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March 19, 2012

Monday's "Grimm renewed, the BBC's sci-fi comedy pilots and Matthew Rhys is an American" news

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UK TV

  • Hollyoaks's Gerard McCarthy joins The Fall
  • Johnny Vegas starring in BBC3's UFO sitcom A Saucer Full of Secrets, BBC planning alien invasion comedy V Sign

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March 15, 2012

Thursday's "CBS renews 18 shows, Luck runs out, more Portlandia and Servalan returns" news

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UK TV

  • Top Gear admits to staging scene
  • BBC confirms pay TV download service plans [subscription required]
  • Netflix and LoveFilm to be investigated as part of pay-TV probe
US TV
  • CBS renews (deep breath) NCIS, Person of Interest, 2 Broke Girls, The Good Wife, Blue Bloods, Mike & Molly, Hawaii Five-0, NCIS: LA, Criminal Minds, CSI, The Mentalist, How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory but not (yet) CSI: NY, CSI: Miami, Rules of Engagement, A Gifted Man, Unforgettable, Rob and Two and A Half Men
  • Portlandia gets a third season
  • Luck cancelled after horse deaths
  • FNL's Gaius Charles to recur on NCIS
  • NYPD Blue's Sharon Lawrence to guest on Rizzoli & Isles [minor spoilers]
  • Scrubs' John C McGinley to guest on Burn Notice [minor spoilers]
  • Ulrich Thomsen joins Alan Ball's Banshee
  • Tuesday ratings: New Girl and Cougar Town hit series low
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February 29, 2012

Review: Netflix (UK)

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Netflix in the US is a massive force. Kind of like Lovefilm, it has a TV and film DVD rental service as well as an online streaming service, but it makes so much money, it can now afford to make its own programmes, including a remake of House of Cards with Kevin Spacey.

Now it's come to the UK. Available on your laptop, your Apple TV, your iPad, your iPhone, your PlayStation, your Wii and probably your cooker as well, Netflix is simple to use, integrates well with social networks, and delivers a true multi-platform experience, all for £5.99 a month.

It's just a shame there's bugger all to watch on it.

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