This week's episode kicks off with a discussion about new film Saint Frances, which is actually coming out in cinemas.
With Tenet getting pushed back indefinitely will smaller independent pictures be enough to tempt audiences back in to theatres? Plus hear an interview with the movie's star and writer Kelly O'Sullivan.
The BBC is breaking new ground with upcoming series A Suitable Boy - its first historical drama with no white characters. Claire thinks it's perfect Sunday night viewing, and explains why that isn't a bad thing.
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Prodigal Son is coming out on Sky One in the UK. The show about a police profiler and his serial killer dad has already aired in the US and been given a second series, and while Katie's doing her best to defend it, the team are divided on whether it warrants more episodes.
The Kissing Booth is back and Stevie has got the full low-down on why the teen drama matters to Netflix, and why it might seem a little dated in the context of their other YA films.
And Comic-Con returns - virtually at least. Hear why it's much better that way for Stevie and get the story of when Katie and Stevie first met, long before Backstage was even a twinkle in their eye...
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