Last series, in the space of only a couple of episodes, Downton Abbey established itself as the pedigree television brand; so now it’s back on our screens, it feels like normal (silver) service has resumed.
After last week’s opening instalment of Appropriate Adult, which was concerned with the police investigation into the killings of Fred and Rose West, the action shifts for this concluding part.
Julian Fellowes' hit drama Downton Abbey returns to ITV1 for a second series next weekend. Here are ten teasing lines of dialogue from the episode...
If you're clever, and you have the right scripts, it's possible to make a virtue of typecasting by forging a career as a solidly dependable performer who can be relied upon to fill a certain you-shaped niche.
Appropriate Adult is very far from being light and formulaic, and makes for discomfiting viewing - as it should.
Is Doctor Who the hardest drama on television to write? From comments made by both of its showrunners since 2005, you’d be inclined to think so. But what is it about this programme that makes it so uniquely problematic?
This is so immersive a world for the viewer that, after only one episode, we longed to put on a v-neck sweater, grease our hair, and smoke an awful lot of cigarettes.
If you’ve recently seen E4’s comedy drama, Beaver Falls - which looks like Ibsen compared to this - you’ll know the drill.
Taking viewers behind the scenes of a 1956 broadcast news room, Abi Morgan's new drama series The Hour concludes with its sixfth episode next week. Here's 10 teasing lines from the episode...
Taking viewers behind the scenes of a 1956 broadcast news room, Abi Morgan's new drama series The Hour continues with its fifth episode next week. Here's 10 teasing lines from the episode...