Owen Frost explores the most recent removal of Blackface depictions both within television and film – and how they can effectively be torn down.
During a time when all we want to do is travel, this show gives a beautiful glimpse of the romantic city- Paris! The show of course follows the character Emily, who is a marketing executive […]
After 13 years on the air, the celebrity clan has announced that Keeping Up With The Kardashians will be coming to an end next year. We’ve gone from iconic moment to iconic moment. From Kim […]
Britbox, as it stands, is a subpar service that has more duds from over the years than gems. However, they remain hidden in this hard-to-navigate streaming platform. A lot of content is taken from largely […]
Sally Rooney’s novel beautifully depicts an imperfect love story set in Carricklea and Dublin, and the BBC’s new TV adaptation does not stray far from the delightful original. The story perplexes readers, forcing them to […]
Love Island. Love is Blind. Dating reality shows have taken over our world, exploring the various challenges that singles can face when trying to find a committed and serious relationship. When Netflix tried- and succeeded- […]
Amongst all the anxiety of the current environment, “Feel Good” is the much-needed tonic to life’s woes. As much of the media speculates about the ongoing dreaded C-word pandemic, Canadian comedian Mae Martin’s semi-autobiographical TV […]
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Season 12 of the US reality TV show RuPaul’s Drag Race only kicked off a week ago, but it has already been rife with controversy over New York City based drag queen Sherry Pie (Joey […]
The creators of Riverdale are at it again folks, between writing shirtless scenes for Archie Andrews and forcing Veronica to sing yet another Kidz Bop version of a timeless classic ( Elton John’s Saturday Night […]
Family is the core and youth is the essence of Netflix’s adaptation of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s ‘Anne of Green Gables’, but the loose ends tied up in Season 3 seem like a farewell to Avonlea.
The iconic children’s news show’s time on TV is going to be dramatically reduced in 2020, with a new focus on the Newsround website instead. Newsround has been a consistent, reliable source of news for […]