HBO Home Entertainment UK announces the digital release of GIRLS: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON, available to own and watch instantly on March 24 2015 via Amazon Instant Video, blinkbox, Google Play™, iTunes, Wuaki.tv and Xbox Video. Fans now have the chance to download this smart, funny, and brilliantly original show ahead of its release on Blu-ray and DVD. To celebrate the release, we take a look at five fabulous actors who make guest appearances during Season Four...
HBO Home Entertainment UK announces the digital release of GIRLS: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON, available to own and watch instantly now via Amazon Instant Video, blinkbox, Google Play™, iTunes, Wuaki.tv and Xbox Video. Fans now have the chance to get their hands on this smart, funny, and brilliantly original show ahead of its release on Blu-ray and DVD, and just a day after the final episode is broadcast on Sky Atlantic. GIRLS: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON comes complete with exciting extra content including Marnie & Desi: Making the Band and a special Invitation to the Set. Take the opportunity to catch up on the whole series from the beginning as THE COMPLETE GIRLS SEASON 1-4 BOX-SET also becomes available exclusively on iTunes, also from 24 March 2015.
by Cookie N Screen
Ahead of the BAFTA Television Awards, the Craft Awards nominations have been announced. The Craft Awards differs because it celebrates the unsung heroes behind the scenes of your favourite television shows (which I am pretty sure is a completely oxymoronic sentence). Anyway, instead of the actors and actresses who face your shows, these awards take you to the people working day and night to give you some of the greatest television shows that you enjoy entirely. From writing to costume, design to sound, the Craft Awards are amazing
by Robbie Jones
Better Call Saul has really been up and down for its first season. At times it’s been great, with excellent performances and good humour, and other times, it’s been terribly slow and quite boring. Every week, whether it was good or bad, the episode ends and it begs the question “What will next week be like?” because so far it’s been hard to guess any kind of consistency. Well, it feels like the last two episodes of the show might be pretty damn good, if this week is anything to go by.
by Cookie N Screen
Fantasy and eras clash in Amazon Prime’s upcoming series Outlander. Already causing a Highland storm across the world, with fans from America and Australia heavily praising the show, Outlander looks set to accrue a wider audience with its UK release later this week. The series revolves around Claire Beauchamp Randall, a married nurse during the vicious World War 2. However, when she is mysteriously sent back in time to 1700s Scotland, she meets dashing Highlander Jamie Fraser and becomes embroiled with a clash of the clans. Based on a series of novels by Dianna Gabaldon, Outlander is a stirring and evocative series that brings the romance and war of a historical Scotland into our lives.
I’m With Geek were lucky enough to sit down and talk to leading stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan who play Claire and Jamie respectively, to talk all things Outlander.
by Julia Lawson
ONCE is famous for chopping up and reassembling fairytales so that the level of character cross over is akin to a complex game of fairytale story Tetris. In this episode it was Ursula’s turn, enlightening us with a story of mermaids, pirates, sea kings and stolen voices. In Storybrooke the kidnapping interrogation took a turn for the worse as a certain wooden puppet told more lies than his nose could handle…
by Robbie Jones
Jesus Christ, one week until Season Five ends... The finale looks to be immense, but this week’s episode was pretty impressive too. Performance heavy, character driven, and aesthetically beautiful, this week’s penultimate has knocked it out of the park yet again.
by Graham Osborne
12 Monkeys is slowly descending into preposterous levels of ridiculousness, and this week’s episode really starts to show the cracks. I’m not saying it’s jumped the shark quite yet, but it’s certainly started training with dolphins and dipping its toes into the Great White Tank.
by Helen Langdon
There is a downside to the traditional way of watching TV, waiting until a specific time for each episode. With The Musketeers, we’ve seen it get pushed back several times for rugby, football and Comic Relief, and now, in the UK, we’ve got to wait a whole week for next week’s conclusion to this thrilling episode (those darn Americans are fine, what with BBC America). In “The Accused”, we got a perfect penultimate episode, well-paced and exciting as it tied together loose threads from the season. Basically, they’re all gonna die.
by Gloria Daniels-Moss
Frank Underwood isn’t running for President in the next election. He said that he was stepping down and only focused on getting his grand idea locked into the American society. But do we believe him? No chance. Well there are few members of the cabinet that seem his choice is suspicious too, leading to some unexpected candidates to come forward. Luckily, this episode has branched away from the dinner table and straight into the conceited politics the writers of the show do so well.
TV Editor: Graham Osborne
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