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The Baftas 2018

The Baftas 2018

The 71st British Academy Film Awards were held at The Royal Albert Hall last night. The ceremony was hosted by British rroyalty Joanna Lumley, with an opening performance by Cirque du Soleil OVO that was inspired by The Shape of…
What to watch on Netflix: January 2018

What to watch on Netflix: January 2018

Whether you’ve got time to kill, or need to wind down from the stress of work or exams: here are some must-watch shows on Netflix this month. One Day at a Time (Season 2) – Coming January 26th One Day…
LIVE: The Golden Globes 2018

LIVE: The Golden Globes 2018

Nerve Online brings you live updates from The Golden Globes 2018. Follow this post to keep up to date with the red carpet news, and the big winners. 4.09am The Golden Globes are over for another year. There were a…
Case Closed: Crimewatch and audience participation

Case Closed: Crimewatch and audience participation

33 years after it first aired, Crimewatch, one of the BBC’s longest running shows, has been axed. Hundreds of cases have been solved as a result of the show’s information appeals and reconstructions over its run. However, viewing figures have…
Review: Jack Whitehall – Travels With My Father

Review: Jack Whitehall – Travels With My Father

The latest comedic offering from Jack Whitehall is Netflix original series, Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father.  Following the peculiar pair around South East Asia, the comical documentary takes us on a five week journey – a gap year that…
Dr Marcel’s Little Book of Big Love: REVIEW

Dr Marcel’s Little Book of Big Love: REVIEW

Since Love Island 2017 finished, the Islanders have been up to all sorts. With winners Amber Davies and Kim Cetinay picking up modelling deals and the latter alongside Chris Hughes due for a spin off ITV show, the future is…