TV Reviews

‘The White Lotus’ season two review: the guests are still awful, the show still utterly addictive

Our second stay at telly's worst holiday resort is just as terrible as the first

‘Shadow Detective’ review: gripping police drama puts you in the sleuth’s seat

Framed for the murder of his partner, an ageing detective is forced to clear his name in this instantly intriguing thriller

‘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
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