TV Reviews

‘I May Destroy You’ review: Michaela Coel returns with another transfixing millennial drama

The star and creator of 'Chewing Gum' is one of Britain's brightest talents

‘Alex Rider’ review: a fresh start for the teenage super-spy

After the box office bust of 'Stormbreaker', can TV breathe new life into Anthony Horowitz's mini-James Bond

‘The First Team’ review: locker room banter from the creators of ‘The Inbetweeners’

On paper, this pitchside sitcom should be an open goal – but it isn't quite there yet

‘Hannah Gadsby: Douglas’ review: a funny yet frustrating encore from the ‘Nanette’ comic

After vowing to quit stand up forever in her breakthrough show, Hannah Gadsby returns on playful and defensive form

‘Space Force’ review: more ludicrous, workplace hilarity from Steve Carell

Meet the ill-equipped bureaucrats tasked with creating a new branch of the US armed services

‘Control Z’ review: high school teens behaving badly in derivative Netflix coming-of-ager

Students have their lives upturned when an anonymous hacker starts revealing secrets

‘Little Fires Everywhere’ review: sparks fly when white-collar suburbia detects intruders

Reese Witherspoon's all-American mum has her life upturned by some unexpected visitors

‘Homecoming’ season two review: Janelle Monáe picks up where Julia Roberts left off

Prime Video's mystery anthology adds some new faces for its sophomore outing

‘White Lines’ review: pills, thrills and secrets in Netflix’s bonkers and brilliant Ibiza thriller

This sun-kissed murder mystery is madder than Elon Musk and Grimes’ baby name shortlist