TV Reviews

‘Under The Queen’s Umbrella’ review: Kim Hye-soo carries this cutthroat palace drama

A queen tries to keep her sons alive and in power in this gripping Joseon-era court drama

‘Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby’ review: an intoxicating stage show

Rambert Dance’s stage show reimagining of the Shelby clan brings rock ’n’ roll and revelations to the roaring ‘20s

‘Shantaram’ review: slow and stately with silly accents

Gregory David Roberts' very-long novel gets even longer

‘Glitch’ review: slow-starting sci-fi eventually sparks into life

This new Netflix K-drama kicks off with a whimper, but soon grows into something worth watching

‘One Dollar Lawyer’ review: a humorous yet humanitarian legal K-drama

‘The Veil’ co-stars Namkoong Min and Kim Jieun reunite for Disney+’s new legal comedy

‘The Golden Spoon’ review: Haves and have-nots swap places in this intriguing K-drama

Yook Sung-jae leads a K-drama that balances fantasy with realism to tell a story of desperation and ambition

‘This England’ review: Kenneth Branagh and the big, blond buffoon

Thought you'd seen the last of Boris Johnson on telly? Sorry about that...

‘Andor’ review: grown-up noir thriller makes for the best Star Wars show yet

Brothels, brutal violence and a protagonist who kills in cold blood

‘Johnny vs Amber: The U.S. Trial’ review: trash TV that will go down a treat

No amount of content can seemingly sate the public's appetite for this story

‘Narco-Saints’ review: strong performances can’t save this predictable crime drama

Netflix’s new Korean thriller about a drug lord masquerading as a pastor doesn’t deliver the intensity it promises
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