This Is Going to Hurt
BAFTA TV Craft Awards: ‘House of the Dragon,’ ‘This Is Going to Hurt’ Share Spoils
HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon and the BBC/AMC medical comedy-drama This is Going to Hurt emerged with the most honors following the 2023 BAFTA Television Craft Awards ceremony, celebrating the best behind-the-scenes TV talent of 2022. Held on Sunday in London, the event saw House of the Dragon win for make-up […]
Kit Connor, Kate Winslet Among Winners of Royal Television Society Program Awards
Kit Connor and Kate Winslet were among the major winners at the 2023 Royal Television Society program awards on Tuesday night in London. Winslet claimed the leading actress award for her performance in Channel 4 drama I Am Ruth — in which she starred alongside her daughter Mia Threapleton — while Connor won the leading actor honor […]
Angie Han: The 10 Best TV Shows of 2022
The THR TV critic’s picks include a searing British medical drama, a poignant Canadian coming-of-ager, an unclassifiable HBO experiment and the latest creation from Issa Rae.
8 Standout Performances of Post-Emmys TV
Mo Amer MO (NETFLIX) Amer’s natural, seemingly effortless knack for connection long has been one of his clearest strengths, whether in his stand-up comedy or in his recurring role on Ramy. In Mo, he proves equally able to dig into the darker, sharper corners. His easy smiles and rambling jokes take on layers of anxiety […]
An Interview With BBC Studios CEO Tom Fussell: From Streaming Dealmaking to Production Investments
BBC Studios, the commercial arm of U.K. public broadcaster BBC, touted strong business momentum in its annual report on Tuesday, including record full-year revenue and earnings, as well as a 56 percent increase in production sales. The company lauded “a very healthy year” for its TV channels group saying: “Content sales were strong at over […]
Ben Whishaw in AMC+’s ‘This Is Going to Hurt’: TV Review
The actor plays an overworked London OBGYN doctor battling bureaucracy and his inner demons in AMC+ and Sundance Now's adaptation of creator Adam Kay's memoir.