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An Oceans 11 vibe makes Lupin a smooth and enjoyable French thriller

An Oceans 11 vibe makes Lupin a smooth and enjoyable French thriller

With Omar Sy playing a skillful Parisian thief, Lupin is an engrossing house of tricks.

  • by Craig Mathieson

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Test cricket, packed with twists and turns, makes for compelling TV viewing

Test cricket, packed with twists and turns, makes for compelling TV viewing

With the BBL heading into its final stages, Tom Ryan writes about the cricket coverage and the recently completed Test series against India.

  • by Tom Ryan
The drag show that saved a struggling local bowls club

The drag show that saved a struggling local bowls club

Ten years ago, a struggling bowls club in Queensland found a new lease of life by staging a monthly drag show.

  • by Melinda Houston
Bewitched by an Android: WandaVision is a twist on sitcoms past
★★★★
Marvel

Bewitched by an Android: WandaVision is a twist on sitcoms past

One of the most anticipated series of the year, WandaVision, is an addictive pastiche of sitcom tropes and subcutaneous horror.

  • by Michael Idato
Inexplicable events create intrigue in Norwegian procedural For Life

Inexplicable events create intrigue in Norwegian procedural For Life

Shifting perceptions stop this enjoyable series from becoming "Law and Order: Oslo".

  • by Craig Mathieson
Stephen King on Stephen King TV shows: the good and the awful

Stephen King on Stephen King TV shows: the good and the awful

Fans know that Stephen King disliked Stanley Kubrick's oft-cited film of his book The Shining, but they may be surprised to discover King's favourite adaptation.

  • by Calum Marsh
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New thriller White Wall goes about its business quietly – and hooks you in

New thriller White Wall goes about its business quietly – and hooks you in

Where American shows go for loud explosions and heated confrontations, this Finnish-Swedish drama subtly teases out political and environmental topics.

  • by Debi Enker
New arrival Bump looks and sounds like an Australia we recognise

New arrival Bump looks and sounds like an Australia we recognise

Life is messy and unpredictable, the country is effortlessly diverse while teens and adults struggle in Claudia Karvan and John Edwards' new local comedy.

  • by Debi Enker
Show me the money: TV series Industry cashes in on finance drama boom

Show me the money: TV series Industry cashes in on finance drama boom

Lena Dunham directs the pilot episode of the new BBC show about a group of young graduates competing for a permanent position at a London investment bank.

  • by Michael Idato
Stephen King's The Stand comes to TV once again. But does it deliver?
★★★
Stephen King

Stephen King's The Stand comes to TV once again. But does it deliver?

A nine-hour mini-series is the second attempt to bring Stephen King's masterwork to the screen. But does it live up to King's novel?

  • by Michael Idato
Neil Oliver on our landscape's story-tellers

Neil Oliver on our landscape's story-tellers

The Scottish historian says his documentaries are as much about the people as the spectacular landscapes they live in.

  • by Melinda Houston