Category: Cult TV Essentials

Cult TV Essentials: Eleventh Hour

Created by writer Stephen Gallagher, Eleventh Hour was a four part 2006 British series that followed the adventures of Professor Ian Hood (played by Patrick Stewart). Hood was a Special Advisor to the government’s Joint Sciences Committee, who troubleshot various threats of “scientific endeavour.” Hood was assisted by D.S. […]

Cult TV Essentials: Hex

Created by Julian Jones and Lucy Watkins, Hex was a TV series that explored the supernatural. It ran for two seasons (19 episodes) between 2004 and 2005. Hex was set in a remote English school called Medenham Hall where as it happens was built on the site of what […]

Cult TV Essentials: Power Rangers Ninja Storm

Power Rangers Ninja Storm was the eleventh season of the Power Rangers franchise; it ran throughout 2003 for 38 episodes. It is based on the Super Sentai series Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger. The series initially follows Shane Clarke (played by Pua Magasiva), Tori Hanson (Sally Martin) and Waldo “Dustin” Brooks […]

Cult TV Essentials: The Master

Debuting in January 1984 and running for only 13 episodes, The Master cashed in on the Ninjamania that was sweeping film and TV at the time. Created by Michael Sloan, The Master follows American war veteran John Peter McAllister (Lee Van Cleef), who decides to stay and live in […]

Cult TV Essentials: Psychoville

Between the cult classic ‘The League of Gentlemen’ and the critically acclaim of ‘Inside Number 9’ there was ‘Psychoville’. Reece Shearsmith’s and Steve Pemberton’s psychological horror comedy mystery seems almost forgotten now, but it deserves so much more. Just like ‘The League of Gentlemen’ ‘Psychoville’ see’s Shearsmith and […]