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Eastenders’ June Brown Losing Her Sight But Will Continue To Work | TV News

  88-year-old actress June Brown – who plays Dot Cotton in the BBC soap Eastenders – has just announced she is about to lose her sight. She is going to continue working after her retirement due to financial crisis. During an interview with Radio 4, she said: “I see things in my eyes now. My eyes are not very good.[…]

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‘The Mindy Project’ Is Still Alive After Fox Cancellation | TV News

  It was announced earlier this month that FOX were to cancel The Mindy Project, however, streaming site Hulu has come to the rescue and resurrected the sitcom for a bumper 26-episode web-series. As well as watching the fourth season, viewers are able to stream previous seasons as Hulu has exclusive rights to these too! Currently, there is no news[…]

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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 10 Episode 1 – The Gang Beats Boggs | TV Review

  It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, or It’s Always Sunny for short, is a long running comedy series about a group of drunk sociopaths who own a bar. Packed full of memorable scenes and quotable lines, it very much deserves its place in the zeitgeist. So, as series ten has just appeared on Netflix let’s have a gander, shall we?[…]

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David Lynch Rejoins ‘Twin Peaks’ Revival | TV News

  David Lynch has joined Twin Peaks again. Acclaimed director David Lynch, noted for works such as Blue Velvet and The Elephant Man, has announced on his twitter that he has returned to direct the revival of Twin Peaks again, after saying a month ago, that he will not be at the helm, due to budget concerns. This is great[…]

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‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ – Absurdist And Contagiously Optimistic | TV Review

  Netflix original series, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt reminds us just how long ago, in culture and time, the year 2000 really was. The eponymous main character, played by Ellie Kemper, is rescued from a doomsday cult where she spent the last fifteen years; and then the opening credits start…   In 15 years time, let’s hope they have flying cars[…]

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