Hello, it’s a brand new year and time to re-evaluate Televigion once more! As it turns out, we achieved an American season’s worth of episodes (22 full episodes, plus a special) for Pilot Season in 2018. We had a brand new episode every week from June until November and were proud to be actively engaging […]
We’re off on holiday to Japan and then Rachel is away with work so we won’t be able to record any episodes while we’re away! This is an episode to say goodbye for 4 weeks and catch you up on our week’s viewing.
This episode we’re watching Homecoming on Amazon Video, a psychological thriller series about a facility to reintegrate soldiers back into civilian life starring Julia Roberts, based on a podcast from Gimlet Media.
This episode we’re watching The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix, a new outing for the Archie Comics character of Sabrina Spellman, a half-witch, half-mortal teenager growing up in Greendale.
Hello all, I thought it was worth mentioning that we are going to be a day or two late releasing episode 21 (about The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix) as I was away working all weekend. But all this really means is that we’ll release it as a Halloween special on Wednesday!
This episode we’re watching The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell on Netflix, a spooky cooking show with puppets and plot, created by Henson Alternative and hosted by Christine McConnell, who became famous through Instagram for her wonderfully weird photography, art and baking.
This episode we’re joined by The Televigion Mum, long time corresponder, first time guest! We’re watching The Haunting of Hill House on Netflix, a new adaptation of the influential and highly regarded 1959 novel by Shirley Jackson. It has been adapted by Mike Flanagan of Oculus, Hush and Gerald’s Game fame and stars Carla Gugino, Michiel Huisman and Timothy Hutton.
This episode we have longtime podcast supporter and contributor Suky Khakh as our special guest and we’re all watching Rose on the BBC iPlayer , the first episode of Doctor Who’s triumphant return in 2005, inspired by the latest return of Doctor Who with Jodie Whittaker taking over as The Doctor.
This episode we watched The Good Cop on Netflix, a police procedural comedy-drama starring Josh Groban and Tony Danza as strait-laced son and corrupt-cop father, adapted from an Israeli show of the same name.
This episode we watched Killing Eve on BBC1/iPlayer, a spy thriller creating a lot of online excitement, adapted by Phoebe Waller-Bridge starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer as MI5 agent and international assassin, each obsessed with the other.