29 July 2022
Persuasion Review: Fleabag Jane Austen is not persuasive enough
Not even Wentworth is worth it...
6 July 2022
Twinkleberry: A refreshingly positive portrayal of pride.
Both uplifting and shocking, engaging and informative, this short piece was cleverly put together and puts an image to the high school that every queer (and even straight!) person wishes they grew up in.
4 July 2022
Running Up That Hill: The Stranger Things Effect
Almost four decades after its release, Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill (A deal with God)' hits the charts again as it features in Stranger Things 4. Warning: spoilers ahead.
20 June 2022
How Netflix show Heartstopper is representing LGBTQ+ teen romance
Heartstopper is one of the biggest Netflix successes of all time but just why is it so important?
19 June 2022
Stranger Things Season 4 So Far: Goosebump-Inducing Contortionist Goodness
The first volume of this hit Netflix series is out, and so’s the jury.
19 May 2022
Review: I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter
I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter is a mature young adult book that is not afraid to tackle tough subject matters such as immigration, deportation, mental health, and grief.
1 April 2022
Bridgerton S2 Review: do we still burn for an enemies-to-lovers trope?
Bridgerton fans found a diamond in its first season, but does the second season hold up the golden standard?
30 March 2022
It’s a Sin blazes the trail in 2022 Bafta TV nominations
BAFTA TV Awards announces this year’s nominations, with It’s a Sin in the running for 11 awards
18 January 2022
After Life teaches us what it means to be human in emotional final series
Ricky Gervais’ After Life comes to an emotional, triumphant end.
18 October 2021
Bo Burnham’s Inside (The Songs) ineligible for comedy music category at the Grammys
The songs featured in Burnham’s Netflix film Inside do not classify as comedy, according to the Grammys
1 October 2021
Review: Squid Game
Brutal in both content and message, Squid Game seemingly came out of nowhere to (rightfully) take its place as one of the most talked about shows on Netflix.
24 September 2021
Netflix buys rights to future Roald Dahl productions
In one of its largest acquisitions, the streaming giant has purchased the Roald Dahl Story Company, responsible for iconic films like Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
20 September 2021
Primetime Emmy Awards: Ted Lasso, The Crown and Queens Gambit win big
The 73rd Emmy awards took place last night, the ceremony was a relatively quiet and somewhat predictable event, with Olivia Coleman, Kate Winslet, and Michaela Coel taking home awards.
23 July 2021
Netflix to add mobile gaming for subscribers
In what could be a landmark move in the streaming wars, Netflix announced the plans in a letter to investors, which will see the company bring mobile gaming to its subscribers at no additional cost.
14 July 2021
Review: Wonder Boy
Evocative and moving, Wonder Boy depicts the life of fashion designer Olivier Rousteing, and has recently made the jump over to Netflix.
19 May 2021
Amazon to potentially purchase MGM Studios for $9 billion
The potential deal would provide Amazon with access to MGM’s catalogue of historical film and television content which spans almost a century. This may attract new subscribers to the company’s streaming platform, Amazon Prime Video.
17 May 2021 – 18 June 2021
Netflix and Sky launch fellowship for BAME screenwriters
The Screenwriters’ Fellowship will offer six successful applicants a year-long programme of paid professional development.
10 May 2021
Things Heard & Seen review
Released onto Netflix on 29 April, new thriller ghost story ‘Things Seen and Heard’ is a gripping watch. In this review I share my thoughts!