Seven years ago when the online streaming platforms were trying to establish their roots a horse walked onto Netflix and into our lives. No one expected Bojack Horseman to rise even one notch above average, let alone becoming a cult favourite and even dining at the same table as Breaking Bad, The Wire and The Sopranos registering its status as one of all times best.

Hilarious, heartbreaking and deeply layered, Bojack Horseman delivered some of the most harrowing and truth-bending portrayals of melancholy and addiction that’s ever graced the small screen — or even the big screen for that matter…


The current decade has turned out to be one of the worst for box office with the Covid-19 hitting home and theatres closing for an indeterministic period. Cineworld, the world’s second-largest theatre chain is about to shut the doors for good after reporting a $3bn loss during the last financial year. And with the pandemic on a rise and no end in sight, it’s highly unlikely the box office will ever recover and see the collections rise so it’s safe to assume that last decade’s box office records might remain untouched for some time.

The last decade was an all-time…


The Black Lives Matter global movement was founded in 2013 following the death of an African-American teenager Trayvon Martin and has been steadily gaining momentum for years. But last year’s events following the unthinkable actions of police that led to the death of George Floyd, have sparked a boom in the movement.

Citizens around the world have spoken out against racism pledging to help unpick the systems that perpetuate inequality. …


Freaks and Geeks might be the best show to come out of the 1990s American comedy scene. At a time when Friends, Seinfeld, The Fresh Prince, and Frasier were pulling in colossal audiences, Freaks and Geeks was far less popular and got cancelled after just one season. But those 18 episodes were enough to form a cult following that only grows as the show gets older. It was even ranked as high as number 11 in Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest TV Series of All-Time” list. …


As bad as 2020 has been, it can’t get any worse. An African-American icon, a true king, has fallen. Best known for his portrayal of King T’Challa (Black Panther) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Boseman never publicly spoke about his cancer, having been diagnosed with it for four years and yet, in every interview, he was vocal about the hardships of being black in a white-dominated Hollywood.

“You don’t have the same exact experience as a black actor as you do as a white actor. You don’t have the same opportunities.” He told AP while promoting his movie 42. “That’s…


If 2020 were a person, it’d look no different than Voldemort or Thanos. And the new victim of this never-ending pandemic is Netflix (the one thing that kept us sane at home during lockdown) as the fan favourite streaming service pulled the plug on ‘The Society’ and ‘I Am Not Okay with This’.

According to sources, uncertainty around production dates and balancing the availabilities of a large cast like ‘The Society’, coupled with unexpected budget increases due to COVID led to the decisions on ‘The Society’ and ‘I Am Not Okay With This’, which had been both well received by…


John Krasinski is redefining the word celebrity just like The Office redefined comedy. At a time when many celebrities like Gal Gadot and Vanessa Hudgens are facing backlash for their inappropriate take on COVID-19, John has brought this world together with one heart-melting video every week.

A pure mix of cliches and warm moments wrapped up in the most amazing positive vibes from around the world is what Some Good News is all about. From online prom to Graduation, from baseball to Hamilton and Nasa, we’ve seen everything, and the world just couldn’t be more grateful to John. …


The Premier League is one of its kind. No other football league comes near it in terms of drama, emotions and crazy fans. The players always try to put everything on the line, which ensures for a thrilling encounter and some events that happen here, just can’t be planned.

With so many injury-time winners streaming across everyone’s mind, why don’t we reverse it and cover the goals that rocked oppositions early in the game? …


What are you watching???

TV isn’t what it used to be. Over the course of the last decade, the quality and quantity of content have outpaced all records. So much so, that this isn’t the era of technology anymore, it’s the era of television. There’s never been more to watch and more ways to watch it. There’s Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and with Disney, Apple joining them and Warner media, Comcast, Costco, Flipkart, NBC to follow suit, there’s going to be a content overflow. It isn’t about finding something good to watch but, finding the right content for you.

From shipwrecked “Game of Thrones” season…

Palash reja

Not good at writing shitty stuff. Writer @WhatCulture (https://whatculture.com/author/palash-reja-5)

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