‘Clique’ episode guide: What happens next?

BBC Three’s Clique is a brand new drama created by Skins writer Jess Brittain. The six-part series sees two best friends – Holly and Georgia – drawn into an elite clique of alpha girls led by lecturer Jude McDermid in their first few weeks at university. Synnove Karlsen stars as Holly alongside The Fall’s Aisling Franciosi … >

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Take a look at the cast of ‘Skins’ writer’s new BBC Three drama ‘Clique’

A brand new promotional photo has been released for BBC Three’s Clique. Created by Jess Brittain (Skins), the six-part drama sees two best friends drawn into an elite clique of alpha girls led by their lecturer in their first few weeks at university. Clique stars Synnove Karlsen in her television debut as Holly alongside The Fall actress Aisling … >

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‘Clique’ first look: ‘The Fall’ star in ‘Skins’ writer’s new BBC Three drama

The first promotional photo has been released for BBC Three’s Clique. Created by Jess Brittain (Skins), the new six-part drama sees two best friends drawn into an elite clique of alpha girls led by their lecturer in their first few weeks at university. Clique stars Synnove Karlsen in her television debut as Holly alongside The Fall actress Aisling … >

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‘Sherlock’ (2010-2017): A eulogy

There’s no denying that Sherlock was a juggernaut of a show. It changed the way we experienced TV with its slick on screen text display, surreal imagery and its lovable yet flawed characters. With ‘The Final Problem’ all wrapped up, the fandom is now divided. Some want another season while others are happy with the … >

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Every ‘Sherlock’ episode ever ranked from worst to best

So, the final problem has been solved and Moffat & Gatiss have confirmed that this could be the end for Sherlock. We’d be very surprised if a fifth season doesn’t happen at some point, but it seems a safe bet that it’ll be a decent wait (even by Sherlock hiatus standards) until we get another trio of … >

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Is ‘Sherlock’ really a fantasy rather than a crime drama?

So, is Sherlock really a fantasy rather than a crime drama? “Eh?” I hear you ask. But I haven’t gone mad, I’m not on a trip right now, and last time I checked my walls were still vertical. I’m deadly serious: there’s a legitimate case (ho ho) that we should talk about Sherlock as fantasy … >

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