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'Benefits Street': The Very Worst of Trash TV

First published at:  http://channelhopping.onthebox.com/2015/05/17/benefits-street-series-2/

The first episode of the new season of Benefits Street, based in the Tilery Estate in Stockton-on-Tees, strangely enough offered a degree of positivity that was sorely missing from the first. 797 more words


Charmed Season 1

I decided it was about time I got back to my TV reviews. This time for all you lovely followers its Charmed, otherwise known as one of my favourite TV shows ever. 1,476 more words


Arrow S.1 E. 3 'Lone Gunmen'

Oliver targets James Holder, who’s company created defective fire detectors that resulted in the deaths of a lot of people, who’s legal team has fought for the company not to be liable. 304 more words

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'The Flash' - Bringing comic book fun to the small screen?

The first season of the CW’s, ‘The Flash’, finished last week with a mind-bending, paradox-laden season finale cliffhanger.  It was an episode that put the cherry on top of a blast of a television entrance for this DC Comics superhero, and a truly welcome one at that.  523 more words

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TV Review: The Good Wife - "Wanna Partner"

The Good Wife: “Wanna Partner?” Review


In the age where producing fewer and fewer television episodes per season is trendy, one of the greatest things about experiencing “The Good Wife” is that it runs from autumn through the end of spring. 2,375 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: Grilled

“Grilled” picks up right where “Seven Thirty-Seven” left off, with Tuco’s abduction of both Walt and Jesse. It takes a little bit to get going, but, once it does, this episode stands out as a very tense and dramatic follow-up to the already very good season premiere. 610 more words

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Chef's Table (2015) Review

Italy, New York, Argentina, Los Angeles, Australia, and Sweden. Six different distinctive places, each with their own rich cultural history and each is the location for one of the chefs featured in Netflix’s first documentary series,  732 more words