'I'm With the Band: Nasty Cherry' fuses music documentary with reality TV.
Lower stakes, a tightened format and a quietly surreal vibe mean that the celebrity edition of the talent show is its best in years.
It's basically impossible to watch just one episode of the HBO drama.
Shows like Channel 4's 'Stath Lets Flats' show audiences can care about the half-hour format – it just needs specificity.
A bad accent can make otherwise great actors look like they’re in an amateur dramatics society’s end-of-year play. See also: the cast of 'Peaky Blinders'.
From ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’ and the capitalistic optimism of New Labour, to ‘The Chase’ and austerity Britain, game shows mirror our political climate like nothing else.
From ‘Love Island’ to ‘Celebs Go Dating’, reality TV stars must navigate a complicated ecosystem of programmes to maintain their fame.
Look, do you want to see a dog being dip dyed purple or what?
Or, "Did this really need a reboot?"
A brilliant programme made specifically for your mum.
The second series of this animated puberty comedy (yeah baby) has just landed.
In which the TV chef is outshone by Italian home cooks.