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A man collects newspapers reporting on South Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s Oscars success, in Seoul on Monday. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite is a damning commentary on South Korea’s gaping wealth gap, but on Monday the country came together to celebrate the film’s hi(...)

Ricky Gervais in his Netflix series After Life: the show was popular with viewers but received mixed reviews

Nineteen years ago, one more of British comedy’s great frustrated underachievers made a first appearance. David Brent is still honoured beside Rigsby,(...)

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(...)

Fiona Shaw who won best supporting actress at the TV Baftas for her role in Killing Eve. Photograph:   Matt Crossick/PA

The BBC’s spythriller Killing Eve has triumphed at the TV Baftas, picking up three awards including a first Bafta for Irish actor Fiona Shaw, with its(...)

Sandra Oh in Killing Eve.  Photograph: Aimee Spinks

For anyone already pining for Fleabag, Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s note-perfect comedy which ended this week, you might consider Killing Eve (RTÉ Two, Wedn(...)

Jim Beach, Roger Taylor and Brian May of Queen, Rami Malek, Graham King pose with their awards for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ in the press room during the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, in Beverly Hills, California. Photograph: Mike Nelson/ EPA

Best actor in a TV series - musical or comedy Sacha Baron Cohen - Who Is America? Jim Carrey - Kidding WINNER: Michael Douglas - The Kominsky (...)

Best drama actor, Remi Malek: ‘Thank you to Freddie Mercury, for giving me the joy of a lifetime.’ Photograph: Paul Drinkwater/AP

There was a genuine shock at the Golden Globes on Sunday night when Bohemian Rhapsody, biopic of Queen front-man Freddie Mercury, beat runaway favouri(...)

Eve (Sandra Oh) tries to defend herself against assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer) in the BBC’s eight-episode hit ‘Killing Eve’. Photograph: Sid Gentle Films / BBC

Eight is the magic number. Eight is enough. At a push, 10 is still acceptable. But 13 is already passé. Eight is preferable. Six is cool now, too. The(...)

Do you remember the time when a glimpse of Adam Sandler didn’t make you want to drink battery acid? A decade-and-a-half ago, after The Wedding Sing(...)