Has the vast infinite network of the internet finally gone too far? With an ever growing social network list and communications
If you're like most of the British public today, you've woken up to a world of danger. The internet is full of 'Game Of Thrones
The prevalence of spoilers immediately following cult television shows has spiked, with some shows even encouraging immediate interaction by showing official social media hashtags during premiere broadcasts. It's a natural response, especially when something particularly dramatic happens people turn to others to talk about it.
Cucumber doesn't hold back on the sex scenes either but this hasn't stopped it reaching the eyes that other programmes haven't been able and this has surprised Vincent Franklin, especially when he is accosted at a railway station.
The 'second album' syndrome was bound to bring a few problems and, as is the case with many follow ups to great debuts, it had some moments of high tension and nail-biting drama that just about wins out over some of the 'filler' moments that appeared (insert second episode here).
The first series of Broadchurch was a revelation and it was no surprise that it scooped up the awards but the twists and turns that it brought were quickly undone in the first episode of the second venture.
‘Mr Selfridge’ creator Andrew Davies has hinted that there could be just two seasons of ‘Mr Selfridge’ left. Jeremy Piven
So after a week, a lot of sleepless nights, and watching the same Natwest advert over and over again (the one with a little girl so adorable she makes me want to claw out my own heart just to stop myself from crying - seriously I can't cope), I am finally up to speed with the Game Of Thrones bandwagon.
The cast of ‘Mr Selfridge’ have assembled for series three, where they’ll be joined by new additions including Zoe Wanamaker
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