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TV Review: ‘Vikings’ Series 6 Part 2 Brings The Saga

After six seasons and eight years, Vikings, the History Channel’s first original drama series, finally draws to a close. Though it’s due to have a spin off in Vikings: Valhalla next year, this will reportedly be set 200 years later, following an entirely different set of events and characters. Therefore, from the start, the focus […]Read More

Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’ and the Idyllic Life

Set in the Marvel universe immediately after Avengers: Endgame, WandaVision depicts a grieving Wanda Maximoff and her ‘family’ living a suburban life in a fabricated micro-universe of Wanda’s own making. Liked WandaVision? Read Yasmin’s review here and Andrew’s take here! Growing up on sitcoms, Wanda seemingly desires the traditional happy family portrayed on TV. These […]Read More

TV Review: Gogglebox, The Lockdown Love Affair

Channel 4’s Gogglebox first aired in 2013, the show that features recurring British couples, families, and friends sitting in their living rooms while watching and commenting on TV. As a viewer you’re watching others on television watch television, a concept that may sound both ridiculous and unentertaining, but the show has proven to be a […]Read More

SATC: ‘And Just Like That’…There Were Three

HBO Max have confirmed the production of a ten-episode extension of the original Sex and the City series titled, Sex and the City: And Just Like That. Sarah Jessica Parker, who portrays the female protagonist Carrie Bradshaw, teased her followers with proof that the Sex and the City franchise was heading into an extended narrative, […]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

Television and the Return of TV News

In 2021, waiting until the nine o’clock news to turn on the TV and find out the events of the day seems like a quaint, outdated activity. With various news apps on your smartphone giving you constant breaking news updates and social media sites like Twitter feeding you every possible fact or opinion on an […]Read More

Season Three Of ‘The Boys’ May Be Underway

Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, rumours have begun to emerge that season three of fan-favourite Amazon Prime series The Boys has begun filming. Fans of the darkly comic superhero series The Boys, which presents a more likely picture of how arrogant ‘Supes’ (superheroes) might coexist alongside the rest of us, finally have cause to hope […]Read More

A Year In Review: How Hit TV Reflected 2020

As pubs and theatres closed, social events cancelled, and millions of workers furloughed this year, many of us turned to our trusty small screens for entertainment. BBC News viewing figures shot up, as Brits sought out the comforting familiarity of Huw Edward’s dulcet Welsh tones. Streaming services like Netflix and Disney+ saw their membership and […]Read More

Marvel – Old Heroes, New Series

Stemming the misery of 2020, if only for a moment, the Disney Investor Day was truly a day to behold, with truckloads upon truckloads of new content announced to look forward to in the coming years. But in the stream of new faces added to the MCU in shows like Moonknight and Ms Marvel, it […]Read More