An influential Pakistani lecturer is accused of radicalising students...
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Perhaps unavoidably, most of the pre-release hubbub surrounding House Of Cards centred on its unusual method of distribution. Released exclusively online, it became the first major series to forgo the time-old approach of a single televised episode per week, with steaming service Netflix dropping the entire first season – yes, the entire first season – all at the same time. Once the 13 episodes had landed, though, the conversation quickly shifted......Want To Read More?
Midway through Arrested Development’s second season, the absurdity quotient was turned up by a frozen banana or two. On one hand, this yielded some inspired, Bluth-powered lunacy, but on the other it also resulted in the show’s first real missteps. Largely more of the same, season three continues down this path like Gob whizzing past on his trusty segway, combining the usual assortment of knowing in-jokes and brilliant foreshadowing with some......Want To Read More?