There are times when Line Of Duty (BBC1) is not so much a police thriller, more a can of alphabetti spaghetti upended on toast. Even before the summary of last week’s events was over, viewers were bombarded with the hijack of ED-905 and a mopi-C-1601 redacting info on a UCO embedded in an OCG. Thankfully,

Married At First Sight’s Tamara Joy confronted Jessika Power and Daniel Webb over their affair during Sunday night’s reunion episode – but the scene never aired on TV. A furious Tamara, 30, stormed over to the couple and demanded answers, but for some reason footage of their argument was left on the cutting room floor.

So, is Corbett and rogue cop or a good one? If we believe what he says, Ted Hastings is almost certainly a wrong ’un. It’s all enough to make your head spin Read series five, episode one recap here Read Lucy Mangan’s review of episode one here Spoiler alert: this blog is for people watching series

Showrunner David Mandel speaks to The Hollywood Reporter about the HBO political comedy shining a light on the real movement “by doing our Jonah take on it” and reveals how Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) really feels about women’s rights in the #MeToo era. [This story contains spoilers from the second episode of Veep‘s final season, “Discovery

The Emmy-winning director will helm the environmental thriller series, based on the Frank Schatzing bestseller. Alan Taylor, an Emmy-winning director best-known for his work on The Sopranos and Game of Thrones, has signed on to direct the international series The Swarm, based on the best-selling environmental thriller of the same name by German author Frank Schatzing. Set in the

Jenny McCarthy opened up about the mass firings on The View five years ago during her podcast Wednesday. Comparing the daytime show’s purge to Game Of Thrones ‘Red Wedding’, the wife of Donny Wahlberg said: ‘The way they handled everyone’s firing was, I think, unprofessional. Terribly unprofessional.’ McCarthy, 46, was reffering to the staffing changes that saw

Netflix teen horror series The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is not ideal viewing for those easily scared. And Gavin Leatherwood, who plays warlock Nicholas Scratch on the show, admits some of the bewitching scenes were just as spooky to film. He told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday: ‘We got pretty paranoid at one point filming the scene where

Netflix’s breathtaking, multimillion-dollar nature show not only poached David Attenborough – it stole the BBC’s thunder It looks as spectacular as you would expect. Vast aerial sweeps across the Peruvian coast as millions of cormorants and boobies gather to feast on anchovies and breed, or across frozen tundra to watch herds of wildebeest head for

The money talk is baffling, and it’s hard to care about bankers – but this dark and murky world quickly sucks you in Frankfurt: a jittery crowd queues for a single cashpoint, each customer in turn withdrawing the maximum daily amount. When the machine runs empty, the queue erupts into panic. As a hooded figure

“They’re comic, doggerel, satirical poems,” the actor said about writing ‘Dumpty: The Age of Trump in Verse’ when he visited ‘The Late Show’ on Wednesday. John Lithgow previewed his new book, Dumpty: The Age of Trump in Verse, when he visited The Late Show on Wednesday. The book, which was written as poems, was inspired by the Trump administration. In