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Can the new SATC reboot ever hope to work without Samantha Jones?

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    Derry Girls’ Siobhán McSweeney stars in ITV’s next big book adaptation

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Valeria and Victor’s passionate affair in Netflix’s Valeria is well worth tuning in for.
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Have you watched Netflix’s sexiest TV show yet?

The streaming platform’s take on SATC is very popular, and season 2 is due to drop this summer...

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Post Mortem: No One Dies in Skarnes
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Netflix’s new Scandi noir has a dark but surprisingly funny twist

It involves vampires...

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Only Murders In The Building: Selena Gomez
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Selena Gomez’s new murder series finally has a trailer, and we’re hooked

Anyone else already addicted to Only Murders in The Building?

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Everything you need to know about Hit & Run, Netflix’s new revenge thriller
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This new Netflix thriller is giving us major Gone Girl mixed with Taken vibes

“She’s really ruined your life. I hope she was worth it.”

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This new BBC crime drama is inspired by an actual Nottinghamshire murder

Here’s what you need to know about Sherwood.

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Charlize Theron’s new horror series is a beautiful feminist nightmare

We honestly can’t wait to lose sleep over The Final Girl Support Group…

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The films and TV shows worth watching on Amazon Prime this August

From Cruel Summer to Nine Perfect Strangers, Amazon Prime is well and truly spoiling us with this juicy lineup...

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Scottish serial killer Dennis Nilsen in the back of a police van during his trial at the Old Bailey, London, October 1983. He was charged with six murders and two attempted murders. In November, he was convicted on all charges and sentenced to life imprisonment. It is thought Nilsen is responsible for at least 15 murders. (Photo by Dave Benett/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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The chilling trailer for Netflix’s Memories Of A Murderer has finally landed

Michael Harte, who brought us Emmy-winning Netflix series Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer, is helming the project.

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India's Rape Scandal on Channel 4.
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“It is a really terrifying time”: why India’s Rape Scandal is essential viewing

This new Channel 4 documentary is so important.

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Handmaid's Tale season 4 episode 6 'Vows': Elisabeth Moss as June
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How that shocking Handmaid’s Tale reunion changes absolutely everything

Warning: this article contains spoilers for Vows, so please do not proceed if you’ve not watched episode 6, season 4 yet.

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Handmaid’s Tale fans, did you spot the significance of that hidden Bible verse?

Blessed be the spoilers, obviously.

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Ahead of Ted Lasso season 2, catch up with what’s happened so far

The hit series is back.

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What we must remember while watching the BBC’s Reclaiming Amy

“She didn’t let anybody down; she was a victim of addiction.”

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Sarah Jessica Parker on location for Annie Leibowitz's Vogue "Sex and the city" photo shoot in Central Park on March 7, 2008 in New York City. (Photo by James Devaney/WireImage)
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The Sex And The City reboot is resurrecting this terrible TV trope

So Big and Carrie are at it again, and we’ve honestly had enough.

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Meet the new characters joining Sanditon’s surprise second season

Exciting news for Jane Austen fans.

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Marie Kondo attends the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards on September 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
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Marie Kondo’s new Netflix show is coming to shake things up in a big way

“The home was just the beginning,” reads the (slightly ominous) poster.

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THE CHAIR (L to R) DAVID MORSE as DEAN LARSON, SANDRA OH as JI-YOON, CLIFF CHAMBERLAIN as RONNY, and IAN LITHGOW as SANDBERG in episode 106 of THE CHAIR Cr. ELIZA MORSE/NETFLIX © 2021
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Sandra Oh’s new Netflix trailer speaks to us on such a major level

“I feel like someone handed me a ticking time bomb,” she says, “because they wanted to make sure a woman was holding it when it explodes.”

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Why the world is now addicted to “background TV”

Psychologists have explored how having the TV on in the background *really* impacts your concentration.

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Everyone’s saying the same thing about Steve McQueen’s important new docuseries

The first episode of Uprising aired last night on BBC One.

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Martin Compston plays an ‘estranged husband’ in ITV’s next big psychological thriller

Tuppence Middleton also stars in this intriguing new series.

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