The X Files

Channel 4 picks up a host of classic Disney owned shows

The X Files, Alias, Bones and The Americans are coming to the Channel 4 streaming service. In a new deal, Channel 4 is adding over 1,000 hours of drama from the Disney back catalogue to its free streaming service this month. These are titles which Disney has scooped up via its various acquisitions – most notably … >

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine final series artwork

E4 bids goodbye to Brooklyn Nine-Nine with a one-hour special

The special will air before the channel premieres the show’s final episodes.  As the UK finally catches up with the finale of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which aired stateside last September, broadcaster E4 is marking the moment. The channel has commissioned a one-hour special, set to air before the show’s final double-bill. Goodbye Brooklyn Nine-Nine promises to … >

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GamesMaster gets a new iconic face: Sir Trevor McDonald

The veteran broadcaster is donning Sir Patrick Moore’s skullcap for the E4 gaming show reboot. E4 have announced that Sir Trevor McDonald will take on the role of the eponymous GamesMaster in their upcoming revival of the 90s television show. Airing from 1992 to 1998, GamesMaster was one of the world’s first dedicated video gaming … >

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The End of the F***ing World episode 1 & 2 review

  This 8-parter doesn’t hang about, with both protagonists well establlished in the first episode using a Peep Show narrative styling. Alex Lawther and Jessica Barden are beautifully awkward, slightly scary, both a little scarred (albeit it in different ways) and, while they are not necessarily likeable characters, there’s something there to keep you invested … >

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