After bonding over their shared love of The X-Files and cryptids, David Farrier speaks to pal Rhys Darby about how he ended up on Farrier's favourite show.
The X Files is known for both its brilliance and dreadful inconsistency, but did the latest episode drop the ball completely? David Farrier laments what has happened to his favourite show.
Bringing together the TV moments of the week, including a Tame week of Seven Sharp, bizarre breakfast moments and bold background talent.
This week, Alex Casey and Duncan Greive mine the extensive Lightbox catalogue to find the best shows of the '90s and argue why they are just as relevant as the fancy new shows.
In celebration of International Women's Day, Alex Casey lists a few of the most inspirational women in television land. // Yes International Women's Day was yesterday, and no I don't care that â€¦
Summing up the past week in television news for you, because we care. // Woohoo for Puru? On Monday it was announced that our stalwart The Edge radio host and Shopping Channel presenter â€¦
With the huge Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul arriving exclusively to Lightbox in February 2015, Alex Casey looks at the disturbing television timeline of cast member Michael McKean.// Playing Saul Goodman's brother Chuck in â€¦
Trying to read everything on the internet can be a bit like trying to high-five a ghost, you will never manage and you will look like an idiot doing it. â€¦
David Farrier reflects on how a pivotal X-Files casting decision eventually led to Bryan Cranston's explosive role on Breaking Bad.// It was 1998 and I was 15 years old. It was season â€¦
X-Files obsessive David Farrier chronicles the show's strengths through three very different episodes of the sci-fi classic. // “I don't know anybody in the world working in film, and that's what we work â€¦