As Derry Girls comes to an end, it enshrines itself as one of Channel 4’s greatest comedy sitcoms; a hilarious, joyous and poignant love letter to friendship and family.
Episode 3 of The Essex Serpent explores its witchy undertones, ramps up the fervour in its townsfolk and stays compelling.
John Andreas Andersen’s The Burning Sea fits comfortably within the formula for the environmental disaster film, cliché moments and grandiose heroics included.
Episode 2 of The Essex Serpent keeps it focus on the fear and faith of its characters, rather than its supernatural central mystery, and remains as intriguing for it.
Episode 1 of The Essex Serpent leans more towards moody psychological thriller than supernatural mystery, but intrigues with atmospheric visuals and a cracking score.
The series finale of Moon Knight is messy but fun, and feels like the sum of its parts as much as it does a really exciting glimpse at what’s to come.
Having found its feet early on, the finale of Slow Horses wraps up its central case, but leaves some threads hanging as a tease for series 2.
After last week’s surprising shift, episode 5 of Moon Knight is the show’s most emotional, bold and rewarding episode yet.
Episode 5 of Slow Horses is entertaining, gives our heroes ‘hero’ moments and moves the plot along, but also highlights how the show could have been tighter.
Episode 4 of Moon Knight dabbles in more action-adventure-horror genre fun and lets Steven take control again, but then takes a really bold, interesting turn.