To celebrate Bisexuality Day 2017, I am going to talk the moment where I first realised I might like gals and guys (as a teenager in a small town, i had no idea there were any genders other than guys and gals), and the TV show that had the biggest influence on my sexuality to […]
Watching the new series of Black Mirror in one weekend is one really effective way of leaving your psyche in tatters by Sunday evening. However, it is also something really worth doing, even though series three was a bit hit and miss. As a huge fan of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror since the days of […]
‘Brooklyn 99’ is the beautiful second child of Parks & Recreation showrunner Mike Schur. It’s now in it’s third season and shows absolutely no signs of slowing down (thank god).
Okay, so this title may be slightly deceiving but I maintain there is some truth in it. Today, amidst writing out invoices, cleaning my flat and generally feeling a bit unenthusiastic about life – I decided to watch ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ for the first time.
Something really special is happening in Netflix’s new baby Grace & Frankie. The series aired in it’s entirety a few weeks ago with relatively little promotion or advertisement, considering the impressive cast involved.
Louis Theroux, in my opinion, is the U.K.’s greatest gift to the world. He is a national treasure, and a truly great representative of us Brits. Louis Theroux is, currently, probably the most well renowned documentary filmmaker in the U.K, and famous for his realistic investigative approach to his subjects.
Ever since Parks & Rec announced that the seventh season would be the last, I have been wildly searching for something to replace the Pawnee shaped hole in my heart. I began re-watching 30 Rock again, almost as an act of denial. If I could just keep watching either Amy or Tina on repeat for the rest […]