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the cw

The CW Expands To Sundays This Fall

by Peter Paltridgeon February 19, 2018
The CW has needed more than five days to work with for quite some time. They’ve had to shuffle shows around, order shorter seasons, and in some cases move shows into the summer. The network premiered with a Sunday lineup in 2006, but lost it by 2009, mostly due to low ratings on that night. […]

The Flashback Interview: Dee Wallace

by Johnny Capson February 19, 2018
I was born in 1982, and the big movie of that year was E.T The Extra-Terrestrial. It made an impact on me from the first time I saw it, and it’s a movie I’ve often returned to over the years. One of the talents who stood out in that movie was Dee Wallace, who played […]

Arrow Arsenal

Arrow Synopsis Teases Arsenal’s Return

by Todd Blackon February 16, 2018
Arrow’s Season 06 has been about dealing with a group of villains united against Oliver Queen, however, a key part of that storyline has now ended, and it’s leaving many to wonder what’s next. Well, one thing that will happen is the return of several key members of the team, including Roy Harper, aka Arsenal. […]

personal space

See Richard Hatch One Last Time In Personal Space

by Peter Paltridgeon February 16, 2018
A few years back, three screenwriters had the idea to make their own sci-fi space series… but they couldn’t. Sci-fi premises are usually expensive, and anything they put together would be low-budget. Then they got the idea to film the entire series from the perspective of a camera in the ship’s computer… and Personal Space […]

Seeka Out Northbound On Digital Streaming

by Peter Paltridgeon February 15, 2018
Seeka TV, a Minneapolis-based digital platform, has announced their dystopian series Northbound has been renewed for a third season. Filmed entirely in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, the series concerns a lone father, Alex, as he fights to protect his comatose daughter Crystal from apocalyptic horrors.  Northbound was created by Michigan natives/brothers Seth & Nathan Anderson, and […]

Voltron: Legendary Defender

Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 05 Trailer Arrives

by Todd Blackon February 15, 2018
Voltron: Legendary Defender has been one of the best original shows on Netflix, and in a way, it heralded a path for many new shows to arrive, including several animated series that will arrive this year. Arguably just as important though is that the show itself has been growing in scale with each season. Season […]

Constantine

Constantine Will Appear More Than Once On Legends Of Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon February 14, 2018
All is right with the world now that DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is running new episodes again. The series about D-list DC superheroes teaming up to fix time discrepancies (and sometimes create them) is arguably the highlight of The CW’s DC lineup, with its light breezy tone and chemistry between the characters. Let me put […]

rodriguez

Robert Rodriguez Announces Strange Project Even For Him

by Peter Paltridgeon February 14, 2018
You have to give director Robert Rodriguez credit for dipping outside Hollywood norms, and his latest project may be the craziest one yet. He’s working on a new TV series….except it’s not really for television. When is a TV show not a TV show? When it’s meant to be transmitted through VR goggles only. It’s […]

The Punisher

Punisher Season 2 To Film Later This Month

by Todd Blackon February 13, 2018
The Punisher was without a doubt one of the biggest breakout stars from the Marvel/Netflix collaborations. And that’s saying something, as there’s been a lot of great characters in those series. However, Frank Castle, played by Jon Bernthal, was brought in as a side character for Season 02 of Daredevil, then was so beloved by […]

The Flashback Interview: Lisa Wilcox

by Johnny Capson February 13, 2018
2018 marks the 30th anniversary of A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master. Another memorable entry in the franchise, the movie starred Lisa Wilcox as Alice Johnson, who inherits the power to pull people into her dreams from Kristen Parker (played by Tuesday Knight, taking over for Patricia Arquette who played her in […]

Legion Of Doom

Legion Of Doom “Sitcom” Posed To CW Heads

by Todd Blackon February 11, 2018
When Legends Of Tomorrow was brought into the Arrowverse on the CW, it was a very bold move. For unlike Arrow and Flash before it, this was not a team set in the lore of DC Comics. The team was all DC Comics characters to be sure, but no team called the “Legends Of Tomorrow” […]

Walking Dead

There Is No “Immunity” On The Walking Dead

by Todd Blackon February 3, 2018
One of the biggest things a story can do, regardless of its medium, is kill of a character who is important to the story. Now, yes, sometimes that character is a villain, and you can argue they’re supposed to die. But other times, it’s a protagonist, or a supporting character that bites the bullet, and […]