Comer’s turn as Villanelle is a piercing jolt of a performance that hits you like a hairpin to the eyeball.
The show is a series of misdirections: a tricksy, self-conscious beast, full of sleight of hand.
The comedy drama series is based loosely on the life story of former Cosmopolitan editor Joanna Coles.
From Grenfell to Manchester Bomb: Our Story, new BBC documentaries are looking at what happens to those affected by national stories of trauma after the spotlight begins to fade.
A true-crime docuseries from Netflix exploring the 2003 “collar bomb” robbery in the style of Making a Murderer.
The remake is a chance for Skam to find an even bigger audience, but it’s also a bid from Facebook to appeal to its dwindling teenage demographic.
Question setters and contestants on how the show finally began to gender-balance its questions – and whether it’s now harder as a result.
The success of Cunk as a character is not thanks to her general persona as an ill-informed pundit, but her bizarre turns of phrase.
In a new social context, can a show that formally emphasises differences between straight and gay men have the same radical power?
The brother-sister duo behind the revolutionary BBC comedy on their childhood feuds, “the Mr Perkins scandal”, and stalking Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen in Cirencester.