I have spent most of my life knowing almost nothing about the sport of professional wrestling.
Enter cat behaviourist Jackson Galaxy, host of "My Cat from Hell" a show in which he travels the United States with a guitar case full of cat toys, fixing behavioural problems in out-of-control moggies.
When someone informed me, while I was partway through watching the first season of Preacher, that it was based on a comic book series, it somehow suddenly made a lot more sense to me.
It seems to be a guiding principle of reality television production that cast members should show as much skin as possible at all times.
Adaptations of beloved books are always difficult territory (don’t even talk to me about World War Z), but I had been encouraged by a trailer for The Handmaid’s Tale I saw online. You guys, the show is everything I wanted it to be.
While it may not be the snappiest name for a television show, Landscape Artist of the Year is possibly the classiest reality TV competition I've ever seen.
Having rapidly consumed the first season of award-winning British sitcom "Chewing Gum" (available on Netflix) last week, I wasn’t immediately sure what I had thought of it.
I got extremely excited last week when Sky TV sent me a paperback copy of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale.
Families make good TV drama. The complex tensions and loyalties that exist between family members make for interesting storytelling, and if their bonds serve to unite the family against everyone else, so much the better.
When I was little, my Dad worked for a company that had a large video library.
I like a TV series to have a good mystery. Present me with some tantalising unanswered questions in the first episode and I'm probably hooked until the end.