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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.

<p>The Little Mix star fronts a powerful documentary</p>

Leigh-Anne: Pop, Race & Power - a moving look at music industry racism

As the only black member of one of the world’s biggest girl bands, the singer has a unique insight on systemic racism in the music industry


Ann Skelly: Meet the breakout star of period sci-fi The Nevers

The show nearly got derailed by showrunner Joss Whedon’s departure, but, says the actress, it’s back on track and a chance to ‘reclaim’ the past


Aaron Pierre: When Barry Jenkins DM’d me, I thought it must be a joke

The London-born star of The Underground Railroad caught Jenkins’ attention when he was performing Shakespeare at the Globe


Frazzled mums and sharp one-liners - Motherland is still a joy

The knitwear is fancier this time around, but the jokes are as strong as ever


The best British period dramas, from Pride and Prejudice to Downton

Romance! Gorgeous costumes! Brooding glances! As we await the BBC’s new adaptation of The Pursuit of Love, we pick our faves


Cast announced for UK remake of Call My Agent!

The creator of W1A will write a British take on Netflix’s star-studded Parisian comedy


Barry Jenkins’ Underground Railroad adaptation is a staggering feat

Jenkins’ adaptation of Colson Whitehead’s novel proves he’s one of the most exciting filmmakers around


Line of Duty series six finale trailer promises a huge H reveal

Who is the fourth man? What’s on Gail Vella’s laptop? Will James Nesbitt ever make a cameo?


Meet the super-stylists behind the A-list’s virtual red carpet looks

Red carpets and flashbulbs are off, but it’s been no holiday for Hollywood’s glam squads. Ahead of the Oscars, Katie Rosseinsky meets the stylists behind the A-list’s WFH haute couture


Will the 2021 Oscars be the weirdest ceremony in Academy history?

From the Zoom confusion to the new venue slap bang in the middle of a major transport hub, it’s far from business as usual


First look trailer unveiled for Iraq War drama Danny Boy

The one-off drama is set to air on BBC Two later this spring


The new TV shows and films landing on Netflix in May

Start planning your May viewing schedule here...


Marcus Thurwell: Could Line of Duty’s latest bent copper be ‘H?

Meet the latest bent copper under investigation by the AC-12 gang (spoilers for episode five ahead)


Line of Duty recap: Is this Jed Mercurio’s best cliffhanger yet?

A DNA reveal, the return of Pat Carmichael and a watch-through-your-fingers ending - episode five had it all


This Is My House’s guessing game shouldn’t work - yet it’s TV gold

This Stacey Dooley-fronted competition makes zero sense, but somehow it’s hilarious - and addictive - viewing


Too Close: Denise Gough and Emily Watson elevate a tense two-hander

It’s hard to look away from this cat and mouse game, as a woman accused of a terrible crime starts to get under her psychiatrist’s skin


Anna Maxwell Martin is returning to Line of Duty as DCS Carmichael

Pat is back, fellas! (Spoilers for Line of Duty ahead)


Denise Gough: Difficult women are still seen as unpalatable on TV

The actress on her new role in ITV thriller Too Close, her hopes for the return of theatre and taking on the biggest franchise in the galaxy


How Taylor Swift is changing the music industry a re-record at a time

Taylor Swift is turning her bad blood with mogul Scooter Braun into a revolution for female artists. Katie Rosseinsky charts the fallout of music’s biggest feud


Line of Duty recap: Catchphrases, cash and a very watery detour

Answering yes or no, will our blood pressure ever return to normal after this excruciatingly stressful episode? (Spoilers ahead)

Events and Things To Do

How to make the most of the Easter bank holiday weekend

Four days of freedom await — so what to do with them? From cherry blossom trails and outdoor art shows to virtual egg hunts, let the long weekend begin…


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

A new Idris Elba movie, clever comedy, a dramatic art heist and much more...


Sisters doing it for themselves: the rise of the actress-producer

Fed up of one-dimensional - or non-existent - female roles, more and more actresses are seeking greater creative control behind the camera


Murder in Milan: The wild true story behind Gaga’s Gucci film

As pictures from the set of House of Gucci go viral, Katie Rosseinsky reports on the gripping true story that inspired it


Meet the Oscar-nominated film producer joining the Sussex squad

The producer recently picked up an Academy Award nomination for his work on Promising Young Woman


The Flight Attendant: Kaley Cuoco shines in this deadpan thriller

Worst hangover ever? Cuoco is compelling as a woman on the edge in this darkly comic murder mystery


Operation Varsity Blues: A gripping insight into a broken system

Netflix’s latest true crime effort blends interviews and real footage with dramatic reconstructions


UK Hun? The best (and most bonkers) moments from Drag Race UK series 2

Drag Race UK has been the only thing getting us through lockdown 3.0 - not a joke, just a fact


PR stunts are out, Zoom is in: Inside 2021’s virtual awards race

Will an awards season stripped of fancy red carpets and expensive PR stunts favour smaller, independent films?


A brief history of bombshell royal interviews

A look back at royal tell-alls through the years


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...