Television

Could a Roald Dahl universe be Netflix’s golden ticket?

Television

Could a Roald Dahl universe be Netflix’s golden ticket?

by Olive Pometsey

The streaming service has announced a new series based on the novelist’s books, but messing with childhood favourites is a dangerous game.
Sabrina settled her $50m lawsuit with the Satanic Temple

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Sabrina settled her $50m lawsuit with the Satanic Temple

by Simon Doherty

Satan won.
I’m a Celebrity…get me out of Brexit

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I’m a Celebrity…get me out of Brexit

by Matthew d'Ancona

Can ‘My Brilliant Friend’ bring foreign language TV to the mainstream?

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Can ‘My Brilliant Friend’ bring foreign language TV to the mainstream?

by Lucy Scholes

Elena Ferrante’s novel took the world by storm, but will it shine as bright on screen?
Dressing the part: How ‘House of Cards’ tackles presidential style

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Dressing the part: How ‘House of Cards’ tackles presidential style

by Susannah Butter

Frank Underwood is gone. America has a new President, his wife, and she is changing how politics is conducted.
Someone must save ‘Luke Cage’

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Someone must save ‘Luke Cage’

by Matthew d'Ancona

Netflix have cancelled the excellent Marvel TV show – who will ride to its rescue?
My Bi Life

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My Bi Life

by Nichi Hodgson

As TV shows 'The Bisexual' and 'The Bi Life' make their way onto mainstream television, our writer reflects on her life as a bisexual.
LFF review: BBC1’s ‘The Little Drummer Girl’ is luxuriously cinematic

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LFF review: BBC1’s ‘The Little Drummer Girl’ is luxuriously cinematic

by Lucy Scholes

Park Chan-wook's television adaptation of John le Carré’s novel is worthy of being viewed in a theatre.
Sell ‘Doctor Who’ to someone who can do it right

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Sell ‘Doctor Who’ to someone who can do it right

by Simon Mason

Jodie Whittaker's Doctor was a hit with most viewers, but our writer isn't quite convinced.
Jodie Whittaker as Doctor Who: Eccentric, energetic and brilliant

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Jodie Whittaker as Doctor Who: Eccentric, energetic and brilliant

by Matthew d'Ancona

As she proudly declared of the newly-forged sonic screwdriver, the Doctor now comes ‘with added Sheffield steel’.
Three weeks and two days in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house

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Three weeks and two days in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house

by Hardeep Singh Kohli

The comedian turned reality TV show contestant on his time spent under the watchful eye of the nation's most famous reality TV show.
The dangers of The Circle

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The dangers of The Circle

by Ryan Cahill

This reality show’s message is that you should mutilate parts of your personality in order to gain acceptance from your peers.
Emily, Claire, my desire

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Emily, Claire, my desire

by David Thomson

Last night, Claire Foy won an Emmy for her role in ‘The Crown’. This is an essay about her and Emily Blunt from our Inaugural Issue.