TV Reviews

‘Sex Education’ season four review: horny high schoolers go out with a bang

The British teen drama climaxes in a messy but marvellous way

‘A Time Called You’ review: a body swapping, time loopy romance

A grieving woman is transported back to 1998, where she wakes up in the body of a teen who's in love with someone that looks exactly like her dead fiance

‘NCT 127: The Lost Boys’ review: down the rabbit hole with the SM Entertainment boyband

This four-part docuseries takes a unique approach to telling the stories of the nine-member group

‘Top Boy’ season five review: still the greatest TV show on Netflix

As the final sunset falls on Summerhouse, Dushane and Sully decide their futures

‘One Piece’ review: swashbuckling pirate samurai on the high seas

Eiichiro Oda's long-running manga and anime series gets the live-action Netflix treatment

‘Behind Your Touch’ review: cheap slapstick humour hits rock bottom

This new Netflix Korean series offers up some middling laughs, but there’s nothing beyond the surface

‘Ahsoka’ review: lore-heavy Star Wars spin-off will please diehards

Familiar faces fill this live-action continuation of much-loved animated series 'Rebels'

‘Mask Girl’ review: a captivating tale of murder and vengeance

Netflix’s new K-drama thriller, brilliantly written and directed by Kim Young-hoon, is poised to be one of the year’s best

‘D.P.’ season two review: a harrowing, hard-hitting sequel

This sophomore season digs deeper into the horrific culture of hazing, abuse and cover-ups in the South Korean military

‘Only Murders In The Building’ season three review: another killer comedy whodunnit

Sleuth! Charles, Oliver and Mabel are really in trouble this time
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