Dan Seddon

‘Raised By Wolves’ review: Ridley Scott’s AI stunner is on a different planet

When two androids flee war-torn Earth with a booty of frozen embryos, they embark on a quest to rebuild humanity

‘The Third Day’: scoring TV’s weirdest, most inventive drama of the year

Seasonal chapters, freaky dreamscapes and a 12-hour live broadcast made the composers' lives difficult

‘Truth Seekers’ review: Nick Frost and Simon Pegg reunite in small-screen ‘Ghostbusters’ pastiche

An underwhelming if warm eight-part series that suggests Frost and Pegg’s powers are starting to wane

‘The Undoing’ review: top-tier New York mystery from the team behind ‘Big Little Lies’

Hugh Grant and Nicole Kidman star as a husband and wife on the brink of disaster

‘Utopia’ review: American remake of cult sci-fi drama is far from perfect

John Cusack stars in this big-budget reimagining of Channel 4's comic book mystery

‘Sexy Beast’ turns 20: “It’s probably the reason that I was in Indiana Jones”

Ray Winstone, Amanda Redman and Ian McShane speak to NME about their suntanned gangster cult masterpiece

‘The Third Day’ review: Jude Law’s inventive mystery drama from the team behind ‘Utopia’

Dennis Kelly, who created the Channel 4 cult classic, reunites with director Marc Munden and composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer

‘Lovecraft Country’ review: resplendent fantasy horror gets tangled up in its own weirdness

After a mind-blowing debut episode, Misha Green's monster-tastic drama grows sillier and less focused

‘Penny Dreadful: City Of Angels’ review: LA-set spin-off swaps creepy Victorian horror for muddled Mexican folklore

Creator John Logan has upset fans by ditching the classic monsters of his original series

‘Perry Mason’ review: HBO’s Depression-noir reboot opts for style over substance

1920s LA is beautifully realised in this period detective drama, but eight episodes in and the case goes very cold indeed
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