Into It

In the latest episode of 'Into It', the team discusses the rumours that 'Neighbours' could be about to disappear from UK screens, and debate when is the right to pull the plug on long-running TV series.
In this week's 'Into It', the team pick apart the two biggest announcements of the week: one shockin (Noel Fielding stepping into Mel and Sue's presenting shoes on 'Great British Bake Off') and one not-so-shocking (Ed Sheeran headlining at this year's Glastonbury).
As Ed Sheeran dominates the UK top 10 with tracks from his new album, ÷, the 'Into It' team discuss whether streaming has killed the singles chart for good, and if so, does that actually matter in 2017?
This week we're sharing some of our favourite awards season moments (most of which, admittedly, revolve around Taraji P Henson in some way or another), as well as putting our knowledge of this year's Academy Award winners to the test.
It's a Brit Awards special in the newest edition of 'Into It', and we had plenty to say about this year's ceremony. As well as checking back on our predictions from last week to see how correct we were, we reflect on Robbie Williams' Brits Icon victory, and suggest ways producers can improve for next year. Plus, diversity was such a hot topic in the lead-up to the Brits, did the show itself really reflect that? Spoiler alert: no, no it did not.
In the latest episode of 'Into It', we're still recovering from the shock news Lee Ryan is joining the cast of 'EastEnders'. With the news splitting fans right down the middle, we ask whether stunt casting is ever a good idea in soapland. We're also getting our teeth into Katy Perry's new brand of 'purposeful pop', as well as putting our money where our (big) mouths are, as we predict who will triumph at next week's Brit Awards.
In the latest episode of 'Into It', we're discussing the TV drama that's had everyone talking, The Moorside, which tells the story of the disappearance of Shannon Matthews in 2008. While the two-part series has won critical acclaim, some have suggested that focussing on a real-life case involving a child so soon after the event is in bad taste.
In the third edition of Into It, we're discussing the recent SAG Awards, which saw a staggering number of celebrities using their platforms to speak out amid the current political climate, and debating whether awards ceremonies are really the place for such statements.
Plus - can you believe it's been 10 years since 'Skins' debuted?
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.