TV Reviews

‘We Are Who We Are’ review: Luca Guadagnino’s dazzling opera of adolescent confusion

The 'Call Me By Your Name' director depicts teenage life on a US military base in a moving celebration of outsiderdom

‘Industry’ review: brash banker drama plays like ‘Mad Men’ with a hint of ‘Skins’

Sex, drugs and tons of cash – the BBC's new series follows a group of fast-living financial recruits

‘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 Queen’s Gambit’ review: punked-up chess drama fails to deliver a checkmate move

A glamorous Anya Taylor-Joy doesn’t show the true cost of addiction

‘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

‘The Haunting Of Bly Manor’ review: gothic horror ditches scares for soapy drama

Hunting for ghosts? At Netflix's newest haunted house, you're more likely to catch the butler getting off with the maid
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