Set after a zombie apocalypse, we follow a small band of survivors as they come to terms with the loss of family, friends and life as they knew it and start to learn to live a new life - a life under constant threat.
After Kermit’s scandalous lovelife, who wouldn’t want to see what the Muppets get up to when they arrive on the small screen in this adorable mockumentary.
A bunch of young singles enjoying parties and their ever-changing lovelife. What’s not to like?! Follow them as they go to Greece this season to enjoy the sun, the sea and the local alcoholic beverages.
The Flash Season 2
Nine months after being struck by lightning, Barry Allen wakes up from a coma to find he has the power of super speed. With his new powers, Barry becomes 'The Flash' and begins to fight crime in Central City.
A spoiled millionaire goes missing and is presumed dead but he returns five years later a changed man to clean up the city.
Da Vinci’s Demons Season 3
Set in Renaissance Florence, 25 year old Leonardo Da Vinci is an artist, inventor, lover and quintessential renaissance guy - but it’s not easy fighting for reason at a time of heavy handed religious control.
Get ready for a lot of silliness that got Seth Rogen and James Franco into a lot of trouble with North Korea. They play two ordinary guys who are hired to assassinate Kim Jong-un, who might actually turn out to be a lovely person and a true friend…
Into the Woods
If you’re wondering “was Meryl Streep nominated for an Oscar for this?” then you clearly haven’t been paying attention: she gets nominated for everything! Inspired by a bunch of Grimm fairytales, Into The Woods is the magical musical full of celebrities you’ve always dreamed of.
Penguins of Madagascar
Who’s up for a pun-tastic adventure? If you’re anything like the gentlemen from Geordie Shore, you sure love birds - and this movie has plenty! Watch your favourite penguins join forces with Benedict Cumberbatch to take down an evil octopus voiced by John Malkovich.
Directed by Angelina Jolie, Unbroken follows Olympian Louis Zamperini after a near-fatal plane crash during World War II.
Director Clint Eastwood and actor Bradley Cooper pack some serious firepower in the story of Navy SEAL hero Chris Kyle, the deadliest sniper in US military history, whose loyalties are torn between his country and his family.
The Theory of Everything
Eddie Redmayne proves his Oscar-worthiness in this stunning movie following the life of young Stephen Hawking, stricken with motor neurone disease during his studies at Cambridge.
Actor Riggan Thomson once played the iconic superhero Birdman, but is now only a desperate fallen star trying to relaunch his career. This darkly funny drama has won a bunch of Oscars, including Best Picture.
JK Simmons gives an Oscar-winning performance as the tyrannical conductor of a prestigious music school jazz band who will stop at nothing to see his students realise their potential, singling out a talented drummer (Miles Teller).
The Sopranos Seasons 1 - 6
Tony Soprano – family man, business man, mafia man. With so much on his plate, it’s no wonder he’s in therapy. There’s a very good reason why The Sopranos took out so many awards and if you’ve never seen it, you better get ready, as you’ll only have 60 days to watch it!
Grey’s AnatomySeasons 1 - 11
This hugely popular medical drama follows the personal and professional lives of the medical residents and interns at the Grey-Sloane Memorial Hospital.
Hannibal Season 3
Before he was wearing a modified hockey mask and taunting Clarice about lambs, Hannibal ‘The Cannibal’ Lecter was a renowned psychiatrist working with a remarkable yet troubled criminal profiler to catch serial killers for the FBI. Although he is also quite the chef, we don’t recommend watching this whilst eating dinner.