It’s a television show: get over it.

If I were to ask for a show of hands, how many would come forward and admit they’ve heard those words? You know, when a favourite character of yours gets killed off—literally (let’s say...Lexa from The 100) or Alex Danvers (wait—she’s still alive, but she’s kind of existing in this weird baby-brooding shell of hers, …

‘The 100’: Xenophobia, discrimination & planned mass-murder: is humanity worth saving?

We're getting some massively shifting perspective on The 100 – and it's not for everyone NB: This seems to be something I wrote a after 3x04, when I stopped watching the show. So it's probably hugely inaccurate. Dug it up and I thought I might as well chuckle at what I thought would happen on …

‘The 100’: Gritty, it is Not

It's about time we created a post-apocalyptic drama with zero realism, said no-one. There are likely approximately minus three-thousand reasons why 'The 100' got a renewal this year. For a show that claims to be gritty, it truly is not. Really, the term 'gritty' needed a double check in the dictionary to understand its definition. …

War, Morals, Ethics and Ramifications.

  This is honestly provoked by me getting explosively agitated on a stuffy Manchester bus ride back (will you believe people have sunburned in Manchester already over the weekend? As in—pink lobster levels?) and the exclusion criteria to this post...oh, for goodness' sake, you know who you are. NB: I suffered through whole episodes of …