Matt Charlton

A series of disproportionate events: the rise of the TV miniseries

How short-form telly took over the airwaves

Sun, sea and schadenfreude: why do we love a telly holiday gone wrong?

'The White Lotus' is the latest show to pick up on our sadist tendencies

Why pop star cooking shows need to get in the bin

'Cooking With Paris' is the latest in a long line of celebrity-based kitchen calamities

M. Night Shyamalan’s best twists – ranked!

The acclaimed director's WTF curveballs from weakest to WTF-est

How Ted Lasso reinvented the sports sitcom

The show's mantra of "be kind" melds with Jason Sudeikis and co's knack for comedy and makes you root for the protagonists

Has being out of office given the workplace sitcom a second life?

'Superstore', 'Mythic Quest' and the ever reliable 'Parks and Rec' have taken on new relevancy since COVID hit

‘Solar Opposites’ and the dangers of TV’s copycat syndrome

The animated sci-fi series borrows quite a lot from 'Rick and Morty'

Do the Oscars still matter in the COVID era?

Hollywood is bracing itself for the least-watched Academy Awards ever

‘Riverdale’ isn’t the first show to time-jump its way out of a funk

Skipping forward seven years has reinvigorated the teen drama

‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’ TV series should tread carefully around Bowie’s legacy

Fresh attempts to reimagine Starman's work have been met with outrage