If you’re living in anticipation of the forthcoming new Amazon Original series, Good Omens , adapted from the popular 1990 novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, you’ll be in for a treat in London in June. An immersive experience and exhibition will open to the public in London.
The six-part adaptation of Good Omens is a comedy story of the world hurtling towards the apocalypse, with only the unlikely duo of an angel, played by Michael Sheen, and a demon, played by David Tennant, to stop it. In celebration of its launch on premium subscription streaming service, Amazon Prime Video, on 31 May, an immersive experience and exhibition will open to the public in London.
Plus, Samin Nosrat isn’t here for your colonialist food language, and more news to start your day Game of Thrones died as it lived… with modern drinking vessels fully visible in the shot You’d think that after the Great Coffee Cup Incident of Winterfell , the Game of Thrones showrunners would take extra care to make sure there were no more meme-able gaffes for the remaining episodes.
How Netflix’s ‘Street Food’ came to life. David Gelb and Brian McGinn talk making Volume 1 of the street food-centric series in Asia.
The allure of food documentaries can be attributed to a variety of elements. Whether you’ve secretly aspired to be a world-class chef or just like to imagine eating one of their fabulous meals, chances are you’re curious about what goes into the creation of their famous dishes. Beyond the glitter of celebrity chefdom, you may have always wondered what it was like to own your own food truck and serve a sample of your local flavor to passersby.
Perhaps you’re curious about how the food you eat relates to your health, or perhaps you’re curious about the health of the food you eat. Whether it’s a desire to know more about the food supply chain, the food industry, or just where eggs come from, there’s a food documentary for that too. Luckily, Netflix offers a wide variety of food documentaries to choose from, but be warned, binging them may give you the munchies!
“Game of Thrones” is down to its final 2 episodes, and while the impending battle between Daenerys and Cersei heats up … somebody might get killed for a Starbucks cup.
Somehow, the hit HBO series — that has spent millions upon millions of dollars and gone to great lengths to shoot some of the most epic and intricate scenes in TV history — made a boneheaded mistake by leaving the branded coffee cup in the middle of a scene.
The Starbucks can be spotted at the 17:38 mark of the episode — the fourth of the final season titled “The Last of the Starks” — on a table near Dany as she observes Jon Snow being praised for his valor by his pal, Tormund … and she’s not too happy about it.
TV DRAMA The Durrells, has worked wonders for tourism on Corfu, while Charles and Camilla’s visit did the same for Grenada.
Island breaks, to destinations such as these, are evermore popular, with an increasing number of short and long-haul options to choose from.
With these enticing Netflix travel shows, an adventure isn’t far from your couch.