Game of Thrones fans have criticised the publishers of Wedding
magazine for ruining the latest episode by introducing into their minds the idea that things sometimes happen at weddings.
Something about it being her title not her name, from what I can gather? Mainly in capital letters.
"I grew up in a knocking shop and I poison everything I love, but you're the only one who understands me, Natalie Napkin," says Don in the first episode's cold opening. Twenty minutes in, he starts cheating on it with a balloon whisk.
I read that Amazon had given the go-ahead for a new series called Bosch to stream on Amazon Prime, which sounded interesting, so I Googled "amazon bosch" to find out more. I don't know, it looks all right, but it's probably one of those ones that doesn't really get going till season two.
Having shed the freak-show tenor of his early work, Louis Theroux has become a documentarian you trust implicitly - even when the film ends on an implausible high note.
Yes, that six-minute long shot at the end of True Detective
's fourth episode was amazing. But in episode five of Line of Duty, there was something just as groundbreaking.
"Tee-hee!" confirmed a source close to the network executives considering the remake. "Tee-hee, 'Line of Doody'! Ha ha ha, ha ha ha ha, 'doody'!"
No, I've got nothing else; I just like that pun. Mad Men season seven is back on Sky Atlantic on Wednesday 16 April.
Game of Thrones returns for its fourth season in April and, frankly, I can't wait. Despite this very website placing it a measly 16th in its list of top TV shows last year
, it's easily the best thing on TV. (The list was topped by something called "Breaking Bad
" which, although sounding very interesting, hasn't got dragons or naked fire priestesses in it, so fuck knows how that's meant to be better.)
In a statement via his press officer earlier today, Todd Carty demanded to know why, when you're basically guaranteed an Oscar for playing anyone with AIDS, he never got one for playing Mark Fowler in Eastenders. A spokesman for Matthew McConaughey responded, surprisingly quickly, that Mark Fowler "only ever had HIV", which from an acting perspective was "a completely different kettle of fish". In response, a Carty representative said:
McConaughey is said to have liked it when Mark tricked Nick Cotton into falling off the viaduct.