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Is the Mosaic app TV’s natural next step or a gimmick too far?

Steven Soderberghs latest show premieres in January, but viewers can watch it now via a choose-your-own-adventure iPhone app thats baffled someIllusion of choice is a somewhat recent concern in the gaming community, a critical phrase coined in reaction to the rise of interactive, decision-based games peddled by game studios like

Michelle Dockery: ‘I consider myself a widow’

After five years in Downton Abbey, Michelle Dockery is back playing a gun-toting rancher and a ruthless TV exec. She talks typecasting, the Weinstein effect and the sudden death of her fianceIf Michelle Dockerys latest role had been written in the last 12 months, the part might look like

American Vandal and our growing obsession with the mockumentary

Netflixs standout true crime spoof has managed to elevate a silly premise and is yet another recent example of a faux-doc that soarsIts Stonehenge may only have been 18in tall but This is Spinal Tap is monumental, casting a long, none-more-black shadow over the mockumentary form. More than three decades

How big tech became the new titan of television

Hollywood power is in flux, as traditional broadcast and cable networks, which for decades shaped popular culture, try to keep up with technology companiesIn Hollywood, the screenwriter William Goldman once observed, nobody knows anything. But that was before technology companies rolled in sure of one thing: to conquer television you