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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Must-watch: Louis Theroux’s Dark States

This month has seen the return of much-loved documentarian (and national treasure) Louis Theroux to the BBC. In this latest trilogy of documentaries, it...

Blue Planet II: A review

This month has seen the return of David Attenborough to our screens and (the return of David Attenborough to our) oceans as he uncovers...

“Friends” and homophobia

As Friends finally came to Netflix, so did a flood of complaining millennials watching for the first time and articles claiming that the iconic,...

Plan your summer TV binge

For the final issue of the semester I thought I’d set you all in good stead with some summer television inspiration. I did initially...

Is Modern Family worn in or wearing out?

Now in its seventh season, Modern Family was one of the most anticipated premieres airing in September. The last episode of season six left...

Anthology television: the comeback of continually evolving shows

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

Whitewashing the walls of period dramas

Daisy Treloar explores the rampancy of racism in the casting of historical television dramas.

All for one: The Musketeers review

The BBC's adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' classic is a welcome reinvention

How I Met Your Mother: a love story for now

The long-running sitcom has offered one of the purest depictions of love ever seen on screen, argues Isabelle Bousquette

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

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