• ”It’s Fran Lebowitz’s New York…and she wants you out of it” – TV Review: Pretend It’s a City

    Ben Ofungwu reviews the New York based Netflix series, 'Pretend It's a City'....
  • TV Review: Fate: The Winx Saga

    Córa-Laine Moynihan reviews 'Fate: The Winx Saga'....
  • TV Review: On Children: A System that Fails Mothers and Children

    This 2018 Taiwanese anthology is produced by Public Television Service (PTS) Taiwan and available on Netflix UK and North Ireland now. Adapted from the first-hand observation of Taiwanese educational system by Shao-Le Wu, a former tutor, the series name is inspired by Kahlil Gibran’s same-name poem....
  • Summer TV Picks #3 – The Good Place

    During the past few months, I think we’ve all found ourselves opening the Netflix app even more often than usual and discovering more new shows than ever before. However, sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start in Netflix’s broad catalogue. That’s why I’m here to recommend...
  • TV Review: Sex Education – Season 2

    The new series of Sex Education was released on Netflix on 17th January and definitely did not disappoint. It tackles a wide range of topics – sexual assault trauma, a-sexuality, female empowerment, uncertainty of one’s own sexuality, and ultimately accepting yourself....
  • TV Review: Press

    With a premise less centred on cramming our screens with blood-spill and gore than the adjacently aired Bodyguard and Killing Eve, there was always a danger that BBC’s Press would float modestly under the radar. However, writer Mike Bartlett’s latest attempt, a drama absorbing itself in the unremitting world...
  • American Gods: First Impressions

    American Gods, the cornerstone of modern Americana fantasy, has been reincarnated by Bryan Fuller (of Hannibal fame) and Michael Green (writer of Alien: Covenant and Logan, both released this year), with astounding results. The new series, released on Amazon Prime, is based on Neil Gaiman’s book of the same...