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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

In the 23rd century and in the decade before the original Star Trek series, Captain Christopher Pike, a young Spock, and the crew of the USS Enterprise explore new worlds and carry out missions throughout the galaxy on behalf of The Federation

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Season 5

A season of huge change that unashamedly pulls on viewers heartstrings with brilliantly realised and unexpected developments as Buffy must deal with personal tragedy, a sister who appears from nowhere, and the Prince of Darkness himself...

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Empty Nest

US sitcom which was a spin-off of 'The Golden Girls' tells of the day to day misadventures of a widowed paediatrician and his two adult daughters

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The Terminal List

American action thriller television series based on Jack Carr's 2018 novel of the same name. The series follows Lieutenant Commander James Reece (Chris Pratt) after his platoon of Navy SEALs are ambushed while on a covert mission

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Colin Baker as The Doctor

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Colin Baker as The Doctor

Colin Baker fan Joshua Nicholson puts forward his argument for reappraising an era of Doctor Who that was one of the most controversial in the classic series’ history

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That's Life

That's Life (1973) Reviews

That's Life

British consumer affairs programme that championed the cause of the underdog and, with a comical twist provided by members of the public, became a staple of Sunday night viewing for millions

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Inspector Montalbano

Inspector Montalbano (1999) Reviews

Inspector Montalbano

Italian police procedural located in the imaginary town of Vigàta, Sicily, Inspector Montalbano (Italian: Il Commissario Montalbano) has been broadcast in over 65 countries, including the UK on BBC Four

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Victor Maddern

Victor Maddern Biographies

Victor Maddern

One of the most distinctive and eloquent faces in British cinema, Victor Maddern epitomised the post-war British film industry. Television Heaven looks back, with the help of his daughter, Julie White, on a prolific career that also took in a huge variety of television and stage.

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The OA

The OA (2016) Reviews

The OA

After missing for seven years, Prairie is found and returned to her adoptive parents who cannot understand what has happened to her. She was blind and can now see. What other mysteries surround this young lady who now answers the the name of The OA?

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