The Flash introduces two new characters and provides some explosive storytelling.
Once in colour, now surviving in black and white, Nigel Kneale's play The Year of the Sex Olympics still proves ahead of its time. Released on DVD by the BFI.
Winn continues his visit and gets some much needed closure in Back From The Future - Part Two
The siege of Mandalore begins...
A solid episode, with a compelling story for Charlotte Hale...
The first villain of the week episode doesn't disappoint...
Its back to the 80s (and 00s) for a cross timeline slasher/teen movie parody in true Legends of Tomorrow style.
The Legends visit 1940s LA which means gangsters (and hats!)
Was Charles Ingram guilty? Three-part ITV drama Quiz examines the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire scandal
Arrow closes the chapter on one of TV's most significant superheroes of all time...
A series of mysterious events occur in an alternate '80's, based on the beautiful art of Simon Stålenhag.
The Flash struggles with its latest Valentines Day-themed episode.
Rich Johnson reviews the opening five episodes of Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal.
It's all doppelgangers and time travel as Winn returns in the lastest epsiode of Supergirl!
Westworld delivers one of its most imaginative episodes yet.
The partly-missing Doctor Who story from 1967 sees the Doctor, Jamie, Polly and Ben fighting an alien threat at Gatwick Airport.