November is here and that means one thing. Well, two things: Jessica Jones (our review here) and The Man in the High Castle (our review here). Yes, Amazon and Netflix are going head-to-head, as they both release their new original series on Friday 20th November.
It’s hard to imagine two more different beasts: one’s a rare – and long-awaited – female superhero story and the other imagines an alternate history where the Nazis won World War II.
Which should be top of your streaming list? We give you a quick rundown on each of them in our latest podcast, as well as speak candidly to Rufus Sewell, who plays a ruthless German officer in Amazon’s show, about the creative freedom that streaming TV provides. All that and reviews of the latest VOD releases, from Inside Out and Minions to Mission: Impossible – Rogue nation? Scratch that. November means one thing: Episode 4 of PODzilla.
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