Viewers of the new Blonde film on Netflix have major concerns about the way that women like Marilyn Monroe are portrayed.
Film remakes: for better or worse?
After Netflix’s acquisition of the entire Roahl Dahl catalogue, we examine what people think of remakes.
Bridgerton: More than just escapism?
Sometimes romanticising can be more damaging than good, especially when it comes to rewriting history.
How did Netflix’ version of the Winx Saga end up so different from its original version? And can fans give the show a fair shot as a result?
TV | The people's princess once again
How the Netflix series The Crown has reignited an old flame in a new audience for ‘The People’s Princess’.
The Netflix Effect: The resurgence of Chess
We examine the way in which lockdown and a Netflix mini-series have fuelled the revival of a centuries old game of strategy.
The writer turning fanfiction into a career
Ellena Whitfield wrote fanfiction The Chase at the age of 14, she tells us about the writing process and how her life has changed now the story has been viewed 15 million times.
How the producer of an Oscar-nominated documentary, and her students, are helping end period poverty in rural India.
Netflix breaks the screen
Is Netflix conquering our televisions for good?
TV | Riverdale
The first season of the ‘teen drama’ filled with mysteries and suspense has dropped worldwide on Netflix.