International iterations of hit reality TV shows is not a new thing by any means. Lucky for us it means we get to meet buffed up lads from all around the world who are eager to cash in on their fifteen minutes.
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Inclusion for the LGBTQI+ community has come on in leaps and bounds since the olden days and things get better with each coming season. As 2021 gets going, we take a gander at what’s out now, out already and is coming soon that shows just how far we’ve come in entertainment.
Whether you’re a fan of Sex and the City or not, the long running HBO show ran from 1998 to 2004 changing the face of TV and was a cultural ‘moment’. After a successful movie, and one slightly less successful one, fans around the world rejoiced last week at the news that Sex and the City is coming back to our screens next year.
Ex-TOWIE star Mark Wright can’t seem to put a foot wrong when it comes to trying his hand at new things. Ever since Wright, 33, crashed onto the reality TV scene as one of the breakout stars of The Only Way Is Essex way back in 2010, fans have watched him grow from strength to strength.
Say what you will about Downton Abbey, it was enormously popular all around the world and made movie stars out of some if its cast, we didn’t really watch it for the hot guys. Let’s be honest here, we watched mainly for Maggie Smith as the Dowager Countess, living for her eye rolls, side eye and razor-sharp quips sharp enough to slice an ornately carved ottoman in half.