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  • The Last Dance is a Fun, Heartfelt, and Inspiring Docuseries that is a must-watch for any sport fan

    The ten-episode docuseries follows Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippin, Dennis Rodman, and the rest of the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s Read More +
  • Lucifer 5B Spoilers without Context Recap

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  • Netflix drops the Lucifer 5B trailer and production stills

    Check out the Lucifer trailer for the second half of season 5 as well as recent production stills. Read More +
  • Shadow and Bone Lives up to the Hype

    SPOILER REVIEW. Set in the mythical Russian-inspired land of Ravka, the series combines characters from both the Shadow and Bone book series, as well as the Six of Crows books. Read More +
  • 'This Is A Robbery: The World's Biggest Art Heist' Full Review

    Another Netflix docuseries? Yes. Is it as addicting and intriguing as all the others we watch? Yes! Caution: spoilers here. Read More +
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Tuesday, 01 December 2020 18:18

Julie and the Phantoms Review

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When I first started watching Julie and the Phantoms, I didn’t really know what to expect. I didn’t expect to enjoy the goofy little musical drama/comedy so much and I certainly didn’t expect to binge it all in one day but it was just that good!

Julie and the Phantoms follows titular character Julie (Madison Reyes) and a boyband from the ‘90s called Sunset Curve that died after eating bad hot dogs (I’m not joking) and came back as ghosts when Julie finds their merchandise in a box of her late mother’s stuff.

Okay, I admit, I might be a little late with this one. I only started watching How I Met Your Mother (HIMYM) a few months ago on Netflix and for the most part, it was an incredible choice.

The friend group's dynamic was playful, entertaining and lovable. Each member had their positive and negative sides, which is a sentiment to real life and the friends we all have. Ted (Josh Radnor), Marshall (Jason Segel), Barney (Neil Patrick Harris), Lily (Alyson Hannigan) and Robin (Cobie Smulders) graced us with many laughs and a few tears along this 9 season journey.

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Saturday, 28 November 2020 18:09

Netflix's The Witcher and why you should watch it

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Are you looking for a bizarre dark fantasy world filled with monster hunters, powerful sorceresses, iconic bards, and destiny itself? Then you should definitely check out Netflix's The Witcher.

Based off the book series by Andrzej Sapkowski which also inspired the 3 witcher video games, Netflix bring this world to the small screen and we couldn't be happier.

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Friday, 27 November 2020 15:16

The Crown Season 1 review

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I will admit, the amount of hype and talk that the latest 4th season of The Crown has generated on social media and in socially-distanced public talk finally influenced me to start watching the Netflix hit show.

As a British citizen I genuinely thought I knew what I needed to about the royal family and its history and had no real interest in it all. However, after just one season I've found myself immersed into the history, the drama and the politics of it all.

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The question all Lucifer fans are asking: Have you seen Lucifer?!

Earlier today the official lucifer netflix account (@LuciferNetflix) dropped a surprise for the fans of the show.

They released a pretty amazing Chloe Decker fancam with an even cooler gift at the end of it in the form of a 6 second clip from the eagerly awaited season 5b!

We see the aftermath of the celestial brawl that took place in the precinct at the end of 5x08 before actual GOD came down to stop his children fighting.

In this newly released 5b clip we see the officers of the precinct looking around confused after the glass shatters on the floor seemingly out of nowhere.

If you’re like me and you put off watching Cobra Kai when it first debuted, you’re not alone. When it first debuted on YouTube Red to rave reviews, it piqued my interest, but without a YouTube Red account and with so many other shows to watch, I ended up forgetting about Cobra Kai until Netflix acquired the rights in June 2020 and it began to make a resurgence.

photo copyright Guy D'Alema / Sony Pictures Television

Why the Bullet Necklace is emotionally significant in Lucifer.

Lets be honest, the bullet necklace has become one of our favourite accessories in Lucifer. It might not look like much but the weight of the emotional significance it holds is heavy for both Chloe Decker (Lauren German) and Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis).

We were first graced with the bullet necklace in 'Vegas With Some Radish' during season 3. After quite an emotional birthday for Chloe, Lucifer finally shows up to deliver her birthday gift. The gift was kept sealed away in Lucifers drill resistant safe that Chloe and co had been so desperately trying to break into.

Deckerstar's first kiss, to savor in zoom and slo-mo.

So much chemistry, and I am melting over their eyes in this scene.

So far we've reviewed season 1 of The Crown, Cobra Kai, Lucifer and more. We are looking forward to reviewing TV shows.

Coming SOON: Schitt's Creek, more Lucifer, The Crown season 2. STAY TUNED!

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