Television

News

Why strong Black stories are rarely seen on television

A new study has found that British television in particular has a severe lack of Black talent behind the scenes. The numbers are inexcusable.
Tom George
10.21.20
News

There’s now an Instagram account dedicated to Connell’s chain

'Normal People' really transformed an H Samuel necklace into a genuine fetish object, huh?
Roisin Lanigan
5.4.20
Fashion

We are living for everyone on Netflix's Next in Fashion

From an iconic Italian 'communication artist' to a Chinese-South Korean power duo making Piccioli-esque magic. We stan.
Douglas Greenwood
1.31.20
Culture

How cartoons became the ultimate acid trip

From Belladonna of Sadness to Rick & Morty, international animation has fallen deep down the rabbit hole of psychedelia.
Sam Davies
1.15.20
News

here’s when ‘you’ season two is dropping on netflix

Everything we know about the release date, cast, spoilers and trailers for the second series of the Penn Badgely-starring stalker drama.
Roisin Lanigan
11.12.19
coming of age

here’s your first look at the ‘normal people’ tv series

Sally Rooney’s hot AF is coming to BBC and Hulu, and we can't wait.
Douglas Greenwood
10.31.19
News

the trailer for 'killing eve' season two has looks to die for

Villanelle hates influencers too.
Erica Euse
3.8.19
Culture

why ’sabrina the teenage witch’ was one of the best shows of the 90s and 00s

Feminism, flan-based humor and a bi-curious talking cat. Can the new horror-inspired Netflix version ever compete?
Georgie Wright
8.2.18
Culture

decoding the language of 'love island'

I would lay it on Megan factor 50 thick.
Annie Lord
7.16.18
News

sacha baron cohen’s new series is “perhaps the most dangerous show in the history of television”

It features the former Vice President of the United States signing a waterboarding kit.
Georgie Wright
7.9.18
Culture

which shakespearean character would the cast of love island be?

O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou fake tan?
Annie Lord
7.3.18
Culture

7 times I lived like I was in sex and the city

As the HBO rom-com-cum-generation-defining series enters its second decade, a millennial approaching her third looks back at how SATC has featured in her life.
Millie Milliken
6.12.18
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