There are few politicians in The Good Fight, but it remains the most interesting American political series of the past few years.
The third season of Aziz Ansari’s Master of None explores the complexities of a lesbian relationship. It is like nothing the show has done before.
This gripping TV adaptation of H.G. Wells’ 1898 novel, updated to a contemporary setting, is more layered, intimate and satisfying than the original story.
The emotional centre of British TV series It’s a Sin is a home. But this home looks quite different to the one our leaders might imagine when they issue stay-at-home orders.
Lisa Portolan was 19 when The Secret Life of Us premiered. Stumbling upon the four seasons on Netflix, she anticipated a blissful lockdown TV escape, but instead found nostalgia had a dark side.
The lead protagonist in the British TV comedy series Black Books might even relish being in lockdown. If you don’t, you might enjoy watching this show.
Kath and Kim is being embraced by a new generation and this female-centered comedy series has much to say about Australian life.
In cult Danish TV series The Killing, detective Sarah Lund displays courage in the face of politicians sadly lacking it.
Rutherford Falls shows strained relationships, but also friendships. And above all, it features joy.
For 20 years, Jodi McAlister has been watching The Bold and The Beautiful. Under lockdown, again, she finds comfort in the reliable rhythms of a slow-drip soap opera set in the world of high fashion.