Sometimes you just want to watch something with spaceships. That’s how I felt a few weeks ago when I decided to start watching the AppleTV+ series ‘For All Mankind’.
There are currently three sitcoms available on Peacock that brought over the 30 Rock/Office/Parks And Rec pedigree with them – mainly by employing a number of creative team members from those shows.
Many shows that start out strong allow themselves to stagnate in the mire of status quo. Considering how much content is demanding our attention from networks and streamers in this modern Darwinist landscape of television, Stranger Things and Barry have wisely evolved to survive.
I can’t say for sure that I created the term “Uht-Head” but I haven’t heard it before, so I’ll stake a claim to it until proven otherwise.
If you have eight hours to spare, and you want to watch justice being served with flying fists and hot lead, then go check out Reacher.
Like many other people, I binged all of the new season of Cobra Kai on Netflix over the span of three or four days. Consider this my season review, though I’ll be writing it by ranking the journeys of the primary characters over the course of latest 10 episodes.
Bray Wyatt (real name Windham Rotunda) was recently released from his WWE contract. This sort of thing happens all the time in the pro wrestling… Continue reading Unlucky 7: The Most Notable Times WWE Failed Bray Wyatt
It would appear that Kang (or Kangs) is/are the new Big Bad for MCU Phase 4. So, where do we go from here? Let’s take a look at what has officially been announced and try to piece together how Phase 4 will play out the challenge of Kang The Conqueror.
On its broadest level, Loki was about getting the character to a point where he would have been had he not gotten killed by Thanos in Infinity War in a very underwhelming fashion. Since this Loki jumped timelines directly from the invasion of New York at the end of the first Avengers movie, that seemed to be a lot to ask