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The week in TV: Better Off Dead?; Bridgerton; The Gathering; The Big Cigar – review
Assisted dying is shockingly unpacked by Liz Carr; Nicola Coughlan moves centre stage in Netflix’s Regency romp; Skins meets Euphoria in a Liverpool psychodrama. Plus, the trouble with a ‘mostly true’ Black Panthers drama

Barbara Ellen

19, May, 2024 @8:30 AM

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TV tonight: return of brutal Italian prison drama The King
Personal justice of its own kind goes on behind bars at San Michele jail. Plus: another spine-tingling tale from Inside No 9. Here’s watch to watch today

Hollie Richardson, Phil Harrison, Jack Seale and Ellen E Jones

15, May, 2024 @5:20 AM

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‘It’s great!’ Rafe Spall on having a baby with his co-star in Trying, the infertility sitcom
In the hit TV series, Spall and Esther Smith play a couple who have endured the pain of infertility. And now it turns out they’re having a real-life baby together. The proud dad-to-be reveals all

Zoe Williams

14, May, 2024 @3:06 PM

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Should Baby Reindeer’s creator have written about his alleged stalker? I did the same thing – and it helped me heal | Paul Burston
In my novel, I approached the subject with caution. It allowed me to feel pity for the person who made my life hell, says the writer Paul Burston

Paul Burston

14, May, 2024 @9:47 AM

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Blue Lights recap: series two, episode five – air punch moments, and a killer cliffhanger
Annie decking Canning was the most satisfying moment of the series. But disaster quickly struck again with a gunshot fired at Grace and Stevie. This could be the end for one of them

Michael Hogan

13, May, 2024 @9:00 PM

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TV tonight: the first family in the world to be diagnosed with hereditary Alzheimer’s
A documentary charts a profound moment in the understanding of Alzheimer’s. Plus: more twists in the case of disgraced millionaire Robert Durst. Here’s what to watch this evening

Hollie Richardson, Hannah Verdier, Graeme Virtue and Simon Wardell

13, May, 2024 @5:20 AM

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The week in TV: The Responder; Spacey Unmasked; Doctor Who; Salman Rushdie: Through a Glass Darkly – review
Martin Freeman’s compromised cop makes an arresting return, Kevin Spacey is further accused in an uncomfortable documentary, the 15th Doctor is riotous fun, and Salman Rushdie speaks of his knife attack

Barbara Ellen

12, May, 2024 @8:30 AM

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Rosie Jones’s year in TV: ‘I never thought acting would be open to me, so Call the Midwife was special’
The comedian and writer on being on Celebrity Mastermind, bingeing The Bear, and the good that came out of her controversial documentary

Rebecca Nicholson

11, May, 2024 @3:00 PM

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‘Irish cliche bingo’: critics pan Obamas’ Netflix comedy drama Bodkin
Seven-part series set in fictional Cork village is couple’s first foray into scripted television for streaming service

Rory Carroll Ireland correspondent

11, May, 2024 @11:00 AM

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‘Inspiration’ for Baby Reindeer stalker character says she received death threats
Fiona Harvey, 58, denies stalking comedian Richard Gadd and calls Netflix show ‘hyperbole’

Nadeem Badshah

09, May, 2024 @9:51 PM

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‘Gissa job!’ How Bernard Hill created one of TV’s most tragic and unforgettable characters
Playing unhinged head-butting Yosser Hughes in Boys from the Blackstuff made Hill a legend. But, from Titanic to The Lord of the Rings, his entire 50-year career was outstanding

Mark Lawson

06, May, 2024 @12:22 PM

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The week in TV: Miriam: Death of a Reality Star; The Tattooist of Auschwitz; A Man in Full; Shardlake; Michael Palin in Nigeria – review
TV continues to circle around tragic reality star Miriam Rivera; Sky’s Auschwitz drama is more love story than horror; Jeff Daniels leads a bristling Tom Wolfe adaptation; and Disney’s fine Shardlake does CJ Sansom proud

Andrew Anthony

05, May, 2024 @8:30 AM

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