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Bridgerton season two review – back with less fun and far less sex

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A new season! A chance to begin the game again, with some unknown players but with the rules staying the same. As it was for the high society of 19th-century London, gossiping about which rich young men will woo which...

Insecure season five review – farewell to the most fun, excruciating comedy on TV

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There’s a crisis brewing in the TV world: no one can nail an ending. Indeed, almost every recent hit show, from Vigil to Squid Game, has delivered a decidedly lacklustre conclusion. Even the finale of The White Lotus ...

Ted Lasso season two review – the most joyous show on TV scores again

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Like Schitt’s Creek, whose equally warm-hearted comedy about overcoming adversity helped to inoculate us against the first panic of the pandemic, the first season of Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) offered succour to many as we...

I Think You Should Leave season two review: uncomfortable, ridiculous – and totally brilliant

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Tim Robinson looks like any old generic, middle-aged American white guy you might see shopping the aisles of Walmart or chugging bottled beer in a sports bar,while cheering on the Cincinnati Bearcats. That’s a kind of...

Fargo season four review – Kansas City chaos with Chris Rock

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Nothing says “important television” like a 20-minute prologue – and the fourth season of Fargo (Channel 4) has a good one. Narrated in the form of a school report by a teenage girl, Ethelrida, it tells the story of Ka...