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20th Century FOX Television

The Passage Opens Up the Vampire Apocalypse

Survival horror mode was fully engaged in The Passage with the two-hour season finale, “Stay in the Light/Last Lesson.” The closing moments of the first season opened up a whole new world for the show, as a 97-year time jump… Continue Reading →

Die or Become Immortal: Life Lessons on The Passage

Life isn’t fair. Choices can be difficult and sometimes they can have life-or-death consequences. This is where The Passage has led, as the season finale arrives this week.

Killing ‘Em Softly: Big Changes Are in Store for The Gifted

After the season finale of The Gifted aired last night, there was plenty of carnage and many more questions remain about the Mutant Revolution. As the show’s future is currently uncertain, it’s time to look back at what happened, look… Continue Reading →

Is a Legion-Gifted Crossover Remotely Possible?

As more and more mutants seem to get killed off this season on The Gifted, one question gets constantly asked: Is a Legion–Gifted crossover remotely possible?

Ringing in the New Year With The Gifted

Per Matt Who would have thought the best way to ring in the new year was with those talented mutants of The Gifted?

The Gifted Delivers Intriguing New (Mutants) Scenarios

It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day for The Gifted. More than just a baby was delivered in the second season premiere of the TV show.

Get Your Act Together, American Horror Story!

American Horror Story Season 8 started with a bang. Opening up like a good Zombie film with the world quickly dissolving around everyone, the first episode was a fun watch. Unfortunately, most Zombie films end on much less of a… Continue Reading →

Musings of Watching 48 Hours of The X-Files

Per Matt Mulder. Scully. Episodes from the Good Old Days, even better than you remember them. Somehow, by accident, I found 48 Hours of The X-Files airing on BBC America and my mind started to wander to what could have been… Continue Reading →

Getting Ghosted

I’ll be the first one to admit it: Initially, I really didn’t understand the concept of Ghosted. And I’m still not exactly sure if the format works, overall, but now that I’m hooked, I’m finally getting it.

636 is a Record-Breaking Number for The Simpsons

With its 636th episode, The Simpsons set the record for being the prime-time scripted series that produced the most episodes in television history, surpassing the 1955-75 CBS Western Gunsmoke, which aired 635 episodes. Now the animated show is absolutely the longest-running primetime… Continue Reading →

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