Love Island has returned, and with it, the discussions about the paradoxes of reality television.
It’s over till Christmas (sob) but look back at The Edge’s reviews of Doctor Who!
David talks us through what to expect from the fantasy epic’s penultimate season.
Seven years, six series, two & a half Doctors, five-ish companions, a female Master, and a hell of a lot of River Song.
Continuing on from last week, James and Josh rank the top five Doctor Who finales (no. 5–1).
This Month on Netflix: The Breakfast Club, Ozark, The Incredible Jessica James and many more.
Bums on seats – who will stake the final claim to win the Game of Thrones?
Rob’s chomping on Wumpa Fruit as he looks ahead to the remastered PS4 game.
Ahead of Capaldi’s final ep, Culture Editors James and Josh rank the best finales of revived Who (no. 9–6).
Writer Maddie Armour-Chelu discusses how the popularity of broadcasting live television drama has skyrocketed.
Writer Laura examines whether Marvel can realistically blame diversity for recent declines in comic-book sales
News Editor Rob discusses whether gaming remakes and remasters such as Crash Bandicoot and Jak and Daxter are becoming the latest cop-out in an increasingly competitive gaming world.
Culture Editor James Barker argues why a gay companion is a big step for the sci-fi show.
Writer Maddy Armour-Chelu discusses the incredible popularity of Planet Earth II among the younger generation- to the point it has eclipsed The X Factor in terms of viewing figures.