LGBTIQ people watching Heartstopper are reporting feeling anger, grief, and sadness as they compared the show to their own relatively painful adolescence. Here’s how to navigate those feelings.
Older women and gay men both rarely see themselves reflected on the small screen.
In focusing on Savile as an individual, this investigation downplays the role Britain’s major institutions played in producing his celebrity icon mask.
Netflix’s subscription losses are a worrying shift for a business that had previously only seen sustained growth since 2011 – however there’s more nuance to the issue.
The ‘fool the eye’ cakes hearken back to popular paintings from another period in American history when there was anxiety over fakes, fraudsters and misinformation.
Archive 81 on Netflix uses “found footage”, a film technique beloved by the horror genre, in ways we haven’t seen before.
Romance readers would be familiar with the idea of romantic serialisation - now, Netflix’s Bridgerton brings the format to television, which is why season 1’s Duke of Hastings is nowhere to be seen.
Depicted as a restrictive and painful undergarment, the corset is often depicted as a symbol of women’s oppression in period dramas.
The allusive artist continues to fascinate as a series of new productions try to understand the man behind the work.
What exactly goes into that perfect “reality” television?
Zombies in horror are often a stand-in for our collective anxieties, manifesting our fears. All Of Us Are Dead continues this grand tradition.
What is it about Anna Delvey and Simon Leviev and how do gender and gender relations play a role in their schemes?
Inspired by the sensitive, handsome men they see on TV in their favorite K-dramas, they travel abroad in pursuit of a ‘soft’ masculinity they say they can’t find at home.
The mud rarely sticks.
The arrival of streaming platforms hasn’t been the silver bullet to solve timely release of content for Australian audiences.
“It can’t happen to me”: why we think we’re immune to con artist scams, how they go about swindling regular people - and why we love shows about them.
If characters on TV consumed less, research has found it can have an impact on the environmental behaviour of audiences
Despite the belief that people are deeply skeptical of strangers, study after study shows that humans are primed to trust one another.
The Netflix adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s The Lost Daughter explores motherhood as complexly as the book, but some things get lost in translation.
The movie is more than a metaphor for climate change. It is a metaphor for where 40 years of neoliberal economic policies have left us.