With stars Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum repeating tried-and-tested performances, “The Lost City”‘s success feels assured
Mark Rylance and Sally Hawkins elevate Simon Farnaby’s farcical script into something with genuine emotional heft amongst the folly
Developed by the minds behind The Play That Goes Wrong, The Goes Wrong Show is chaotic, farcical hilarity
Starring Kristen Bell, The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window delights in poking fun at common psychological thriller tropes, but could have gone much further with its comedy
From a screenplay by Matt Lieberman and Zak Penn, Free Guy is a witty, innovative and refreshing film ably supported by a charismatic cast
Bridesmaids co-writers Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo reunite to write and star in a barmy, off-the-wall comedy about two dull Midwesterners on the holiday of a lifetime where they stumble upon an epically bizarre evil plot by a sci-fi villainess
A cleverly written show that balances comedy with social commentary, Superstore is nearly flawless
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.
Created by Tony McNamara, one of the writers of The Favourite, The Great is a quirky, off-kilter romp, that wisely takes liberties with historical fact
Katherine Ryan’s Netflix series ‘The Duchess’ lacks some vital ingredients for a comedy: wit, intelligence and likeable characters Starring Katherine Ryan, Rory Keenan, Katy Byrne, Steen Raskopoulos, Michelle de Swarte, Sophie Fletcher, and Doon Mackichan
Drew Barrymore plays a zombie in this zany and frankly absurd comedy, in which a married suburban couple attempt to balance an ordinary life with her cannibalistic, murderous tendencies.
The second season of “Dead to Me” lives up to the first, continuing to provide well-rounded and complex characters as well as nail-biting and thrilling plotting.
Now available on Netflix, Victoria Wood’s 1998 sitcom demonstrates there’s nothing quite like good, British humour.
The heartwarming ensemble sitcom about a Cuban-American family returns to screens; a warm tonic to calm even the quickest of heartbeats.
An endearing comedy about the struggles of foster care shine a light on an important issue, as well as bringing many a tear to the eye.
Dead To Me is a well-paced traumedy that is gifted life by the formidable execution by creator Liz Feldman in concert with Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini.