Tag: TV shows
2 future lovers get their time online. First, we have Jessica Jones season 2 hitting Netflix for International Women’s Day. 13 all new episodes all done with female directors, what do we think of the series? You’re just gonna have to click the link to find out now, won’t ya.
We're Back. We're rested so lets talk TV.
Is Bright really the worst TV movie of 2017? Rob Ntropi & Quad C lets you know what's up. WWE will be having the first All-Womens Royal Rumble. Those ladies have come a long way, but will they be able to make it the event of the year? Lets hear what the guys think. Finally Krypton is getting close and we'll tell you just what we think of it.
It's time for Fall TV and the whole gang (yeah, even Matt!) is here to talk about what's new, what's returning, what's good and what sucks in the new season of TV. We compare Star Trek Discovery to The Orville, The Brave to Seal Team, and Inhumans to a half eaten banana. Check it out below.
Another week of Channel Control and we're talking about the new Snatch TV series on Crackle, & the upcoming Castlevania animated series on Netflix. We bought BC a new alarm clock so he was able to show up and talk about Gotham and the CW DC-TV shows. We'll also talk abotu are TV season too long? Our favorite shows of the week and what's being cancelled or renewed.
The TV Upfronts are done, so Matt and Rob sit down to talk about some of teh shows that will be coming to TV this fall. We also get into other shows such as The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, Master of None S2, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt & GLOW.
The second season of Star Wars Rebels wrapped up last night in a powerful finale, so I feel it's a good time to look ahead...and at what comes after. Today I have some new information about the next season of Star Wars Rebels and beyond. Come inside to check it out!
The biggest surprise twist of the recently ended first year of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD was when series regular and (apparently) loyal team member Grant Ward (Brett Dalton) was revealed as a Hydra mole. But was that really part of the agenda all along or was it an extemporaneous plot decision by Joss Whedon and company done as a response to fan criticism and a ratings decline?