Akash continues his coverage of the HBO series, His Dark Materials!
HBO and BBC have teamed up to bring Phillip Pullman’s seminal His Dark Materials trilogy to life as a TV series, and the trailer looks epic.
The Hot Docs film fest just wrapped but you can still get your non-fiction fix with these 10 awesome documentaries now streaming on Netflix.
Forget Grand Theft Auto. We'd happily watch a BBC drama about any of these development houses.
While The Walking Dead may be the most popular zombie show on TV, it is certainly not the best one out there. Yes. We said it. Here are three zombie shows you should be watching instead.
We're tacklling the best and worst of Doctor Who season 8. Which instalment deserves multiple re-watches and which episodes should go the way of Gallifrey? To part two of the list!
We're going to tackle the best and worst of Doctor Who season 8. Which instalment deserves multiple re-watches and which episodes should die in a fire? To part one of the list!
With "In the Forest of the Night," first-time Who screenwriter Frank Cottrell Boyce creates visually and emotionally rich story that does away with predictable twists and repetitive plot points.
Navigating the waters of new TV can be a tad daunting. To help you, here's the first part of our new TV recommendations series, featuring Elena's top picks.
"Flatline" gets diminishing returns out of the Doctor's moral utilitarianism.
"Time Heist" is a Monet of an episode: good from far away, but a mess as soon as you look closer.
Hello readers, and welcome to Dork Shelf’s recap of Orphan Black season 2, episode 8, “Variable and Full of Perturbation." Something strange happened this episode, and that strange thing was that this episode was kind of... bland and boring?
This week on Orphan Black, countless secrets were revealed to each of the characters, with some hilarious and devastating consequences.
What happened this episode of Orphan Black? Well, for one we’re finally getting somewhere with our clone mystery, and by “somewhere” I mean we’re at the equivalent of that one pit stop with the big ball of twine—nowhere near the destination, but delightful nonetheless.
Hidey-ho readeroonies! I hope you enjoyed Orphan Black’s season 2, episode 5, “Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est” (translation: “knowledge itself is power”), because otherwise this recap wherein I gush over the skillful storytelling is going to be weird. Don’t make it weird.