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It’s A Sin

  1. my single is dropping
    Years & Years’ ‘Crave’ Video Is a Midsummer Night’s Sex DreamAlso featuring a few of Olly Alexander’s It’s a Sin co-stars.
  2. my single is dropping
    Listen to Years & Years Cover of Lady Gaga’s ‘Edge of Glory’It’s all part of the Born This Way Reimagined project.
  3. brits 2021
    Olly Alexander and Elton John Sexed Up ‘It’s a Sin’ at the Brit AwardsProceeds from their duet go toward the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
  4. tv timeline
    How TV Stories Have Shaped Our Understanding of AIDSUsing the tools of serialized storytelling, television has both reflected and reshaped our perception of the virus, one fictional character at a time.
  5. overnights
    It’s a Sin Finale Recap: Everybody HurtsWe end this series where we always knew we would, and while it doesn’t feel unexpected, it does feel truthful.
  6. overnights
    It’s a Sin Recap: It’s SpreadingThe series heads toward its ending committed to making one of its central figures a tragic hero while keeping the other a buoyant mood-lightener.
  7. overnights
    It’s a Sin Recap: A Public MenaceWe knew it was only a matter of time until the Pink Palace would see one of their own get this news.
  8. vulture lists
    A Guide to Russell T. Davies’s Queer CanonThe It’s a Sin showrunner has a long history of LGBTQ+ representation on the small screen.
  9. overnights
    It’s a Sin Recap: There’s Nothing Wrong With Boys From LondonThe speed at which It’s a Sin churns through story is frustrating, but the moments when it shows rather than tells still pack an emotional wallop.
  10. tv review
    It’s a Sin’s Clear-Eyed Look at the AIDS Crisis Has One Big Blind SpotRussell T Davies’s often beautifully moving limited series, now on HBO Max, falls into a familiar pattern that complicates its central tragedy.
  11. overnights
    It’s a Sin Series-Premiere Recap: We Are SecretWelcome to the Pink Palace.
  12. trailer mix
    Rollicking British AIDS Drama It’s a Sin Is Headed to HBO MaxCue up the Pet Shop Boys and start dancing or weeping, or probably both, because Russell T. Davies’s series premieres in the U.S. on February 18.