TV Critics

  • The job interview s2 virgin trains lowrez
    Critics

    The Job Interview

    2018-02-16T09:56:00Z

    “Essentially a positive show and thus a pale imitation of the dream-crushing, soul-destroying, oft-humiliating reality”

  • Damned
    Critics

    Damned

    2018-02-15T10:00:00Z

    “This opener was a leap forward from the already-enjoyable first series”

  • Shetland s4
    Critics

    Shetland

    2018-02-14T11:23:00Z

    “The crime scenes are picturesque”

  • Trauma
    Critics

    Trauma; Collateral

    2018-02-13T09:55:00Z

    “Mike Bartlett, with his theatre background, knows how to hit that sweet spot between the viewer on their sofa and the back row of the stalls”

  • Modus
    Critics

    Modus

    2018-02-12T09:54:00Z

    “Modus isn’t clever, or subtle. It is bonkers, borderline preposterous, hammy as julskinka and out of keeping with the slot it occupies.”

  • James Bulger: A Mother's Story
    Critics

    James Bulger: A Mother’s Story

    2018-02-09T10:10:00Z

    “The account of James’s death has lost none of its power to disturb.”

  • My Millionaire Migrant Boss
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    My Millionaire Migrant Boss

    2018-02-08T10:32:00Z

    “This surprisingly touching programme was billed as a one-off but felt like a pilot for a potential full series.”

  • Flatpack Empire
    Critics

    Flatpack Empire

    2018-02-07T10:14:00Z

    “A touch more interesting than you would expect from a profile of a furniture chain”

  • The X-Files
    Critics

    The X-Files

    2018-02-06T09:55:00Z

    “This was truly out-there television, redeemed only by how seriously Anderson and Duchovny were determined to take it”

  • Endeavour
    Critics

    Endeavour

    2018-02-05T10:07:00Z

    “It was a tragic, complicated and totally preposterous storyline, but it adroitly ticked the Sunday-night drama box.”