Category: TV

IFLIX Premieres: THE BRIDE OF HABAEK

Highly anticipated K-drama, The Bride of Habaek premieres today (July 19, 2017). New episodes will be available weekly every Thursday and Friday exclusively on Iflix, within 72 hours of their television broadcast in Korea. This Korean drama is a spin-off of the widely popular 2006 comic book series, Bride of the Water God by Yoon Mi-kyung. Directed by Kim Byung Soo, starring Korean heartthrobs Nam Joo-Hyuk, Shin Sae-Kyeong, Gong Myung and Krystal – the fantasy drama follows an unlikely romance between a human and a supernatural water god. Basically, the Water God descends down to Earth to meet his...

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Stranger Things 2 release date announced!

The Netflix Original series Stranger Things was one of the breakout hits of 2016, with a storyline and cinematographic style reminiscent of the some of best hits of the 80s and 90s and excellent callbacks to iconic films like E.T. and It to name a few. The adventures of Will, Lucas, Mike, Dustin, and their newfound friend Eleven in the small, sleepy town of Hawkins culminated in a reality bending finale that promised consequences for the cast after their encounter with the shadowed realm of the Upside Down, and fans have been waiting with baited breath for Season 2....

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Gerard Way’s The Umbrella Academy Gets A Netflix Pilot

By Hannah Azlan Once upon a time, Gerard Way wrote a graphic novel called The Umbrella Academy. Part X-Men and part Miss Peregine’s Home For Peculiar Children, the illustrations by Gabriel Bà  really captured the hearts of readers everywhere. In more recent news, The Umbrella Academy is apparently being optioned for a Netflix series. Cue screaming. With this, however – we all came to the realization that Gerard Way is 40. I’m not okay with this. That means I watched My Chemical Romance during their Black Parade tour 11 years ago. In remembrance of our (long ago, in some...

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GLOW S1E01 Review

10 minutes into the very first episode of GLOW, and I’m chuckling like a teenager. By the end of the thing, I am hooked onto the struggles of Ruth Wilder (Allison Brie of Scream 4 fame), an actress in the rollicking days of the 80s where the words ‘strong female lead’ didn’t exist in that particular sequence. GLOW opens up with Ruth reading for a part, one that seems to portray a high-powered executive woman facing the power plays of a corporate setting. Unfortunately, she happens to be reading the male lead’s lines, and the part she’s reading for...

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THE KINGS: A Love Story With No Labels

By Adani Bakhtiar Meet Ian Angelo King (Angie), the owner of Victoria Court, a popular hotel chain in Manila. And his wife, Joey Mead King, an established international model turned TV host, who has in turn, mentored many young aspiring models to achieve their dreams. Angie and Joey Mead King have everything you could ever ask for. But what happens when the love of your life decides that he wants to become a she? Join TLC as we go behind the scenes of this high-profile marriage between a transgender woman and her celebrity spouse in the public eye. Watch...

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