Matt Charlton

Why do US remakes of British TV shows always suck?

'The Inbetweeners', 'Skins', 'Spaced', 'Life On Mars' and now 'Utopia' – the list goes on...

Back where it all began: how Hollywood became obsessed with the prequel

'Ratched' is the latest origin story to hit our screens, but do we really need to see where our fave characters come from?

Bryan Cranston thinks ‘Breaking Bad’ had the “perfect” ending – but there’s no such thing

And even if there was, Walter White's final fling certainly wasn't it

The rise of the anti-superhero: TV shows like ‘The Boys’ prove we’re all bastards

What would you do with unlimited power, money and spandex?

Less is more: TV shows should learn to quit while they’re ahead

If Michaela Coel says one season of 'I May Destroy You' is enough, then let's leave it at that

Help! I spent the hottest weekend of the year grappling with the new Lego set from The Beatles

A combination of heat, beer and monotony nearly destroyed me

A song from our sponsors: how music and advertising has always gone hand in hand

What next? James Bay mournfully covering Whigfield's 'Saturday Night' for this year’s John Lewis ad? God we hope we're joking

Wisconsin’s ‘Herd Immunity’ festival is scientific proof that there’s no cure for idiot

It's a bad idea, and tells us three things about live music, America and general human idiocy

Splitting headache: why two-part seasons are a waste of time

Read the second half of this article in... six months' time

“Skip intro”: thanks to Netflix, the TV title sequence is a thing of the past

We need those valuable extra seconds to... watch more stuff?