Television

This is your guide to the tv shows to watch out for in the coming months
The Third Day

The Third Day

A mysterious island, a collection of secretive inhabitants, and a large helping of Jude Law – what’s not to like about Sky One’s The Third Day? The show, which represents the latest collaboratio...

Star Trek Picard

Star Trek Picard

Patrick Stewart has had a string of such high-profile roles in the last two decades that it’s easy to forget that the last time we saw him as Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the U.S.S. Enterprise, arguably...

Hampstead Theatre At Home

Hampstead Theatre At Home

North London’s Hampstead Theatre has announced that it is to make some of its productions available online. Under the Hampstead Theatre At Home moniker, the theatre will screen Mike Bartlett’s Wild, B...

Killing Eve Season 3

Killing Eve Season 3

Warning: this article contains major spoilers for Killing Eve season 2. Above all, Killing Eve is a story of psychopaths. It’s about one psychopath who knows she’s a psychopath, and another discoverin...

ITV's new drama Quiz

ITV’s Quiz

James Graham’s play about the cheating scandal that engulfed TV quiz Who Wants To Be A Millionaire has now been turned into a three part ITV series by the man behind such blockbusters as Dangerous Lia...

Gangs Of London

Gangs of London

If you’re a fan of Peaky Blinders, then you are absolutely going to love Gangs Of London. An action packed thriller set in the murky world of London’s warring gangs, the series is a must watch f...

Code 404 Sky One

Code 404 (Sky One)

Its a slightly unusual premise for a comedy, but with the ever wonderful Stephen Graham on board, how could Sky One’s forthcoming comedy Code 404 go wrong? The show, which will debut on the cable chan...

Hollywood (Netflix)

Hollywood (Netflix)

For Ryan Murphy’s second Netflix series, the director has turned to the golden age of movie making for inspiration. Murphy’s Hollywood promises to lift the veil on tinsel town, revealing the simmering...

The Woods (Netflix)

The Woods (Netflix)

It seems as though The Stranger’s Harlan Coben has another blockbuster up his sleeve with the forthcoming Netflix thriller The Woods. The director’s last effort was one of the most watched tv shows on...

The Luminaries

The Luminaries

BBC Two’s new six-part adaptation of Eleanor Catton’s The Luminaries is set to wow audiences when it debuts on the channel later this year. The story, which won Catton a Man Booker Prize in 2013, will...

The Crown S3

The Crown Series 3

Can I let you in on a little secret? Come closer, so nobody will hear. Ready? (Whispers) I really like The Crown. I know: crazy, isn’t it? A guy who has a professed dislike of the monarchy has quite h...

HBO Watchmen

Watchmen

The screen wasn’t kind to Watchmen in 2009. The comic book is one of the medium’s masterpieces; the film, whose ambition I certainly respect, is only superficially interesting. It’s among Zack Snyder’...

Shakespeare's Globe Free Online Programme

Shakespeare’s Globe Free Programme

Shakespeare’s Globe have announced that they are to release six of their plays online for theatre goers to watch for free. The theatre, which closed its doors in late March on the orders of the Britis...

Upload (Amazon Prime)

Upload (TV series)

Sci fi comedy hybrids are seemingly all the rage right now with Amazon Prime’s Upload joining Sky One’s Code 404. The show takes a humorous look at what the afterlife might look like in a tech filled ...

Space Force (Netflix)

Space Force (TV series)

Yet another comedy/sci fi hybrid, what distinguishes Netflix’s forthcoming Space Force from the countless other sci fi/comedies currently in production is the outstanding cast that the show’s producer...

Fleabag

Fleabag

Shorn of its talented cast, swanky locations and BBC polish, Phoebe Waller Bridge’s Fleabag is undeniably altered, yet still a thing of beauty. Without the big production values, the entire weight of ...

Sadler's Wells Online Programme

Sadler’s Wells Online Programme

Another week, another reason to stay at home forever. This time Sadler’s Wells has gotten in on the act, with a free online programme of events that culture lovers can access from the comfort of their...

Red Dwarf 13 preview

Red Dwarf 13 Preview

Are there any British shows more improbable than Red Dwarf? Its humble beginnings in 1988 on the BBC would seem to suggest not. In sets made out of what looks like cardboard and visual effects likely ...

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