Earlier this year, when I was bored, I had a melody in my head and started writing poetry to that tune about some TV shows. I thought I’d share those poems with you now.
The show about a failing business trying to create a market for super hero proof products has been dropped by NBC’s Tuesday night line up and from any night’s line up for that matter. While there’s no official word on its cancellation, that pretty much seems assured.
I ran across some news that fans of the demonic procedural will love. The show has been renewed for a third season by Fox.
A detective walks into a room and confronts a being with a scary smiley face mask and she witnesses it vanish. She then proclaims “Demons don’t exist!”to which Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) retorts, “Well, that’s exactly what it was.” She replies, “That’s impossible. You’re crazy!” And away we go.
Because her father is Kevin Smith and he will be directing said episode and they have a track record together in something called Yoga Hosers which I’m not really sure what that means.
...and I’ll say it again.
Variety is reporting that Marvel’s Agent Carter AND Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD are on the list of ABC’s renewals!
I'm a lifelong fan of both comic book superheroes, and the cartoons that feature them. When I was young we didn't have a television in our home, so I would stay at my grandmother's every Friday night just so I could wake up on Saturday mornings and watch the 90's Spider-Man and The Adventures of Batman and Robin.…
The Twilight Zone is probably the best TV show of all time. You're free to disagree, but you'd be wrong. So why not watch one of the greatest Twilight Zone episodes of all time tonight, "Mr. Dingle, The Strong"? It's a great example of one (often overlooked) feature that made the series so brilliant: Everyone in it…
Marketer 1: "Hey, wait a minute—these people like the same thing and they're splitting into TEAMS over it. What if we pitted people who are passionate about DIFFERENT things against each other?"
Top Masseuse- Win or lose, every episode has a happy ending.
Have you ever watched a TV show or a movie, that showed a distopian future where blimps are suddenly the normal thing and completely common? I've always wondered why that is. Who decided that a different version of our current/future world would have blimps?
I was just looking over some old TV-show themes on Youtube was was reminded just how awesome THIS is.
But which ones should I return to first?
Picture it: You're sick home from school. You watched the morning cartoons like 'The Care Bears' and 'Inspector Gadget.' 'Price is Right' has finished and you don't really watch soaps. But at around 3 pm, something... new comes on. What is this show called Sinbad?
So this interview with Josh Keaton who voiced Hal Jordan on GL: Animated Series supports some of the reports that Young Justice and GL were canceled because they didn't sell toys. This is such bullshit.