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HBO have just released another promo for the upcoming return of the hit show, and it looks epic.
Sweden’s Eurovision heats were nothing special – until this legend showed up to do the sign language for Magnus Carlsson’s song. He might just be my favourite person in the world…
Starring Robert Download J.R.R. Tolkien and dedicated to Martin Freehand and Benedict Happysnatch, Sherlock needs to solve the case of his missing shoulder.
The new comedy series from the creator of American Horror Story premieres later this year, and it looks scarily good. Here’s the first tantalising peak…
The company is launching a video call centre in Turkey for hearing impaired people. In this sweet advert, they make Muharrem’s day. Tots emosh…
It’s Mother’s Day, and what better way to celebrate than to present a round-up of shows that my mum is excited about.
Exactly as it sounds. The US President joins Jimmy Kimmel for a game of Mean Tweets. You might think he has more important things to worry about, but if he did this every week, his popularity would sky-rocket…
BBC Two will air a 90-minute TV drama chronicling the rise of Rockstar Games and the controversial Grand Theft Auto series.
Every Friday we feature something weird, wonderful or downright awful from the world of TV commercials. The Japanese can always be relied upon for a strange advert, and this effort is no different. Surprisingly catchy though…
Mindy shifts into full mother mode when she learns about her little brother’s unsavoury lifestyle.
What do you get when you mix an old children’s TV show with gangsta rap? Genius, that’s what. Check out the hilarious mash-up here. It’s Hypnotizing…
Traffic Jam Jimmy is unrepentant when the camera catches him by surprise at a McDonald’s. Will his bosses give him a grilling?
The amateur cooking competition has just entered its eleventh series. From innuendos to food fails, here’s why you should be tuning in…
In this clip from Last Week Tonight, the satirist examines the concept of daylight-saving and asks: ‘How is this still a thing?’
Armando Iannucci is back soon with a fourth season of his brilliant political comedy. Here’s a taste of what’s to come…