Wagatha Christie: In conversation with Nathan McMullen
The Mancunion sits down with Nathan McMullen, ahead of the UK tour of Vardy v Rooney: The Wagatha Christie Trial
Eurovision 2023: Sweden makes history whilst the UK repeats it
Eurovision 2023 saw Sweden make history on multiple fronts whilst the UK, the host country, found itself back at the bottom
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from the grand final
Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of the grand final – here’s what to expect!
Daisy Jones and The Six: Drugs and desire
‘Daisy Jones and the Six’ both romanticises and tears down the 70s lust for the ‘Rock & Roll’ scene. Straying from the original plot of the book, is the show’s portrayal of destruction empowering or disheartening?
Katie McGlynn on Corrie, conspiracies, and cold-blooded killers
The Mancunion sits down with Katie McGlynn ahead of her joining the UK tour of Peter James’ Wish You Were Dead
School Spirits review: Paramount’s paranormal murder mystery is to die for
School Spirits is a teen show that has its finger on the pulse of the zeitgeist
Look no further, Beef is your new favourite show
Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers
Outer Banks Season 3: Treasure or tragic?
Outer Banks is back for its third season of treasure-digging, jungle-frenzied, teenage romance debut. Despite its highly anticipated return, can the show continue its legacy of success?
Bend It Like Bollywood: BBC Three documentary shines a light on queer South Asians
Bend It Like Bollywood, a film from the mind of our Theatre Editor, Jay Darcy, comes to the BBC
How I actually enjoyed the ending: A How I Met Your Mother retrospective
As far as bad endings go, How I Met Your Mother’s was doomed since its inception. But why? And what could have saved the show?
Manchester on the Screen
“…this is set in Manchester!”
So Help Me Todd review: Perky procedural shows promise
New TV series So Help Me Todd skilfully blends situational comedy with procedural drama
Maternal review: A moving exploration of medicine, motherhood, and misogyny
Maternal examines what it’s like to be a working mother in today’s NHS
Satirically stylish: A Gossip Girl retrospective
Through satire that mocks the rich alongside sinister characterisations that parallel reality, Gossip Girl accurately paints a disturbingly honest picture of deeply embedded classism and misogyny
Extraordinary review: superpowers and quarter-life crises
Extraordinary shows us a world where everyone has a superpower, except our protagonist Jen.
Sashay away to the sofa: The best TV shows to celebrate LGBTQIA+ History month
The Mancunion has five of the best LGBTQIA+ television shows that you can binge this LGBTQIA+ History Month!
Andor review: The best, and most leftist, Star Wars show yet
Andor is a superb exploration of empire and rebellion, making it the best, and most leftist, Star Wars show to date
Happy 100th Birthday BBC!
The BBC celebrated its centenary with a week of specially-dedicated programmes