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Readers of the British magazine Radio Times voted in 2015 on their favorite small screen moment of the year. The final list included 32 moments, from talent show performances to Doctor Who speeches.
However, the winner was one that had haunted the nation since its very first broadcast: the sight of Aidan Turner mowing a field shirtless in the first season of Poldark.
That scene alone served to launch the series, the second adaptation of Winston Graham‘s novels, as a fan phenomenon worldwide. Each new season on the BBC is analyzed and commented on every social media platform, and fans are even making their own merchandising (especially wool dolls).
Let’s take a closer look at the secrets of Poldark’s success and what shows you can watch if you’re hungry f
There are dozens of film and television adaptations of the character created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in his famous novels and stories about Sherlock Holmes. Coinciding with the 80th anniversary of Conan Doyle‘s death, the British BBC premiered the series about the detective, but in our modern-day life.
Despite the dates and the doubts raised among fans, its summer premiere was very well received. Here’s a brief review, and also some shows you’ll appreciate once you’ve finished Sherlock.
After the BBC decided not to broadcast the pilot because it wasn’t good enough and demanding changes in the next three episodes’ scripts, things were
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Avatar: The Last Airbender is an animated, action-adventure, and fantasy television series that originally aired on Nickelodeon from 2005 to 2008. The show is set in a world in which certain people can control and manipulate one of the four elements – earth, fire, water, and air utilizing telekinetic variants of the Chinese martial arts known as “bending”.
One individually, known as the “Avatar” can bend all four of the elements and holds the responsibility of maintaining harmony between the world’s four nations. The Avatar also serves as a bridge between the physical world and the spirit world. The show is a mixture of anima and American cartoons that is unlike anything else.
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Llewelyn Moss, an antelope hunter, discovers near the Texas border some men riddled with bullets, a shipment of heroin, and two million dollars in cash.
That’s the beginning that raises questions about everything that unfolds in No Country For Old Men. Here we’ll explain exactly what the Coen brothers’ film is all about.
No Country for Old Men was also the reconciliation with one of the most infallible filmmakers, after a couple of inferior films and the discovery
Netflix releases with such carelessness some of its series that, when these turn out to be more than correct products, it almost makes you angry to see how the suspicious algorithm of the platform suddenly endorses it.
This has happened with The Queen’s Gambit, the miniseries based on Walter Tevis’ novel, which arrived in the catalog last October without much hype and is now among the illustrious top 10 of the catalog. Let’s have a closer look at the show and don’t miss out on our recommendations!
If you ask me, I don’t really know how to play chess. Well, yes and no. I mean, I know the rules and I know how to play but designing a strategy eludes me. And with The Queen’s Gambit, a superb period miniseries from Netflix, I admit that it makes me want to lea