If you have been an avid viewer of this site since the inception way back in 2014 just over 5 years ago, then you could say with confidence that apart from listening to music, and this recently comprises of both Christian and mainstream music (and sometimes religiously following an artist’s career); watching TV shows are one of my greatest hobbies/pasttimes- and for better or worse, I’d say you’re probably right. Not that I have a lot of time to check out TV shows (old and new)…but anyway, that’s beyond the point.
Continue reading BEST OF 2019- PART 2: TOP 15 ANTICIPATED NEW SHOWS OF THE FORTHCOMING 2019/20 TV SEASON
Series Premiere Date: September 24th 2018
Reviewed by: Jonathan Andre
Starring: Josh Dallas, Melissa Roxburgh, Athena Karkanis, J.R. Ramirez, Luna Blaise, Jack Messina, Parveen Kaur
‘…I’ve tried to lean a little more heavily into the underlying themes I think are kind of relevant to the world right now. The show is ultimately about the possibility of redemption. The possibility of a second chance, being able to explore inside of ourselves and figure out: “What would I change about myself, if I had the opportunity to do that?” And, also, hopefulness about the idea that maybe there’s something bigger than all of us. When so many people are on all sides of the political spectrum and are feeling a great sense of frustration about our lives in big and small ways, that maybe there is something bigger out there guiding us, that will allow us to be a better version of ourselves. I’m hopeful it’ll connect with a lot of people…’ With this above quote by NBC’s Manifest creator Jeff Rake, taken from an interview with The Hollywood Reporter not too long ago, Manifest is indeed shown to us as, I reckon, one of this season’s most anticipated new shows, from any broadcast network, and at any time (inclusive of mid-season shows as well). With the pilot episode now having debuted a few nights ago to critical and commercial acclaim that translated into a big break in ratings; we are left to wonder whether such a show like this, a heavy serialised one at that, can survive in this particular global political climate. Manifest shows us a lot about the human condition, and brings issues of hope, redemption, do-overs and second chances, all to the fore, as this drama, with actors Josh Dallas and Melissa Roxburgh, is arguably one of my favourite new pilots I’ve watched in years, ever since Legends of Tomorrow in the beginning of 2016.
Continue reading Manifest (Pilot)
If you have been an avid viewer of this site since it’s inception just over 4 years ago, you could say with confidence that apart from Christian music, which I love; TV shows are one of my greatest hobbies/pasttimes- and for better or worse, I’d say you’re probably right.
Continue reading BEST OF 2018- PART 3: Top 10 ANTICIPATED NEW SHOWS OF FORTHCOMING 2018/19 TV SEASON
Who wants to read about the latest news over the past four weeks? It’s time for another Sunday News Roundup, here’s the next instalment from the 4th to the 31st May 2015 (sorry for the mega post, but circumstances came up over the past month preventing this post from being published…). Anyway, enjoy reading the scoop on the latest news, spanning over the past month!
Continue reading Sunday News Roundup (4th – 31st March 2015)
Episode Air Date: April 5th 2015
Reviewed by: Joshua Andre
AD (The Tomb Is Open)
Starring: Juan Pablo Di Pace, Adam Levy, Richard Coyle, Vincent Regan, Greta Scacchi, Babou Ceesay, Chipo Chung, Emmet J. Scanlan, Jodhi May, Joanna Whalley, Ken Bones, Kevin Doyle, Helen Daniels, Fraser Ayers
Continue reading A.D.: The Bible Continues (The Tomb Is Open)
It’s time for another Sunday News Roundup, here’s the next instalment from the 23rd February til the 8th March 2015. Enjoy reading the scoop on the latest news, spanning over the past 2 weeks!
Continue reading Sunday News Roundup (23rd February – 8th March 2015)
Below is a list of the albums that are releasing this week; which albums are you thinking of listening to and purchasing? Which albums are you going to recommend to others and which would you bypass? Let us know in the comments below.
Continue reading Albums Releasing This Week (1st-7th March 2015)