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Greatest TV Characters - Annalise Keating from How To Get Away With Murder

For Intentional Women's Day 2021. we revisit some of our Greatest TV Characters features, looking at TV's best female characters. Becky Kukla looks at the modern reimagining of Annalise Keating from How To Get Away With Murder...

Greatest TV Characters - Starbuck (Kara Thrace) from Battlestar Galactica

For Intentional Women's Day 2021. we revisit some of our Greatest TV Characters features, looking at TV's best female characters. Becky Kukla looks at the modern reimagining of Starbuck  from Battlestar Galactica...

Lynn + Lucy Review

Lifelong best friends find their relationship tested

House of Hummingbird Review

A beautifully intricate coming-of-age drama which lingers

Fanny Lye Deliver'd Review

An unforgettable folk-horror-western fable

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy VS The Reverend Review

Kimmy Schmidt is back and this time you get to decide how her story plays out...

Quiz: Review

Was Charles Ingram guilty? Three-part ITV drama Quiz examines the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire scandal

Inside No. 9: 5.02 Death Be Not Proud

An impressive cast struggle against the tonal issues of the latest episode.

Inside No. 9: 5.01 ‘The Referee’s A W***er’

Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton dissect the beautiful game (and win) in Inside No.9's latest offering

Dolittle Review

He’s just not a people person

Greatest TV Seasons: The X Files Season Three (1993-1994)

How do you pick the greatest season of one of the greatest TV shows of all time? Becky Kukla looks back at the third season of The X Files

Citizen K Review

A sweeping look at Post-Soviet Russia from the perspective of a oligarch-turned-political dissident

The End of the F***ing World: Season Two Review

The End of the F***ing World is back for a second season. But where do you go after the first?

LFF 2019: Instinct Review

Carice van Houten flirts with danger in this confrontational interrogation of desire and consent

LFF 2019: Honey Boy Review

Shia LeBeouf and Alma Har’el’s soul-baring exploration of the long term effects of emotional abuse