The major broadcast networks have announced their Fall TV ’13 primetime schedules, and it’s shaping up to be a very good time to be a TV viewer. Genre fans have plenty to look forward to, including superheroes, vampires, pirates, fairy tales, apocalypses, and cops. Lots of cops. Here are all the new Fall shows you should get excited for now.
X-Men director Bryan Singer is cooking up something kinda groundbreaking: a sprawling, science fiction epic series made for the Internet. Why the Internet? Because it’s about a future where humans are hardwired to the ‘Net.
The second season of HBO’s Game of Thrones is fast approaching, and I bet that you are also on the edge of your seat waiting for it. To get us all worked up even more, we have dubbed this week as Game of Thrones Week – as you may already have noticed with Robin’s Westerosian [...]
How many episodes of Doctor Who have you actually seen? By episodes, I am referring not only to the sixth series, but to every Doctor Who episode dating from the first time the TV show aired. I was introduced to this addictive show only last year, and even now, I have not seen all the [...]
How fares your Game of Thrones addiction? Has it waned after weeks and weeks of no new episodes, or has it gotten even stronger because of your desire to see more? Have you turned to reading the books after discovering this wonderful thing of a story? (I am sure George R.R. Martin is appreciating the [...]
The characters all die. Would you make it if you got dumped in the middle of the Seven Kingdoms? Don’t get me wrong – I love this series, but I have never denied the fact that every reading makes me depressed because all the “good” ones die. Even the “bad” ones with “good” sides die. [...]
HBO’s Game of Thrones is definitely not fit for viewing during the Lent, but I have been putting it off for a while now – well several days – and I figured there’s no better time to watch it than now. I have been raving about George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire [...]
Have you ever heard of M.A.S.K.? No, that was not a typo – it has nothing to do with M*A*S*H. M.A.S.K. stands for Mobile Armored Strike Kommand, and was an animated TV series aired way back in the 80s. It was directed by Japanese studios and produced by a French-American company. M.A.S.K. was influenced by [...]
I’m such a sucker for George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series, and I am definitely one of those waiting eagerly for the April debut of HBO’s TV series based on the book. Normally, I have misgivings about my favorite books being turned into TV series and movies, but with Martin himself being [...]
Did you know that in Canada, they continued showing the final episodes of Caprica last year? There I was, patiently (trying to be patient actually) waiting for months till US TV picked up the series again, only to find out that they had aired the series anyway. In any case, the information comes too late [...]