TV Shows

April 7, 2020

The Witcher – Full of action and adventure

An American television series, The Witcher, is an action-packed adventure, fantasy drama series. The series is based on or the adaptation of The Witcher by AndrzejSapkowski and was created by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich. Giona Ostinelli and Sonya Belousova composed the series, the Witcher. Mike Ostrowski produced the series with Sean Daniel, Tomasz Baginski, Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, Jason brown, Jaroslaw Sawko, and Alik Sakharov as the executive producers.

Apart from this, Nick Arthurs, Xavier Russell, Liana Del Giudice, and Jean-Daniel Fernandez-Qundez edited the series with the cinematography of Gavin Struthers and Jean Philippe Gossart. The witcher was shot on the single-camera setup under the Sean Daniel Company, Platigue Image, CInesite, Stillking Films, and One of Us production company banners. Netflix distributed the series and released it on the 20th of December 2019. It is in continuation till the present. read more

November 9, 2019


2009 Television series premiered on 25th October 2018, directed by Julie Plec. The Television series being showcased on The CW television network contains all the maximum of the cast of The Vampire Diaries. It is the sequel or the spin-off of The Originals and The Vampire Diaries.

The series starred the cast Danielle Rose Russell as Hope Mikaelson, Aria Shahghasemi as Landon Kirby, Kaylee Bryant as Josie Saltzman, Jennie Boyd as Lizzie Saltzman, Quincy Fouse as Milton Greasley, Payton Alex Smith as Rafael Waithe and Matthew Davis as Alaric Saltzman. read more

March 18, 2020

Lost in Space – A sci-fiction genre

An American television series, Lost in Space is an adventurous sci-fiction family drama series. The series was developed by Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama with Irwin Allen as the creator.

It was based on the Johann David Wyss’s The Swiss Family Robinson and Irwin Allen’s 1965 series of Lost in Space.

John Williams and Christopher Lennertz are the composers of Lost in Space.

At the Vancouver, British Columbia, the production had taken place and was produced by the executive producers Zack Estrin, Jon Jashni, Burk Sharpless, Alex Graves, Neil Marshall, Kevin Burns, Matt Sazama, and Marc Helwig. read more

June 22, 2020

Money Heist – Action, Crime

Money Heist is the most watched non-English series in Netflix history. The Spanish series, La Casa de papel “The House of Paper”, follows the lives and deaths a gang of intelligent robbers as they rob the biggest banking infrastructures in Spain. Money Heist is the brainchild of Alex Pina, and a crime drama, thriller genre.  The opening theme is titled “My Life is Going On” by Cecilia Krull. Other music composers include Ivan Martinez Lacamara and Manel Santisteban.

The executive producers of the series include Álex Pina, Sonia Martínez, Jesús Colmenar, Esther Martínez Lobato, and Nacho Manubens. read more

March 7, 2020

Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Sitcom genre drama

An American television series, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a police procedural sitcom genre drama. Michael Schur and Dan Goor created the television series and Dan Marocco composed the series. Jacques Slade, Frank Greenfield, Dan Marocco, and Laman Van Scimer composed the theme of the series named Brooklyn nine-Nine.

Marshall Boone, Matt Nodella, Neil Campbell, Cortney Carrillo, Phil Augusta Jackson, Richard H. Prince, Norm Hiscock, Andy Samberg, Matt Lawton, Carol Kolb, and Sierra Ornelas Miller produced the series. read more

December 13, 2019

SIX – Action/Drama

An American action and drama series, SIX is directed by David Broyles and William Broyles and was aired on the History Channel. Dennis Smith and Marco Beltrami are the composers of the series. The show was produced under Paint Rock Productions, The Weinstein Company, and A+E Studios. Leslie Linka Glatter, Bruce C. McKenna, Alfredo Barrios Jr., Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, David Broyles, Barry Jossen, Nicolas Chartier, David C Glasser, William Broyles, and Geroge W. Perkins are the executive producers of the show. read more

March 27, 2020

Silent Witness – A crime drama genre

The British television series, Silent Witness is the crime drama series.

Nigel McCrery was the creator of the series, John Harle was the theme music composer, and Sheridan

Tongue was the composer of the Silent Witness television series.

Anne Pivcevic, Sharon Bloom, and Ceri Meyrick were the producers with Laura Mackie, Phillipa Giles, and Jessica Pope as the executive producers of the series. The BBC Studios distributed the Silent Witness television series and released it on the 21st of February 1996. It is still in premiering on the BBC One original television network. read more

May 31, 2020

The Client List – Drama

The series, Client List, is a sequel to the movie earlier released in 2010 with the same name. The American TV drama series revolves around the true story of a middle-aged woman who has to do whatever it takes to make ends meet. Suzanne Martin created the series, and Jordan Budde developed it. The composers for the series include Pieter A. Schlosser, David Baerwald, Evan Frankfort, Marc Dauer and Liz Phair.

Barbara Nance is the producer of the TV series. The executive producers for the series include Jennifer Love Hewitt, Dannielle Thomas, Howard Braunstein, Michael Jaffe, AJ Rinella, Jordan Budde, John Tinker, John Strauss, Ed Decter, Efrem Seeger, Michael Reisz, and Dannielle Thomas.  The series was filmed by cinematographer James Chressanthis and Nancy Schreiber. It was later edited by David Crabtree, Geoffrey Rowland, Kaja Fehr, Regis Kimble, and Pattye Rogers. read more

October 20, 2019

Black Mirror

Black Mirror: Mind-blowing portrayal of a not so distant future

his is one very unique and groundbreaking TV series about humanity and its relationship with technology in a near future. I call it unique because of the way it is presented: each episode a different stories with different characters and different directors. Groundbreaking because it presents us the latest technology we have ever dreamed of and its uses in our modern lives. Released in 2011, with a very shocking 1st episode that will leave your mouth hanging wide open, Black Mirror has been critically acclaimed in the UK as well as in the rest of the world. Written and created by Charlie Brooker and each episode directed by a different person, this series can be considered Sci-Fi, Thriller, Drama and Anthology series at the same time.
Black Mirror’s first season only has two more episodes but they are even more satisfying to watch than the first one (when you see them, you will know what I am talking about). The first episode of this acclaimed TV series was directed by Otto Bathurst and if I had to describe it in one word it would be: shocking. It presents us with a bizarre and unprecedented scenario that involves a royal kidnapping, a “terrorist” demands and the British Prime Minister reluctant compliance. The power of the media and how the public opinion really sways the pendulum one way or the other are two major elements shown in this episode but in the end, when people’s morbidity is satisfied, it only leaves a bitter aftertaste.
The second episode shows us an alternate but very credible reality: your life revolves around pedaling on a stationary bike all day long to earn merits and change these for accommodations or save them to take a shot at becoming a celebrity. The third episode of the first season was the one that really got me hooked up to the series. Called The Entire History of You and starring Toby Kebell from Rock n’ Rolla, Jodie Whittaker and Tom Cullen, it starts with an average guy arriving to a party to share some time with his girlfriend and acquaintances. Everyone uses a small gadget in their eyes which allows to record everything they say or hear. Like all groundbreaking technology, this is a double edged knife with a very sharp dark edge to it. read more