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TV Review – ‘Formula 1: Drive to Survive’ Season 3

It is no secret that Netflix’s Formula 1: Drive to Survive has completely changed the world of motorsport. As well as bringing in a wave of new fans to Formula 1, it has allowed withstanding fans behind-the-scenes glimpses into the personalities of the drivers and team principals. If you watched the races as they happened […]Read More

TV Review: ‘A Discovery Of Witches’ Season 2 – Fun

It begins with absence and desire. It begins with blood and fear. It begins with A Discovery of Witches… season two. Picking up right where the first season left off, with our two leads Diana (Teresa Palmer) and Matthew (Matthew Goode) landing in London, it’s certainly a lot more action-packed than its predecessor.  As it […]Read More

TV Review: ‘A Teacher’ – Predatory Tale Lingers Long In

*This review contains spoilers* Every so often, Television throws up productions that dwell in your mind long after the final credits. The beautiful Normal People and the powerful I May Destroy You were two such series. The new BBC mini-series A Teacher is the latest.  This is more about how it handles the uncomfortable subject matter […]Read More

TV Review: ‘Black Narcissus’ Fails To Bloom

This review contains spoilers First a book, then a film, and now a TV show. Black Narcissus follows a group of nuns, headed by Sister Clodagh (Gemma Arton), who journey to a palace in the Himalayas to implement “education and enlightenment” for the ‘natives’. In the mountains, they encounter the handsome Mr. Dean (Alessandro Nivola) […]Read More

TV Review: ‘Emily in Paris’ is Style Over Substance

Emily in Paris is Netflix’s newest comedy series from Sex and the City creator Darren Star. The titular character (played by Lily Collins) is a Chicago-based marketing executive who moves to Paris to bring an “American perspective” to a French luxury marketing company, sharing her experiences of the city with an ever-growing following on Instagram […]Read More

‘Selling Sunset’: Can Successful Women Co-Exist in the Workplace?

An average first-time viewer, watching the popular Netflix reality show Selling Sunset, probably doesn’t know the first thing about luxurious million-pound homes in LA. Three episodes in, the average viewer feels like they can appreciate the value of an infinity pool, the importance of a ‘him’ and ‘her’ closet and is already googling ‘how to […]Read More

TV Review: Is ‘Drag Race: All Stars’ Season 5 more

The latest ‘All Stars’ season of RuPaul’s Drag Race sees the return of some audience favourites to the Werk Room. Alexis Mateo and Jujubee take their second turn on the All Stars stage, after appearing in season one, whilst Ongina, something of a legend from the very first season of Drag Race, is another competitor […]Read More

TV Review: Killing Eve Season 3 (So Far)

TV Editor James Nash takes a look at the first few episodes of Season 3 of Killing Eve “Poor Kenny”. Ah, Konstantin — truer words were never spoken. Killing Eve has never been a show to play by the rules; if there’s one constant it’s that it knows how to shock. Killing off a loveable […]Read More

TV Review: ‘Quiz’ is the Dose of Cultural Nostalgia We

ITV’s Quiz takes us back to a yet another time in British history where coughing caused a scandal… There’s a delicious sense of tacky, zeitgeisty Britishness running throughout Quiz, a three-part limited series that aired on ITV last week. It may be the depiction of the British tabloids, thirstily after the biggest scoop. It may […]Read More