The Good Doctor is a clear spiritual sequel to House, with overt parallels between the two dramas, but responds to its predecessor in many interesting ways.
Collateral is pointedly not a whodunnit, nor even necessarily a crime drama - it's a piece fascinated by individuals and personal power within institutions.
Having a more flexible runtime is supposed to be an advantage of online television - but just how much of a benefit is it?
An analysis of the trailer for The Handmaid's Tale Season 2, and new details released about the series - who will Marisa Tomei play? What is the resistance?
Star Trek has its own strengths, its own appeal, and its own identity. Star Trek: Discovery isn’t Game of Thrones, and it shouldn’t try to be.
“No one wants complexity and reality from us,” declares the Queen Mother in The Crown. But that’s what 'Beryl' delivers, candid and intimate as it is.
Babylon Berlin, a noir mystery set against a backdrop of political intrigue &revolutionary fervour, carries itself with an entirely deserved confidence.
Allegories of Nazis are prevalent across our media - but what's the result of that? Does it normalise them - or worse, does it fictionalise them?
The Marvel Netflix shows have been hit or miss ratio; it would have been easy for The Punisher to fail as well. That it didn’t is a welcome surprise.
Channel 4's new show The End of the F***ing World is an absolute gem of a series, one that is absolutely worth your time.
Designated Survivor has been left behind by real-life politics, and as it scrambles to keep up it's lost sight of the show it wants to be.
It’s the Power Man himself - ‘Luke Cage’ star Mike Colter discusses the new series! ‘Marvel’s Luke Cage’ stars Mike Colter in the title role, as he takes to the streets of Harlem as Luke Cage after leaving Hell’s Kitchen, NY. After sabotaged experiments left him with super strength and unbreakable skin, Luke wants nothing more than to leave his old life behind.