Wednesday, June 28, 2017
After nine seasons of sterling comedy, fans of the show deserved a better ending
The long-running sitcom has offered one of the purest depictions of love ever seen on screen, argues Isabelle Bousquette

Every Doctor has his day

[SPOILERS] Stephen Quinn reviews the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special
Returning sitcoms and Joanna Lumley meeting are among this week's TV highlights

TV Review: The Knick

When Steven Soderbergh announced that he was no longer directing movies, cinema lost a fascinating, multifaceted talent. This is the man who made films as diverse as Sex, Lies and Videotape, Ocean's Eleven, Magic Mike, Erin Brockovich, Solaris, Kafka, and a four-hour Che Guevara biopic. Impressive variety, and even more impressive quality. Fear not, though, because Soderbergh has turned his...

Broken Bad

[SPOILERS] Alex Harrison explores the biggest problem with Breaking Bad: the show's fans
The Great British Bake Off, when you look past the basic mechanics of baking preposterously ornate cakes against the clock, harks back to the Britain of the 1950s, replete with bunting, cheeky innuendo and half decent summer weather.
Seven reasons to revisit Sunnydale and the gang
An attempt at explaining the rationale behind the latest craze hitting our Netflix-numbed brains - Stranger Things.
This week's TV review checks out ITV's The Widower and Twenty Twelve spin-off W1A