TV Interviews

‘Famalam’ season three: Britain’s funniest sketch show is back – here’s what to expect

Producer, co-writer, composer and star Akemnji Ndifornyen spills some beans

Joe Keery on ‘Stranger Things’ season four: “The end is in sight for these guys”

NME meets the Netflix stalwart, psychedelic rocker and carefully-coiffed pin-up

‘Stranger Things’ star Natalia Dyer: “I’m ready to do an action movie – something Tom Cruise-y!”

Hawkins' own Nancy Wheeler on personal privacy, adolescent anxiety and her blockbuster-sized future

Nish Kumar: “Britain telling America off is like criticising someone’s hygiene when you’ve shat yourself”

'Hello America', the stand-up's new satirical comedy series, airs twice a week on Quibi

Soundtrack Of My Life: Robert Webb

Writer of books. Maker of TV. Fan of mid-gig bingo

Soundtrack Of My Life: comedian Josh Widdicombe

'The Last Leg' host and podcasting dad

Eric Andre: “People scream at me on stage to get naked – so I give them what they want”

TV's premier punk prankster on shock comedy, Donald Trump and smoking weed with his mum

Soundtrack Of My Life: Spoon’s Britt Daniel

Founder of the legendary alt-rockers talks love of The Beatles, Bee Gees and spending lockdown listening to Sleaford Mods

‘The Umbrella Academy’: “It’s a dysfunctional family show – with a body count”

The TV adaptation of Gerard Way’s twisted superhero tale returns this week. With Season two seeing a shifting timeline thrown into the mix, its stars and showrunner speak to NME

Soundtrack Of My Life: Ross Kemp

'Eastenders' hardman turned documentary maker and podcaster
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