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Katie Rosseinsky is Arts Commissioning Editor and Writer at the Evening Standard, focusing on television and film across print and digital.
Boyle’s latest project is based on guitarist Steve Jones’s memoir
Michelle Obama with cute puppets, a new spin on Sherlock Holmes and much more...
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 these now and you can feel like a smug smartypants when they hit the screen
Channel 4’s documentary traces the high-profile publicist’s downfall in painstaking, often disturbing detail
A new investigative podcast and an upcoming film are delving into the strip group’s surprisingly dark backstory
Your cheat sheet for last night’s winners and losers
Mother of God - AC-12 are returning to our screens very soon indeed...
This Belfast-set police drama has Jed Mercurio’s seal of approval
Who slayed Snatch Game the most? Here’s our ranking - the UK Hun edition
First Bond rumours, now this - there’s no stopping our favourite Duke
This darkly comic thriller has already received a handful of awards nominations
The new series reimagines Anne's final months as a psychological thriller
Drunken dinner parties, mismatched couples and faint hopes of finding true love - Married at First Sight Australia has it all
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 noms are in! Our critics give their predictions and opinions...
Surely somebody has commissioned this, right?
A well-paced, twist-laden script and strong performances make The Drowning a compulsive watch - even if it does stretch our credulity
Start planning your February viewing schedule now…
The group’s catchphrase is based on the writer’s early days
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
With starrier than usual guests and a refreshing sense of fun, it’s no surprise game shows are becoming lockdown favourites
Oliver Twist becomes a parkour-loving graffiti artist in this ill-advised remake
Is there something in the water?! Telly’s frontmen are serving up serious sex appeal, from Regency hunks to brooding bad boys
Desperate for some lockdown inspo? Turn on the telly
Finally, some good news…
Start your engines! Drag Race UK is back for round two… with three of the capital’s fiercest queens representing London
We couldn’t help but wonder: what would SATC look like without Samantha?
ITV’s new series tells the story of how a cold case re-investigation helped catch a serial killer
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