SNL writers presumably believe that all Fox News shows operate on the same level of idiocy — and that isn’t right
The absence of directness in modern American journalism reflects the cowardice and complicity of the journalists
How else could a drama as knowing and meta and arch do anything other than disappear up its own bottom?
‘People have been calling me Big Pussy for 20 years!’
The way Kondo does it is really quite inspirational. And relatively painless
The answer to the race conundrum was to split the difference between the minorities, and give most of the awards to white actors
The playwright on how he made a drama out of a crisis
Channel 4 has released the trailer for its new Brexit drama – and Mary Wakefield is struck by how good the performances are
Going after Trump is the least subversive act in comedy
Four legs good, two films bad?
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from four seasons of the drug cartel drama, it’s that prohibition just makes things worse
The real Elena Ferrante is a male-female collaboration, but HBO’s My Brilliant Friend is a man’s world
My Brilliant Friend reviewed
How long do the state authorities think they can get away with it?
It feels like a media Democrat’s idea of a shot for the sweet spot and the middle ground
The Roseanne reboot flew in the ratings when it returned earlier this year. How will it fare without the titular star?
The phrase ‘get woke, go broke’ captures well why Doctor Who was losing fans – and I’m not sure the writing in the new series dispenses with this problem
His rant against Democrats was more fun and interesting than the celebrity-endorsed jokes against Kavanaugh that took up the rest of the show
The family drama behind the PBS show
For too long the leftie-dominated entertainment industry has been ignoring the truth about our world
The former British Shadow Chancellor’s new documentary is more favourable of Trumpsters than anyone at the BBC could have ever imagined.
I am troubled by the misuse to which he puts his considerable acting skills, quick brain and undoubted ballsiness.
Gone are the days when political interviewers were dispassionate seekers-after-truth on a mission to get the best out of their subjects.
‘The rule in our household is: if a TV series hasn’t got subtitles, it’s not worth watching,’ a friend told…