Theatre Editor Jay Darcy problematises the wish-fulfilment fantasy approach that Netflix have taken with their new series Hollywood
Sports Writer Tom Reynolds discusses what the introduction of a Premier League streaming service could mean for fans
Megan Oyinka discusses the nuanced and honest portrayal of parent-child relationships in Netflix’s groundbreaking series “Sex Education”
The snubbing female artists and stories cannot be blamed on a lack of talent but reflects serious problems within awards bodies
Every aspect of Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman works perfectly together to create one of the decade’s seminal films, writes James McCafferty
Will Robinson reviews Netflix’s aptly named Love, Death & Robots, the latest take on the growingly popular anthology-style of television.
Lily Rosenberg writes about what she sees as a binging culture among students. From Netflix to booze to uni work, our concepts of time have been warped by a constant over-indulgence on everything, whether we enjoy it or not.
Looks can be deceiving
Educational and embracing – two words that describe Netflilx’s 8-episode series, Sex Education, which pleases not only young demographics, but also the LGBT community.
Deputy Music Editor Georgina Davidson examines the difficulties in creating, distributing and funding short films
Netflix’s Sex Education has received high praise for it’s ability to break down taboo topics around sex, and other issues
The new Netflix series hosted by Alexa Chung and Tan France will see budding designers take part in challenges to win $250,000 donated by Net-A-Porter
David N Rose reviews the ‘gorgeous’ Abstract: The Art of Design series on Netflix
Steven Soderbergh’s stylish direction combines with a characteristic standout performance from Meryl Streep in Netflix’s The Laundromat
Call My Agent is quietly one of the most outstanding shows on Netflix