Infinite Possibilities // TBS’ Final Space Review

There is a lot of science fiction on air these days. Seriously, us geeks cannot even complain for a second: Zombies, spaceships, time travel, you name it, there's a TV series about it. In all that awesomeness of scifi, one can still feel a bit lost, when there's too much of the same thing. But... Continue Reading →


Why Broad City’s ending is a good thing

This week, we've got the sad news that Broad City's next season, the fifth, will be its last. While we want to scream at our laptop / mobile screen and say "No! Give us endless seasons and movies of Broad City, ASAP!", let's reconsider and think why ending now, is actually a good thing. Taking... Continue Reading →

The Magic of Z Nation // Season 4 Review

TV trends come and go. Ten years ago, vampires were everywhere. The brain-craving Zombies replaced them after a few years, and time travel began its lifecycle last year, with remnants still here and there. Police procedurals, on the other hand, are always on-screen, and always will be. But every now and then, among all the... Continue Reading →

When Music and TV Collide

There are many ways in which music and television meet. Whether it's a show's opening (which are way too short these days, and most of them don't even include music), whether it's the show's general soundtrack that can be heard in the background from time to time (CW uses it a lot in its teen... Continue Reading →

Happily Crazy // Happy! Premiere Review

Integrating a live-action series with cartoon characters was always, "relatively" difficult. From the plot point, of managing to come up with a convincing enough reason to employ the made-up characters, and through the execution, where the interactions between the people and those characters need to be realistic. There were several examples of this technique throughout... Continue Reading →

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