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Who’ll be watching Watchmen?

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The clock is ticking: HBO’s new TV adaptation of Watchmen is almost upon us. Executive producer and writer Damon Lindelof has announced that the new show will be a...

Mister Sandman, bring me a dream, straight to my TV screen

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Netflix is developing a TV series based on The Sandman, Neil Gaiman’s Hugo Award winning comic book series. The “ten episode (plus one)” first season is being written...

From the small screen to the large. Should TV shows be made into films?

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Oh look! There’s another day wasted after you binge-watched all the episodes of that new TV show. You ask yourself – wouldn’t it be easier if they condensed the show...

Phoebe Waller-Bridge over the pond

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After becoming one of the biggest names in UK TV and film, Phoebe Waller-Bridge is now expanding into the US and recently hosted Saturday Night Live. The star and creator of the...

Stranger Things: The spooky nostalgia trip

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With three seasons and a fourth on its way, Stranger Things is an exciting tale of the small town of Hawkins reminiscent of a Stephen King horror story with beasts and monsters...

Big Mouth’s big mouth massively misinforms

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The third season of the popular cartoon Big Mouth was finally released, and unlike previous seasons which have been praised for handling sensitive topics well, a certain scene in...

Review: Criminal UK

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When I started Episode 1 of Criminal: UK, I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into apart from the fact that David Tennant was in it; I absolutely adore him and...

Is American Horror Story on its last page?

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Premiering in 2011 and spanning over 9 seasons, the horror anthology series American Horror Story is arguably one of the biggest TV shows of the 21st century, up there with shows...

In conversation with Paul Sinha

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Editor Grace Dean sat down with quizzer, comedian, TV star and former GP Paul Sinha to discuss Newcastle, nightlife, and whether he would snog, marry or avoid the other Chasers....

Review: The Chappelle Show

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It has been over a decade since Comedy Central has stopped producing episodes of The Chappelle Show, yet millions of people still stream the sketches on YouTube indicating that...