Based on the manga, Attack on Titan has long been one of the most compelling dark fantasy series to grace our screens. It’s a show that’s been defined by its bloody body count, but within that, the show has constantly put the emphasis on humanity’s survival from, at the start, the man-eating Titans, but has… Read More TV Talk: Who is the Villain? Thoughts on Attack on Titan (Season 4)
As one of the most anticipated shows of the year, Netflix’s Shadow and Bone was already being prized to be the next epic fantasy. That expectation puts a lot of pressure on the show to create a narrative that is engaging and thrilling. Did they succeed in this? Overall, yes. That’s not to say it’s… Read More TV Talk: Reasons to Watch Shadow & Bone
When searching for Kdrama recommendations, one show that always popped up was It’s Okay to Not Be Okay. This romantic drama was said to have everything and more. Well, they were right. It’s Okay to Not Be Okay tells the story of a psychiatric hospital employee, Moon Gang-tae and children’s author, Ko Moon-young, two souls destined to be… Read More Tv Talk: 5 Reasons to Watch It’s Okay To Not Be Okay
Having capitalised on the popularity of Kdrama’s, Netflix has amassed such a rich catalogue, it’s hard to know where to start. Hospital Playlist debuted last year and was met with critical acclaim, becoming one of the highest-ranking Kdrama’s of all time. The show centres on five friends that met at medical school in 1999 and,… Read More TV Talk: 5 Reasons to Watch Hospital Playlist
Ever feel like you have too many options of shows to watch? Well, this girl has been in this weird state of limbo with her TV viewing. You see, there’s plenty to watch, but there’s nothing that’s standing out and willing you to watch the product. I believe, this is what we call a slump.… Read More TV Talk: All About Wandavision…and more.
Another one from Netflix’s international productions, Alice in Borderland, is an adaptation of the Japanese manga of the same name and throws viewers into a world of deadly consequences. The show is visually striking and is fortunate to have a compelling lead in Kento Yamazaki, but sometimes relies too heavily on the action and not… Read More TV Talk: Reasons to Watch Alice In Borderland
It’s hard to keep track of all the TV shows available to us, but 2020 did treat us to some gems. This post won’t necessarily be highlighting shows released solely in 2020 but shows that caught my attention throughout the year. Here are the best TV shows I watched in 2020. The Boys (Season 2):… Read More TV Talk: Best of 2020
The Boys exploded onto the scene last year and treated viewers to a refreshing take on the superhero genre, flipping its head on what it means to be a hero. The second season builds on the success of the first one. It’s as bold and brash as ever but has an intimacy that gives weight… Read More TV Talk: Reason to Watch The Boys (Season 2)
Kyoto Animations are renowned for their stunning artwork and compelling stories. Before watching the show, Free had a reputation for its shipper fan-service. However, what people fail to see is the shows emotional depths and layered characters. The animation is vibrant and captivating, but the heart of this show is carried in the personal and… Read More TV Talk: Reasons to Watch Free!
The Umbrella Academy proved to the world that you don’t need Marvel to create compelling superhero dramas. This show took the world by storm with its eccentric family dynamics and bizarre concepts. The second season of the show takes us back to the 1960s where the Hargreeves siblings find themselves scattered through time as they… Read More TV Talk: Reasons to Watch The Umbrella Academy (Season 2)