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Pushing four new suspects into Criminal's snazzy interrogation room, this season stars Kit Harington, Sharon Horgan, Sophie Okonedo and Kunal Nayyar
From the gruelling examination of Dennis Nilsen's conviction in ITV's Des to the BBC's new adaptation of David Nicholls' Booker-nominated Us, this week in TV is dark and emotional
In Katherine Ryan's semi-autobiographical sitcom about single motherhood, her alter-ego Katherine is desperate for a second child after the first one, Olive (Katy Byrne), turned out so well
In Charlie Kaufman's new Netflix movie, Jake (Jesse Plemons) and his girlfriend (Jessie Buckley) visit his parents (David Thewlis and Toni Collette). But his girlfriend is having doubts...
From John Boyega fighting systemic racism in Steve McQueen's Small Axe to Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant recovering from scandal in The Undoing, here's the best of autumn TV
The Crown season 4 looks like the most exciting season so far: starring Gillian Anderson as Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher and Emma Corrin as Lady Diana Spencer
From Katherine Ryan's debut series The Duchess to the violent small-town drama of The Devil All the Time with Robert Pattinson, Netflix in September features many strange families
Elizabeth Debicki will join Jonathan Pryce and Imelda Staunton as the cast for the final two seasons of The Crown
Covid-19 has wounded the cinema schedule, but there are still some cracking titles coming up. From Rebecca to Wonder Woman 1984, a wave of wondrous movies is coming this autumn
Cures and curiosity: the latest Netflix docu-series (Un)Well examines some of the pros and cons of the wellness industry
From a more sceptical look at wellness trends in Un(Well) to the adventures of the Fab Four in Sex and the City 2, Netflix in August is appealing and eclectic
From Spike Lee's furiously evocative detective movie BlacKkKlansman to Steven Spielberg's classic dino-drama Jurassic Park, Netflix in July has plenty to think about and escape from
Ryan Murphy's political anthology series soldiers on, as after surviving high school his ambitious protagonist Peyton (Ben Platt) is running for Senate
In Da 5 Bloods, Spike Lee examines the impact of the Vietnam from the perspectives of four African-American veterans: tackling PTSD, war stories, and black history. Chadwick Boseman stars
From the ever-relevant racial dystopia in Noughts + Crosses to the beautiful adaptation of Sally Rooney's millennial novel Normal People, TV in 2020 has been awash with great drama
Steve Carell and Greg Daniels (The Office) create a new workplace comedy, about a team establishing a military Space Force. John Malkovich and Lisa Kudrow co-star
From Spike Lee's new Vietnam drama Da 5 Bloods to the return of Ryan Murphy's eccentric satire The Politician, Netflix in June ranges from the dark to the colourful
With White Lines, Álex Pina (Money Heist) brings a bingeable Netflix crime-drama that ridiculously explores the Ibizan underworld with enjoyable abandon. Daniel Mays stars
In The Eddy, Damien Chazelle revisits his musical roots: this time in present-day Paris. André Holland (Moonlight) stars as club owner Elliot, whose past catches up with him
The mastermind behind Glee, American Horror Story, The Politician and more returns with a love letter to Golden Age Tinseltown in Hollywood
The Culture Whisper team have picked their favourite comedies now available to stream. From Fleabag to Extras, this hilarious selection will keep you smiling through self-isolation
From Steve Carell resuming hilarity in Space Force to Barbra Streisand smashing her first film role in Funny Girl, Netflix in May has plenty to pass the time in self-isolation
We need the darkness to enjoy the light, and Netflix provides. From Black Mirror to Mindhunter, here are the darkest shows to distract you during self-isolation
An orthodox Jewish woman leaves her strict lifestyle in New York for a new beginning in Berlin, in this stunning limited series
Miles of tulle, exquisite couture and needle-sharp quips provide the pattern for our selection of the best fashion documentaries
Sam Claflin and Olivia Munn star in a Netflix romcom spin on Groundhog Day, speculating on the randomness of fate
From The Crown to The Wire to The Stranger, here are some of the most absorbing dramas to stream during self-isolation
Now is the time to look back at those neverending film-watching lists – but sometimes you need a surefire hit of laughter. Here's the best comedy specials on Netflix
The engrossing, incredible true story of rival big cat breeders in America has taken the world by storm on Netflix – here's why it's a must-watch
The third wave of Studio Ghibli movies is hitting Netflix on 1 April, and we couldn't be happier. Here's every Ghibli animation available to watch now
From Ricky Gervais dealing with his grief in After Life to a decent selection of John Hughes movies, there are some great laughs on Netflix in April
In The English Game, Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey, Belgravia) dives into the origins of professional football and the class divisions that hindered its progression