Oct
26



3 Classic Movies with Mind Blowing Easter Eggs

The term “Easter Egg” actually comes from the campy 1975 film The Rocky Horror Picture Show. During filming, the crew decided to have a traditional Easter Egg hunt on the set, only not all of the eggs were found. Once filming resumed, some of those unrecovered Easter Eggs were included in the shots, making for …

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Sep
12



Bring some sunshine into your lives with the Morecambe and Wise Christmas Shows

Bring some sunshine into your lives with the Morecambe and Wise Christmas Shows

Who can forget the festive Christmas specials that featured the double act of Morecambe and Wise? For millions of viewers, the holidays were made more exciting as these two brilliant artists — staples in British television in the last 40 years — showcased their one-of-a-kind comedic talent in these memorable specials.  MORECAMBE & WISE THE …

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Aug
22



Can watching TV make you read more?

It’s impossible to deny that, thanks to the wealth of great programing from channels like HBO, the traditional pastime of reading has taken a hit as we all settle down to watch fantastic TV night after night. And though – among some generations – reading will never be quite as popular as watching TV, is …

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Apr
10



Viewers vote for old episodes of Corrie to be shown again

575 people voted in a recent poll which was conducted by ITV regarding Coronation Street with the question being whether or not people wanted to see old episodes of the popular series return to the small screen. The result was clear, with 469 people wanting to see these old episodes appear on their screens once …

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Apr
08



Sherlock will return for a third series

The hit BBC One show Sherlock will be returning to TV screens for a third series. Steven Moffat, one of the co-creators of the show had previously said that there couldn’t be a guarantee that there would be any more episodes created after the second season. However, on Twitter he admitted that the third season …

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Mar
29



Matrix creators working on Netflix exclusive TV show

The creators of The Matrix trilogy are now working hard on a new television series that will air exclusively on Netflix. Lana Wachowski an Andy Wachowski has teamed up to create a new ten series episode that will be called Sense8. In a press statement released by the directors they stated that a few years …

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Mar
26



Additional content comes to our TV screens

As many new devices continue to saturate the market and more are being produced there has been an explosion in the way television content is delivered as well as network television. However, now the new technology is not only transforming the way that we watch content, but also the way that it is created in …

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Mar
24



Scorcese plans TV show based on the Gangs of New York

Martin Scorsese has announced that he is in the process of creating a new television series that will be based on Gangs of New York, the ten time nominated Oscar film. The seventy year old director is partnered with Miramax for the new TV series that will be based on the activities of gangs in …

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Mar
23



The viewing habits of the British public

It’s not the sort of crisis that most people are going to worry about unduly; not like global warming or nuclear destruction or even epidemic obesity. The matter of how much television the average Brit watches, and what type of programmes they prefer probably won’t tilt the balance of world power anytime soon, but it …

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Mar
18



Daytime TV viewers on the up and up

TV is being watched for longer now across Britain according to new numbers from a BBC TV Licensing organisational research. This is even though the actual number of TV sets went down over the last couple of years. People now tend to watch more programmes throughout the day, giving them a higher average number of …

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