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    Looking at the World Through a New (Queer) Eye

    TV Critic Morgana Chess gives her point of view on Netflix's reboot of the makeover show Queer Eye

    Written by Morgana Chess on 10th May 2018

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    Review: Ordeal by Innocence

    Deputy Editor-elect Kat Smith gives her rundown of Ordeal by Innocence, Sarah Phelps' most recent Agatha Christie adaptation for the BBC

    Written by Kat Smith on 22nd April 2018

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    Netflix: International Programming Taking the World by Storm

    TV Editor Matt Dawson looks at some of the subtitled highlights brought to you from around the world by Netflix

    Written by Matt Dawson on 10th April 2018

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    Teddy Perkins, Or Why You Should Be Watching Atlanta

    Comment Editor Alex Cirant-Taljaard breaks down Teddy Perkins, the most recent chilling episode of Donald Glover's comedy-drama series Atlanta

    Written by Alex Cirant-Taljaard on 10th April 2018

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    SU2C Bake-Off: Celebrity Bakers Stand Up to Cancer

    TV Critic Emily Chapman explains how the SU2C Bake-Off special fits into the tradition of TV charity specials

    Written by emilyj_chapman on 31st March 2018

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    Weinstein: The Inside Story

    TV Critic Morgana Chess looks at Panorama's documentary Weinstein: The Inside Story, as it offers a glimpse into an industry that failed so many women

    Written by Morgana Chess on 23rd March 2018

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    Working with Weinstein

    Following a recent Channel 4 documentary, TV's Kimberly Malek explores the abuse that Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein inflicted on his employees

    Written by Kimberleymalek on 23rd March 2018

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    Throwback: Hannibal

    TV Critic Madeline McInnis looks back on the suave, sophisticated and sanguine series that was Hannibal

    Written by mmcinnis on 23rd March 2018

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    The Bold Type: Fearless Feminism at its Finest

    Jessica Green reviews Amazon Prime's recent original series The Bold Type, as it tells a story set in a fashion magazine with an empowering feminist angle for a new generation

    Written by Jessica Green on 18th March 2018

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    Review: Rotten

    TV's Morgana Chess reviews the Netflix documentary that is better than its name suggests, as Rotten delves into the darkest secrets of the food industry

    Written by Morgana Chess on 16th March 2018

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    The Walking Dead Season 8 Mid-Season Premiere Review

    TV's Niamh Brennan gives her thoughts on the return of The Walking Dead, as we say farewell to one of the few remaining original characters

    Written by Niamh Brennan on 15th March 2018

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    Survival of the Fittest: Hot or Not?

    TV Critic Daisy Andrews reviews the trashy yet addictive Survival of the Fittest, the latest reality TV show to come from the creators of Love Island

    Written by Daisy on 15th March 2018
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