I started writing this post back in October, knowing that I’d be unlikely to have time to write about more
The last year really has been a year of outstanding writing in what we still stubbornly insist on calling “TV”.
The adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s fantasy epic by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss may not be without
I originally wrote this in 2013, for a different website. But I thought I’d resurrect this blast from the past,
Despite endless advertising, Sky’s NowTV is still the red-headed step-child of the UK’s streaming TV, or SVOD, offering. But, without
What an ugly term SVOD is: Subscription Video On Demand. And yet, there isn’t really a better term right now.
Remember 2016, when Fleabag was, in my opinion, the greatest new TV show out there? Well writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge outdid herself with this
When everyone writes their best of year lists, there will barely be one that doesn’t mention THOHH in at least
I never watched Sabrina the Teenage Witch back in its heyday, though I was aware of it. I probably wasn’t its target
You’ve got to admire some advertising campaigns, for both quality and sheer chutzpah. Iceland’s Palm Oil campaign Christmas advert is
While I don’t agree with Steve McQueen when he says TV is just bad now, I do agree that there’s
A thought struck me this morning, after RTing a One Perfect Shot image. https://twitter.com/oneperfectshot/status/1001297151467630592?s=21 I love Westerns, as problematic and
Writing and pitching for TV isn’t easy. As well as all the usual story prep steps, it’s incredibly valuable to
There’s no denying that Twitter is an imperfect medium for communicating longford thoughts. There’s also no denying that people do
Just as there have been some astonishing new movies in 2017, we’ve also been spoilt by some splendid new, or