It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005) – TV Review

‘It’s Always Sunny’ is now the joint (and soon to be) longest running live action sitcom in American history, but if you had told me or anyone watching or involved in the show that this would be the case fifteen years after that first season, not one person would have believed you. The season is […]

Hillary (2020) – TV Review

Hillary Clinton is one of the most recognisable and divisive figures in political history, and since the the remarkable media firestorm of the 2016 election she has taken a back seat in recent years, but she comes storming back to popular culture here with this four part documentary from director Nanette Burstein. The story flits […]

Killing Eve (2018) – TV Review

Following her enormous success with 2016s ‘Fleabag’, Phoebe Waller-Bridge turned her talent to a hugely different project, this time an adaptation of Luke Jennings’ Villanelle novels, and remarkably she found even more success. I am doing a weekly rewatch of the three seasons of the show and will post a review of the particular season […]

Broadchurch (2013) – TV Review

Due to the slowdown in content caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, ITV decided to show weekly reruns of ‘Broadchurch‘ season 1 in the very time slot on a Monday evening that it aired in 7 years ago. The show seemed just like your standard British crime drama, and in many ways it was as it […]

Peter Kay’s Car Share: Finale (2018) – TV Review

Following the devastating cliffhanger to what was intended to be the final ever episode of ‘Car Share’, Peter Kay and Sian Gibson returned to their characters for one final go around to conclude the story. Instead of feeling like the ‘fans demanded a new ending’ story that it actually is, this episode just flows naturally […]

Miracle Workers: Dark Ages (2020) – TV Review

Following the strong viewership numbers for the first season, TBS (the show is available on Sky Comedy in the UK) decided to move forward with another season of ‘Miracle Workers’ but instead of being a traditional follow up, they are turning the show into an anthology, with the same cast returning with a new story. […]

Cursed (2020) – TV Review

Originally sold with the fascinating pitch of “what if the sword chose a queen” and promising a take on the Excalibur story from the perspective of The Lady of the Lake instead of King Arthur, it all sounded great. However, the final product is actually just some sort of prequel to the King Arthur story. […]

Emmy Nominations 2020

Below is the list of this years Emmy Nominations in the major categories. I will cover this in much more detail leading up to September’s ceremony, including a full list of every category and its nominees, as well as predictions and much more. Some of the initial reactions to this set of nominees are that […]

I May Destroy You (2020) – TV Review

My review for this show should have been up over a week ago but due to some family tragedy, no posts have been uploaded in the past week so I apologise for that, but I am back with a large quantity of varying posts from now on, some of which have already been posted and […]

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