Tag Archive: tv

Star Trek TNG Greatest Episodes

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While the five year mission of the USS Enterprise ended up originally lasting only three years, a rabid fanbase carried the franchise in popularity through a series of motion pictures long after Star… Continue reading

Daredevil Onscreen

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Protecting the people of Hell’s Kitchen since 1964, the Man Without Fear has been a consistent part of the Marvel Universe. While he is not seen as a heavyhitter on the level of… Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Characters RTD Should Bring Back

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As the internationally famous Doctor Who approaches its milestone 60th year anniversary fans have a new showrunner on the horizon to look forward to and it is a familiar face, Russell T. Davies/… Continue reading

Best Live Action Superhero Shows

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While superheroes currently dominate the big screen, those in capes and masks have also held a strong presence on the small screen as well. While there are countless fantastic animated superhero shows, the… Continue reading

TV and the Rural Purge

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It was the 1970’s and it was clear in this new decade America was changing forever. Inevitably this meant that the entertainment they sought was also changing with the national mood and providers… Continue reading

How Disney Ruined ‘Doug’

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In 1991, when the TV network Nickelodeon debuted it’s trio of cartoons they dubbed Nicktoons to further their powerful grasp on programming for kids. Among this original three were Rugrats, which would become… Continue reading

My Favorite TV Shows of 2021

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Though I did not have as much free time to watch TV as I did last year, but there were still plenty of shows I caught that I absolutely loved. For this list,… Continue reading

Podcast Review: ‘The Plot Thickens’ Season 3

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The word “icon” is thrown around a lot in entertainment, but there is no denying that actress/producer/comedian Lucille Ball is an icon of pop culture through and through. Even as a child in… Continue reading

The Top 10 Scariest MCU Moments

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The MCU is hardly known for its moments of dread or horror…but I’m feeling lazy so here’s a quick list. Happy Spoopy Season! DISMEMBERMENT IN THE LIBRARY Kaecilius is not the most talked… Continue reading

Halloween Review: ‘Dark Night of the Scarecrow’

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A few nights before Halloween of 1981, the television network CBS decided to cash in on the season with a made for TV movie directed by the novelist Frank De Felitta. No doubt… Continue reading