We see them everywhere: strong, independent women. It is no surprise, because TV is experiencing a new wave of female portrayals, where woman can be both highly intellectual, sexually attractive and to some extent even ruthless. The leading female character in the Australian period drama, A Place to Call Home, is not an exception.
The enchanting, dark and humorous story of three little orphans, who are on a runaway from their evil and thievish uncle, is back. This was confirmed two weeks ago, when Netflix and Paramount announced that they were to turn the popular Lemony Snicket book series into an original television show.
Let me try to sell this plot to you. Three dysfunctional priests, a crazy housekeeper and a bunch of nuns. All these characters are on an island off the west of Ireland, where the weather is consistently bad.
Mark Watson Talks a Bit About Life is a brand new series, where the multi-award winning comedian, Mark Watson, attempts to answer some of the big and important questions that affect our everyday lives.
Twin Peaks is back. The American drama series from 1990-1991 that follows an idiosyncratic FBI Agents investigation into the murder of a high school girl, Laura Palmer, in the town the town of Twin Peaks, is confirmed to return to screen. The creators of Twin Peaks, David Lynch and Mark Frost, confirmed last Monday that the rumours of a return were indeed true, as they tweeted, ”Dear Twitter Friends… it is happening again… #damngoodcoffee”.