This entertainment news round-up covers two stories.
The first is about the dark comedy Irish TV series, The Dry, which is set to air on ITVX after being on Britbox.
The second story is about UK rapper Loyle Carner's third album performance in London, where he dedicated HGU, one of his hard-hitting songs, to his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, saying he broke the cycle.
The Guardian focuses on Carner's performance and his personal connection to his music, while The Independent offers a lighter take on The Dry, describing a humorous scene from the show.
The Dry is an eight-part tragicomedy set to air on ITVX in the UK after previously appearing on Britbox.
The show follows the investigation of a former detective, who, due to his alcoholism, is forced to solve a small-town murder mystery to prove his worth.
The Independent offers a glimpse into the show, describing a humorous scene where an old man and woman are caught coupling in an alleyway by the man's daughter.
The Guardian, on the other hand, focuses on UK rapper Loyle Carner, who recently performed in London to sold-out crowds during his tour for his latest album, Hugo.
Carner dedicated his song HGU to his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, declaring he broke the cycle of their family issues.
The Guardian notes that even if the audience doesn't know Carner's personal story, many people can relate to his themes of grappling with family dynamics.