If you grew up in the '80s, chances are you saw The Karate Kid starring Ralph Macchio and Pat "Mr Miyagi" Morita at the movies (and several times at home when it came out on VHS). The story of underdog Danial LaRusso and his karate rival Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) continues in new YouTube Red series Cobra Kai and we give you the lowdown in this week's episode of WHO's TV podcast, Binge List.
Plus, we take a look at the latest season of cult comedy Arrested Development, Love Island Australia, hilarious spy thriller Killing Eve, crime docuseries The Staircase and comedian Ali Wong’s Netflix specials. Listen below, or on iTunes: http://po.st/syE3JF or OMNY: http://po.st/28BGXd
True-crime drama American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace, ABC series Mystery Road and Netflix food doco The Magic Pill. Plus, we ask To Binge Or Not To Binge The Good Fight and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and delve into Hidden Gem Dead Boss.
Episode 5 - Teen Drama Special
Does Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why deserve all the hype and controversy? Is Riverdale too dark? And what about teen series of years past – do Dawson’s Creek, Gossip Girl, The OC and Beverly Hills, 90210 still hold up? Plus, we look at under-the-radar series Veronica Mars, Scream and The 100, and millennial mystery Search Party.
Netflix's Evil Genius: The True Story of America's Most Diabolical Bank Heist covers one of the most bizarre cases of all time and we can't binge it fast enough. Plus, what's the verdict on Olivia: Hopelessly Devoted to You? We also discuss Atlanta, Harrow, Young Sheldon and I'm Dying Up Here.
Jon Snow is back on TV. Well, Kit Harrington is. What is the Game of Thrones star’s new series, Gunpowder, like? Plus, is Modern Family as funny as ever in its ninth season? We also discuss Eurovision, dissect Lost in Space and Love, and shine a light on hidden gem Next of Kin.
Is the new series of Picnic At Hanging Rock as good as the classic movie? Is Roseanne as funny the second time around? We look at these shows, as well as what’s coming on Wentworth, Imposters, Santa Clarita Diet and Bad Banks.
Is the second season of The Handmaid's Tale as good as the first? We also discuss all the action on that other dystopian TV epic, Westworld. Also in this episode: we dissect The Crown, Unreal, Rise and Netflix hit Wild Wild Country. Join our TV experts Matthew Denby, Clare Rigden and Gavin Scott in the first episode of WHO magazine's new TV podcast, Binge List.
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