Into It

This week's 'Into It' kicks off with a look back at the final dramatic episode of 'Doctor Foster', with the team looking ahead and deciding whether it left us hanging on for a third series, or ready to leave Parminster in the past. As Kendrick Lamar's tour sells out, they're also discussing whether our favourite stars are charging too much for us to see them in concert, and reflecting on the reality TV stars who were given the boot too early, following Chizzy Akudolu's emotional farewell to 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
With live shows now officially underway, this week it's a 'Strictly Come Dancing' special on 'Into It'. Now we've seen the 15 new contestants strutting their stuff for the first time, the team is discussing the biggest surprises of the bunch, and casting their minds forward to the rest of the series.
The 'Into It' team is discussing the 'Strictly Come Dancing' issue that's had everyone talking this week, namely the lack of same-sex couples, and the unfair criticism Susan Calman has received over her decision to dance with male professional Kevin Clifton. With the 'Fifty Shades Freed' trailer having now debuted, they're also looking ahead to the final film in the BDSM-infused trilogy, and reflecting on some of their favourite film guilty pleasures.
As reports reveal a new female-led remake of 'Lord Of The Flies' is in the works, they're also discussing whether reboots like this are the way forward, and looking ahead to the new series of 'The X Factor', and what they're hoping to see (and, indeed, not to see) this time around. Plus, ahead of the new series, they're taking a look back on some of the show's most famous past contestants, and testing their knowledge of the acts' chart success.
With Taylor Swift making a bold return to the pop scene with her divisive new single 'Look What You Made Me Do', this week the 'Into It' team are taking a closer look at her comeback and deciding whether her current approach is the right one to bag her another hit.
In this week's 'Into It', the team examines the reaction to Chris Pratt and Anna Faris's break-up, and questions whether the public outcry suggests we're putting a little too much pressure on celebrities and their personal lives.
After what's been an exciting week in the world of entertainment news, the 'Into It' team is picking apart what has indubitably been the biggest story of the week, the publication of the BBC's top earners' salaries. They're also looking ahead to the impending 'Love Island' final, and discussing what lessons we've taken away from the past seven weeks of action in the villa.
In the new episode of 'Into It', the HuffPost UK Entertainment podcast, the team is discussing how the latest series of 'Love Island' has approached its more x-rated moments, and whether the popularity of the ITV2 show has changed anyone's opinions of sex on TV.
The rumoured proposed changes to 'The X Factor' have got the 'Into It' team talking this week, specifically Simon Cowell's plans to rid the show of novelty acts. Plus, Kesha's triumphant return sparked a discussion about the most effective pop comebacks of recent years, with Rihanna getting the thumbs up from the group (which is more than can be said for Lady Gaga).
As former 'EastEnders' boss Sean O'Connor steps down from the show with immediate effect, this week the 'Into It' team is discussing what the soap needs to do to get itself back on track, after a particularly shaky 12 months. Britney Spears' latest comments about her vocals not getting enough credit, they debate whether or not it matters if a popstar sings live in their concerts, and share some of their TV guilty pleasures, following Channel 4's announcement they were announcing 'Host The Week' after just one episode.
About Into It
HuffPost UK's Entertainment team offers an irreverent look at three of the biggest - and, at times, most ridiculous - stories from the world of TV, film and celebrity in 'Into It', offering their take on what's going on in the world of pop culture. New episodes will be uploaded each Friday on this page, or you can subscribe on the iTunes Store.