I simply wasn't watching enough television. So, of course, I had to start watching 3 other pilots. Well, 2 actually. I have already finished the 10 episodes of "Good Behavior". And I have written and published an extremely long review that you can find here. Anyway, I wanted to do this properly... Start in September [...]
I've known about this show for a long time but I was so busy with other shows, tutoring, university and more. I have browsed through a couple of TV shows broadcast on TNT and I wasn't very impressed. I didn't have high expectations. None at all. "Good Behavior" is about a thief and con artist [...]
When a TV show has a nice and catchy theme, it's always more enjoyable. At least for me, it is. Here I have collected my favourite themes, songs that I actually listen to and I have on my phone. Homeland https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRRpeGKNP5Y Composed by Sean Callery, Homeland's theme is stunning. If you're into jazz, this is [...]
Such a beautiful article! Absolutely adored the ending:
“Essentially, we need diversity because when we have it, it really makes a difference for everyone. And when we don’t have it, we as consumers have the power through our purchases or even a boycott to push for more diversity. But we mustn’t forget that diversity isn’t just about black or white it’s also about everyone in between.”
Nowmore than ever before, the West is seeing the rise of Indians and people of Indian heritage in Hollywood, and it’s glorious.
Priyanka Chopra. Photo: Instagram
Lately, the likes of Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, Dev Patel, Lilly Singh, Mindy Kaling and Aziz Ansari have been taking the entertainment industry by storm. Back in 2012, Mindy Kaling paved the way for Indians on television, being the first Indian-American to create, produce and star in a television sitcom in ‘The Mindy Project.’ In 2016 Lilly Singh was ranked one the highest paid YouTube Stars by Forbes, and now has over 11 million subscribers #unicornisland.
This year Priyanka Chopra won her second consecutive People’s Choice Award for ‘Quantico’, Deepika Padukone is making her Hollywood debut in the movie ‘XXX: Return of Xander Cage’ also starring Vin Diesel, and Dev Patel’s movie ‘Lion’ has earned six Oscar nominations.
Having said this, seeing Indians on screen in the West hasn’t always been…
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Since I didn't grow up in an English speaking country, many many (frankly too many) famous TV shows weren't part of my childhood. So I've been missing out A LOT. A few months ago, I caught up on Will & Grace. Today (you have probably guessed by now) I'll be talking about THE OFFICE. Based on [...]