Constantine debuted on NBC this week. The show stars Matt Ryan, Angélica Celaya, Harold Perrineau and Charles Halford.
The first episode has received mixed reviews, but personally I thought it had some promise.
Here's the trailer:
Netflix employ a bunch of people who "tag" content all day. Essentially the tagging categorises films and TV shows in order to give you better recommendations.
They announced earlier today that they're hiring for the role in the UK and Ireland.
Here's a video that explains (sort of) what the job involves:
Netflix taggers work from home, so the job is open to pretty much anyone, assuming they fit the bill.
If you like tv shows that centre around witches, warlocks and the dark arts, then you probably like Witches of East End.
The second season will start airing in the US later this week and, predictably, there's a promo video for the second season. It's very visual and will catch your attention, but it doesn't really give away anything:
Season 2 is apparently centred around the them of "darkness rising". So it will be even darker than the first season - which wasn't exactly "light" to begin with.
The Sunday Times commissioned an advert for their culture supplement. What they got is inspiring - and it's a single shot, there is NO editing or cuts.
Here's the ad:
You'll recognise Madmen, Forrest Gump, Daft Punk, Quentin Tarantino and more..
And here's how they made it:
You can learn more about the film (advert) on its official site.