Netflix’s popular TV series takes constant liberties with history, as it does with people, and yet it is accepted as fact
Contemporary political coverage has a default level of negativity
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood is the world we have lost: grandparents, honest jobs and Sunday school teachers
Top Boy reviewed
Helen Mirren is 74 years old while the character she plays — at least at the start of the mini-series — is 33 years old
In its quest for every gender on the spectrum, the network couldn’t even find a single top to stuff into the audience
Meanwhile, South Park offers a full-court press of freedom of expression
If the cap fits...
For all the chaos on Jackass, there were no obvious consequences
This is my story
Today Hollywood’s undoubted creative power is spent updating and reimagining stories that are decades old
I loved every second of it
May we all travel for our own loves, rather than for the ‘likes’ of others
The comedienne is calling for anti-war progressive Marianne Williamson to pull out of the 2020 race
Where season one had the creeping menace of Alien, the mood here is closer to Scooby-Doo
Why is politically correct comedy so depressing?
Would it not have led to a more meaningful narrative if the ‘monster’ the Russians had brought into being was in fact climate change?
I can’t think of a single other celebrity in the world who would have had the balls to do what Kanye does in this interview
Most of what I know about the Durrell family comes from Nye’s television series
Watching the Donald used to be unmissable television. What happened?
Big Little Lies reviewed
It's a Twilight Zone for Millennials
A blast from the past