Inside The Issue

The first issue of Pilot TV is jam-packed with content covering the month of April and beyond. Here are just a few of the things that you'll find between its pages.

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Best In Shows

Our essential guide to the ten shows you have to see this month, curated by our panel of TV experts, including actors, directors and showrunners. Want to know what we're most excited about this month? Look no further.

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The Watch List

Every show that matters over the next four weeks, covered in-depth across 21 pages. We speak to the people involved, review the newest shows, lay out the latest developments and bring you everything you need to know to plan your month's viewing.

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Luke Cage

Mike Colter, Simone Missick and showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker talk exclusively to Pilot TV about bringing Marvel's strongman back for round 2. It's going to get messy.

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Westworld

The hosts return for a full-on robot revolution in Season 2 of the hit HBO series. We went back to the park to speak to showrunners Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan with exclusive on-set access. 

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Lost In Space

Danger Will Robinson! It was a 60s series, then a 90s film but Lost In Space is back in 2018 and Netflix has finally made it cool. We speak to cast and creators about the new hit sci-fi.

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Huge 2018 Preview

With a veritable landslide of fantastic new series on the way, we bring you a rundown of every must-see show coming between now and the end of the year, so you don't have to miss a single episode.

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The West Wing

Nearly two decades after the series aired, Aaron Sorkin's The West Wing is as popular as ever. Not ones to do things by half, we spoke to everyone involved to bring you the secrets of its success, from the mouths of the people who made it.

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The Box

We're not just obsessed with new shows, The Box is our love letter to all the great series that came before, with more than 20 pages dedicated to the likes of Breaking Bad, Lost, The Sopranos, Friends, Pushing Daisies and much, much more.