The Aussie A-lister weaves a tangled web in Netflix’s new dystopian film Spiderhead.
- by Robert Moran
After being deluged with offers of posh roles, shape-shifting actor Erin Doherty jumped at the chance to play an imposter in the new thriller Chloe.
- by Craig Mathieson
Corruption and compromise are unavoidable in the new season of this gripping political drama, which has been described as “less West Wing, more House of Cards”.
- by Debi Enker
As a roughshod gambling addict doing jury duty in Foxtel’s impressive drama The Twelve, Brendan Cowell poses a very topical dilemma: can someone who does bad things still be a decent person?
- by Louise Rugendyke
Set in post-World War Two Berlin, Ku’Damm is a tremendous period drama that reveals at least a decade’s worth of fabulous frocks.
- by Melinda Houston
It was intended as a bloody comment on the evils of capitalism, but hey, Squid Game: The Challenge sure sounds like a fun reality show.
- by Thomas Mitchell
The British gangster saga returns in fairly bonkers style for its cinematic fever dream of a final season as rivals battle for control of the opium business.
- by Brad Newsome
There’s sex, fighting, love, drugs, drinking and all-night parties in Fire Island, a new rom-com that offers an appealing twist on Pride and Prejudice.
- by Paul Byrnes
I set fire to Lassiters, tried to poison Erinsborough’s drinking waterways, blew up a Jaguar and got married six times. Pretending to be “Paul Robinson” on Neighbours over nearly 40 years has been one of the greatest privileges in my life.
- by Stefan Dennis
The ’80s singer-songwriter has pushed Harry Styles out of the number one spot – without releasing any new music.
- by Meg Watson
Bo Burnham has unexpectedly released a second film that was made in the depths of lockdown. Why is it so much more jarring to watch now?
- by Anthony Segaert