Dominic Preston

Staff Writer at Tech Advisor and Macworld covering all things tech and gaming, Executive Editor at Outermode, and occasional freelancer on film, TV, videogames, food & drink, lifestyle and travel.

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Unwinnable’s First Look at Luke Cage | Unwinnable

Luke Cage has rolled around with a certain sort of inevitability. Marvel’s third series for Netflix was announced way back in 2013. Lead Mike Colter was cast in 2014, and we first saw him in action last November when he played a major role in Jessica Jones. The point is, this has all been on the way for a very long time by TV standards, and after seeing Colter in the better part of Jessica Jones’ 13 episodes, it’s easy to feel the show won’t have much new to offer.
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Netflix’s The Get Down and Learning to Get Down | Unwinnable

The Get Down is a Netflix series, executive produced by the routinely maverick Australian director Baz Lurhmann, about the flourishing music scene in The Bronx in the ‘70s, as disco gave way to the dawn of hip hop. The get down is, within the show, that vital moment when a DJ manages to create an infinite beat out of the briefest fragment of another track. Looping it to generate a whole new rhythm, and leaving space for an MC to rap on top. The get down is all about simplicity, focus. Taking a
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Netflix Gives ‘Sense8′ a Second Season for its Birthday

Netflix renews the LGBT-friendly sci-fi show for a second season to celebrate its characters' birthday August 8th was the fictional birthday of the eight lead characters in the Netflix sci-fi drama Sense8, and the streaming service decided to celebrate the occasion by giving the show its own birthday present: a second season. The fate of Sense8 has been unclear ever since the first season was released in early June, with Netflix remaining tightlipped on whether any follow-up was planned. It’s
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Emmys 2015: ‘Transparent’, ‘Orange Is the New Black’ and ‘Grace and Frankie’ Score Nominations

Amazon's 'Transparent' leads the LGBT pack with 11 nominations, but 'Orange Is the New Black' has dropped down to just 4 2015 looks to be another great year for LGBT favorites at the Emmy Awards, with nominations for Transparent, Orange Is the New Black, Grace and Frankie and more. The big LGBT winner this year is Transparent, which picked up a total of 11 nominations – on a par with Mad Men and House of Cards – including Outstanding Comedy Series and Lead Actor in a Comedy for star Jeffrey Ta
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‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp’ Unloads its Full Trailer

Check out the first proper footage from Netflix's upcoming prequel to the cult classic film There’s less than a month to go until Netflix unleashes all eight episodes of its Wet Hot American Summer prequel series, and the streaming service has finally stopped teasing us and released the show’s first full trailer. First Day of Camp sees just about everyone from the original cult film return, alongside a few new faces, with (deep breath) Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper, Michael Ian Black,
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Jamie Clayton and Miguel Ángel Silvestre Explain that Queer Love is the Heart of ‘Sense8′

Two of the stars of Netflix's sci-fi epic 'Sense8' discuss the show's LGBT characters, orgy scenes and why Pride is so important Sense8, the brand-new sci-fi series from Netflix, is groundbreaking in all sorts of ways, as we’ve already argued. Not only is its globe-spanning story of eight interconnected people ambitious on a scale rarely seen on the small screen, but the show has hefty LGBT credentials. It boasts a transgender creator and director in Lana Wachowski and two LGBT lead characters,
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‘Northwest Passage': Kickstarter Documentary Shows One ‘Twin Peaks’ Superfan’s Dangerous Obsession

A new documentary turns to crowdfunding to investigate how a 'Twin Peaks' obsession changed one fan's life With Showtime’s plans for a return to the world of Twin Peaks next year, there’s been more discussion of the show in recent months than there has been since it first aired in 1990. Now one new documentary has taken to Kickstarter to take a different look at David Lynch’s TV masterpiece, through the eyes of a superfan whose obsession with the series led him to addiction, sleeping on the st
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‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ Set For a TV Remake

Fox will celebrate the film's 40th anniversary with a 2-hour TV special remake This year sees The Rocky Horror Picture Show hit its 40th anniversary, and Fox wants to celebrate in a way that’s sure to have fans up in arms, with a TV remake of the cult classic on the way. The Rocky Horror Picture Show Event will be a two-hour special, though won’t be following NBC’s live TV musical format, instead opting for the safer bet of taping it in advance. There’s no cast yet, but original producer Lou A
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First Look at Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin’s Reunion on ‘Grace and Frankie’

The acting legends are on screen together for the first time in 35 years in the upcoming Netflix series Thirty-five years after they appeared together in 1980’s 9 to 5, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin are reuniting to star in the upcoming Netflix series Grace and Frankie, and we now have our first look at what’s in store from the show. Fonda and Tomlin play the eponymous leads, two rivals who are unexpectedly thrown together after their husbands come out as a gay couple. With Martin Sheen and Sam W
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Kyle MacLachlan’s Return to ‘Twin Peaks’ as Special Agent Dale Cooper Confirmed

The show's original lead is coming back for another damn fine cup of coffee in 2016 We may have all expected it, but now we have official confirmation: Kyle MacLachlan is returning to Twin Peaks to reprise his role as FBI Agent Dale Cooper when the series returns for new episodes on Showtime in 2016. Variety reports that MacLachlan’s return was announced at the Television Critics Association press tour on Monday, when the actor joined Showtime president David Nevins on stage to offer him a “da
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Does 'Black-ish' Have a Gay Problem?

ABC’s Black-ish has been hailed by some as a stereotype challenging success, focusing as it does on an upper middle class black family. But while the show may have a deft hand when it comes to race, its second episode left some worrying that the show is not so careful when it comes to LGBT issues. The episode in question centred around father Dre (Anthony Anderson) realizing that he needs to talk to his son, Andre Jr. (Marcus Scribner), about sex. Dre reportedly decided that he and his son shou