Top TV of the Decade: Fleabag

Welcome to The Indiependent’s Top TV of the Decade! In our 15th and final feature, James Nash explores why Phoebe Waller-Bridge's Fleabag is his show of the year, the decade, and the century. What more could possibly be said about the

Top TV of the Decade: Happy Valley

Welcome to The Indiependent’s Top TV of the Decade! TV Editor James Nash dives into the hit BBC One crime-drama, Happy Valley... Sally Wainwright’s Happy Valley is not just bleak – it’s violently bleak. Both series of the hit BBC One…

Top TV of the Decade: The Good Place

Welcome to The Indiependent’s Top TV of the Decade! Our very own TV Editor, James Nash, takes a look at one of most good-hearted shows of the 2010s, The Good Place... What do we owe to The Good Place? As it turns out, a great deal. Mike

A Weekend at the Fringe

You may know the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as having a reputation for attracting hordes of pretentious southern arts students who completely invade the city for a month (probably annoying the local Scots more than Brexit does) to see a…

TV News: More Disney+ Shows Announced

Disney has unveiled a first-look at their new streaming service Disney+ at their D23 Expo, as well as announcing a few more exciting TV projects set to launch in the next few years. Ewan McGregor will reprise his role as Obi Wan Kenobi…

TV News: The Crown to return November 17th

Netflix announced today that The Crown will return to our screens for its third series on Sunday 17th November 2019, almost two years after its second outing. The press release was accompanied with our first (albeit brief) look at Olivia…

TV Review: Stranger Things 3

*SPOILER WARNING* For a show that so heavily features ‘the Upside Down’, the third season of Stranger Things surprisingly treads familiar ground, and not always for the better. It’s evident that the show’s formulaic structure works…

TV Review: Magpies Love Mirrors

This brand new comedy web-series from a small army of Cambridge students not only provides numerous laugh-out-loud moments, but also excitingly messes with conventional comedy form. Magpies Love Mirrors is somewhat of an enigma, blending…

TV Review: Black Mirror Series 5

As soon as you see the opening Black Mirror credits, you simultaneously do and do not know what you are getting yourself in to. You know it will be dark. You know it will mess with your head. What you don’t know is how exactly it will get…

TV News: BAFTA TV 2019 Winners

Killing Eve reigns supreme at this year’s BAFTA TV awards, not only winning Best Drama, but with stars Jodie Comer and Fiona Shaw each taking home their first BAFTA for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress, respectively. Now if they’d…
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