18th January 2018 | TV
Meagan is still figuring it all out, like the rest of us. In her blog, titled ‘Figuring It All Out’ she talks about life and, mostly, how she’s still figuring it all out. You get the point of this now? Great
In the past few weeks, I’ve found myself re-watching all the seasons of Grey’s Anatomy… for the sixth time. I can’t help it, it’s really good and I feel like I know things about medicine now (although they’re probably wrong)! Anyway, Season 14 is just a few weeks away so I’m excited.
I sat down and began thinking about some of the other great TV shows that are worth bingeing, here are my picks!
Game of Thrones
Winter is here and GOT is coming to an end so now is the time to begin watching this show. It’s on HBO and I love it. It’s about seven kingdoms fighting for one thing: the throne. You’ve got the white walkers, diar wolves and the mother of dragons. Give it a shot and maybe you’ll like it as much as I do.
This show on Netflix frightens you, fascinates you and leaves you wondering if any of this can actually become reality. The show centres around future technology that reached scientific mentality to the extreme and each episode is a different story. I recommend watching it if you enjoy Sci-Fi.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Amazon hit the jackpot with this show. Set in the 50s in New York City, the show revolves around a perfectly good housewife trying to support her husband’s dreams, only for him to cheat on her and to leave her homeless. After moving in with her parents, it turns out that…
10th January 2018 | TV
In August 2017, we correctly predicted that Disney Channel TV show ‘Andi Mack’ would soon be known as, “hit TV show Andi Mack”. Were we right or WERE WE RIGHT!
If your behind on the action, ‘Andi Mack’ follows, you guessed it, Andi Mack as she navigates life after finding out that the woman who she always thought was her sister is actually her mother, and the woman who she always thought was her mother is actually her grandmother.
Created by ‘Lizzie McGuire’ creator Terri Minsky, with a theme tune by Sabrina Carpenter the show is returning for Season 2 from 9th February 2018.
To celebrate the launch of Season 2, we caught up with Peyton Elizabeth Lee (who plays Andi Mack), Joshua Rush (Cyrus), Asher Angel (Jonah) and Sofia Wylie (Buffy) to find out more…
WR: How is life on the set of ‘Andi Mack’?
Peyton: Life on set is pretty hilarious. It’s amazing!
Joshua: It’s always super-fast paced on the set. There are always plenty of pranks and jokes going on. We’re always laughing. I definitely break into the giggles more than the rest of the cast. My character, Cyrus, has been lucky enough to get a lot of the really funny lines in the show – but I can’t keep my cool when something funny is happening. I always end up laughing!
WR: How did you celebrate the end of the first season?
Peyton: We had a wrap party at the end of Season One, which was a lot of fun.
Sofia: It felt like we’d accomplished so much in the first season, so it was great to celebrate as a group. At that point, we didn’t know if there was going to be a second…
17th November 2017 | TV
If you were alive between 2003 and 2007 (i.e. most of the people reading this), then you know about the phenomenon known as ‘That’s So Raven’.
For those not in the know, although we reckon that’s only a few, the show focused on Raven Baxter (played by Raven-Symoné) who – wait for it – can see into the future. The theme tune also had a line repeated by tweens all across the globe: THAT’S SO RAVEN, YEP THAT’S ME!
Well, now the show is back! Kinda.
In the new Disney Channel production ‘Raven’s Home’, Raven Baxter (still played by Raven-Symoné) now has two tweenage children (YES, RAVEN HAS KIDS) Booker and Nia and is living with her childhood best friend Chelsea (yep, she’s in it!) and her song Levi.
‘Raven’s Home’ airs on Disney Channel on Mondays to Thursdays at 5pm. To celebrate the launch of the new series, we spoke to the cast of the show about their school life!
Raven-Symoné – has always and will always play Raven Baxter
WR: What was school like for you?
RS: I really enjoyed school. I had some fantastic teachers, which really helped. School is really important in everyone’s life. In fact, I’m actually back in school right now. I’ve been going to college to study fine art and painting. I love it! My mum is super-proud of me for studying again.
WR: What were you like as a student?
RS: I would stay after class. I would go to class early. I was a teacher’s pet! I’ve been working on sets since I was three years old, so I treated school as if it was a job. I always worked hard at it.
WR: Did you go…