My 2020 Emmy Nomination Predictions

Tomorrow the nominations for the 2020 Emmy Awards will be officially announced ahead of the ceremony in September, and due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the usual awards campaigns have not been run and therefore predictions are more difficult. However, I have given it a go here by using industry insight, Emmy history, and personal gut […]

Peter Kay’s Car Share Season 2 (2017) – TV Review

Following the resounding success of the first series of ‘Car Share’, Peter Kay and Sian Clifford returned for another season of classic music and great comedy. On the BBC re-runs that I have been rewatching the show on, the ‘Unscripted Special’ was aired as part of Season 2, due to narrative chronology even though the […]

Killing Eve Season 4 Delayed – What Does It Mean?

News has finally arrived to confirm what many of us expected, that ‘Killing Eve’ season 4 has been delayed indefinitely. Filming was initially expected to begin in August on track for the usual spring launch the following year. However, due to the fact that a key part of the show is the multiple European locations […]

The Salisbury Poisonings (2020) – TV Review

Based on the shocking true events, this three part mini-series has proved a ratings sensation for the BBC (partly due to more people being home) and it is fully deserved. It takes fascinating and complex events in Salisbury in 2018 and turns it into really compelling TV. It’s something I still struggle to understand why […]

Britain’s Corona Virus Catastrophe: Did the Government Get It Wrong? Dispatches (2020) – TV Review

There will be numerous documentaries and films about this crisis in years to come, when we hopefully have defeated the virus and have the benefit of hindsight. However, it’s also necessary for documentaries to be made about the present day, and that is what happens here. This unbias but absolutely unflinching documentary lays clear the […]

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