Tag Archives: drama

no condom on the bro, and you’ve got yourself a show

Pramface is a British comedy-drama starring a young lady and boy who become parents after a drunken night of fun. The morning after, Jamie (Sean Verey) leaves Laura (Scarlett Alice Johnson) a note with his number on it, only to … Continue reading

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a show that’s killing it

The Killing has been revived more times than Dick Cheney. Premiering in 2011, the crime drama series follows homicide detectives Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) as they investigate a number of murders in Seattle, Washington. The … Continue reading

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not your average misfits

Misfits has been classified as many things: action, drama, science fiction, dark comedy and supernatural. I, however, think it’s more suitable to say that it’s underwhelming, chaotic and not overly entertaining. The British show revolves around a group of young … Continue reading

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METHinks it’s to die for

The days of Breaking Bad are upon us. To anyone who has spent endless hours watching, thinking and talking about the show, it should come as no surprise when I say that Breaking Bad is quite possible one of the best … Continue reading

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the 100 reasons to like this show

Well, a little less than 100. Who has the time to come up with a list like that? I came across this gem a few months ago when it was first released on Netflix. It’s apparently licensed exclusively to Netflix in Canada. … Continue reading

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zeroes

Oh, Heroes. Why did you have to pull a Lost and get so terrible after showing such potential? Heroes is an American sci-fi drama that follows the lives of what feels like 100 characters after they discover that they have superhuman abilities. Premiering … Continue reading

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about a great show

There were three big reasons why I started watching About a Boy (AAB): David Walton’s mesmerizing muddy eyes David Walton’s beautiful, bristly face, and David Walton’s elegantly disheveled hairdo Will Freeman (David Walton), a wealthy and musically-inclined man child, was given a life of freedom … Continue reading

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