TV Reviews

‘Yellowjackets’ season two review: a terrific yet traumatic return to the wild

The second instalment of this acclaimed thriller series continues to prove that, even 25 years later, what happens in the wilderness definitely does not stay in the wilderness

‘Ted Lasso’ season three review: old pals face off in football comedy’s winning return

TV's friendliest soccer coach is met with a new opponent: his former kitman Nate Shelley

‘Divorce Attorney Shin’ review: Cho Seung-woo carries this otherwise pedestrian legal procedural

‘Thirty-Nine’ screenwriter Yoo Young-ah struggles to spin a distinctive, original tale out of this uninspired format

‘Attack on Titan: The Final Season, Part 3’ review: Royal Rumbling

Sins of the past and a sacrifice for the future bookend ‘Attack on Titan’’s penultimate instalment

‘Island’ part 2 review: Amazon Prime’s fantasy K-drama returns with more grit and nuance

‘Island’ part 2 is shaping up to be a more compelling story than the first, as director Park Kwang-hyun continues his first foray into the supernatural genre

‘Call It Love’ review: revenge and unlikely romance intertwine in this poignant K-drama

Starring Lee Sung-kyung and Kim Young-kwang, Disney+’s latest K-drama isn’t afraid to embrace despair

‘Django’ review: wobbly Western remake filled with dodgy accents

God knows where anyone's from in this baffling new version of a '60s classic

‘Our Blooming Youth’ review: a refreshing display of female solidarity hobbled by banal tropes

Leads Park Hyung-sik and Jeon So-nee bring beautiful emotional nuance but are failed by a script full of well-worn tropes

‘You’ season four review: can psycho-killer Joe solve this murder in the members’ club?

Posh people dominate Netflix's reinvented whodunnit-cum-satire of the British class system