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Netflix UK TV review: Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 1

He-Man's return is mostly a load of old bones, but elevated by Bear McCreary's superior score.

Why Katla should be your next box set

Baltasar Kormákur’s sinister, atmospheric Icelandic thriller is a glacial but gripping mystery.

Why you should be watching I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson

You'll be quoting this inventive, hysterical, surprising comedy series for years to come.

Netflix UK TV review: Halston

Ewan McGregor is captivating Ryan Murphy's wildly entertaining biopic of fashion designer Halston.

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous review: A surprisingly dark ride

This entertaining Jurassic Park animation is a surprisingly dark ride.

Why Bridgerton should be your next box set

Be prepared to swoon over this saucy, sumptuous and seriously fun romantic romp.

Netflix UK TV review: The Queen’s Gambit

Anya Taylor-Joy is excellent in Scott Frank's lavish drama about a troubled chess genius.

Why you should catch up with Netflix’s Snowpiercer

This slowed-down take on Bong Joon-ho's sci-fi satire forges its own intriguing destination.

Why Call My Agent! should be your next box set

The more high-profile stuff might get all the attention, but French comedy Call My Agent! (aka Dix Pour Cent) has quietly become one of the very best TV shows on Netflix. A huge success...

Why you should be watching The Bold Type

There’s something about New York, isn’t there? The city that has become, in the modern age, the very idea of the big city and the associated challenges that come with it. The various TV...

9 reasons why everybody should be watching RuPaul’s Drag Race on Netflix UK

RuPaul's Drag Race is assumed by many to be just another reality show or competition series. You know what us Drag Racers say to that? Sashay Away! There is so much more to Drag...

Amazon Prime Video UK

Amazon UK TV review: Truth Seekers

Nick Frost and Simon Pegg's horror comedy is an entertainingly dark ride.

Why you should be watching Alex Rider

This slick, stylish and smart thriller is a James Bond box set the whole family can binge.

Amazon UK TV review: Little Fires Everywhere (spoilers)

This scorching drama is a thoughtful and entertaining look at race, motherhood and regret.

Amazon UK TV review: Homecoming Season 2

Brilliant performances and stylish execution ensures that Homecoming remains a tense, mistrust-laden trip.

Why you should be watching Amazon’s Upload

Greg Daniels' high-concept sci-fi comedy balances absurd silliness with satirical smarts.

Amazon UK TV review: Bosch Season 6

Season 7 of Bosch premieres on Friday 25th June 2021. This review contains spoilers for Season 6. Not seen it? Catch up with our reviews of Season 1 to 5 here. Bosch is back, but his...
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Why you should be watching Parks and Recreation

Warm, funny and irresistibly positive, this comedy never fails to make you smile.


UK TV review: The Twilight Zone: Season 1 and 2

This glossy, promising reboot of The Twilight Zone is entertaining but still needs to find its feet.

First look UK TV review: Brave New World

This lavish adaptation of Aldous Huxley's novel is handsome and slick, but without an edge.
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I Hate Suzie review: Unmissable TV

Billie Piper’s bold and bittersweet TV show is sly, sardonic and simply unmissable.

UK TV review: Betty Season 1 (HBO)

Crystal Moselle's freewheeling follow-up to Skate Kitchen is a beautifully uplifting ride.

Brassic Season 2 review: Bigger, bolder, sillier

Brassic's absurdly entertaining second season is bigger, bolder, sillier - and still refreshingly authentic.

Why you should be watching Code 404

Daniel Mays and Stephen Graham are laugh-out-loud funny in this surprising and silly cop comedy.

Gangs of London review: A dizzyingly brutal crime epic

Gareth Evans' first TV series serves up dizzyingly brutal action in a grippingly dark underworld.

Save Me Too review: Darkly gripping

Beautifully performed and authentically told, Save Me’s sequel is a mature, complex extension of a darkly gripping drama.
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Why you should be watching Parks and Recreation

Warm, funny and irresistibly positive, this comedy never fails to make you smile.