Netflix get on the cyberpunk bandwagon with this Blade Runner-inflected sci-fi series. Richard gives it his blessing.
Richard catches up with this regrettably cancelled adaptation of a beloved DC character. Was this the Constantine we needed and need again?
Richard tucks into this latest glossy fantasy series from Bryan Fuller and Neil Gaiman. Did it do the book justice?
Dylan Spicer begins his own series to countdown his favourite entertainment choices… in a measly 15 minutes. First up, the wonderfully weird world of David Lynch.
Scotty returns from the Neutral Zone to discuss Starfleet’s latest television series with Dave, Star Trek: Discovery. The timeline, the characters, the Klingons. It’s all here in the first of (presumably) many Discovery conversations.
The Office fanatic Dylan tells us why David Brent’s low-grossing feature-length debut is worth another look.
With the second season now streaming on Netflix, Richard revisits the first batch of nostalgic horror from the Duffer Brothers.
You can blame Canada for giving us another must-see crime thriller. Laurie gives Tim Roth’s latest TV venture a look.
Scott “Scotty” Hadlington is our host to cover three decades of Picard and co. in this exhaustive TNG retrospective.
It was a season of Supermen, moves to Vancouver, and same-sex preaching. But did The CW actually improve Supergirl? Cal tries to decide.