Series Overview

Sapphire and Steel

Sapphire and Steel - Assignment One

Sapphire and Steel

All the clocks have stopped. Rob and Helen's parents have vanished. Two mysterious strangers arrive unannounced and tell the children they are their only hope of escaping from the ghosts that have invaded their isolated country house. And then there's that nursery rhyme...

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Frasier

The Good Doctor

Frasier

The best sitcom American television ever produced? Michael Spadoni looks back on the appeal of 'Frasier' and chooses his best fifteen episodes.

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The Umbrella Academy

The Umbrella Academy - Season 2

The Umbrella Academy

Dan Tessier continues his reviews by looking at the second season of the series featuring a dysfunctional family of adopted siblings, who are trained to be superheroes in order to stop an impending apocalypse.

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Star Trek: Picard

Star Trek: Picard

Star Trek: Picard

Jean-Luc is an elderly gent weathered by grief, regret and anger. Haunted by memories of a career-ending catastrophe at Starfleet, he passes time by tending to the soil at the Picard vineyard in France. But all that is about to change...

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Line of Duty Series 3

Line of Duty

Line of Duty Series 3

Police drama about the investigations of anti-corruption unit AC12. Sergeant Danny Waldron and his team shoot dead a criminal, but cracks soon appear in their story. WARNING: SPOILERS

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UK to US TV Series

Crossing The Pond

UK to US TV Series

Many television series that began life in the UK have been remade by American networks for American audiences. Not all have been successful. Here are ten UK shows that were remade in one form or another and how they fared.

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The Starlost

The Starlost

The Starlost

Creator Harlan Ellison earned a Writer’s Guild of America award for his original pilot script in 1974. The end product that reached the TV screens was dismal beyond compare.

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