Every month, we’ll tell you about new TV shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore. We’ll also highlight the television shows that you’ve got to be home (or on your phone) to catch every month.
Every month, we’ll tell you about new TV shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore. June is a quiet month for TV, but that gives the gems this month all the more space to shine, such as Viu’s science fiction Korean drama “Are You Human?” and the second season of Netflix’s “Luke Cage”. If you’re aching for more “Game of Thrones” style intrigue, “Succession” looks like it might scratch that itch — with a contemporary twist.
The series depicts the adventures of Professor X’s son, David Haller (played by Dan Stevens of “Downton Abbey” fame), with the good Professor himself getting a mention in Season 1. Haller’s powers can be fairly easily explained — he’s a vastly powerful psychic who has to deal with having being diagnosed with schizophrenia at a young age.
Veteran Singaporean actress Zoe Tay recently marked her 30th anniversary in show business – and she celebrated with a sweet treat.
“Hana Yori Dango” is returning with a second season. Late last month, it was announced that veteran actors from the first season of the famous Japanese drama “Hana Yori Dango” will be reprising their roles in the second season. One such character is none other than the leader of F4, Tsukasa Domyouji, who is played by Jun Matsumoto.
Do you still remember “Hana Yori Dango”, otherwise known as “Boys Over Flowers”? After the two-part drama in 2005 and 2007, a movie in 2008 and multiple remakes both in Japan and internationally, the manga-turned-drama is finally making a comeback on 17 April in Japan with a brand-new season. Titled “Hana Nochi Hare HanaDan Next Season” or “Boys Over Flowers Season 2”, the drama continues the story at Eitoku Academy, 10 years after F4 graduated.
Every month, we’ll tell you about new TV shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore. Science fiction seems to be the theme for the month, with “Westworld”, “Legion” and “3%” returning for their second seasons this month. Procedural buffs will enjoy the return of “Code of Law”, while Korean comedy-drama “Confidence Man JP” sits on the opposite side of the law.
Every month, we’ll tell you about new TV shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore. Pop culture fans can rejoice (then again, are we ever not rejoicing in this time and age?) with the premieres of Jessica Jones (for Marvel fans) on Netflix and Krypton (for DC fans) on Warner TV. If you like Korean dramas, then Viu has four new ones — Queen of Mystery 2 among them — for you to while away your hours on.
Every month, we’ll tell you about new television shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore. February brings more interesting offerings to the screen, with “The Tick” continuing its run on Amazon Prime and “Altered Carbon” debuting on Netflix.
The production team behind the viral “If Yishun Were A Movie” video, Juo Productions, has created an action series for YouTube based off the popularity of their short films “The Rule Breakers”. The first two “The Rule Breakers” shorts came to fame for their fight choreography in 2014, and they even won the “Singapore Outstanding Creativity Award” in TBS Digicon 6 Asia 2014, a Japanese short film festival/competition.
With enemies on his back, Ali accidentally binds an intelligent device to himself, making him a property of the agency. Left with no choice, Ali has to train himself and partake in field missions as a spy agent. Although the art style looks similar to other popular animations, what sets “Ejen Ali” apart is that it’s a Malay animation.
Should you watch this and “Stranger Things” Season 1 (if you haven’t)? “Stranger Things 2” is the second season of a science-fiction horror series on Netflix. “Stranger Things” was created by the Duffer Brothers (twin brothers Matt and Ross Duffer).
Humans are exposed to radiation on a daily basis, either from natural sources such as the sun, rocks, soil and water, or from man-made sources that emit radiation, such as mobile phones, microwave ovens, TV sets, diagnostic x-rays and x-ray security systems. While human exposure to radiation from manmade sources is generally low and not detrimental to health, some people fear that radiation-emitting products can increase the risk of developing cancer.
Viu gives you a slew of seven Korean dramas this month to follow, which means you can watch a different one every day of the week! The Arrowverse completes its line-up on Warner TV with “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” and “Arrow”, so superhero fans can get their fix as well. Channel 5 debuts a new road trip drama with a provocative title, “BRA”, that promises to bring an interesting premise to life on screen.
The crew of the third season of American sitcom “Fresh Off the Boat” got their first taste of the Chinese blessing ceremony on production sets when the series filmed in Taiwan. Chinese-majority countries, such as Singapore and Hong Kong, often hold such ceremonies to bring good luck for larger scale productions. “It was funny because the American crew didn’t know what to think of it. It was their first experience with something like that,” said Melvin Mar, executive producer of the show about a Taiwanese family that struggles to fit in and embrace the American dream after migrating in the ’90s.
Every month, we’ll tell you about new television shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore! We’ll also highlight shows that you’ve got to be home (or on your phone) to catch every month. “Young Sheldon” debuts alongside the new season of “The Big Bang Theory”, as well as “Final Fantasy XIV Dad of Light” which is based on a true story! Other highlights include the return of “Narcos” (though without Escobar, it’d be interesting to see how the series continues) and a new Korean drama, “Girls’ Generation 1979″… which also goes by the name, “Lingerie Girls’ Generation”.
Christopher Lee and wife Fann Wong. Lee plays a closeted gay man in the Taiwanese telemovie “The Long Goodbye”. Former Mediacorp star Christopher Lee has been nominated for the Best Actor award at Taiwan’s prestigious Golden Bell Awards.
The holidays are almost upon us, which means it’s time to Netflix and chill (in the most literal sense of the word possible, mind you). Free or paid, you can’t deny we have an incredibly selection of streaming services available to us. If you’re a fan of Korean dramas then Viu should be a staple for you.
Boo Yong Joo is a surgical prodigy nicknamed “Hands of God” in recognition of his impeccable skills, who abruptly quits his job and disappears one day. Under Teacher Kim’s guidance, the two doctors will learn what it means to be true doctors!
While September gave us Luke Cage, October sees DC coming back in full force with “Arrow” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”! Halloween is also upon us, meaning that Thrill has all the “Nightmare on Elm Street” movies waiting for you, while other channels have an assortment of horror waiting up. Based on the character created by Colleen Ballinger, Haters Back Off delves into the oddball family life of Miranda Sings. The series stars Colleen Ballinger as Miranda Sings, Steve Little (Eastbound & Down) as Miranda’s overly confident and utterly misguided Uncle Jim, Angela Kinsey (The Office) as Miranda’s mom, Bethany, and Erik Stocklin, as Miranda’s neighbor and best friend, Patrick.
Every month, we’ll tell you about new television shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore! We’ll also highlight shows that you’ve got to be home (or on your phone) to catch every month. Overview of September shows If you can’t get enough of Marvel’s television shows (which we sorely need), then you’re in luke because Luke Cage premieres at the end of the month! One Punch Man comes to Animax, and History has several programmes focused on Malaysia.
2015 was the year of the celebrity Girl Squad. We’ve gawked as Taylor Swift and her gang of supermodels strut in combat lingerie in “Bad Blood,” admired Tavi Gevinson and her precocious and talented group of young feminists, envied Lena Dunham and her real life Girls, and Instagram-stalked Man Repeller Leandra Medine and her #GirlBoss clique. It appears that female friendships — and finding a sisterhood of your own — has never had a stronger or more media-hungry moment, but even before hashtags existed, female friendships were prominent in pop culture. This week, the cast of the 1995 film based on Ann M.
If you’re looking for another way to celebrate Movember 2015 — or if you, like me, cannot grow a moustache for one reason or another — consider HBO Now’s new Movember episode collection, which showcases the most iconic moustaches in the cable network’s history to raise awareness for men’s health. The collection, “Celebrate the ’Stache: 22 HBO Moustaches for Movember,” includes Adam Sackler in Girls’ dirty hipster moustache and Petyr Baelish in Game of Thrones’ salt-and-pepper moustache.