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Five things you need to know about NZ’s first original Netflix series Dark Tourist

July 24, 2018

A lot of travel programs follow a tried and tested formula. There’s a charismatic host. Pleasant and idyllic locations. There are the ingredients you’d typically associate with a fun holiday. But the opposite is true for the new, eight-part Netflix series Dark Tourist – New Zealand’s first original series for the streaming platform.... Continue Reading

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Netflix Review: Litchfield Reinvented for Orange Is The New Black in Season Six

July 17, 2018

Well, ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to head back to Litchfield.... Continue Reading

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Five Things You Need To Know About The Netflix Series, Somebody Feed Phil

July 6, 2018

The creator and writer of Everybody Loves Raymond, Philip Rosenthal is a man after our hearts because he loves to eat and travel. He enjoys this so much that he has his own Netflix series, Somebody Feed Phil where he visits different countries and samples their wares. Rosenthal resembles Homer Simpson in that episode where the latter turned into a food critic. Everything is delicious and you lose count of how many times Phil has a huge grin on his face and says something is the best thing he’s ever eaten. As the second helping of this enthusiastic food show hits Netflix, we bring you five things you need to know about the program.... Continue Reading

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Five Things You Need To Know About Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee Season 10

July 3, 2018

The show Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee has found its home on Netflix. The program sees comedian, Jerry Seinfeld driving around with a guest in a cool car where they chat and stop to consume coffee together. The tenth season is about to premiere and we have put together the top five things you need to know.... Continue Reading

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Watch: Queer Eye cast head down-under for “Mini Make-Better”

July 3, 2018

With the Fab Five finally back a full fifteen years after their Emmy Award-winning series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, the  popularity of their Netflix series Queer Eye has led down-under, in the form of a ‘mini make-better”.... Continue Reading

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Netflix Review: Nailed It! Season Two is the perfect recipe to bake up a storm

July 3, 2018

Netflix’s original series Nailed It! has returned with another batch of six episodes and it’s as hilarious as the first serving.... Continue Reading

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The seven best new films and series to stream this July

June 29, 2018

It’s almost July already, half a year passed and the coldest days of winter fast approaching. In a matter of weeks you’ll lose the will to venture out into the Antarctic winds and frosty nights, resigning to the comfort of a warm bed. But your confinement need not be spent watching re-runs of Friends or Kevin Costner’s Waterworld (playing on free to air TV for the fifth time this year), because we’ve curated our own selection of the best films and series to watch across all streaming platforms come July.... Continue Reading

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Nvidia Shield TV is finally coming to Australia

June 22, 2018

Nvidia’s popular Shield TV set top box is finally on its way to Australia. Built for both gaming and on-demand 4K streaming, the Shield has been a successful venture overseas, and now looks to dominate the market locally.... Continue Reading

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Five things you need to know about Nailed It! Season 2

June 19, 2018

In a world where everyone wants to be a MasterChef it’s so refreshing to see a show like Nailed It! This is a program where three amateurs try to make complex cakes and confectionaries. No surprises that individual results may vary. The show’s second season is coming to Netflix so we have put together the top five things you need to know.... Continue Reading

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TV Review: Season 2 of Netflix’s Luke Cage packs quite a punch

June 15, 2018

After the success of his first season and his recent stint in The Defenders late last year, Luke Cage (Mike Coulter) returns to protect the people of Harlem caught in the middle of an explosive gang war between the nefarious Mariah Dillard (Alfre Woodard) and the new kid on the block, Bushmaster (Mustafa Shakir).... Continue Reading

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