After all the build up, it’s finally time for WrestleMania 34, coming to you LIVE from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Check out the full match card and our predictions right here, as well as making sure you know who’s holding which title as we go into the Showcase of the Immortals.
You can watch the Kick Off show in full below, right here for FREE and follow all the action and results right here, complete with video highlights and our on-the-spot verdicts. Could WrestleMania 34 compete with another storming NXT TakeOver?
Paul Heyman has a busy time of it at WrestleMania 34.
As well as walking his client Brock Lesnar to the ring, he’s also inducting Goldberg into the WWE Hall of Fame 2018, and hosting his own one-man show An Evening With Paul Heyman in New Orleans.
Digital Spy recently spoke to him about all that (as well grilling him on Hulk Hogan, CM Punk, The Undertaker and more), and while we were on the phone, we also asked Paul’s thoughts on the death (and rebirth) of the pro-wrestling manager.
After stumbling back on to our screens with season 10, The X-Files has hit the ground running with season 11.
The US is four episodes in to what may well be the last ever run of Chris Carter’s paranormal series, with lead actress Gillian Anderson swearing that this is it for her. The UK gets the season premiere tonight (February 5)
So Digital Spy got on the phone with Chris to ask him all about re-opening The X-Files, writing FBI conspiracies in the age of Donald Trump, and what Gillian’s departure means for the future of the show. Here’s what he had to say.
“Pushing through the market square, so many mothers sighing / News had just come over, we had five years left to cry in…”
As well as his more oblique cut-ups and allegories, David Bowie was a pretty efficient storyteller when he wanted to be. His …Ziggy Stardust… opener ‘Five Years’ is one of his best. News hits Earth that the apocalypse is coming in five years. Earth reacts. That’s pretty much it.
For BBC One’s high concept new drama Hard Sun, creator Neil Cross (Luther, Spooks… and it shows) has not only borrowed the track for his closing montage, he’s also pretty much said, “What if ‘Five Years’ but also a gritty, occasionally violent London buddy cop crime thriller”.