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Atypical Review

I’m a weirdo, that’s what everyone says. These are the words of the protagonist of Netflix’s new comedy-drama Atypical. Sam is 18 years old, has Autism Spectrum Disorder, and is…

Brand New Netflix Original: A Series of Unfortunate Events

Last week, the highly anticipated TV adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events came to Netflix. This season focuses on the first four books, such as The Bad…

National Treasure Review (CW: Rape)

What makes a woman stand by her husband when he is accused of rape? This is the question posited by Channel 4’s dark new drama, National Treasure, which portrays a…

The A Word: BBC One

He talks, he laughs, he looks you in the eye. How can he be autistic? is the question posed by The A Word, a new six-part BBC drama, which follows…

First Dates: Channel 4

First Dates has once again returned to our screens this week, and now in its sixth series it promises to be as popular as ever. As usual, we are a…

E4’s Aliens

Set in a dystopian version of the modern world, E4 brings us a new sci-fi comedy-drama, The Aliens. From the same producer as Channel 4’s Misfits, we are plunged into…

Happy Valley returns on BBC 2

Last week saw the long-awaited return of Sally Wainwright’s Bafta award-winning crime drama, Happy Valley, promising to be as gripping as ever. We re-join the drama around 18 months on,…

The Real Marigold Hotel: BBC Two

Inspired by John Madden’s The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, BBC 2 brings us The Real Marigold Hotel, a whole new kind of celebrity travelogue. Eight famous pensioners, including Miriam Margolyes,…