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Friday, November 16, 2018

And Then There Were None: BBC adaption does not disappoint

Sarah Phelps' adaption of Agatha Christie's classic makes for a great watch

The television revolution: have we entered the golden age of television?

Daisy Treloar contemplates the reasons behind the rise in quality of television shows.

Anthology television: the comeback of continually evolving shows

The renaissance of anthology television - shows experimenting with a new genre every season.

TV week in review #1

Toby Symonds looks back at the last week on the small screen

Call the engines: The Smoke review

Sky once again attempt to create their own first-rate drama. Have they succeeded?

The Walking Dead’s success: Why popularity doesn’t equal quality

Perhaps viewers just don’t care that much about characterization and plot momentum. Perhaps they’re happy if they’re guaranteed the sight of someone getting mauled by the un- dead every episode.

Planet Earth is back, and we couldn’t be happier

Planet Earth, the nature programme presented by a national treasure, and filled with touching mini narratives, lives up to the hype.

Holmes improvements? The many Sherlocks of TV

"Changing John to Joan Watson seemed like a gimmick and essentially Elementary was almost written off, particularly by critics, before the first episode aired."

Downton diary: episode 6

Season 4 episode six of Downton Abbey sees a return to romance after a somber opening

Don’t cancel your streaming subscription just yet

If ever you have found yourself scrolling through social media, you will have no doubt stumbled upon a tweet or a Facebook post that...