TV

Time to clock back into The Office?

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Sophie Hicks discusses her reservations over a possible reboot of The Office...

Review: Karl Pilkington’s Sick of It

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Karl Pilkington stars opposite himself in his recent sitcom Sick of It, a series in six parts, each a nugget-sized twenty minutes. In his kitchen sink comedy, Sick of It,...

Time to scrub up – should the surgical sitcom return?

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When I was presented with the notion of a Scrubs reunion, my heart leapt. The thought of seeing Turk and JD’s “guy-love”, Dr Cox’s dry cynicism and Ted’s acapella group,...

Remembering the first British news broadcaster

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On 17th November this year, Richard Baker died. His name may not be known to you but you will know his work. Baker was the first ever British news broadcaster, starting in July...

Netflix Pick ‘n’ Mix: How to Get Away With Murder

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More and more as the years have gone on has Shonda Rhimes become a television powerhouse, working as an executive producer on some of American network ABC’s biggest hitters. The...

Review: Narcos-Mexico

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Sesha Subramanian discusses the latest instalment of this highly popular show...

Review: I’m a Celeb

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I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! is finally back with contestants as big as Nick Knowles, John Barrowman and Anne Hegerty and trials bigger and better than last year....

Review: Derren Brown-Sacrifice

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Derren Brown is back with a new mind-bending special. Sacrifice sees the renowned illusionist subject Phil, an American with a highly dubious stance on immigration, to various...

Sued by Satanists: Another Chilling Adventure

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Be it for a PR stunt or a powerful conviction, the Satanic Temple is suing Netflix show The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina over the statue portraying Baphomet, an important deity...

Review: Louis Theroux’s Altered States

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In his new three-part documentary series, Altered States, national treasure and husband of my dreams Louis Theroux travels around America to deal with the topics of birth, love,...