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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

The Walking Dead’s success: Why popularity doesn’t equal quality

Perhaps viewers just don’t care that much about characterization and plot momentum. Perhaps they’re happy if they’re guaranteed the sight of someone getting mauled by the un- dead every episode.

“Friends” and homophobia

As Friends finally came to Netflix, so did a flood of complaining millennials watching for the first time and articles claiming that the iconic,...

TV week in review: 02/03/14

Pramface, Bluestone 42 and Jonathan Creek all feature in this week's TV review

Is Modern Family worn in or wearing out?

Now in its seventh season, Modern Family was one of the most anticipated premieres airing in September. The last episode of season six left...

It might be old but it’s not broken: The new season...

In its tenth season, The Apprentice makes life difficult for itself by drowning the audience in contestants

Anthology television: the comeback of continually evolving shows

The renaissance of anthology television - shows experimenting with a new genre every season.

The uncanny phenomenon that is Stranger Things

An attempt at explaining the rationale behind the latest craze hitting our Netflix-numbed brains - Stranger Things.

TV week in review: 23/03/14

This week's TV review checks out ITV's The Widower and Twenty Twelve spin-off W1A

True Detective is the best thing on TV

Alex Harrison explains why HBO's police drama towers above its contemporaries

Broken Bad

[SPOILERS] Alex Harrison explores the biggest problem with Breaking Bad: the show's fans