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Katie Rosseinsky

Katie Rosseinsky is Arts Commissioning Editor and Writer at the Evening Standard, focusing on television and film across print and digital.


Anarchy on the TV: First look at Danny Boyle’s Sex Pistols series

Boyle’s latest project is based on guitarist Steve Jones’s memoir


The best new TV shows and films landing on Netflix in March

Michelle Obama with cute puppets, a new spin on Sherlock Holmes and much more...


Andra Day: I wanted to celebrate Billie Holiday’s civil rights legacy

The star has been nominated for a Golden Globe - and it’s her first role. She pulled it off through sheer terror, she tells Katie Rosseinsky


Read it before the film: the best upcoming page-to-screen adaptations

Read these now and you can feel like a smug smartypants when they hit the screen


Channel 4’s Max Clifford doc is relentlessly unnerving viewing

Channel 4’s documentary traces the high-profile publicist’s downfall in painstaking, often disturbing detail


Line of Duty: A brief history of AC-12’s cases so far

Twists, turns and bent coppers galore - jog your memory ahead of series six with our cheat sheet


The dark true story of Chippendales is your next true crime obsession

A new investigative podcast and an upcoming film are delving into the strip group’s surprisingly dark backstory


Golden Globes: The biggest surprises and snubs from the ceremony

Your cheat sheet for last night’s winners and losers


BBC confirms release date for Line of Duty series 6

Mother of God - AC-12 are returning to our screens very soon indeed...


Bloodlands is a moody, compelling thriller for Line of Duty fans

This Belfast-set police drama has Jed Mercurio’s seal of approval


How to watch: Framing Britney Spears is finally available in the UK

The documentary that everyone’s talking about airs on Sky Documentaries this week


I Hate Suzie set to return for second series

Piper and Prebble’s series was one of 2020’s standout TV moments


Sorry, not a match: We ranked every UK Snatch Game impression

Who slayed Snatch Game the most? Here’s our ranking - the UK Hun edition


Darling! This is the best of fashion on film

Start your London Fashion Week with our pick of the rag trade on screen


Regé-Jean Page’s big week: From hosting SNL to Dungeons & Dragons role

First Bond rumours, now this - there’s no stopping our favourite Duke


Kaley Cuoco’s The Flight Attendant is coming to UK screens next month

This darkly comic thriller has already received a handful of awards nominations


Channel 5 unveils first look at Jodie Turner-Smith as Anne Boleyn

The new series reimagines Anne's final months as a psychological thriller


Married at First Sight Australia is lockdown TV’s guiltiest pleasure

Drunken dinner parties, mismatched couples and faint hopes of finding true love - Married at First Sight Australia has it all


Thomas Brodie-Sangster: Child stardom can be alienating

He's 30, and a seasoned actor with a starring role in a smash hit series and a new cartoon movie on the way, but he's still getting recognised as that kid from Love Actually


The Drowning: Jill Halfpenny is compelling in this gripping thriller

A well-paced, twist-laden script and strong performances make The Drowning a compulsive watch - even if it does stretch our credulity


La! Russell T Davies shares story behind the It’s A Sin gang’s in-joke

The group’s catchphrase is based on the writer’s early days


Elaine Paige: I’m proud to be part of an industry that never gives up

The queen of musical theatre on her most memorable performances, why everyone should take the vaccine and the ‘devastation’ of having a show shut down by Covid restrictions


Weird and wonderful game shows are cheering up lockdown TV

With starrier than usual guests and a refreshing sense of fun, it’s no surprise game shows are becoming lockdown favourites


Twist review: this modern spin on Dickens is truly dire

Oliver Twist becomes a parkour-loving graffiti artist in this ill-advised remake


Bridgerton and beyond: The lockdown TV crushes worth falling for

Is there something in the water?! Telly’s frontmen are serving up serious sex appeal, from Regency hunks to brooding bad boys


Meet the London queens ready to slay in RuPaul’s Drag Race UK series 2

Start your engines! Drag Race UK is back for round two… with three of the capital’s fiercest queens representing London


Everything we know so far about the Sex and the City reboot

We couldn’t help but wonder: what would SATC look like without Samantha? 


The chilling true story behind The Pembrokeshire Murders

ITV’s new series tells the story of how a cold case re-investigation helped catch a serial killer


Bridgerton to The Great: How period dramas embraced the 21st century

It’s one of our biggest exports, but the classic britches and bonnets series don’t tend to truly reflect Britain then, let alone now. But a new crop of shows are loosening the bodice-strings