Where do you even begin the task of scouting for new TV shows? Streaming platforms and limited series have undoubtedly contributed to this resurgence of quality and gripping TV series. Here are some shows to watch out for in July. The Umbrella Academy (Season 2, 31st) The Umbrella Academy burst onto the scene last year,… Read More Ones to Watch: Must-Watch TV Shows in July
Two shows that are worlds apart in genre and themes, but equally as entertaining and engaging. Castlevania (Season 3) Based on the acclaimed video game, Castlevania is one of the best anime series on Netflix. Whether you’re an anime expert, casual viewer, or even a novice, Castlevania continues to deliver strong narratives in a world… Read More TV Talk: Castlevania & Vanity Fair
With the world in lockdown, it’s only natural for people to use the time catching up on some box sets that have long been on their watchlist. However, if you’re looking for something new to indulge in, here are some TV shows that are so addictive you’ll fly through them. Peaky Blinders Let’s start with… Read More TV Talk: Binge-Worthy Box Sets
2019 has come and gone within the blink of an eye. We were spoilt for choice in entertainment last year with more streaming services being developed, quality films being produced, and a slew of compelling books to add to our tbr’s. It’s hard to keep track of them all, but here are some of my… Read More Best of 2019: Books, TV, and Film
Supernatural first came to our screens in 2005 and over the years the show has gained a massive and loyal following. Sadly, all things must come to an end and after 15 years, fans are now tuning in to the Winchester’s final battle. Sam and Dean have seen it all, but they’ve never been alone… Read More TV Talk: Supernatural – The Winchester’s Greatest Allies
It’s hard to believe that this year marks 25 years since the very first episode of Friends aired and to this day it’s still as popular as ever. There is no denying that this sitcom will always be a classic and no show has quite matched the brilliance of this show since. Much of the… Read More Ranking: The Funniest Friends Character
There are so many TV shows these days, it’s hard to know where to start. Luckily, with a stellar Autumn line-up of shoes, led by the return of the Peaky Blinders, the choice will basically be made for us in the next couple of the month. In the meantime, there are still many shows that… Read More TV Talk: The Best of Frenemies, Lacklustre Finales, and an Assassin With Potential.
The Boys Developed by: Eric Kripke Starring: Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Laz Alonso, Tomer Kapon, Karen Fukuhara IMDB Rating: 9.0/10 Stars Summary THE BOYS is an irreverent take on what happens when superheroes, who are as popular as celebrities, as influential as politicians and as revered as Gods, abuse their superpowers… Read More TV Talk: The Boys
This post was intended to go live on Tuesday, but I was struck down with a horrid bug and have been in recovery ever since. Nevertheless, as promised here is part 2 of my summary of best trailers from San Diego’s Comic-Con with additional reaction to the next phase of Marvel films – because there… Read More Best Trailers From San Diego Comic-Con, Part 2.
Book adaptations have taken Hollywood by storm recently. From well-loved classics to comic book blockbusters, and Young Adult coming of age stories, books are a crucial source for the entertainment industry. With Netflix buying the rights to 50 literary projects we can expect a lot more adaptations in the near future. Now, while some may… Read More Discussion: The Benefits of Book Adaptations