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Anna Leszkiewicz is culture editor of the New Statesman.
From stand-up specials to Tuca & Bertie and Always Be My Maybe, the comedian is hot property.
From Emilie Pine to Sinéad Gleeson, new Irish writers are producing essays that are at once fragmentary, fluid, personal and expansive.
Booksmart freshens up hyper-masculine cinematic motifs, insisting that the brash American party movie can be both silly and smart.
In the end, Game of Thrones was the story of the Starks.
Maya Rudolph and Rachel Dratch stand out in this uneven comedy.
The key action this week felt like a lazy, unearned plot device, throwing a major character under the bus for the sake of an easy ending.
Celebrities do not find it hard to be beautiful. But the Met Gala does not ask its guests to be beautiful.
Curveballs, crossbows and celebrations.
Funny, absurd and pleasingly vulgar – this is a visionary show.
This week’s much-anticipated 82-minute episode, “The Long Night”, saw the Great War finally come to Winterfell.