TV

Michael Palin in North Korea

It is fair to assume that a documentary focused on a country with frequent human rights violations would be a political one. However, from the first episode of Michael Palin in North Korea you could almost imagine watching it alongside Kim Jong...

American Vandal

American Vandal delighted Serial fans everywhere, with their in-depth mockumentary-style coverage of a high school, in which  the most likely suspect was accused of spray painting penises on the teachers’ cars. Like a wrongfully convicted...

Atypical

Atypical explores the life of an autistic teenage boy named Sam, and the effects that his autism has on his family and social life. In its second season, the Netflix original series broadens its horizons outside of his autism to include other issues...

Insatiable

Netflix’s Insatiable stars Debby Ryan as Patty, a bullied seventeen year-old high school student who loses 70 pounds and becomes a pageant contestant dead-set on revenge. In the first episode Debby Ryan is dressed in a fat suit to which students...

The Cornish Pasty

Times are changing on the BBC Radio breakfast shows.  A little more than two weeks after Greg James replaced Nick Grimshaw on The Radio 1 Breakfast Show, Chris Evans shocked the nation by announcing that he would step down from his own show after...

Bojack Horseman Review

It is hard not to sound effusive or repetitive when talking about a series as good as Bojack Horseman. But, to tell you the truth, Bojack is one of the best shows currently on television and it deserves every drop of praise it receives. Season Five...

Disenchantment

Between The Simpsons and Futurama, Matt Groening has a fairly stellar track record when it comes to creating iconic, entertaining, and genre-defining cartoons. As such, his newest series Disenchantment has been eagerly anticipated since it was first...

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