‘Squid Game’ has captured millions of viewers’ attention, but to what extent can the buzz generated by a piece of entertainment impact our evaluation of its quality?
In the September edition of ‘What I’ve Been Watching’, I cover the third season of Sex Education, a show that might just be my favourite ongoing series.
The thrill of Mike White’s satirical piece of television is not finding out whodunnit; it is watching its immensely gifted showrunner tackle several issues such as class divisions, gender roles, and grief in a simultaneously poignant and hysterical fashion.
As the Marvel Cinematic Universe enters a new era, the first of its Disney+ shows delves deeper into established characters in innovative and enjoyable ways.
For my ‘What I’ve Been Watching’ piece covering February, I pay tribute to one of the surprisingly enthralling television series I’ve seen.
In a difficult year, a rare piece of good fortune was the amount of high-quality productions available on television. I have highlighted 10 which resonated with me for a variety of reasons.
Luca Guadagnino’s first foray into television delivers terrific results, bolstered by memorable performances from two immensely talented young leads.