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This high-budget, high-octane US series started last week. If you missed it – as is always the way with these things – you’re too late to get into it because the plot is as complicated as an EastEnders family tree. It’s only been one episode!
In an age when A-listers are unable to command the fees they once did, the ensemble cast is king.
Reading singing sensation Paije Richardson has been voted through to the next live show in the X Factor.
This grisly comic book adaptation is not for the faint hearted.
It’s funny how when you meet someone and ask them if they’re on Facebook and they respond in the negative, you look at them with incredulity.
Fortunatley for Davina McCall this show does not involve groups of Premier League footballers, nor is it a cookery show for cannibals.
Zac Efron is making the transition from child star and teen heartthrob to legitimate screen idol with apparent ease, demonstrating some serious acting chops and a considerable screen presence along the way.
This is one the best things on TV, a very simple concept done fantastically well by the big-collared comic.
At first glance, the premise of Buried might seem better suited to an episode of an old anthology series like the The Twilight Zone and Tales Of The Unexpected.
This 2007 film is one of my favourite Brit-flicks of all time. It’s a bit like Midsomer Murders meets Lethal Weapon.