The New Trailer For ‘American Horror Story’ Season Five Is A Haunting Journey

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A while back I gave 4 reasons why you should catch up with American Horror Story, and if you didn’t take my advice then, now you’ll be eager to watch the new series with the release of this exciting first trailer.

We’ve been teased Lady Gaga’s AHS debut for quite some time and now we’ve finally got a trailer for the highly anticipated American Horror Story: Hotel.

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New TV Channel ‘Spike’ to Air The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, and Son’s of Anarchy

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It’s already been deemed “the hardest TV channel on the box”, and it’s no wonder when Channel 5’s spin-off channel, Spike, has such a fantastic schedule of shows. You can’t get much harder than Walter White, Rick Grimes, and Jax Teller.

With a number of exciting new programmes scheduled, ranging from drama to comedy to sport, the biggest news is that Spike, coming soon to the UK, is set to air three of the best TV series of recent years from start to finish – Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, and Sons of Anarchy.

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What Happened In Gotham Before The Mid-Season Break?

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Has the mid-season break for Channel 5’s Gotham been so long that you’ve forgotten what happened in the first half of series one? Or did you not watch the series and have now been tempted to catch up with the return of the second half? Whether you’re a fan of the series or not, here’s a re-cap of what’s happened so far, and a reminder of why you should be watching it.

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Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror: A Retrospective

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With Charlie Brooker‘s new feature-length special of his dystopian series, Black Mirror, airing on Channel 4 this week, let’s take a look at his first two series and what we can expect from the new episode.

Inspired by the likes of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Brooker wants to tell his own ghost story this Christmas. His single feature-length tale won’t be particularly festive, as Brooker objects to certain parties exploiting sentimentality at this time of year (his words not mine!) but he has commented that, “I quite like Christmas specials – but I missed the tradition of having ghost stories at Christmas.”

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