It’s been eighty five years since Prohibition was repealed, and bartenders are excited about people not drinking again. Seedlip is a non-alcoholic distilled spirit that aims a new intricacy to drinks. Its embrace by the hospitality industry points of things to come.
Pictures from around the world capture Christians celebrating Easter, their Holiest time of year.
Terrace House is a tough show to explain.
Like The Real World and other reality TV, the show puts a group of largely young and attractive strangers together in a house. But that’s about where the similarities end.
On Terrace House, most of the cast members genuinely seem to be rooting for each other. And while there’s drama, it’s scaled way back, so that passive aggressive remarks about soup can end up dominating an episode.
Darrell’s a big fan, so on this week’s episode of the Original Content podcast, we checked out the latest season, Opening New Doors (a co-production of Netflix and Japanese TV network Fuji). Sadly, this is his final episode as a regular host, but at least he got to go out with a bang. (And we’re hoping to lure him back.)
We also covered the week’s streaming and entertainment news, like the (distant) launch date for Apple’s TV efforts, Netflix’s plans for Carmen Sandiego and new trailers for The Handmaid’s Tale and Westworld. Plus, Jordan finishes watching the entire Star Wars saga.
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Meetings, protests, marches – and three most welcome points. Simon Stone spends a day finding out what’s happening at West Ham.