Category: TV

First Look at Netflix’s Take on Lost in Space

Lost in Space

Lost in Space is a show that is much loved by those who watched it. Then they went and made a movie that remade it, and lost what was most important in it, and that was the humour. Now Netflix is going to have a try with their “reimagining” of the show, which is coming…

New Trailer and Poster for Jessica Jones Season 2

Jessica Jones

Now that The Defenders is out-of-the-way, Jessica Jones can get back to her own show. Today we have a new trailer for the second season which is heading our way 8th March. Looking at the trailer, if you loved the first season (which I did) this is going to be what you hoped for. Jessica…

‘WWE: Bayley – Iconic Matches’ Review

Bayley

When looking for iconic women’s wrestling matches in WWE, there is no doubt that they will include the Four Horsewomen. Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair, and Becky Lynch are four wrestlers who are arguably the cornerstones of the so-called Diva’s revolution. With WWE: Bayley – Iconic Matches we get to see some of her best matches…

‘WWE: Sasha Banks – Iconic Matches’ Review

Sasha Banks

We see Sasha Banks on Raw all the time now; the so-called Diva Revolution has led to a level of respect in the women’s division that they are finally getting their own Royal Rumble matches. One of the women who pushed women’s wrestling in the right direction was of course Sasha Banks, which is what…

‘The Witnesses – The Complete Season 2’ Review

The Witnesses

When a show starts with the discovery of fifteen frozen bodies on a bus, you know that things are going to get dark. The Witnesses – The Complete Season 2 manages to take viewers into a dark place, but the frozen bodies aren’t the most disturbing thing about this French series. When fifteen frozen bodies…

‘The Tunnel: Vengeance – Season 3’ Review

The Tunnel: Vengeance

When it comes to The Tunnel, the pairing of Karl Roebuck (Stephen Dillane) and Elise Wassermann (Clémence Poésy) is what makes the show stand out. This of course is in the similar way that the show it is based on, The Bridge, catches the audiences interest. Now with The Tunnel: Vengeance, the duo is back…

‘The Gifted 1×12 – Extraction/1×13 – X-Roads’ Review

The Gifted

This week, The Gifted ends with a double episode. Making the finale a double bill brings a feature-length ending to the season dealing with not dealing with Dr. Campbell (Garret Dillahunt) but starting a new chapter where surprising lines are drawn. With Dr. Campbell attending an anti-mutant summit to try to drum up national support…