Broadchurch series 2: A victim of its own success?

NCIS Births Another Spin-off: New Orleans

A Long, Hot Indian Summer

Redbrick TV meets: Banana

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    Broadchurch series 2: A victim of its own success?

    As the much-talked about series comes to an end, TV critic Georgie Deaville gives her overview of Broadchurch series 2 and whether it deserves the backlash it has faced.

    Written by Redbrick on 3rd March 2015

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    NCIS Births Another Spin-off: New Orleans

    As NCIS enters its 12th season, executive producers have thought it might be time for another office somewhere new, like New Orleans perhaps. TV critic Roshni Patel explores the latest series.

    Written by Roshni Patel on 22nd February 2015

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    A Long, Hot Indian Summer

    Channel 4 have pulled out all the stops - from an all star cast to cinematic shots - with their latest Sunday night drama, Indian Summers: but is it enough to win over the Sunday prime-time audience? Writer Olivia Tracey explains why it wins the battle for her.

    Written by Olivia Tracey on 22nd February 2015

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    Redbrick TV meets: Banana

    It's part of Channel 4's much talked about drama trio, alongside Cucumber and Tofu, and focuses on the lives and relationships of young LGBT people. Writer Dean Eastmond speaks to the producer of Banana, Emily Feller, and poses his questions about creating the series and her career.

    Written by Dean Eastmond on 21st February 2015

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    Who You Gonna Call?

    There's no denying that Breaking Bad gripped viewers across the world with the pursuits of Walter White: but can prequel Better Call Saul, based on the life of lawyer Saul Goodman, have the same effect? Critic Matt McCrory gives his view.

    Written by Matt McCrory on 21st February 2015

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    Preview: I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse

    It's the latest in the growing trend of post-zombie breakout media, but is I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse as terrifying as we may hope?

    Written by Shannon Carey on 16th February 2015

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    Psychology of an Anti-Hero

    More and more TV shows are being led by a damaged character, from Sherlock to Breaking Bad. Writer Matt Dawson explores the reasons behind the rise of these anti-heroes.

    Written by Matt Dawson on 12th February 2015

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    When Romance is a Catastrophe

    This January, Channel Four debuted its new comedy drama Catastrophe, written by and starring Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney.

    Written by Ella Downing on 11th February 2015

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    House of Cards in Tights: Wolf Hall

    It's the BBC's latest costume drama: but can Wolf Hall live up to the outstanding period series that have come before it? TV Critic Olivia Tracey investigates.

    Written by Olivia Tracey on 11th February 2015

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    Cucumber, Banana, Tofu: A Perfect Recipe?

    As Channel 4 introduce three interconnected series exploring LGBT relationships, writer Ella Downing asks whether 'Cucumber', 'Banana' and 'Tofu' will all have us coming back for seconds.

    Written by Ella Downing on 8th February 2015

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    Game of Thrones Season 5: The Trailer Broken Down

    Game of Thrones is always a talking point and there were no exceptions when the season five trailer was released. Critic Harry Turner tells us what we can learn about the upcoming series from those highly talked about five minutes.

    Written by Harry Turner on 8th February 2015

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    Fortitude Is What You’ll Need

    It features an all-star cast and it's Sky's latest 'big' TV series. But can crime drama Fortitude warm the audience or is it destined for a frosty reception? Critic Roshni Patel gives her opinion.

    Written by Roshni Patel on 5th February 2015
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