Right now, we’re all having to spend considerably more time at home – but whether you’re looking for an escape from the news cycle or something to fill your spare time with, the new issue of Pilot TV has you covered. Arriving with Empire’s new Wonder Woman 1984 issue, the latest edition of Pilot TV is packed with small-screen recommendations to keep you thrilled, delighted, and uplifted – pure escapism just when you need it the most.

Pilot TV Issue 7

Inside this month, we take a look at new thriller The Undoing from the team behind Big Little Lies, delve into Jude Law’s upcoming boundary-pushing drama The Third Day, don our yellow puffa jackets for the astonishing Save Me Too, and talk the much-anticipated second season of Netflix’s After Life with Ricky Gervais.

Pilot TV – Save Me Too

Beyond the new and exciting shows to grab your attention, we count down the 30 Greatest TV Characters – the most complex, richly-textured, and downright entertaining faces on the box, from Fleabag to Walter White, via Villanelle and Tyrion Lannister. With exclusive new interviews with the stars behind the roles and tributes from the Pilot TV team, it’s a celebration of the indelible characters that have rocked the box over the decades.

Pilot TV – 30 Greatest Characters

All that, plus we chart the legacy of The Inbetweeners with creators Iain Morris and Damon Beesley, break down the interior of the TARDIS, count down the 10 greatest episodes of Scrubs, look back on the all-time-great final episode of Blackadder Goes Forth, and much, much more.

Pilot TV – Tardis

It’s a jam-packed issue of your ultimate guide to every TV show that matters – and you’ll find it with the June 2020 issue of Empire, available from Thursday 16 April. Read here for more information on where and how you can access a copy while social distancing.

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