Musical drama Smash premieres tonight at 10 on Sky Atlantic. If you like drama, singing, beautiful people being magnificent bastards and Marilyn Monroe then you have come to the right place. Step inside, the overture has just begun.
There's only one DVD this week that's worth talking about, and it's worth talking about at length. Won't you join me?
Sometimes you have to wait 16 years to be reminded just why you love television so much, and sometimes you have to wait a week to be reminded why occasionally you don't.
Bank holiday season is upon us! You know what that means: a bumper edition of Films on TV round-up starring all your favourite child-friendly movies! Actually, only two.
Once Upon a Time and Grimm: both shows based on fairytales. But which has the edge in the fairy stakes? Let's line them up and get them to fight each other with, I don't know, wands or something.
This week's DVD releases are so bloody good, I forgot to stop watching them and missed my deadline. And the clocks went forward which, like, confused me.
It's time we got something straight: our site attracts tens of pre-school kids and it's time we stopped talking about boobs and gangsters
and got to the meat of what really matters to our readers. Poorly rendered CGI anthropomorphic cartoons.
What were your favourite two things about Lost? It was Hurley and the mysterious island, right? Well check your lottery numbers baby, because your luck is right in.
In summary: it's OK for dramas and even stand-up comedians to be bleak, but it's not OK for comedies to be unfunny. Even if they would rather call themselves 'dramedies'.
It's what we've been waiting for people... it's back like Mark Morrison, and unlike Mark Morrison - it's awesome.