‘Humans’ finale review: Hester has been the core of Season 2

Alexander Pope said it: ‘To err is Human; to forgive, divine.’ And if Alexander Pope were alive today and watching Humans (which he absolutely would be, in between penning The Rape of the Lock and watching Homes Under The Hammer in his pants), I’m sure he’d amend that phrase to ‘To err is Human; to … >

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‘Humans’ Season 2 Episode 7 review: Neil Maskell is disarmingly natural

Glass. I’ve been thinking about glass this week, and if you’ve just watched tonight’s Humans then you can probably see where I’m going with this. It’s often the case that separating a conversation with a sheet of glass instantly makes it more interesting (Silence of the Lambs, Skyfall, Star Trek Into Darkness, me last Thursday telling … >

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‘Humans’ review: Season 2 Episode 4 is a chance to slow down

For as long as there’s been technology, there’s been a pervading worry about the effect it’ll have on our lives. In the Victorian era, people worried that terrifying speeds of 30mph on the railways would cause organ failure. At the dawn of radio, some naysayers proclaimed it was a distraction for young minds. And in … >

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‘Humans’ review: Season 2 Episode 2 sees more fantastic world-building

With the Elster software spreading like a virus, Humans starts to explore the idea that acquired consciousness doesn’t automatically mean instantly acquired intelligence. For instance, my 10 month old nephew possesses a consciousness, and he keeps smushing broccoli into the carpet and repeatedly forgets that he’s scared of Mr. Pontipine’s moustache on In The Night … >

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‘Humans’ Season 2 Episode 1 review: The stakes feel higher as Channel 4 hit returns

Last year, in our review of the spectacular finale to Season 1, we promised that ‘wherever Humans Season 2 is going next, we’re eager to follow’. Well, pack a bag and grab your passport. The second season of Humans is here and it’s going global, hitting all the glamorous locations on the map. Berlin! San Francisco! Bolivia! Nottingham! … >

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‘The Fall’ Season 3 episode guide: What happens next?

Jamie Dornan and Gillian Anderson return to BBC Two as Stella Gibson continues her hunt for the serial murderer Paul Spector in The Fall. Created, written and directed by Allan Cubitt, the psychological thriller’s final season also stars Ruth Bradley (Humans), Krister Henriksson (Wallander), Aidan McArdle (Mr Selfridge), Aisling Bea (Trollied) and Richard Coyle (Crossbones), alongside returning series regulars … >

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‘Humans’ story hints revealed for Season 2

Channel 4 has released new details about what’s coming up in the next season of Humans. The sci-fi drama’s second season began filming in April, with Gemma Chan, Katherine Parkinson, Tom Goodman-Hill, Emily Berrington, Will Tudor, Colin Morgan, Ivanno Jeremiah, Neil Maskell and Ruth Bradley all reprising their roles from last year’s Season 1. Buy Season 1 on … >

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‘The Fall’ cast begin filming final season

The third season of The Fall has started production in Belfast. Created, written and directed by Allan Cubitt, the psychological thriller’s final chapter will see Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan return as Detective Superintendent Gibson and Paul Spector. Season 2 concluded on BBC Two in December 2014, with 3.6 million viewers tuning in. > Buy … >

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