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Monday, November 12, 2018

“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,...

And Then There Were None: BBC adaption does not disappoint

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

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...

Channel 4’s Derry Girls: A review

In Channel 4’s latest comedy offering we see familiar stories of teenage antics transported to a troubled corner of Northern Ireland during the ‘90s....

Stereotyping East Asians on TV

The strikes have given me a lot of free time to binge-watch the American sitcom “Fresh off the Boat”. Just to give a quick...

13 Reasons Why You Should Watch “Thirteen Reasons Why”

1.)   John Green - Though lacking in readership compared to John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars or Gayle Forman’s If I Stay, Jay...

Reality TV is making us lose our humanity

I’m partial to watching Kim and Khloe eat massive salads, watching the political commentaries of Love Island contestants, and even trying to understand what...

TV shows elevated by their soundtracks

We explore the music that makes TV shows.

Review: The Young Pope

László Szegedi reviews The Young Pope, HBO's visually and mentally arresting ten-part series.

In Praise of Pilot Season

The rise of Netflix and its fellow streaming services have changed the way the world watches television, but the question of how it has...