Subtitles need to be read quickly and dubbing needs to match lips. It’s not an easy feat.
Rising household debt in South Korea is crippling many and Squid Game speaks to this very real horror facing many in the country.
One of the greatest science fiction writers, Asimov’s work has had a lasting effect thanks to his prescient takes on technology, climate collapse and humanity’s future.
It’s a painful irony that a multi-billion pound industry, purporting to mirror real life is essentially erasing women’s stories from our screens.
British TV is at its best when representing the modern reality of the country.
Royal satire has softened over the last 300 years, but audiences are more sensitive to barbs against the institution.
The Wire was a Greek tragedy, a novel and a bingeworthy social commentary.
From music videos to reality TV, the channel has had a hand in crafting entertainment as we know it today.
There is little language for sex acts that aren’t going all the way, the full shebang, doing it…
A woman’s right to use fillers and have plastic surgery was a topic of discussion on the show after a male contestant alluded that he found women who used such enhancements ‘fake’.
From its strong female lead who could take down anything in her path to its LGBT undertones, Xena: Warrior Princess stole the hearts of a truly diverse audience.
The classic cop show is now a problematic genre, but if it can change, then perhaps real world policing can too.
Historically inaccurate portrayals of Anne Boleyn aren’t new, and artistic license is vital to telling her story.
At once tender and horrific, The Underground Railroad’s use of visuals and sound beautifully portray the reality of slavery and its legacy in the US today.
Friends has made audiences laugh by breaching what we expect to happen when people speak.
‘WandaVision’ reimagines stories from Egyptian and Greek mythology, as well as Buddhist tradition.
Despite a new legal framework for abortion services, many women still travel to other parts of the UK to have an abortion.
The costumes in period dramas are opulent and highly memorable, shaping how we think of the royal family beyond the screen.
It’s not the sole answer to fixing structural inequalities, but as a profession committed to addressing harassment and abuse on set, it’s clearly needed
Not so dramatic and a hell of a lot more methodical, the business of weeding out corruption in the British Police force is quite different to that in Line of Duty.