Have you ever found cartoon food more appealing than the real thing? Here are 10 times cartoons gave us food envy. Dig in!
Brooklyn Nine-Nine was always one of those shows that people told me to watch but I never did. I was always like ‘yeah, one day’. But when that one day finally came and I sat down and watched it, it was the best decision because it’s absolutely brilliant! So if you’re looking for a new favourite show then this is it. It’s on Netflix so ready…set…binge (watch).
It’s one of the few shows that literally makes me LOL, and often too! Every single character is hilarious. It’s set in the 99th Precinct of the NYPD in Brooklyn, but it’s not so much about the cases, it’s about the people solving them.
La Doña walks a fine line between gritty crime drama and soap opera (a crime opera?), which is perhaps why it is so addictive. One of the latest Telemundo additions to grace our Netflix screens, it’s been nominated for a load of Premios Tu Mundo Awards – including Favourite Series, Best Bad Boy, and Perfect Couple. But if you need further convincing, here are our ten reasons to tune in. *Warning* Mild spoilers ahead.
When you think of iconic Australian commercials, what comes to mind? “Not happy, Jan!” by Yellow Pages? It’s hard to forget the creepy Smith’s Chips Gobbledok which was a cross between a Gremlin and ALF. Mortein’s Louie the Fly was practically an Aussie mascot (until they got rid of him – RIP Louie!). How about our latest advertising gem – the Rhonda and Ketut story by AAMI? Maybe it’s the ones with the catchy jingles that stick with you. Like the “My Dad picks the fruit” song by Cottee’s Cordial, “You ought to be congratulated” by Meadow Lea, “Make those bodies sing” for Australian Bananas, “Good on ya, Mum” by Tip Top or Banana Boat. But what about Aussie ads specifically from the ’90s? Check out our list of 19 unforgettable Australian commercials from the ’90s and see how many you remember!
It’s no secret that we love the Archie comics inspired teen drama Riverdale. I personally have been counting the days until season 2 airs on October 11. If you, or someone you love, are obsessed with Riverdale as much as we are then you are going to want to check out the following goodies. We’ve scoured the internet for the best gifts for the Riverdale fanatic in your life. These 16 Riverdale inspired gifts are sure to put a smile on the face of all of you “weirdos” out there.
You’re probably counting down the days until season 2, right? It’s less than three months to go now! They’ve already filmed at least 5 episodes and I’m trying to avoid spoilers but seriously, I’m not trying very hard. Let’s jump into Part 2 of every Bughead scene in season 1 (Chapter Seven to Chapter Nine)! Click on the descriptions to watch the scenes.
If you missed it, check out Every Bughead Scene – Part 1 (Chapter One to Chapter Six).
After seven (LONG) years of twists, turns, plot holes and ridiculous storylines, Pretty Little Liars has ended and everyone’s life is now a bit more empty because of it. Luckily, before the post-PLL funk could really set in, Keegan Allen, who plays Toby Cavanaugh, visited the land down under to attend Oz Comic Con 2017 (July 1-2) in Melbourne, Australia. While I wasn’t a huge fan of Tobias while watching PLL, Keegan Allen is such a cool guy and listening to him answer fan questions made me appreciate not only the actor but the character he played. Here are 14 things I learned about Keegan Allen at Oz Comic Con.
*** If you haven’t seen the ending of PLL do not pass go! There are spoilers ahead ***
Oz Comic Con hit Melbourne, Australia this weekend (July 1-2) and we jumped at the chance to unleash our inner geeks and do some celebrity spotting. Not only were cast members from iZombie in attendance (you can see our posts on iZombie brain food here and here), but the amazingly awesome Shannon Purser was down under for Oz Comic Con. You may know Shannon for her role as Barb on Stranger Things or more recently as Ethel Muggs on Riverdale. We were lucky enough to sit in on her panel and get the inside scoop on everything Riverdale.
It seems like we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to friendships on our TV screens. These days I sometimes find myself more invested in the friendship between two characters rather than the main romantic pairing. I love that friendship is getting airtime, whether it’s bromance, BFFs or purely platonic, TV is showing that romantic relationships are not the only relationships that matter.