In-flight entertainment has evolved significantly over the years, from a one-off experiment to the on-demand streaming services many of us are now used to.
Old and new money come into conflict in this American ‘prequel’ to Downton Abbey.
Watching a woman character star in a fictional political TV drama can spark viewers, particularly women, to vote, campaign for a politician or find other ways to become involved in politics.
The streaming platform has invested heavily in TV and films from Brazil, South Korea and France.
There are so many pointless references in this show that a lot of the meaning gets lost.
‘Film therapy’ is a growing area of interest among experts.
Coogan’s profile as both an actor and as a comic contributed to the questions raised ahead of his portrayal of Jimmy Savile.
The show is being rebroadcast for a new generation and is more educational and political than it might have first appeared.
Believed to be mere entertainment, talk shows can become human dignity-crushing machines. The consequences of the degrading techniques used can be devastating for the victims.
What does ‘The White Lotus’ sound like? Both seasons 1 and 2 are characterized by an unsettling blurring of boundaries between music and sound design.
Although work in journalism has never been a safe bet, it’s now rife with deepening uncertainty. The TVO strike aimed at job security is a matter of public interest.
The enjoyment of the show is not in working out who did it but in the eccentricities of the ever-turning plot.
Terry Pratchett’s novels have been adapted for the screen 11 times now. Why are his novels so hard to get right?
Channel 4’s stealthy documentary on engineering human meat from the poor parallels Swift’s suggestion that people should eat the children of Ireland’s most destitute.
Two exhibits share stories of legendary Canadian children’s television. Examining this underappreciated and rich history will help ensure the industry is prioritized in policy decisions.
The seven-minute episodes show characters dealing with difficult emotions like fear and grief through play.
The Hollywood actors’ strike is a watershed moment for the entertainment industry, marking a turning point for the future of labour in the arts.
As part of recent challenges, multiple services have removed TV and film from their libraries – in many cases, meaning they are gone forever, inaccessible to any fan.
Deadloch is a potty-mouthed satire that is also a feisty feminist take on the more usual gender politics of the Nordic Noir crime drama.
American Born Chinese is a recent addition to stories of young people who grapple with what it means to be successful.