The Tim Minchin-starring Upright has certainly won over its fanbase.
If you're looking for something weird and wonderful, you've found it.
Upright is heading to Sky Atlantic on November 29th. Say hello to its up-and-coming star Milly Alcock.
As 2019 approaches a close, we have yet another great series to dive into.
Watchmen fans have been gifted a sneak peek at the revered Minutemen by HBO and it's safe to say, many of them are a little bit excited.
Fans of Sky Atlantic's Britannia have been calling for a third season but is one on the way?
It's been one of the best years for television in recent memory.
Mark Strong has headed underground in one of his finest roles to date.
The Hundred is coming to revitalise domestic cricket but where will the Southern Brave team be playing?
In the Long Run returns for a second series but will the show's singing boy be back?
Liverpool will be taking part in the Club World Cup in Qatar - but the Reds will also be contesting the League Cup quarter-final against Aston Villa the same week.
Leeds United are sitting in the automatic places in the Championship table.
Tottenham Hotspur's defence could do with some re-tooling.
The Arsenal goalkeeper has been busy this season.
Arsenal parted company with Unai Emery last week, but Freddie Ljungberg hasn't sparked much of an improvement.
Liverpool maintained their unbeaten record in the Premier League this season when they saw off Everton last night.
Everton and Arsenal continue to be linked with Marcelino.
Marco Silva is reportedly under pressure at Everton.
Steven Gerrard's Glasgow Rangers are in cup final action this weekend and Ibrox left-back Borna Barisic is a doubt for the encounter.
David Moyes is not the only man being looked at by Premier League strugglers Everton - Monaco's Jardim and Ajax coach Erik Ten Hag are also options.
Two US hedge funds have banked on the Murdoch family succeeding in taking over the UK-based communications giant, Sky plc.
An increase in free and mobile phone communication has seen a drop in landline usage.
If you’re one of the 22% of people who illegally download media on the internet, will this new approach change your mind?