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.
All 11 Discovery channels could be dropped from StarHub TV after Discovery failed to reach an agreement with StarHub on a renewal deal for its channels. Seven Discovery channels could be terminated from StarHub TV after 30 June, said Discovery in a media release on Wednesday (30 May). Another four channels – HGTV, Asian Food Channel, Food Network and Travel Channel – could be axed from StarHub TV as well after 31 August.
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.
Every month, we tell you about new television shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore. We’ll also highlight the TV shows that you’ve got to catch every month. Overview of new TV shows in May
Fans of the “Cormoran Strike” book series, rejoice. “C.B. Strike”, a TV miniseries based on the best-selling crime novels written by Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling – under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith – is set to premiere in Asia. The miniseries, which will air exclusively on Cinemax (StarHub TV Ch 611), is set to launch with three one-hour episodes based on the first book in the trilogy, “The Cuckoo’s Calling”.
Chefs Audra Morrice, Bjorn Shen and Damian D’Silva are set to judge the upcoming Singapore edition of TV cooking competition MasterChef, it was announced on Wednesday (18 April). Morrice, who was a finalist in MasterChef Australia in 2012 and now runs a catering business in Sydney, said she was “incredibly excited” about the culinary contest coming to Singapore.
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.
A new Avengers channel is coming to the UK in April, featuring brand new, behind-the-scenes content from Infinity War.
Mork & Mindy actress Pam Dawber has said that Robin Williams did 'the grossest' things to her while on the set of the US sitcom, including frequently flashing and groping her.
British actor Iain Glen, who plays Ser Jorah Mormont, says he's read the script, and he reckons there's pain on the way.
The original Wonder Woman says she has several #MeToo stories from her time in Hollywood, but wouldn't name names.
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.
The 64-year-old actor opens up to ET about the realistic chances of a revival for the popular '90s sitcom.
The actress revealed what it was like to be at Ellen DeGeneres's star-studded 60th birthday party.
The embattled star, who is facing multiple allegations of inappropriate behavior and abuse of power, will return when the drama series comes back for its second season.
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.
In the clip, which aired during the Super Bowl, Steve talks about handing over his mission to his kids.