The HBO limited series’ depiction of the opioid crisis is thin, but it’s not wrong. Its major blindspot? The fact that addicts are worthy of redemption.
From London’s West End to the Antebellum South, the Olivier-winning actress takes every challenge in her stride. Currently wowing audiences in the year’s most vital TV series, the Anglo-Ugandan star isn’t slowing down.
Given the quality and cultural significance of Coel’s previous work, we should be in for a treat.
Filmed just three weeks before his death, you can watch it via TV One on 16th May.
With contributions from Dobby Club and Blondey, Mancunian photographer Oliver Jackson’s ode to one of his favourite shows is testament to its cultural appeal – and reveals a lot about the British psyche.