Embracing change is the theme of Doctor Who's fizzing series opener.
Many viewers think that the recent adaptation of Vanity Fair plays fast and loose with Thackeray's novel. But the writer was surprisingly modern.
Cast as some unworldly young woman who wrote a 19th-century romance, Emily Brontë is more powerful and relevant than she is given credit for.
A new Channel 4 drama has drawn criticism from social workers for its representation of the profession.
Stranger Things is re-writing the 'reference' book on homage and intertextuality.
“Gritty,” “authentic” are words of praise often used for TV director David Simon: No less so with The Deuce, his new series about the rise of the porn industry in New York City in the 1970s.
BBC sitcom Fleabag rewrites the rules on depicting women in drama, freeing the female character from the mindless stereotyping that has straitjacketed women for so long.
Police drama Happy Valley beat off the challenge of high-profile streamed dramas to carry off the big prize.
The problems and how we might fix them.
The East India Company offered men untold travel and riches – if they survived.
Dennis Potter's 1986 story of a writer in need of psychological renewal rewrote the TV drama rulebook.