It can be a challenge to keep up with everything that’s going on in the world of film and television these days, so what if there was a film & TV newsletter to help out?

The good news is that The Brag is making it easier than ever to stay on top of all the latest and greatest breaking news – amid the rise of streaming services and the battle to keep cinema alive – with a specialised film & TV newsletter!

The Film & TV Observer is here to keep you in the loop with everything related to movies, shows Netflix, and streaming.

So what exactly am I signing myself up for, we hear you ask?

Well recently the film & TV newsletter has covered Amazon picking up a Tiger King series starring Nicholas Cage, SBS declaring it will stop airing South Park after 23 years, and Netflix hiking its Aussie prices

You’ll also get the latest comments from your favourite movie and television stars, like Keanu Reeves recently declaring that The Matrix 4 is set to be an “inspiring love story”, and Chris Evans breaking his silence on those Instagram nudes.

And did you miss Samuel L. Jackson recently announce he’s offering swearing lessons to people who register to vote in the US elections? Well if you were signed up to the Film & TV Observer you’d already know all about it!

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There’s also content for those keen on reviews, feature pieces on why someone hates/loves a show or film, and listicles featuring fun facts about everyone’s favourite TV series.

Some of our big features so far have included the Top 10 characters from the Star Wars prequels, a ranking of the four Wallace & Gromit animated shorts, and 5 A-list celebs who have surprisingly never appeared on The Simpsons.

So if you want to stay up to date with all things TV & Film news, plus plenty of extra digestible features and opinion pieces, chuck your name down for the Film & TV Observer.

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