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7 reasons to be excited about the new season of ‘The Musketeers’

Fans of historical French adventurings rejoice, for The Musketeers is soon to be gracing our screens once again. The ten-part final season begins at 9.30pm on Saturday 28 May on BBC One and changes the gang’s allegiance to the crown, turns their personal lives upside down and compromises their loyalty to those they love, as well as their...

10 original sci-fi movies you need to see in 2016

Sci-fi is a perennial film-favourite, but recent hits like Moon, Edge of Tomorrow, Looper and Ex Machina hinted that we might be entering a golden period of fresh and original sci-fi and fantasy film-making. With homegrown mini-epic Pandorica hitting screens soon, we look at 10 futuristic movies coming to cinemas in 2016…   Pandorica (April...

Ways to enjoy ‘Game of Thrones’ while you wait for the new season

Game of Thrones is undeniably one of the most popular TV shows ever. The creators have managed to do something so special in that they have created a believable universe that people talk about as if it was a soap opera. The popularity of the show has led to lucrative film deals for actors involved,...

John le Carré introduces BBC One’s adaptation of his novel ‘The Night Manager’

BBC One’s new six-part adaptation of John le Carré’s 1993 espionage novel stars Hugh Laurie (House) and Tom Hiddleston (Thor). Adapted by acclaimed writer David Farr (Hanna), the first television adaptation of a le Carré novel in more than 20 years brings together love, loss and revenge in a complex story of modern criminality. > Buy...

2016 blockbuster preview

If 2015 was a year of blockbusting franchise-driven success for the mjaor studios, particularly Universal who had two films in the top six of highest grossing titles ever, then 2016 looks like being more of the same. There are also re-workings of old favourites, and an animated title to excite those who loved Finding Nemo...

7 new US TV shows we’re excited about in 2016

From DC’s latest Arrow spin-off Legends of Tomorrow to Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, 2016 is shaping up to be another year of great TV. Here are some of our top picks…   Westworld Directed by Jonathan Nolan and starring Ben Barnes, Clifton Collins Jr., Ingrid Bolso Berdal and Ed...

‘Downton Abbey’ preview: 10 things we learned at the Season 6 launch

Downton Abbey is back and has returned to former glory. Whilst the show has been critically acclaimed since its inception, there were a lot of complaints that the recent two seasons were focusing too much on the love affairs of Lady Mary and her various suitors. I’d be inclined to agree – the show is...

‘This is England’ recap: The story so far

Shane Meadows completes his This Is England trilogy when the final four-part chapter, set in 1990, comes to Channel 4 this September. But before Sean, Smell, Woody, Lol, Milky, Trev, Gadget, Kelly and Banjo take their final bow, we have time to look back at how their lives have lead us to this point. When...

9 things we’re most excited about in the ‘Doctor Who’ Season 9 trailer

“Every time I think it couldn’t get more extraordinary it surprises me…” Debuting to the excited pocket of space-time known as Hall H at Comic Con in San Diego, and also online to everyone who didn’t spend the best part of a day queuing, the trailer for Doctor Who’s new season reminded us that this...