TV Reviews

Koek

An international platform for South African thrillers has never been introduced to a more imaginative and exciting show than Koek, where ‘everyone wants a stukkie’, thanks to its talented cast and creative team.

The Greatest Night In Pop

Bao Nguyen’s enthralling music documentary, now streaming on Netflix, details the creation of the legendary anthem, We Are the World, in Los Angeles on January 25, 1985, by renowned artists who were raising money for hunger relief in Africa, inspired by legendary Harry Belafonte.

Boy Swallows Universe

After a drug lord destroys his family, a brilliant youngster and his silent sibling seek suburban love, forgiveness, and justice in 1980s Brisbane, Australia.

Fall Of The House Of Usher

Adapting Edgar Allan Poe’s seemingly unconnected stories and characters into a single nonlinear storyline spanning 1953–2023, this mini-series is loosely based on a number of Poe’s writings from the 19th century, the most notable of which being the eponymous short story from 1840. 

Yellowjackets

When a group of teenagers survive a plane crash in 1996, their adult selves in 2021, played by Melanie Lynskey, Tawny Cypress, Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci, Lauren Ambrose, and Simone Kessell have to deal with their unscrupulous survival methods, coming back to haunt them.

Hell Camp: Teen Nightmare

The 63-day “wilderness therapy camp” and the person who created it, are the issues that are discussed in the documentary feature, Hell Camp: Teen Nightmare, now streaming on Netflix.

Madoff: The Monster of Wall Street

Joe Berlinger’s Madoff: The Monster of Wall Street is a real crime limited documentary series made in the US in 2023. Jim Campbell’s 2021 book Madoff Talks served as inspiration for the endeavour.

The Bear

The series stars Jeremy Allen White as a young, talented chef who goes back to his childhood home in Chicago to take over his brother’s sandwich shop, where he had worked before his brother passed away.

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