Review: The Crown (Netflix)

It certainly doesn’t feel like it’s been three years since we said goodbye to the original cast of Netflix drama The Crown. Claire Foy, Matt Smith and Vanessa Kirby were so believable in their roles of the Queen, Prince Philip and Princess Margaret that it was almost impossible to imagine anyone else taking over (writer... Continue Reading →

Review: Away, Netflix

On paper a television series about a mission to Mars doesn’t sound like it would be particularly relatable to the majority of viewers, but in reality Away is an incredibly timely addition to Netflix’s repertoire. This epic new drama from Executive Producer Jason Katims (Roswell, Friday Night Lights and Parenthood) follows American astronaut Emma Green,... Continue Reading →

Review, Sex Education, Netflix

It was one of the most watched shows on Netflix in 2019, becoming a firm favourite with audiences, and now the much-anticipated second season of Sex Education is back for another helping and hoping to repeat its success. Created by Laurie Nunn, the comedy drama stars Asa Butterfield as Otis Milburn, a sixteen-year-old virgin who... Continue Reading →

News: Emmy® Award-winning Netflix documentary Our Planet to become live concert

General Entertainment Associates and Senbla are delighted to announce a spectacular new live experience, Our Planet Live in Concert. The production will re-imagine the Emmy® Award winning series as a live experience, combining highlights from the series with some brand-new arrangements to create an immersive journey across Our Planet. Specially developed by the series producers... Continue Reading →

Review: The Crown, Netflix

This weekend sees the hugely anticipated return of hit Netflix show The Crown, and even not-so-sharp-eyed viewers will spot that this season there’s a new Queen on the throne. In fact, as the show heads into the 60s and 70s and the monarch enters the second decade of her reign, the entire cast has been... Continue Reading →

Review: Criminal, Netflix

When it comes to television crime dramas, the UK has certainly ha its fair share, with the likes of the BBC’s Line of Duty, Killing Eve and ITV’s Broadchurch. And now Netflix is throwing its hat into the ring with its latest original, Criminal, a police series with a difference. Billed as a cat-and-mouse drama,... Continue Reading →

News: Netflix casts Alicia Silverstone and Mark Feuerstein in The Baby-sitter’s Club live-action series adaptation

Netflix and Walden Media have announced Alicia Silverstone (Clueless, American Woman) and Mark Feuerstein (Royal Pains) have been cast in the upcoming live-action seriesThe Baby-Sitters Club. In the series adaptation, Silverstone will play Elizabeth Thomas-Brewer, the mother of Kristy Thomas and love interest of Watson Brewer, played by Feuerstein. Based on Ann M. Martin’s best-selling... Continue Reading →

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