Matthew arrived in Cambodia in May 2003, and “for some reason, within 24 hours, I had a feeling for this country; something inside my brain told me I need to be in this country.”
Critically acclaimed phenomenon House of Cards first aired on Netflix in 2013 and was one of Netflix’s first binge watch shows. It is now going into its sixth and final season with some real life drama to boot towards the show’s infamy.
In November 2018, UNESCO inscribed Lakhon Khol Wat Svay Andet, a form of Khmer masked drama dance, into its List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding.
It has survived three US presidents – George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump – and it endeavours to carry on until the next new (hopefully, fingers crossed) US president.
The “why” of the story cultivates much deeper questions on the whole context of Julian’s reasons of committing the crime – questions that will even make you doubt who and why did ‘The Sinner’ sin.
Local television drama fans possibly know Hang Achariya as an emerging actor. But aside from his knack on acting, this young man also has a talent in literature.
Drama series “Pose” and new transgender superhero in “Supergirl” helped boost the number of LGBTQ characters to an all-time high on US television, according to a report released last week that said diversity programming was a crucial bulwark around attempts to undermine gay rights.
A popular British drama will feature an all-female cast and crew, which its producer says is the first time that women have taken over a TV soap both on and off screen.
Homeland first aired on US cable channel Showtime in October 2011 with a storyline based on an American spy thriller developed by Howard Gordon – executive producer of one of my all-time favourite shows The X-Files – and Alex Gansa.
Never has a show become so relevant despite having a storyline taking place decades ago. “The Americans” is a 1980s Cold War drama that hits a little too close to home with the “hot mess” that we now call American politics.
Manhunt: Unabomber, written by Andrew Sodroski, is Discovery Channel’s first television drama. It is an eight-episode series that retells how Ted Kaczynski – more famously known as the Unabomber – was brought to justice.
Since we’ve just celebrated International Women’s Day, I thought of reviewing a show with a strong female portrayal and a screenplay that crosses the border of typical girl power dramas. I found The OA.
The influence of Korean culture around the world, in Asia especially, is massive. People sing and dance to Korean Pop songs, albeit not understanding what the lyrics mean.
To encourage Cambodians to support lakhaon khaol, Khmer Art Reek Sai director and lakhaon khaol performer Hang Phumra urge all local people to attend the “Achievement and Future” event.