What it’s like inside a $7 billion Intel fab

If bears are too scary, there are also Sugarfina Lips, and Rosé Roses to consider.

hosts an ever-growing list of famous actors playing themselves, from French stars to Americans like Sigourney Weaver (!) in the latter seasons. But we look at the world of showbiz from the perspective of the long-suffering agents, including Camille Cottin’s scene stealing powerhouse agent Andréa Martel, who rebuffs male colleagues with lines like: “When I moved on from guys to girls, it was like graduating from the sandpit to the football pitch.” A brilliant series with four seasons poking fun at the entertainment industry (a fifth season and a TV film are on their way).

Call My Agent! French comedy Call My Agent! (2015-2020)

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“The released plastics can be transported over long distances in the ocean, encounter marine wildlife, and potentially lead to injury or even death,” a team of climate experts, hailing from China’s Nanjing University and from the University of California, San Diego, wrote in the paper.

Alias Grace (2017)

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This miniseries is from a couple of years ago, but in case you missed it, it’s definitely worth checking out. An adaptation of a Margaret Atwood novel, the show stars a hypnotic Sarah Gadon as Irish immigrant Grace, navigating a turbulent life as a servant for Roth Materiais de Construção a family in colonial Toronto. Partly based on a true story, this isn’t a straightforward mystery with straightforward answers and that’s what makes it all the more captivating. In the vein of The Sinner, Alias Grace steps back into its young female protagonist’s past to figure out why she commits murder, of which she has no memory.

Which means it’s dark and unpredictable, with a surprising touch of the warm sentimental stuff.

Maniac (2018)

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This dark comedy miniseries boasts stunning pedigree on and off screen. Entrenched in dazzlingly crafted visuals, Maniac is a multilayered dive into the subconscious. Emma Stone and Jonah Hill star as two strangers, Annie and Owen, who sign up for a mysterious pharmaceutical trial (because that’s a good idea) that induces wild, often distressing dreams.

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