Tag Archive: television

A Doctor Who Missed His Appointment With Fame

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2003 marked the 40th anniversary of Doctor Who, an event which came at a time when nobody, least of all most of the BBC, thought it would ever return to television. BBC Worldwide wanted to… Continue reading

Every New Show Is the Same Regardless of Genre

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A couple of years ago the BBC produced a show that would revisit a classic character in a modern context to great acclaim: Sherlock. Along with the classic stories and the perfect casting of… Continue reading

DC Do Or Die: Making A Case For A Question TV Series

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TV has superhero fever and DC is a big part of that. The DC TV universe is expanding. Arrow has spawned a number of spinoffs and helped usher in a new television universe.… Continue reading

TV Characters That Vanished

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Every year thousands of people vanish without a trace, and some of them do it on television. Over the years TV writers write characters off, and rather than giving them a fitting end… Continue reading

The ARGUS Files: Part 5

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So I have been doing this for Arrow, so I thought I would continue doing it for The Flash since it is a direct spinoff. Arrow Season 1 Part 1 and Part 2… Continue reading

Director/Showrunner Wishlist for Marvel Phase 3

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Thor: Ragnarok – Neil Marshall Ragnarok, for all intents and purposes, is he Norse apocalypse. There is a bit more hope since the world will be reborn afterward, but Ragnarok rears its head… Continue reading

10 Characters Who Should Show Up On ‘Arrow’

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I have a lot of strong words for the first season of “Arrow,” much of which isn’t good. I will sum it up: they wasted a lot of potential on teen soap cliches… Continue reading

Marvel/Netflix Wishlist

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Last November, Disney revealed that Marvel and Netflix would partner up to bring some superhero stories to life as TV miniseries. These superheroes include Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage, more… Continue reading

The X-Files Revisited: Season 1 Episodes 4-6

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“Conduit” S1E4 In Iowa, on a campground, a blinding flash of light wakes up a woman in a camper. She goes outside to check on her camping children. Her young son claims his… Continue reading

Retro ‘Doctor Who’ Reviews – Volume 4.2

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The Fourth Doctor is well into the swing of things along with his companions Sarah Jane Smith and Harry Sullivan. Since leaving Earth in the TARDIS they’ve been working alongside the survivors of… Continue reading