We’ve gathered in Stags’ to watch Eurovision, so you don’t have to (but what are you doing if you’re not, really?)…
Louise Chase previews television’s next big thing: a Lord of the Rings-inspired TV series.
Literature Executive Abi defends the joys of the printed word in the age of the e-book revolution.
Becky Davies investigates the strong link between social media and reality television.
As part of our social media coverage, Alice rewinds back to the opening episode of Black Mirror season 3.
Jack excitedly breaks down why you too should be excited for Borderlands 3.
There is only one show that matters. And it is (nearly) here. Sam breaks down GoT’s final season.
Benedict channels his frustrations over Anthem into wishful thinking on the future of games development.
Literature Exec Abi discusses the champions – and disappointments – of diversity within the theatre industry.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Edge writers gather to pitch in their love for the best female characters on TV.
Culture Editor Ellis breaks down what may be the most ‘alternative’ show on TV.
Charlotte explains why Big Mouth’s disgusting take on puberty is not to be missed.
Looking for a ‘different’ TV binge this year? Look no further than the Edge writers’ handy guide to alternative 2019.