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Keeping it in the family: Hollywood’s Nepotism Babies

Keeping it in the family: Hollywood’s Nepotism Babies

Hollywood’s nepotism babies seem to be getting more attention on TikTok than they do on screen, here’s why
Heartbreak High: Another teen show entering its flop era?

Heartbreak High: Another teen show entering its flop era?

It’s been a month since Heartbreak High was released on Netflix and here’s what we have to say about it
Why the BBC should think again before moving CBBC online

Why the BBC should think again before moving CBBC online

Moving CBBC to just online makes it inaccessible for kids who already are already being taught to consume TV like customers.
Doctor Who finds it’s newest Time Lord

Doctor Who finds it’s newest Time Lord

Doctor Who finally welcomes Ncuti Gatwa as its first black doctor (if we conveniently forget the Timeless Child twist)
Moon Knight: A predictable return to Marvel’s superhero formula

Moon Knight: A predictable return to Marvel’s superhero formula

Oscar Isaac and Ethan Hawke shine in this disappointing first outing of one of Marvel’s most controversial characters
Historical dramas: the new object of all our desires

Historical dramas: the new object of all our desires

Dear readers, escape from your 21st century trauma to historical drama. With Jonathon Bailey in a wet shirt, it’s not a bad place to be
TV Nostalgia: Our childhood favourites

TV Nostalgia: Our childhood favourites

From Tracy Beaker to the Clone Wars, we explore some of our favourite childhood shows and ask just why did we love them so much?
May the 4th be with you! – A love letter to Star Wars: The Clone Wars

May the 4th be with you! – A love letter to Star Wars: The Clone Wars

For Star Wars day Investigations Editor Joe McFadden describes why Star Wars: The Clone Wars was so important to him growing up and explains what makes the show so impactful over a decade later.
Boris, Dorries and their motley crew are here to take public broadcasting away from you

Boris, Dorries and their motley crew are here to take public broadcasting away from you

The planned privatisation of Channel 4 has caused many to compare views on whether they believe this to be good or bad
State of the Industry: Long live the silver screen

State of the Industry: Long live the silver screen

The precedent set by modern TV is not only one that destroys the artistic integrity of the film but perpetuates a cycle of negative watching and passive viewership. Film Editor Benjy Klauber-Griffiths challenges television supremacy.
State of the Industry: The age of film is over, the time of TV has come

State of the Industry: The age of film is over, the time of TV has come

In the age of streaming, video-on-demand, and binge-watching it is interesting to consider the question: does TV currently provide a better viewing experience than film? My answer is yes.
What to watch: Our top TV picks for April

What to watch: Our top TV picks for April

From comedy dramas to superhero charmers here’s a list of our top Tv picks for April
Gloves, corsets and ballet flats: Bridgerton season two

Gloves, corsets and ballet flats: Bridgerton season two

With the upcoming series of Bridgerton, we look at the possible trends that may come from it
Yellowjackets: Teenage girls, trauma, and poorly thought-out twists

Yellowjackets: Teenage girls, trauma, and poorly thought-out twists

The new TV drama Yellowjackets is full of dysfunctional adults, chilling psychological horror, and the will to survive.
A fresher’s diary: Semester one secrets

A fresher’s diary: Semester one secrets

Every fresher goes through a rollercoaster of highs and lows throughout semester one, so here’s some tips for surviving semester two!
Behind Her Eyes: Netflix must-watch mystery

Behind Her Eyes: Netflix must-watch mystery

Netflix’s new show strings along a series of secrets that makes for one of 2021’s first must-watch series
BAFTA introduces rule changes after #BaftasSoWhite controversy

BAFTA introduces rule changes after #BaftasSoWhite controversy

Bafta has revealed 120 changes to membership, voting and campaigning rules in an attempt to diversify nominees
Naya Rivera brought so much ‘Glee’ to our lives

Naya Rivera brought so much ‘Glee’ to our lives

Theatre Editor Jay Darcy explains why we must not merely mourn Naya Rivera’s tragic death but also celebrate her terrific life
Opinion: Netflix’s Reality Z is an apocalyptically bad reimagining of Charlie Brooker’s Dead Set

Opinion: Netflix’s Reality Z is an apocalyptically bad reimagining of Charlie Brooker’s Dead Set

Theatre Editor Jay Darcy outlines why Reality Z, a post-apocalypse Netflix show based on Charlie Brooker’s Dead Set, is an apocalyptic mess of biblical proportions
Recommended: Top 20 British Films and TV Shows

Recommended: Top 20 British Films and TV Shows

In this time of need, Sam James lists his Top 20 British Films and Television Shows

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