Now that the fall season over in the US has passed its peak, the world of television returns to a normal pace. This week, amongst others we look at Stan’s foray into original productions along with the last ever QI … Continue reading
This week it’s the CW’s turn to crank out an endless pile of fall season series, and being the CW, this means a lot of zombies, vampires and super heroes wearing spandex. At the other end of the Atlantic, ITV take it a little more seriously, while the BBC hit us again with another hilarious season of Have I Got News For You.
It was only a couple of days ago that we wrote about ITV Hub and their plans to arrive some time this year onto the Amazon Fire TV. But it seems the folks at ITV couldn’t wait and have just launched their existing player on the Fire TV Box in the meantime!
Once again, it’s time for the Rugby World Cup, the 4th largest sporting event in the world after the FIFA World Cup, Summer Olympics and the Cricket World Cup. And this year England plays host to the 20 nations competing. Having trouble watching live games in your country? No worries… we’ve got you covered!
This week’s highlights from the world of television include Longmire’s shift to Netflix for their forth season, which is a real pity for A&E as it was possibly their best show, and a return of the hugely popular Doc Martin for a seventh season.
One week before the fall madness begins on American TV screens, we’re not exactly short of new series from both sides of the Atlantic. Netflix continues to flex their newfound muscles with Narcos, whilst Sling TV proves yet again it’s a great way to catch TNTDrama and El Ray content!
This week Four Corners takes on a British focus, with drama, comedy and a BBQ competition from ITV to draw away viewers from the upcoming Bake Off, but we haven’t forgotten the huge anticipation for Netflix’s new Wet Hot American Summer revival and possibly the best movie released this century!
Yet another huge week on Four Corners, with a pile of brand new and returning series from around the world, included highlights this week such as True Detective and a crazy new series from David Hasselhof. If you’ve cut the cord and looking for amazing content, Four Corners is where you should start your week!
This week on Four Corners, we have a couple of reality shows from the US, a new drama from Netflix, along with British comedy from ITV and the BBC. As usual with Four Corners, we highlight shows curated for the cord cutter, and all are available from anywhere in the world via Smart DNS.
This week it’s the Brits who go ape on Four Corners, with new dramas, thrillers and comedies from the BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4, alongside the Australians who also throw in a great new sitcom from the deserts around Alice Springs, and an ANZAC drama.