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
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
A thriller series with a crucial twist
Doctor Who was a staple of BBC’s festive lineup from 2005 – 2017, featuring some of the best and some of the worst in Christmas-themed entertainment
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.
Despite a promising start, Moffat and Gatiss’ latest collaboration ends in a muddled and confusing finale that isn’t as clever as they think it is.
Story arcs have been prevalent in Doctor Who since its revival in 2005, but not all of them have been successful…
Doctor Who tells the tale of the Doctor and his companions as they traverse space and time, but – simply put – some companions are far strongly missed than others
It’s been 15 years since Doctor Who rocketed back onto our screens with “Rose”. To celebrate, Doctor Who fans tuned in simultaneously to host a rewatch, even trending on Twitter UK.
At 7pm on 21st March, Doctor Who fans marked the dire times with a rewatch of 50th anniversary special The Day of the Doctor, and came together as even Steven Moffat took to Twitter to share his own thoughts on the episode. Perennially late to the party, here I am to share my own.