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And Then There Were None: BBC adaption does not disappoint

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

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...

Shows to beat those autumn blues

Wilfred Wilfred is one of those shows with a premise that seems narratively overwhelming. It stars Elijah Wood as a man who begins seeing his neighbour’s dog as an...

Bake-Off: the show the nation can’t get enough of

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.

Summer 2015: must-watch television

A sample of some of the most exciting TV scheduled to hit screens this summer

Triangle Issues

Poldark, the BBC’s new ratings hit, owes a lot of its success to the beauty of its setting and actors. People fundamentally enjoy looking...

TV shows elevated by their soundtracks

We explore the music that makes TV shows.

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."

Wolf Hall: A clever adaptation of a played out concept

Charting the rise and fall of Thomas Cromwell in the court of Henry VIII, Wolf Hall reached the midpoint of its six episode run...

The top seven reasons to watch ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’

Seven reasons to revisit Sunnydale and the gang