A Margaret Atwood adaptation, a new Marvel-Netflix series, and La La Land.
Culture Editor Josh beats the proverbial horse as he criticises the nerdy sitcom.
Abi Cutler jumps into battle to protect the derided sitcom’s honour.
Anticipating the newest adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic ‘Murder on the Orient Express’, Nelly Mair looks at the milestones of mystery fiction.
Looking for a good scare this Halloween? Records Executive Sam Law suggests giving horror games a go.
With Halloween upon us, The Edge discusses some of their favourite spooky sitcom specials.
Eleanor Joyce introduces the legendary developer and some of their most prolific titles.
Editorial Executive Sophie Jones examines the many inspirations underlying the hit Netflix series Stranger Things.
The Netflix hit is almost back for Season 2.
Farihah Choudhury takes a look at a simple GBBO recipe – that of the show itself.
Sarah Rendell looks at how the ongoing drama ‘Liar’ might damage attitudes towards victims of rape even more.
With Lionsgate Films working on a movie adaptation, Léa looks back on Patrick Ness’ trilogy.
Katja Stout anticipates the supposedly unsinkable musical.
With the illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban now out, Abigail Wood takes a look at the franchise’s fleeting authenticity.