TV Review

The Split – Review

FEATURING: Nicola Walker, Stephen Mangan, Anna Chancellor, Annabel Scholey, Anthony Head, Barry Atsma, Ben Bailey Smith, Chukwudi Iwuji, Damien Molony, Deborah Findlay, Donna Air, Elizabeth Roberts, Ellora Torchia, Fiona Button, Ian McElhinney, Kerry Fox, Mathew Baynton, Meera Syal, Mollie Cowen, Rudi Dharmalingam, Stephen Tompkinson, Toby Oliver – CHANNEL: BBC iPlayer, BBC1 – FIRST SHOWN: 4th April 2022 (Season 3) [click for more...]

Deep Water – Review

FEATURING: Ben Affleck, Ana de Armas, Brendan Miller, Dash Mihok, Devyn Tyler, Finn Wittrock, Grace Jenkins, Jacob Elordi, Jade Fernandez, Jeff Pope, Juliet Brett, Kristen Connolly, Lil Rel Howery, Michael Braun, Michael Scialabba, Paul Teal, Rachel Blanchard, Tracy Letts – CHANNEL: Amazon Prime, Hulu (US) – FIRST SHOWN: 18th March 2022 [click for more...]

After Life – Review

FEATURING: Ricky Gervais, Ashley Jensen, David Bradley, Diane Morgan, Ethan Lawrence, Ewen MacIntosh, Jo Hartley, Joe Wilkinson, Kerry Godliman, Laura Patch, Mandeep Dhillon, Michelle Greenidge, Paul Kaye, Penelope Wilton, Peter Egan, Ricky Grover, Roisin Conaty, Steve Speirs, Tim Key, Tom Basden, Tom Bennett, Tony Way, Tracy Ann Oberman – CHANNEL: Netflix – FIRST SHOWN: Season 3 premiered 14th January 2022 [click for more...]

Showtrial – Review

FEATURING: Celine Buckens, Sinéad Keenan, Tracy Ifeachor, Abra Thompson, Alec Newman, Amy Marston, Amy Morgan, Camilla Power, Christopher Hatherall, Claire Lams, Elizabeth Rider, James Frain, Joseph Payne, Kerr Logan, Lolita Chakrabarti, Mika Simmons, Rebecca Grant, Rupert Holliday-Evans, Sharon D Clarke – CHANNEL: BBC iPlayer, BBC1 – FIRST SHOWN: 31st October 2021 [click for more...]

Ridley Road – Review

FEATURING: Agnes O’Casey, Eddie Marsan, Rory Kinnear, Tom Varey, Allan Corduner, Danny Hatchard, Danny Sykes, Gabriel Akuwudike, Hannah Onslow, Hannah Traylen, Henry Wilton-Hunt, James Craze, Julia Krynke, Nigel Betts, Preston Nyman, Rita Tushingham, Romane Portail, Samantha Spiro, Stephen Hogan, Tamzin Outhwaite, Tracy Ann Oberman, Will Keen – CHANNEL: BBC iPlayer, BBC1 – FIRST SHOWN: 3rd October 2021 [click for more...]

Vigil – Review

FEATURING: Suranne Jones, Adam James, Anita Vettesse, Anjli Mohindra, Cal MacAninch, Connor Swindells, Daniel Portman, Gary Lewis, Lauren Lyle, Lolita Chakrabarti, Lorne MacFadyen, Martin Compston, Oliver Lansley, Orla Russell, Paterson Joseph, Reuben Joseph, Rose Leslie, Shaun Evans, Stephen Dillane, Stephen McCole, Tom Gill – CHANNEL: BBC iPlayer, BBC1 – FIRST SHOWN: 29th August 2021 [click for more...]

Modern Love – Review

FEATURING: Anna Paquin, Dominique Fishback, Garrett Hedlund, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Grace Edwards, Isaac Powell, Kit Harington, Lucy Boynton, Lulu Wilson, Marquis Rodriguez, Minnie Driver, Miranda Richardson, Sophie Okonedo, Tobias Menzies, Zane Pais, Zoë Chao, Andrew Scott, Anne Hathaway, Catherine Keener, Dev Patel, James Saito, Jane Alexander, John Gallagher Jr, John Slattery, Julia Garner, Olivia Cooke, Shea Whigham, Sofia Boutella, Tina Fey – CHANNEL: Amazon Prime – FIRST SHOWN: 13th August 2021, Season 2 premiere [click for more...]

Time – Review

FEATURING: Sean Bean, Stephen Graham, Aneurin Barnard, Brian McCardie, Cal MacAninch, David Calder, Dean Fagan, Franc Ashman, Hannah Walters, Jack McMullen, James Nelson-Joyce, Jonathan Harden, Kadiff Kirwan, Kevin Harvey, Lee Morris, Nadine Marshall, Paddy Rowan, Siobhan Finneran, Sue Johnston, Terence Maynard – CHANNEL: BBC iPlayer, BBC1 – FIRST SHOWN: 6th June 2021 [click for more...]

Line of Duty – Review

FEATURING: Adrian Dunbar, Martin Compston, Vicky McClure, Ace Bhatti, Aiysha Hart, Anna Maxwell Martin, Anneika Rose, Brian McCardie, Christina Chong, Craig Parkinson, Daniel Mays, George Costigan, Gina McKee, Gregory Piper, Jason Watkins, Kate Ashfield, Keeley Hawes, Kelly Macdonald, Lennie James, Mark Bonnar, Maya Sondhi, Neil Morrissey, Nigel Boyle, Owen Teale, Patrick Baladi, Paul Higgins, Shalom Brune-Franklin, Shaun Parkes, Stephen Graham, Thandie Newton, Tommy Jessop, Tony Pitts – CHANNEL: BBC iPlayer, BBC1 – FIRST SHOWN: 6 seasons 2012 – 2021 [click for more...]