The Simpsons Season 12 (2000) – TV Review

It’s clear as we head into the new millennium, and the third different decade ‘The Simpsons’ has been on air, that the show is no longer the fresh and groundbreaking thing it once was. However, that doesn’t stop it from being enjoyable. The episode where the children are trapped in the school with Skinner, and […]

The Simpsons Season 11 (1999) – TV Review

The golden years are definitely over now and we are in a new era of ‘The Simpsons’ but that doesn’t necessarily mean the show has started a real down hill trajectory, it just means it no longer lives up to the ‘best ever on TV’ levels of some of the past seasons. The opening episode […]

72nd Emmy Awards – Winners

This years Emmy Awards was always going to be very different, as it was delayed and then done virtually due to the Corona Virus pandemic. However, the awards themselves were incredibly straight forward and mostly as we expected with three (mostly deserving) shows sweeping across the board. I thought it was great to see how […]

The Simpsons Season 9 (1997) – TV Review

After the first couple of seasons were spent finding its feet, ‘The Simpsons’ experienced a golden age unlike many shows have ever managed, and it was incredible. However, season 9 spells the end of that particular golden age for me, and even then, it is still an incredible season of TV that just struggles to […]

The Simpsons Season 8 (1996) – TV Review

Following on from another huge success in Season 7, and this time not having a huge cliffhanger to build off to start the season, there was pressure on this season of the show to continue the good work, and luckily for us it does. Kicking off the season with a compellingly Treehouse of Horror episode, […]

The Simpsons Season 7 (1995) – TV Review

Starting with the high profile conclusion to the epic “who shot Mr Burns” saga, there was a huge amount of pressure on the show to see if it could live up to the hype of the thing it was parodying: the “who shot JR” from ‘Dallas’, and the show managed to deliver. Moving on from […]

Into the Unknown: Making Frozen II (2020) – TV Review

This six part documentary looks at the behind the scenes making of the biggest animated film of all time, ‘Frozen II’. However, unlike Disney Plus’ other behind the scenes series ‘Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian’ this is a proper documentary that tracks all the members of cast and crew from start to end of this project, […]

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