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What We’re Watching in 2015: Part 2

In Part Two of our collosal entertainment feature, The Indiependent writers continue in their quest to get you excited for the Film and TV heading your way in 2015 – this time, focusing on the screen delights coming in July to December of the new year! Film: Paper Towns Originally a book by John Green, […]Read More

What We’re Watching in 2015: Part 1

2014 is coming to an end, but don’t fret – The Indiependent writers are here to get you excited for what’s hitting your screens in 2015! In this massive two-part feature, we’ll be talking you through the TV shows and Films that have got us giddy for the new year – From huge blockbuster movies, […]Read More

TV News: ‘Parks and Recreation’ Set to End in February

Bad news for any Parks and Recreation fans out there. On Monday it was announced that the beloved sitcom will be entering its final season next month, with the series finale set to air in February. It was also announced that two episodes would be airing per week instead of just one, which has quite a few fans upset as […]Read More

Aquarius – New NBC Drama to Air in 2015

NBC have had a knack recently of creating one of the most disgusting hours of television. Yes, am I talking about Hannibal. As much as I adore that show, I would have never thought that NBC would be supporting the mad man (but genius) that is Bryan Fuller. But it seems as though NBC have […]Read More

‘Better Call Saul’ Set For February Premiere

With well over a year having passed since Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul hung up their boots as the unforgettable duo of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, it seems the powers that be at AMC (the show’s network) have decided its high time something was done about the absence of the world of Heisenberg’s residency […]Read More

Breaking Bad – One Year On

September 29th 2013 saw the end to one of the most critically acclaimed shows to ever be put on television. It’s been a year since we said goodbye to Breaking Bad, yet it shows no signs of wavering in popularity – Aaron Paul still talks of daily encounters from fans begging him to call them “bitch”. Though […]Read More

TV: Pilot // Girls

In the Pilot of Lena Dunham’s Girls, the viewer is introduced to Hannah Horvath: a twenty-four year old with dreams of becoming a published author living in NYC. Her parents have cut her off, applying the concept of ‘tough love’ and the episode sees Hannah struggle to come to terms with this prospect. She seeks comfort from […]Read More

TV Review: Mizumono S2E13 // Hannibal

“I let you know me. See me. I gave you a rare gift. But you didn’t want it.” Tick tock goes the clock; a rhythmic countdown provides the melody to the final symphony of season 2. It appears that the chase may finally be over for Jack Crawford and his team. Tangible evidence to cling […]Read More

TV Review: Tome-Wan S2E12 // Hannibal

“I am enchanted and terrified.” After a lengthy flirtation with Dr. Lecter and Will Graham, it seems like Mason Verger may have bitten off more than he can chew. In what could perhaps be described as the most visually disturbing episode of the show’s two series so far, we witness Will’s deepest darkest fantasies come […]Read More

Orange Is The New Black – Let’s Hear it for

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, then chances are you will have heard about the Netflix original Orange Is The New Black. OITNB follows the story of Piper Chapman, a privileged young woman who finds herself thrown into the deep end when she is arrested for drug smuggling, and her […]Read More

TV Review: Ko No Mono S2E11 // Hannibal

“Every creative act has a destructive consequence.” Episode 11 kicks off with an intimate banquet between Dr Lecter and his presumed protégé Will Graham. On the menu tonight is flambéed ortolan, an endangered bird that is submersed in liquor, plucked, cooked and then demolished in one bite, ‘bones and all’. As the blood-curdling symphony of […]Read More

For Your Consideration – Emmy Successes and Snubs

After months of eager anticipation and speculation galore the 2014 Primetime Emmy Award nominees were revealed to the public on Thursday by Mindy Kaling (The Mindy Project) and Carson Daly (The Voice). Reactions were, as we have come to expect, mixed: fans and critics alike took to the internet to voice their opinions on the […]Read More

TV Review: Naka-Choko S2E10 // Hannibal

‘I send someone to kill you, you send someone to kill me. Even Steven.’ Episode 10 of the sumptuous delight that is Hannibal picks up fresh off the back of its prior episode’s sultry ending. A tormented game of cat and mouse leads to unexpected consequences when Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) finds himself back in […]Read More