There are many problems with Sherlock’s apparent last outing, claims Lisa Veiber.
Tash Williamson reviews the Giovanni Ribisi comedy, which airs on Amazon Prime.
Outspoken and unapologetic, Channel 4’s female-led cop drama makes a welcome return.
Is Netflix’s new series ‘rife with misfortune and despair’?
A ‘relentless hellfire of misery and despair’, but all the better for it, says Ellis Murrell.
Megan Isaac insists there’s nothing ‘taboo’ about this brand new Saturday night BBC drama.
Not a Honey G in sight, but still a THOUSAND times more fun.
The forensic pathology show celebrates its twentieth series on our screens.
Damian Meaden reviews the return of everyone’s favourite genius sleuth.
From some great British TV gems, to the rise of the binge-watch, The Edge count down the best shows of 2016.
Ellis Murrell reviews Sky1’s festive offering, an adaptation of the Jasper Fforde novel.
This year’s list includes The People vs. OJ Simpson, The OA and Fleabag.
Katrina Vasey reviews the return of our favourite midwives, who journey to Africa in the special.