THIS WAY UP SEASON TWO | TV Review

Aisling Bea’s This Way Up has returned for a second season on Hulu in the US and Channel 4 in the UK and Ireland. The second season looks at the issues and relationships facing two Irish sisters in London. Aine (Bea) is now in a relationship with Richard (Tobias Menzies). She gets an offer from her boss,… Continue reading THIS WAY UP SEASON TWO | TV Review

Review: HUMANS SEASON 3 – A Sociological Driven Final Season

The third season of Humans is the last season of the hit British sci-fi. This season saw a big surge change to the world of the series. Season Three takes place a year after the events of Season Two. Synths the world over have gained consciousness causing chaos around the world. Thousands died due to… Continue reading Review: HUMANS SEASON 3 – A Sociological Driven Final Season

Review: THIS WAY UP Season One – A Believable Comedy-Drama About Mental Health

Aine (Aisling Bea)

Comedies about mental health issues have been on the rise in recent years. Irish comedian Aisling Bea tackles this subject with her comedy-drama This Way Up for Channel 4 and Hulu. Aine (Bea) is a young Irish woman living in London who had to spend time in rehab after having a wee bit of breakdown.… Continue reading Review: THIS WAY UP Season One – A Believable Comedy-Drama About Mental Health

Review CATCH-22: A Hilarious and Tragic Examination Of The Toll of War

Joseph Hellar’s satirical novel Catch-22 is regarded as a literary classic and one of the best war novels ever published. It is also a sprawling piece of work that is difficult to adapt. Hulu has attempted to adapt the novel to the small screen with a number of talented people attached to the series. Catch-22 focuses on the… Continue reading Review CATCH-22: A Hilarious and Tragic Examination Of The Toll of War

Review: DERRY GIRLS SEASON TWO – A Hilarious, Charming and Relatable Irish Sitcom

The first season of Derry Girls was a huge hit in the UK and Ireland upon its release. It won people over with its likable and relatable characters, sharp dialogue and great comedic situations. Channel 4 immediately commissioned a second season which has recently been broadcast in the British Isles. It has a lot to live up… Continue reading Review: DERRY GIRLS SEASON TWO – A Hilarious, Charming and Relatable Irish Sitcom