Andor – showrunner Tony Gilroy teases the show’s unusual structure

Get prepared to jump toward Rogue One as Cassian Andor’s story unfolds.  With Obi-Wan Kenobi done and dusted, though the idea of a second season is still alive, thoughts naturally turn to the franchise’s next live action television show. Andor will very definitely have a second run, one that dovetails into Rogue One. Yes, it’s … >

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Sky is making a new Chernobyl drama, attracts star cast

Sky continues to invest heavily in new dramas for its channels, in this case partnering with HBO to co-fund a drama by the name of Chernobyl. It’ll tell the story of the infamous, catastrophic nuclear accident that took place in the 1980s. Craig Mazin has penned the script, and Johan Renck is set to direct. … >

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‘River’ finale review: A more than satisfactory resolution

With so many loose strands needing to be tied up, this week’s final episode of River really needed to deliver. Luckily, BBC One’s six-part drama gave us a satisfying story and delivered more than a few shocks along the way. “You are caught in what is called a paradox, my friend. The closer you get … >

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‘River’ Episode 5 review: ‘What the hell was she up to?’

With only two episodes left, River moves all of its plot lines along speedily this week, overlapping the personal and professional relationships of everyone concerned, building anticipation for next week’s finale. Stellan Skarsgard continues to be excellent, and – despite the emotional beats of the script – the scenes where he is at his best … >

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‘River’ episode guide

Stellan Skarsgård (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) leads the cast of River, BBC One’s new six-part drama, as John River, a brilliant police officer whose genius and fault-line is the fragility of his mind. Nicola Walker (Last Tango In Halifax) and Adeel Akhtar (Utopia) star alongside Skarsgård as Detective Sergeant Jackie ‘Stevie’ Stevenson, River’s … >

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