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How China’s plan to avoid a demographic disaster attacks women’s rights.
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This article contains spoilers for the finale of Years and Years
From the outset, it was clear that Years and Years had a dangerous level of ambition. Would six hours be enough to cover over a decade of political and personal upheaval, shaking the lives of a large and complicated family?
This review contains major spoilers for Years and Years episodes one-through-four.
As Britain changes beyond all recognition, how will the Lyons family cope?
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This article contains major spoilers for Years and Years episode four.
The best dramas show us truths we’d rather look away from. Years and Years stuns in this unforgettable episode.
This review contains spoilers for episodes two and three of Years and Years.
Though not as plot-heavy as previous episodes, Years and Years E3 continues to be thought-provoking and entertaining.
This review contains spoilers for Years and Years episodes one and two.
After a monster of a cliffhanger, life isn’t looking up for the Lyons clan as absent sister Edith returns with an uncomfortable secret.
“Do you remember back then? We used to think politics was boring.”