesive
In providing the most shocking ending possible, Behind Her Eyes’ creators appear to have forgotten that a shocking ending does not, in fact, make a good one, nor is it a meaningful substitute for a lack of character development, tension or coherence
With everything revealed about Jack’s demise, This Is Us‘ third outing wobbles slightly in reframing the purpose of their flashbacks, as well as slightly overestimating the audience’s continued interest in Jack’s character
This Is Us continues to provide mystery and depth in its brilliantly written and performed sophomore season, finally delivering answers on the fate of the Pearson family patriarch
Marvel’s latest televisual creation is less creatively groundbreaking than predecessor WandaVision, but continues the trend of exploring the value of quiet, emotional moments in amongst the blockbuster action
With gorgeous properties and ordinary people who think themselves experts because they once read half a chapter of an e-book on property development while waiting for their washing to dry, there’s little not to enjoy about Instant Hotel
The wholesome Reality TV series, from the creators of The Great British Bake Off, has been the perfect tonic to a dreary Winter in lockdown
A cleverly written show that balances comedy with social commentary, Superstore is nearly flawless
The hit American TV show is at turns beautiful, heartwarming, tear-jerking and heart-wrenching but never feels emotionally manipulative
MCU’s first TV series comes to a spectacular close, as Wanda finally confronts what she’s been running from all along.
“Previously On” circles its attention back on the woman in the centre of the madness, in the most emotional the MCU has ever been.
Charmed enjoys a soft reset and a fresh return to form as it starts its Season 3 arc
Bright and colourful Italian cartoon Winx Club gets the Riverdale treatment, seemingly losing sight of the appeal of the original
Adapted from New York Times’ massively popular column of the same name, Amazon Prime’s Modern Love explores a host of different relationships, without becoming too saccharine or losing its realism
An ordinary couple’s world is shaken when their son is accused of murder, especially when they start to doubt his innocence themselves
WandaVision delivers its most game-changing cliffhanger yet.
Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston excel in Apple TV+’s first foray into original programming
The brainchild of Harlan Coben, Netflix’s eight-part drama series features all of the expected tenets of thriller fiction.
Created by Mindy Kaling, Never Have I Ever is deeply honest in its writing, and series lead Maitreyi Ramakrishnan is incredibly endearing.
Despite its unusual premise, You Me Her continues to be characterised by its realistic writing and grounded portrayals.
The televisual adaptation of Celeste Ng’s book, Little Fires Everywhere thrives off the fraught tension between its two leads.
WandaVision continues to intrigue, as Episode 6 sets up brilliant conflict to come, while also conjuring a host of additional questions.
A thriller series with a crucial twist
Worlds continue to collide, as reality bleeds through into Wanda’s utopian dream, while a surprise cameo has potentially universe-changing effects.
WandaVision takes a break from Westview’s constructed reality to inject some MCU-style narrative drive
The contentious reboot to beloved ’90s fantasy returns for its third season, though with possibly less action than fans may have expected
The Channel 4 drama tackles a weighty subject that Davies has avoided writing about for years: The AIDS crisis