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The popular Netflix prison comedy drama Orange is the New Black is being cancelled after season 7. A video announcing the show's end went viral yesterday
The Netflix releases in November look to be more exciting, more inclusive, and more thought-provoking than ever before. Here's everything we're excited to watch
Settle in for an action-packed autumn with these TV dramas on the small screens
The BBC's new psychological drama The Cry it is is one of the most compelling things we've seen on television this year
From real-life courtroom dramas to a family learning to accept their transgender child, this is an exciting and inclusive week in TV. Here are some of our favourites
Immersive and entertaining – Doctor Who continues to deliver on thrills, one liners, and strange worlds
From understated classics to hilarious subversions, here are some of the best horror movies to watch this Halloween
Initially released on the BBC and nabbed by Netflix, Wanderlust is a sad, funny meditation on human relationships. We spoke to the writer Nick Payne about the show
A new trailer for House of Cards season 6 has dropped and Claire Underwood looks as devious as her dead husband
Louis Theroux has brought us some of the best documentaries about the most contentious topics in the world. Now he's back on the BBC with a new series: Altered States
Netflix and Prime Video have been battling for years, but which of their movies and TV shows are the best?
You'll laugh, you'll cry and you'll probably hide behind the sofa with these October Netflix releases
Dance takes pride of place this autumn on the brand new arts and culture online TV service Marquee.TV. Here are some of the highlights
Everything you need to know about the trippy new Netflix series starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill
This month, the writer behind Press and Doctor Foster is filming his new three-part drama The Man. Here's what we know
From The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair to Catch 22: these are best modern novels being made into TV series that you don't want to miss
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 launched last Saturday, but the competition itself won’t start for another couple of weeks. Meanwhile, Vikki Vile meets this year’s celebrity cast and assesses their prospects
Danny Boyle's adaptation of the infamous J. Paul Getty story looks set to thrill on BBC Two
Matthew Goode and Teresa Palmer star in a bewitching new drama on Sky One this September: A Discovery of Witches
A mysterious car crash, a cryptic voicemail and a whole lot of nonsense: Strangers on ITV
Your new autumn obsession: Press, from the creator of Dr Foster, comes to BBC One
Watch through your fingers, decide you want an open relationship and bin your lingerie: Wanderlust on BBC One is not to be missed
What's on Netflix in September: Emma Stone, a new Marvel movie and an Italian true-crime film
Everything you need to know about The Crown season 3, Netflix. Including first look at Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter
Could you protect the woman whose politics you hate? Richard Madden and Keeley Hawes star in this explosive BBC One drama
Keeley Hawes, Richard Madden and Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio tell us about their thrilling BBC drama, Bodyguard
Dark detective drama on ITV: Dark Heart comes to the small screen
H.G. Wells' story of alien invasion is coming to the BBC, starring Eleanor Tomlinson and Rafe Spall
Grimy BBC period drama Taboo is set for second series. We look forward to eight more episodes of candlelit Tom Hardy, as the show sets sail for foreign lands
Bigger hair, bigger outfits, bigger stakes: the gritty porn drama The Deuce from creator of The Wire returns
A thrilling tale of international espionage, The Little Drummer Girl is adapted for the BBC by Korean director Park Chan-wook and stars Florence Pugh
Scare yourself with Ozark, be outraged with Insatiable and laugh at Disenchantment: what to watch on Netflix August 2018