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Chloe review: Erin Doherty shines in gripping Highsmith-esque thriller

This tale of Instagram obsession manages to be both emotionally astute and compulsive


Who will (and who should) win at the BRITs?

Our mystic music man looks into his crystal ball


All the Disney movies coming out in 2022

Marvel spin-offs, sequels to childhood favourites and brand new animations for your cinematic calendar this year


Doom-scrolling and deceit: Chloe is a thriller for the Instagram age

The TV world is starting to engage with our online lives in thoughtful ways - and new BBC One drama Chloe is proof


Inventing Anna on Netflix - why are we obsessed with female scammers?

From Anna Delvey to Elizabeth Holmes, we’re appalled by female scammers - but secretly we lust after their freedom


Drag Race UK vs The World: Baga Chipz on making ‘brilliant telly’

The Drag Race UK season one finalist is coming back to the competition and feels “much better” about her looks this time around


Drag Race UK vs The World: Cheryl Hole on helping LGBTQ kids with drag

She shares blonde hair, Essex roots and a big personality with Gemma Collins, but Cheryl Hole managed to build her own path since Drag Race UK season one — now she is back for her Ru-demption.


Meet Ria Zmitrowicz: theatre’s best kept secret is about to go global

Rising star Ria Zmitrowicz has two plum roles on stage and screen this year - but she fears the pandemic has made her unconventional route into the industry even tougher for new talent


Downton déjà vu? The Julian Fellowes character types we know and love

The costume drama king behind Downton Abbey has set his latest series in 1880s New York - and some of the characters might feel a little familiar...


Euphoria: Is Zendaya’s hit show really that shocking?

Sex, drugs and nihilism - Euphoria’s unflinching portrayal of Gen-Z teenagehood has sparked a moral panic - but has the controversy been blown out of proportion?


RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs The World: Meet the cast of global queens

Mama Ru is coming back back back again to the UK, but this time the competition is between our Brit queens and a selection of Ru girls from around the world

Food + Drink

That’s hot! Cooking With Paris: We wrestle with the recipes

The Hilton heiress is back with the funniest show on TV. But how’s the food? David Ellis and Rosie Fitzmaurice put Paris’s recipes to the test


Adelayo Adedayo: Meet the breakout star of BBC One’s The Responder

As principled rookie cop Rachel, Adelayo Adedayo goes toe to toe with Martin Freeman in the BBC’s new police drama


What can we expect from jeen-yuhs, Netflix’s three-part Kanye doc?

The feverishly anticipated “trilogy” is arriving next month


Netflix’s Cheer brings back memories of my (amateur) cheerleading life

As the hit Netflix show returns for season 2, our former pom pom shaker reflects on a mercifully less dramatic cheerleading experience


Culture in London: the faces to watch in 2022 - TV and theatre

The stars of stage and screen we’ll all be talking about this year


Four Lives review: A harrowing re-telling of the ‘Grindr killer’ case

This straightforward but still shocking true crime drama about the victims of serial killer Stephen Port and their families foregrounds the police’s failings


Divorce, dukes, double standards: the story of A Very British Scandal

BBC One’s new drama, which debuts on Boxing Day, sheds light on one of Britain’s most notorious divorces - a case involving what we’d now see as revenge porn and slut-shaming


The Tourist review: mystery and memory loss in the Aussie outback

Amnesia storylines are a sure-fire way to create intrigue, but come with risk — will this BBC six-parter avoid the anti-climax?


Doctor Who Festive 2021 special review: satisfying and self-contained

This time-loop caper feels like a statement of intent for the rest of Jodie Whittaker’s tenure


Around the World in 80 Days review: A festive adventure full of wonder

Tennant brings a sense of wide-eye wonder to the role of Phileas Fogg in this Christmas crowdpleaser


Christmas TV: The best shows to watch over the festive season

From Strictly to starry thrillers and a pair of Attenborough specials, there’s plenty to keep you entertained this Christmas


The best true crime on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Channel 4 and more

What’s more festive for Christmas than a bit of, um, murder?


The Girl Before review: A brilliantly intriguing premise, squandered

This expensive drama has noir-ish pretensions but falls disappointingly flat


Fab-u-lous! The standout moments from Strictly Come Dancing 2021

The 19th series of Strictly Come Dancing has been a competition to remember - here are the best bits