I clutch at John and Kayleigh's potential for happiness as if at straws.
To have seen at least part of a time when popular entertainment has become so substantial is a great privilege, and I bless it without reserve.
Every episode is crammed with story, side to side and top to bottom.
In The Wire, meaning catches up as you watch.
Very little screen entertainment nowadays is made with an adult audience in mind. Bloodline is for grown-ups - with the savage family dynamic to prove it.
Far from being the uninhibited, free-speaking woman we had imagined at the advent of the new feminism in the mid-1960s, Sarah is overburdened with worry.
This year’s Agatha Christie is a seasonally appropriate, not-at-all-bleak offering from the BBC.
It's been a difficult year, but there were still a few reasons to smile.
On the pop culture podcast this week, we round up the best and worst of this year’s Christmas television.
The story about reindeer that Planet Earth II never told you.
Nostalgic festive cartoons, like this year’s Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes and Ethel and Ernest, have become primetime festive viewing for children and adults alike.
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