Archive for ‘TV Shows’

6 TV Mums Who May Not Deserve Mother’s Day

by Adam Fay • posted on

Would you bring breakfast in bed to these questionable television matriarchs? Join us as we look at some of their most dubious moments to determine if they are in fact, Mother’s Day worthy.

You Played it, Now Watch it: 7 Great Video Game Adaptations

by Drew Frimston • posted on

There was a time that video game adaptions for both shows and movies were met with hesitation and worry from fans of the series. Recently though, there seems to be a resurgence in video game adaptations with more and more exceeding fans’ expectations. Adapting these shows require being true to the original fans of the games, while also being approachable enough to watch without any knowledge of the games themselves. Let’s take a look at the titles that we think have managed to achieve this fragile balance.

5 Incredible Shows with Despicable Characters

by Adam Fay • posted on

Forget “Good Vs Evil” the best television today is all about “Evil Vs Evil”. Some of the most popular shows on the planet feature some of the most despicable characters of all time.

It’s Prime Time: 5 Shows to Get You Hooked on Amazon Prime Video

by Andrew Buckle • posted on

In a crowded streaming market, we’re here to showcase some of the elite shows available on Prime Video, a service that in our eyes is getting better and better. Here are a few we feel are guaranteed to get you hooked on Prime Video and keep you coming back for more.

10 Awesome TV Opening Credits You Don’t Want to Skip

by Andrew Buckle • posted on

Some shows feature awesome opening credit sequences that feel not only essential to the experience, setting the mood to appreciate the episode you’re about to watch, but works of art in their own right. Here’s a list of some of our favourites.

Fetch’s Favourite TV Shows of 2021

by Andrew Buckle • posted on

The editors at Fetch watched a lot of television in 2021, come get a glimpse into their favourites of the year. See if any strike a chord with you, then seek out ones you may have missed.

Not the “Next Game of Thrones” – Fantasy Shows That Stand on Their Own.

by Drew Frimston • posted on

In 2011 Game of Thrones premiered and took the world by storm, quickly rising to the top of the fantasy genre. Its popularity amongst not only fantasy fans, but fans of any genre was astounding. This began a cycle where anything even remotely similar to Game of Thrones in scale, tone or story was instantly compared to the HBO juggernaut. So let’s explore the shows that have been hindered by the phrase “the next Game of Thrones” and highlight how truly incredible they are in their own right. 

What’s Hot in September – Netflix, Paramount+, New Movies and More…

by Andrew Buckle • posted on

Are you ready for another blockbuster month of releases? Here’s a taste of what you can look forward to watching on Fetch this September.