Teen-dramedy ‘Sex Education’ attempts to reconcile the awkwardness of adolescence with the complexities of the human need to, well… get jiggy. A lame comedy, or something more? Kelsey reviews.
After a tumultuous series 11 of Doctor Who, Ciaran outlines the glaring issues with her once beloved series, and the crucial misstep that almost made her stop watching altogether.
Now that The Orville and Star Trek: Discovery have begun their second seasons, Ciaran reflects once again on her experiences with modern ‘Star Trek’.
Black Mirror’s standalone episode/film ‘Bandersnatch’ allows you to take control of the narrative, adopting the classic choose-your-own-adventure structure. Does Black Mirror’s ambition to innovate storytelling pay off, or does Bandersnatch get the bad ending?
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’s Christmas Special is an attempt to bridge the gap between seasons one and two with some good old fashioned Pagan holiday spirit.
Ciaran gives an honest recount of the latest Doctor Who episode, ‘It Takes You Away’ – does it surpass expectations, or continue on its downward spiral?
Doctor Who series 11, episode 8, ‘The Witchfinders’ can only be summed up in one way, and Ciaran obliges.
‘Kerblam!’ exemplifies the new direction- and also the limitations – of Chris Chibnall’s stint as showrunner of Doctor Who. Is this shift in focus a good fit for the series, or are Chibnall’s efforts misplaced?
Doctor Who’s ‘Demons of the Punjab’ takes us back to the Partition of India. While this makes for a compelling slice of history and an interesting hour of television, does it make for a good Doctor Who episode?
Doctor Who’s The Tsuranga Conundrum gives us the series’ cutest villain yet, but struggles to push itself beyond the usual Doctor Who fare. Now that we’re halfway through the season, is the show playing it too safe?