Buffering

Buffering — new Iain Stirling comedy coming to ITV2 this August

Iain Stirling’s Buffering is coming to ITV2 New 6-part sitcom Buffering, created, written by and starring BAFTA-winning comedian Iain Stirling (Love Island, CelebAbility, Taskmaster), with co-creator and writer BBC New Comedy Award winning Steve Bugeja (The Russell Howard Hour, CelebAbility, Economics with Subtitles), is set to air with a double episode (each episode is 30 minutes) on ITV2 at 10pm on … >

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‘Glue’ finale review

So, seven episodes later, that‘s who killed Cal. Were you surprised? If you weren’t then that’s not a bad thing. In fact a lack of surprise is probably the best response to discovering Cal’s brother, Eli (Callum Turner), was responsible for his death. More an ‘oh yeah…’ than an ‘OMG!’. It’s a validation of Glue’s … >

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‘Glue’ episode guide

Set in a tiny village in the English countryside, The Fades creator Jack Thorne’s new murder-mystery drama Glue airs on E4 this autumn. Overton: farming is its bread-and-butter. Racehorses are its beating heart. But beyond the rolling hills and behind the stable doors lies a green and not-so-pleasant land.   Episode 1 Monday 15 September … >

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‘Glue’ Episode 6 review

This week’s Glue is a straightforward, finely-scripted, hour of youth angst: a love triangle (usually the most boring of romanti-sexual shapes) made interesting because of our understanding of the characters. Glue hasn’t always been the fastest moving murder mystery on our screens, but in taking its time it has created characters that are easy to … >

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‘Glue’ Episode 5 review

It’s a great showing for Glue this week, thanks to a more prolonged than usual focus on two if its strongest characters, and the reveal of answers to some important questions. If you’ve stuck with the drugs & dobbins drama so far then Episode 5 is a bit of a reward for your patience. Believing … >

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‘Glue’ Episode 4 review

It has taken a while to figure out while Glue is called Glue, but with Episode 4 the meaning behind the title feels clear. Given the debauchery in Episode 1 you’d think it was in reference to substance abuse. But as the story has cantered along and the show has proved itself more grown up … >

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‘Glue’ Episode 3 review

As I said last week, there always seems to be something on fire in Glue. A car, a caravan, a pile of wood in a copse… the countryside is indeed a highly flammable place. It’s why you never see cows smoking. Or sheep having ‘baa’-rbeques. Ha. Ha. Ha. But all those flames do more than … >

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‘Glue’ Episode 2 review

There’s a simple way to tell if you’re part of the viewer demographic that Glue has in its shot-glass sights. It’s this: when all those teens were having that shindig in the woods, if you didn’t think ‘Who lugged that sound system and stage into the middle of nowhere? And what’s powering it? A generator?’, … >

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‘Glue’ teasers: 10 hints for Episode 2

E4’s new murder-mystery drama Glue continues next week. Suspicions are running high after the discovery of Cal’s body. Cal’s friends – Rob, James, Tina, Janine and Annie – are questioned by the police about what happened on the night of the murder – or at least what they can recall of it. Episode 2 airs … >

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‘Glue’ characters guide: Who’s who in E4’s new drama?

Find out who’s who in The Fades creator Jack Thorne’s new E4 drama Glue. Set in a tiny village in the English countryside, the eight-part murder mystery series is airing at 10pm on Monday nights on E4. Overton. Farming is its bread-and-butter. Race-horses are its beating heart. But beyond the rolling hills and behind the … >

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