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Since Bugs Bunny they have been underrated, but Nancy Cartwright, who plays Bart Simpson, says things are changing
The Duffer brothers expand the narrative and broaden the cast for the latest outing of their teen horror series on Netflix
Harrowing but unmissable drama about football abuse in ‘Floodlights’; Patricia Clarkson and Brendan Gleeson star in ‘State of the Union’; an all-Hispanic cast in racy thriller ‘Now and Then’; Kaley Cuoco stars in season 2 of ‘The Flight Attendant’; ‘Claire Danes and Tom Hiddleston star in ‘The Essex Serpent’; Sally Rooney’s ‘Conversation with Friends’ — reviews by Dan Einav and Brian Ng
As the globetrotting TV show begins its second season, showrunner Steve Yockey talks about trauma and comedy
The series on Sky/Now careers from screwball comedy to high-stakes thriller to childhood drama
Series two of the comedy about a couple undergoing marriage counselling brings more sharp dialogue
An all-Hispanic cast stars in this bilingual series about a murder among a group of college graduates
As new drama ‘Pistol’ reminds us, the late 1970s was a time of fashion anarchy. Four decades on, does punk still inform style?
Feature-length BBC2 show recounts former footballer Andy Woodward’s experience of abuse by his coach
The comedian exchanges her brashly confessional brand of humour for an introspective approach.
The pair review television as well as films in their new series for Sony
The Sky Atlantic/HBO show is buoyed by the charisma of the two lovers but the central conceit is unavoidably clunky
Superstition and suspicion fuel Apple’s series about a village panicked by Essex’s answer to the Loch Ness Monster
An awkward love quadrilateral takes shape in this BBC/Hulu series based on the Irish author’s debut novel
An underwhelming new Halo series may be a harbinger for the many adaptations in the pipeline — but there is hope
The BBC war correspondent tackles the effect his work has had on his mental health with incisive self-awareness
A new documentary about a fertility consultant who duped countless patients is an outlier within the true crime genre
What does the advent of ‘intimacy co-ordinators’ say about our changing attitudes?
How about ‘When Harry Left Sally’? Or maybe something from ‘The Godfather’ cinematic universe?
French-language Disney Plus series dramatises the true story of a student beaten to death by police in 1986
Consumer belt-tightening could favour the Japanese giant — though it may also prompt an uglier battle for market share
The anthology series returns to focus on the relationships of Marcus, a book editor living in New York
A mysterious death splits a family apart in an intense HBO/Sky Atlantic dramatisation of a true story
Planned legislation aims to give UK public service broadcasters boost in battle against streaming services
The Amazon series swaps the Eiffel for the Shard in a déjà-vu-filled exercise in translation