This image of British reality TV star Lauren Goodger is currently burning up social media sites.
Lauren is no stranger to a selfie and even though that kind of sustained behaviour might be a clear indication of narcissism, which in turn may also lead to a lack of empathy and illusions of grandeur, which could be construed as symptoms of someone who may be a complete sociopath with a clear potential for cold blooded murder, it’s still a well taken picture.
UPDATE: There’s now an arse picture too. I would like to imagine Lauren took this snap with a little drone.
Here’s the official Better Call Saul song perfromed by country legend Junior Brown.
It aired last week in the States and due to copyright laws the video wasn’t available to view in the UK until today. The music video also serves as a teaser for the forthcoming spin-off series with snippets from future episodes. February can’t come quick enough.
Reporter for news channel KTVA in Alaska, Charlo Greene, gave a live TV report where she revealed to stunned viewers that she was the owner of the AK Cannabis Club, an organisation which fights for the freedoms of those who wish to use the drug in Alaska.
She then gracefully went on to announce her resignation from the airwaves.
It may only be a brief and disappointing ten seconds in length but this AMC teaser trailer for the Breaking Bad spin-off series Better Call Saul gives fans a glimpse of what to expect.
As we already know Better Call Saul will focus on Albuquerque’s finest criminal lawyer Saul Goodman, played by Bob Odenkirk, and will be set before, during and after the events involving Walter White in Breaking Bad. From the looks of Saul’s hair the clip above may be from the ‘before’ stage of the series.
Here’s a preview of the forthcoming animated series from Adult Swim called Mike Tyson Mysteries.
The plot for the cartoon rattles along like so:
In Mike Tyson Mysteries, a new half-hour animated adult comedy series, Mike Tyson is taking the fight from the boxing ring to the streets … by solving mysteries! Aided by the Mike Tyson Mystery Team – the Ghost of the Marquess of Queensbury, Mike’s adopted Korean daughter, and a pigeon who was once a man.
Apparently the series will also feature live-action appearances by Mighty Mike himself, and stars the voice talents of Norm Macdonald, Rachel Ramras and Jim Rash. Any series which has Norm MacDonald as a talking pigeon gets itself an automatic slot on my TV planner.
Here’s the first trailer for the final series of Boardwalk Empire, the critically acclaimed crime drama about the nefarious and murderous dealings of Enoch “Nucky” Thompson in Atlantic City, New Jersey in the 1920s and 1930s.
I watched th first series but have so far failed to catch up even though all the missed episodes so far are stockpiled on my planner. So to avoid spoilers I stopped watching this brief trailer halfway through. The fifith and final series of Boardwalk Empire will be screened in the UK on September.