Anna Leszkiewicz is a pop culture writer at the New Statesman.
The short answer: you can't. Here's why.
The actor says over-representation of the privately educated at the top of acting is nothing to worry about – and his many, many privately educated peers agree.
The penultimate episode of Girls, which saw the quartet in one room for the twelfth and last time, was what many viewers expected. The true ending - focusing on Marnie and New York - was more surprising.
The penultimate episode of Girls, which saw Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna in one room for the twelfth and last time, was close to what viewers might expect from this bittersweet programme. Where was left to go from here?
We hear a gunshot – but who shoots? Who, if anyone, is shot? Could this be the beginning of an Attica-style hostage situation?
It’s tempting to declare, like Shoshanna, that these people were never friends in the first place. But is that fair?
The online drama, about a competitive intership for women, suggests there is dark side to “leaning in” - and shrugging off workplace sexism. Spoilers ahead!
“I think it’s hard to not have influences from what you grew up listening to.”
Enter the misguided character, Only Kinda Racist Cop.
Norwegian TV show Skam has had unprecedented international success. We spoke to fans across the globe to find out why Skam’s popularity is snowballing – and why it might be the best thing on TV.
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