The actor on his dream of bringing queer Black historical figures into the limelight, and what the hype around Bridgerton got wrong.
And she isn't the only one to have been overlooked by the Globes, only to be recognised by the Screen Actors Guild.
The game-changing drama was a massive hit with viewers and critics, but is absent from this year's Golden Globes contenders.
The influence of I May Destroy You and the coronavirus lockdown is leading to a rise in behind-the-camera exploration for a generation of actors.
The I May Destroy You writer and star opened up in a new interview with GQ magazine.
Michaela Coel's BBC drama will inspire another wave of writers to champion their own stories.
Since the release of I May Destroy You, the world has sat up and taken notice of Michaela Coel, who’s been on our screens, behind the scenes and in front of the camera for years. Here’s where you’ve seen her before and how she arrived where she is today.
What drives the I May Destroy You star? Energy, passion, a true creative vision and bloody hard work, say those who have worked with her.
Opinion: I May Destroy You Captures The Devastating Way The Justice System Fails Victims Of Sexual Assault
Justice is rarely served when it comes to sexual violence, and it's about time to start a conversation as to why, Ilayda McIntosh writes.
The actor tells HuffPost about his approach to playing the queer Black lead character in the BBC's groundbreaking drama.