After Line of Duty‘s explosive final episode, Hannah Dunleavy‘s just glad that Bring Your Baby to Work Day and Bring Your Cop Killer to Work Day didn’t clash this year. Contains SPOILERS.
Line of Duty episode five gave us graveyard Scooby Doo-ing, half-arsed woo-ing and balcony-staring aplenty, says Hannah Dunleavy. Contains SPOILERS.
Secrets, secret handshakes and never mind that: what the hell did Denton record on her phone? Hannah Dunleavy talks Line of Duty episode 4. Contains SPOILERS.
Episode three of Line of Duty and, as Hannah Dunleavy discovers, Dot’s got more mobile phones than Jackie’s got versions of events. Contains SPOILERS.
Episode two of Line of Duty and Hannah Dunleavy needs a cup of tea. Or a nice chianti. Contains spoilers.
Line of Duty‘s back and Hannah Dunleavy will be blogging all the episodes here. She’s put her police lanyard on and everything.
Hannah Dunleavy takes a look at Sky’s new mini-series about black activism in 70s London.
Our resident telly expert Hannah Dunleavy has been gobsmacked by the amount of decent roles and astounding performances on TV this year. She picks her top 20.
Just come back from holiday? Fear not, Hannah Dunleavy‘s here to condense what you missed. This time, she’s looking at the first 12 days of the nuclear-powered shitblizzard that is the US election. WTFJH?
Caitlin Moran is calling on Raised by Wolves fans to unite in protest at its cancellation. Hannah Dunleavy is in. And so are we.