On Fire in The Valley: Why Halt and Catch Fire, Is the Strongest of the Nerd Shows

Editor’s note: This post was written by Ohad Mark Stoller of Fueled, the premier agency for iPhone app design and Android app development in New York City. Taking iphone-glued Millennials back three decades, ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ is AMC’s response to the recent TV tech craze.  The period drama features three driven characters, Joe MacMillan (Lee Pace), […]

SyFy to Show Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End as a Miniseries

Science fiction fans, rejoice! It’s finally happening! Source The SyFy channel has announced some time ago that a miniseries rendition of Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End is going to happen. According to Syfy president Dave Howe: As we aggressively develop scripted programming over a diverse creative landscape, we want our content to reflect the greatest […]

When Breaking Bad Meets True Detective

Everyone who saw Breaking Bad from start to finish probably had a grand time seeing the cast again at the Emmys. There was even talk about the show not being truly over, but it’s probably a hoax. I don’t know about you, but continuing the series would just ruin it for me. It’s one of […]

“The Owls are Not What They Seem” and Other Life Lessons From 90’s TV

Editor’s note: This post was written by Lydia Mondy, a part-time freelance blogger and full-time nerd. She grew up in an extremely rural area with four fuzzy television channels from a rickety antenna. She mostly played with sticks. Harry, I’m going to let you in on a little secret… [image source] Despite rampant trash-talk, the […]

4+ Summer TV Shows to Keep You Busy While Waiting for the New TV Season

Is your mom bugging you to go out and enjoy the weather instead of staying indoors and keeping your eyes glued to the TV or computer monitor, as the case may be? Whether she is or not, I am pretty sure that you are missing your favorite TV shows, and you may see summer as […]

Michelle Fairley AKA Catelyn Stark Delivers Awful News About Game of Thrones [SPOILER ALERT]

We know that all we love will die. That’s how George R.R. Martin rolls. But what about the dead that are (were?) supposed to come back to life, albeit in a zombified form? Book readers know that Catelyn Stark, played by actress Michelle Fairley, comes back to play the Game of Thrones in a fashion, […]

What You Need to Know if You’re Planning a TV Show Watching Binge

What’s your favorite TV show? Sherlock? House of Cards? Game of Thrones? It doesn’t really matter much which one it is, for it is certain that at some point, you will want to binge watch. It happens to everyone, and while it is more of a habit for some, especially on weekends, you might want […]

5 TV Shows That Make 2014 Exciting for TV Geeks

Editor’s note: This list was compiled by Kevin Fischer, a freelance writer and contributor for Examiner.com. With a passion for TV, technology, sports, movies and music, Kevin is best considered as entertainment-enthusiast. In addition to keeping up with his favorite programs, teams, gadgets, and celebrities, Kevin enjoys going to concerts and exploring his musical talents. Check […]

Series Briefing and Review: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

  Since I don’t like to judge shows based purely on the Pilot episodes, this review for Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was written after the second episode of the series, ‘0-8-4′ aired. First, a few caveats. I’ve read some Avengers and related comics here and there, but I’m not a hardcore follower of the series or […]

The Psychology of the Breaking Bad Homes

The chances are that you all know how the homes of the Breaking Bad characters. From Jesse’s erstwhile residence (not really, but kinda) slash RV to his aunt’s home where the epic body dissolving incident happened to the White’s home (which had rot at some point) – these homes are linked to their inhabitants somehow. […]