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Tuesday, May 26, 2020
I guess most of you, like myself, are binging any series you can find. For me, this is currently the second season of ‘Manifest’, the supernatural drama originally aired on Sky One. When the first season ended,...
I adored Sally Rooney’s second novel when it first shot to the top of bestseller lists in 2019, long before talks of film and television rights had begun. The prose was something very special: spare, terse, even,...
Binge watching content has become a normal part of our culture. The concept of binge watching has been around for a while, with people able to watch hours of continuous content uninterrupted on YouTube, or on DVD...
It was New Year’s Day and Doctor Who was back. A bright, bold global story hit our screens with some goofy but Doctor Who-esque genre pastiche, a creepy set of aliens and a Master reveal cliff-hanger with an actor I...
Trigonometry, the BBC polyamory drama, not the mathematical concept, was always going to mean a lot to me regardless of its overall quality. But as surprisingly powerful as representation can be, a show must be more than...
Mad Men hardly needs an introduction; the show’s reputation for its brilliant acting, writing, visual style and historical accuracy speaks for itself. Set in the ‘60s, it depicts a fictional advertising agency in New York and follows...