Big on unnecessary tit-shots and staggering violence, but still undeniably brilliant: Hannah Dunleavy talks Terence Winter’s Prohibition-set drama.
Not getting enough Russian spy drama in the real world? Get stuck into The Americans, says Hannah Dunleavy.
Deft, dense writing as funny as it’s surprising and darker than the inside of a cow. Kiri Pritchard-McLean could yell about Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton’s compendium of nightmares until her throat’s raw.
A series which can make you piss yourself laughing while being shit-scared: Alison Carr reckons Psychoville is a proper telly triumph.
Binging bragging rights go squarely to Sooz Kempner who has seen right through Amazon Originals’ series Transparent. Right from series one through to series three, to be exact. In three days.
Almost 17 years after it was cancelled, Paul Feig and Judd Apatow’s cult comedy finally gets an airing on Netflix. Here’s Hannah Dunleavy on why you should watch it.
Anneka Harry demands we all start watching Sally Phillips, Fiona Allen and Doon Mackichan’s show right now. And if that doesn’t make you, maybe her Top 10 sketches might.
It’s smart, funny, touching and now on Netflix. What, asks Camilla King, are you waiting for?
Think toast is just a breakfast vehicle for delicious toppings? Think again, says Lucy Reynolds, who can’t get enough of Matt Berry’s sitcom vehicle for delicious laughs.
A series with a smart, flawed, funny, normal woman centre forward? Sarah Millican can’t get enough and implores you to join her in loving Rebecca Bunch’s bonkers life choices.