Posts Tagged ‘Michelle Keegan’

Brassic – The DVDfever Review – Michelle Keegan

Brassic is slang for the Cockney rhyming term ‘boracic lint’, meaning ‘skint’. So, we have a comedy/drama series about a bunch of young men who want to participate in endless ‘get rich quick’ schemes which you can guarantee are going to end in disaster. The two leads are best friends Vinnie (Joseph Gilgun – Lockout), […]

Tina and Bobby Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Michelle Keegan Drama

Tina and Bobby is a new three-part drama from ITV which dramatises the partnership of future England captain Bobby Moore (Lorne MacFadyen) and his wife Tina (Michelle Keegan). As it’s just a trilogy of episodes, it speeds along fast to get to the wedding as well as Bobby’s promotion to Captain at West Ham United […]

The Crystal Maze (2016) – The DVDfever Review – Stand Up 2 Cancer

The Crystal Maze was a wonderful piece of nonsense with Richard O’Brien, creator of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, in the early ’90s. He hosted it for four series in his own inimitable style before calling it a day and being replaced with Tenpole Tudor’s Ed Tudor-Pole for the last two before it was cancelled, […]

Our Girl Series 2 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Our Girl is the BBC’s war drama for which I never saw the first series, but this second one sees a change of lead character, and therefore actress, as ex-Corrie‘s Michelle Keegan takes charge as Lance Corporal Georgie Lane, the new army medic out in Kenya on a six-week humanitarian mission; a new location after […]

Ordinary Lies Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Ordinary Lies last night broadcast its first episode in this new drama series, from writer Danny Brocklehurst (Clocking Off, Shameless, The Driver), following in the footsteps of Clocking Off where each episode revolves around a particular member of staff within a single workplace. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation […]

Ordinary Lies – Launch Trailer – BBC One

Ordinary Lies is a new drama starting on Tuesday which, as the BBC press release says, is full of drama, tragedy, warmth and humour, and each episode focuses on one of the colleagues and friends of JS Motors. From party-loving receptionists, Tracy (Michelle Keegan) and Viv (Cherrelle Skeete), to enigmatic salesman, ‘Paracetemol’ Pete (Mackenzie Crook), […]

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