Betty Gilpin

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Betty Gilpin as Crystal in The Hunt, directed by Craig Zobel

It’s here. The Blumhouse shocker that is (depending upon which nut you heed) either a right-wing screed or a liberal wet dream has finally made it int(...)

The Grudge: redundant reboot of a remake of Ju-On: The Grudge

This reboot of a remake of Ju-On: The Grudge – itself a 2002 puree of two earlier films whizzed up to cash in on the post-Ringu J-horror rush – arrive(...)

TV shows ending in 2020 (clockwise from top left): The Good Place, Schitt’s Creek, Homeland and BoJack Horseman. Montage: NBC/CBS/Showtime/Netflix

Between the raging Australian wildfires and the precipice of the third World War, 2020 didn’t exactly get off to a great start. And it probably isn’t (...)

On Netflix in August: Logan Browning returns in season 3 of Dear White People. Photograph: Lara Solanki

Dear White People season 3 From Friday, August 2nd The third season of Justin Simien’s polemical comedy-drama sees Sam White (Logan Browning) surrend(...)

Fiona Shaw, who has been nominated for her first two Emmys. Photograph: Jeff Spicer/Getty Images

Two Irish actors are among the nominees for this year’s Emmy awards. Fiona Shaw received her first two Emmy nominations – in the categories of Suppor(...)

Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani in Stuber

We are losing track of the genres that “Hollywood doesn’t make anymore”. The mismatched buddy-buddy cop comedy, surely somewhere on that list, makes a(...)

GLOW: Kate Nash, Jackie Tohn, Kimmy Gatewood, Betty Gilpin, Shakira Barrera. Photograph: Netflix

GLOW Friday, Netflix Get out your spandex bodysuits and your favourite 80s mixtape : Zoya the Destroyer, Liberty Belle, Junkchain and the other Gorgeo(...)

Ruth Negga as Tulip O’Hare in Preacher. Photograph: Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures Television

Inside the American Embassy Monday, C4, 10pm With a new UK Ambassador, Robert ‘Woody’ Johnson IV, in place, a major relocation from Grosvenor Square i(...)

‘Glow’: No-one has ever said “let’s try and cash in on the lucrative retro women’s wrestling market”. But it works.

Here are the television programmes that have recently been bringing me joy. Gotham (E4 & Netflix) Once I would have dismissed this larger-than-l(...)