Sanditon episode 1 review: A promising start to what could be a groundbreaking new series

While an adaptation of a classic Jane Austen novel is usually a solid bet for…

From Castle Rock to Big Little Lies – 5 of the best book to TV adaptations to watch now

Not all book adaptations are worth your while, and some you may not have known…

Dead To Me review: A resonant, biting dark comedy

Dead to Me is a resonant, biting show with moments of pure joy that seamlessly segue…

Tales of the City review: A delightful, absorbing series with a bountiful heart

Tales of the City has rose tinted glasses on. It has a slow, summer quality…

What/If review: A soapy drama that struggles to keep the right momentum

Netflix’s What/If is a soapy drama from the creators of Revenge and it has the same captivation:…

Why you should be watching It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia

Despite its 13 season run, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has flown largely under the…

Saying farewell to The Durrells – the most joyful British show on TV

Saying goodbye to a TV show that you’ve invested time, energy and emotion in across…

The Society season 1 review: A teen drama that doesn’t completely tread the same old tropes

Netflix continues to give the people what they want, if those people (like me) want…

Why it took me so long to watch The Wire and why you should be watching it now

For a show built around characters of many shades of grey, with good and bad…

Why you need to watch Terrace House: Boys & Girls in the City

Missing out on Terrace House is a bit more forgivable than other shows. Yes, it…

Why Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Crashing deserves as much attention as Fleabag and Killing Eve

As the third child of writer-actor Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the fact that Crashing more or less crashed…

Why you should be watching Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood on Netflix

For any anime fan, this franchise looms larger than most, so having not watched it…