Sam is here to review the new season of Dr. Who, a comforting classic for Sam and many others. Making a come-back with another season, but with the first ever woman Doctor on the show. Sam reckons it just keeps getting better.
Sam watched Bodyguard, and there's some hype, mostly from Tess. But is really worth 90% on Rotten Tomatoes? Sam just reckons it's a bit slow, and Mikey tosses up if it's really worth a try. So much to watch, so little time.
Sam joins Tess in studio to talk DC's Legends of Tomorrow, featuring episodes where superhereos travel in time back to Woodstock, 1950's America and the age of punk-rock. So has this series finally peaked in it's fourth season? And special mention goes out to TVNZ's House of Drag, Sam's four episodes deep and he just wants more to be honest.
Sam joins Mike and Tess to talk The Good Place, this week. A series he's been a long-time fan off, it's now finally time for it's review, and it;'s glorious. A must-see show, which is sure to get you hooked, according to the expert. But Mikey wants to know, who's seen House of Cards?
Sam's getting ~spooked~ with all these Halloween shows popping up everywhere. After binging the entire series of The Haunting of Hill House, he's well and truly ready for Halloween. Whilst highly recommending the series, he also recommends keeping the light on at night folks...
After Armageddon this week, Sam's got comics on his mind. Talking Titan's, despite the trailer getting laughable reviews, Sam reckons this is worth more than the hype. Two episodes deep, this is everything a comic fan would want, and it's available on yet another new subscription streaming site. How many subscriptionss is too many?!
Sam returns to review A Million Little Things, but is it really worth a watch? Sam's the expert, here to tell us. However, Tess only has one thing on her mind, and that's Chef's Table... What do you reckon, Sam?
Sam loves American Horror Story and he's not afraid to say it, despite being a three out of ten (Sam says), he still thinks season eight of Ryan Murphy's long standing, anthology horror series deserves an honourable mention. He reckons if you are a fan of American Horror Story then you should continue to do so.
Another Netflix special has hit our shores and Sam's straight into it. Maniac follows the story of a futuristic drug trial, staring some big names like Jonah Hill and Emma Stone, but does it live up to the hype? Sam's not sure where it's going but he's hopeful it could be somewhere good. Please.
Season two of The Sinner is out and Sam reckons it's the bomb, well, better than season one at least. This mysterious, psychological thriller series is sure to have to gripped to the edge of your seat, and Sam reckons don't even bother with season one, season two is the winner.