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Cancelling Genre Television: The 2019 Edition

While some major television series planned to go out with a major spectacle (The Big Bang Theory and Game of Thrones), other shows weren’t so lucky. In a network-based world filled with fractured demographics and eroding ratings, genre television took… Continue Reading →

Shrouded Glow: Cloak & Dagger in Black & White

Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger has arrived. On… Freeform. Whatever the hell that is. Last week’s two-episode premiere of Cloak & Dagger introduced fans to a comic book duo they’ve likely never heard of till now: Tyrone and Tandy — Cloak… Continue Reading →

Riverdale Makes a Big Splash for CW

The names Archie and Jughead typically symbolize a small-town Americana that is eternally set in the 1950s, but in CW’s sleeper hit, Riverdale, Archie and the gang are reimagined as a present-day masterpiece. As much as I didn’t want to love… Continue Reading →

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets: An Exploration Into Why You Need to See This Movie

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is the beautiful vision of a mature French filmmaker with an almost fifty-year-long love affair with the source material, which began in 1967 and ran for 43 years, comprising a collection of… Continue Reading →

Homecoming Is King

You’re going to read a lot of reviews praising the near-perfection of Spider-Man: Homecoming. It is phenomenal, fun, inspiring, and just what we needed at this stage of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s progression. It is the best Spider-Man film so… Continue Reading →

Legends of Tomorrow: DC’s New Team of Heroes

To everyone’s knowledge, the superhero genre has become a booming staple of on-screen entertainment from the start of the new millennium. Almost every superhero from every publisher has gotten his or her screen time at one point or another, throughout… Continue Reading →

Supergirl

In a race against time to shine the mainstream spotlight on more female superheroes, Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television have teamed up to create Supergirl, the first modern-day TV series featuring a superheroine.

The Flash Returns with Promise

The Flash returned to the CW for its second season promising a return to the fast-paced, over-the-top superhero adventures of the Scarlet Speedster. While most of Season 1 felt like a sprint, the second-season premiere feels like a warm-up lap… Continue Reading →

The Flash: How to Do a Superhero Show Right

Every time Grant Gustin says, “My name is Barry Allen and I’m the fastest man alive,” I get chills. I get goosebumps when I hear the opening voiceover, stirring string music pulsing in the background and the iconic shot of… Continue Reading →

iZombie

Along lurks an undead TV show for the Young Adult crowd, from the “brains” behind Veronica Mars.

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