Exclusive Interview: Stephen Fry on The Sandman’s queer characters “they don’t apologize or pretend to be anything other than they are & that’s thrilling to watch”

In the UK, the name Stephen Fry is invariably prefixed with phrase "national treasure", and with good reason. With his Wildean wit and turn of phrase, the actor, comedian, director, and best-selling novelist has been a perennially admired figure for decades. Early in his career, he was involved in some of the best-loved comedy series... Continue Reading →

TV Review: Uncoupled ★★★1/2

TV hitmaker Darren Star, who followed up long-running shows like Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place, Sex and the City, and Younger with the Netflix favourite Emily In Paris in 2020, delivers another enjoyable and highly bingeable series for the streamer with the eight-episode first season of Uncoupled, co-created with Modern Family executive producer Jeffrey Richman.... Continue Reading →

TV Review: Heartstopper ★★★★

At first glance, Alice Oseman's beautifully heartwarming Heartstopper which launches today on Netflix, based on her hit graphic novels, feels like a throwback to much-loved 90s British films about gay teens like Beautiful Thing and Get Real. Although this series does share much of the feel-good quality of those movies and a similar focus on... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Andrew Rossi on his magnificent Netflix docuseries The Andy Warhol Diaries “queer longing is the key to Andy’s worldview”

An expansive six-part Andy Warhol series, 11 years in the making, launches on Netflix this Wednesday, March 9th, executive produced by Ryan Murphy, continuing his incredible run of supporting and creating untold queer stories at Netflix (Circus of Books, A Secret Love, and Halston). The Andy Warhol Diaries sees writer-director Andrew Rossi (Page One: Inside... Continue Reading →

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