The dark recesses of the TV guide.
“You will toil your life away and I will die alone upside down on the floor of a pub toilet.” The Black Books curmudgeon is all of us.
Deciding whether or not to watch Big Brother has never been this easy…
It’s enlightening and depressing at exactly the same time.
“But there’s a difference between privacy and secrecy, and I’m not a secretive person.”
“I have a cunning plan.”
Warning: This post contains baby elephants.
A look back at a decade of dodgy family comedies. Warning: This article includes Nicholas Lyndhurst.
The missing link between Game of Thrones and Elf, and other surprising casting crossovers.
The 11th Doctor is so handsome, but also the worst.
Last week, Joan used Adele’s weight as a punch line on The Late Show with David Letterman, and this weekend on The Last Leg, host Adam Hills didn’t let her get away with it.
Here’s my own personal list of British comedy I’ve enjoyed over the years. Some you’ve probably heard of, some you haven’t and some are just plain forgotten. Add yours! View List ›
You may remember that David Cross, Will Arnett, and Spike Jonze made a show for British TV, spitting in the face of the American fans who made them famous. Well, now you can you watch the pilot on Vimeo. Cold comfort. Watch Video ›
So you might know that Will Arnett, David Cross, and Spike Jonze are on a TV show together! Except only in the UK. Here’s a preview clip, to make you angrier about that fact. Watch Video ›
If you enjoy British reality shows, boy bands, twins, cultural watersheds, or cute nicknames, then X-Factor has a treat for you. The brothers (John and Edward) are the new Susan Boyle or the UK Adam Lambert or whoever is important to you in terms of singing competitions, and they. are. awesome. Please see the “Oops, I Did It Again” performance for verification. View List ›