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Review: Billions

Highlighting grey areas in morality can be a struggle for a show – let alone doing it successfully. However, Showtime’s Billions joins the slew of its series that excel in this regard. Bobby Axelrod, played by Damien Lewis, runs the titan hedge fund ‘Axe Capital’ with the sole aim of pursuing the worst aspect of […]

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She may be ‘out of her mind’… but aren’t we all?

Strong woman-fronted comedies have never been more popular, due to the immense success of Fleabag, Game Face, This Way Up, Chewing Gum, and many others. However, Sara Pascoe’s take on this fashionable format is more of a psychedelic Ted Talk about human relationships than your classic sit-com.  Do not let that description put you off. […]

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Des Review

Des is unsatisfying in every way possible, and thank God it is. Focused on the real life investigation and trial of Scottish serial killer Dennis Nilsen, it seems that the three-part series is a complete departure from typical ‘true life’ crime shows. The audience sees nothing of the horrific crimes committed, and the killer is […]

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Killing Eve: Series Three Review

Warning: the following review contains spoilers.   The announcement of the third series of Killing Eve in March made the idea of going into lockdown a little bit better. Musing on memories of female rage, fluffy pink ballgowns and a beheading by Sandra Oh, I felt relatively cheery. But two months and one season later, […]