Posts Tagged ‘Kimberley Nixon’

Ordinary Lies Series 2 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Ordinary Lies Series 2 changes location to sports clothing company Coopers, and specifically, the warehouse and call centre behind it. I loved the first series (even the performance from the usually-irritating Jason Manford), and once again, each episode is set around one particular employee, the first this time being head of sales, Joe (Con O’Neill). […]

New Blood Case 2 Series 1 (Episodes 4-5) – The DVDfever Review

New Blood Case 2 centres around the mysterious death on a building site where, to us viewers there’s no mystery – we know what happened from the start, but the cops have to figure it all out because the baddies certainly aren’t going to spill the beans. The site is where the Scimitar is being […]

New Blood Series 1 Case 1 (Episodes 1-3) – The DVDfever Review

New Blood. Some old ideas. But it all balances out as a show worth watching. Mark Strepan (as Serious Fraud Officer Stefan Kowolski) and Ben Tavassoli (as pavement-plodder-donut-scoffer-turned-budding detective Rash Sayyad) are new to these eyes, and they’re brought together as typical buddy-buddy cops, forever getting on each other’s nerves, but needing each other to […]

Critical Series 1 Episode 2 – The DVDfever Review

Critical Series 1 Episode 2 and aother day, another near-death inside the impossibly clean hospital, where no-one smokes outside in the No Smoking area – unlike any other hospital I’ve been in… Today’s patient is a woman in her 40s who will need a dentist… since someone’s rammed a stake through her jaw and it’s […]

Critical Series 1 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Critical is the first new series from former doctor Jed Mecurio since Line of Duty, which saw its second series air on BBC2 in March last year, but he’s also responsible for the wonderful Cardiac Arrest and Bodies, plus the amusing The Grimleys. So, you can depend on him to come up with the goods, […]

Hebburn Series 2 – HD trailer online now

Last autumn, Hebburn’s first series began and it turned out to be a rare gem in the BBC’s schedule – a sitcom which was funny, and it’s no fluke because it comes from the creating and writing talents of superb stand-up comedian Jason Cook, with some episodes also co-written by Ideal‘s creator & writer Graham […]

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