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It's been called reality "hijacked as propaganda", but there are kernels of truth in the Netflix series.
Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher both debut in the new series, making the Netflix show feel more politically charged, and more relatable, than ever.
The Sex Education star is joining Netflix's royal drama as Margaret Thatcher.
The skit has been branded insensitive, inappropriate and ill-timed.
The original was designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel for Diana and Charles' 1981 wedding.
There's no doubt Olenna Tyrell was the true queen of Westeros.
Has the 90s TV presenter been leading a double life?
EastEnders producers have had to really put their thinking caps on to help film the soap as safely as possible.
"I just sort of zoned out," the Arya Stark star admitted during a recent interview.
The Tywin Lannister actor was less than impressed with how things turned out in the final series.
Mj Rodriguez, Dominique Jackson, Indya Moore, Angelica Ross and Hailie Sahar have been snubbed for the second year.
These are the shows, films and documentaries that have had us talking – and watching – in the last few months.
He's resurrecting his BBC "Wipe series" to take a closer look at how Britain has reacted to the coronavirus pandemic.
Emma has had to adapt to "a new way of life" since the world took her character, Maeve, into their hearts.
Including why everyone is talking about kimchi in the lead up to new episodes dropping on Netflix.
She ended up married to Mike, but David Crane has admitted things could have been very different for Lisa Kudrow's character.
The Oscar-nominated star played Charles Bing in two episodes of the sitcom.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ruth Wilson and James McAvoy lead an all-star cast in the new fantasy drama the critics are already loving.
Olivia Colman's highly anticipated turn as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown is among the highlights.