I edit Shortlist's features section and also oversee our film/entertainment stuff. I've previously written for loads of places like Mr Porter, NOTION, Vice, Esquire, the Guardian, the Independent 'etc
The Northern houses get a renewed focus and the show is definitely returning to the Greyjoys and the Iron Islands
But what does that mean for the pink letter Ramsay sent Jon?
Indy writers wrote about our perfect burger, which I compared to a meaty black hole.
The show invests in its emotional stakes - finally - and manages to be surprisingly poignant in doing so
Frank, Ray, Ani and Paul get thrown to the wolves as the second season hurtles to the finish line
True Detective is beginning to see the wood for the trees. But like last year, the pressure for a neat conclusion throws the complex character drama off balance.
The second season is an ambitious, sharp, and devastatingly sad comedy
"Episode five puts the first four episodes into a new context; the complex case was designed to disorientate viewers as much as the characters"
For IndyTV, I wrote about the leading men who could handle Han.
She spoke as the new face of Always #likeagirl campaign.
From killing off its popular characters to toning down the nostalgia factor, Heroes needs to pull out every trick to get people to support it second time around.
In a season that is struggling to do new things with an old genre, the tortured, closeted tough-guy schtick falls behind what we can expect of LGBT characters in TV
She explains why marginal propensity to consume decreases as income rises. Amazing.
His case will not only affect about 200 million Americans and the laws they live under, but it will continue to affect millions for generations to come