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Sony Shutting Down PlayStation Vue on January 30th

October 30, 2019 // 0 Comments

John Kodera, Deputy President of Sony Interactive Entertainment, took to the PlayStation Blog yesterday to announce that PlayStation Vue will shut down on January 30, 2020. Over four years ago, we made a bold decision to change the rules and revolutionize the traditional TV-viewing experience in the U.S. with PlayStation Vue. We set the bar high [...]

Netflix Announces Season 4 of Stranger Things

September 30, 2019 // 0 Comments

Netflix has announced the fourth season of Stranger Things with a teaser trailer that also lets us know “we’re not in Hawkins anymore.” You can check out the teaser below from the Instagram of show Executive Producer/Director Shawn Levy. No date was given for the new season’s launch. View this post on Instagram 🙃 A post [...]

Nash Bridges Is Being Revived For USA Special

July 20, 2019 // 0 Comments

Whoa, finally a nostalgic revival that I can get behind is happening. Word came out yesterday that Nash Bridges is being revived by USA Network and Village Roadshow for a two-hour TV special. The hope here is that the revival will lead to series return of some kind. While Nash originally aired on CBS, it found continued success in syndication on [...]

Felicity Leaving Arrow Before Final Season

March 30, 2019 // 0 Comments

Good news Arrow fans (bad news Olicity Tumblr fans), Emily Bett Rickards, who plays Felicity Smoak, is leaving the show early. When Arrow starts its eighth and final season, it’ll do so without Felicity. The currently ongoing seventh season will be the actresses last. Rickards made the announcement via her Instagram: View this post on [...]

TNT Celebrates Halloween With Supernatural Marathon

October 25, 2018 // 0 Comments

Wednesday is Halloween, and if you’ve got nothing going on then you should plant yourself on a couch and tune into TNT for a good old Supernatural marathon. This all-day marathon, last from 7am to 7pm CT, is bringing the “spooks, chills and thrills” with select episodes from the first four seasons of the hit series. Here’s [...]

Stargate Atlantis – Season Two Review

March 7, 2013 // 0 Comments

It took SG-1 six years, really, before any significant changes were made to the cast when Michael Shanks left the show at the end of season five and was replaced by the Jonas Quinn character. Atlantis started making changes in the second season, and honestly they’d make a change every season thereafter. In a lot of ways, I think it kind of hurt [...]

Stargate Atlantis Season One Review

March 5, 2013 // 0 Comments

Having reviewed all ten seasons of SG-1 and the two SG-1 movies, and taken a break from the franchise, Stargate returns to the Quick Daily Review as we begin to go through the rest of the franchise beginning with the first season of the first spin-off, Atlantis. The “Lost City” was first referenced in the season finale of SG-1’s sixth [...]

Tin Man Review

March 4, 2013 // 0 Comments

Tin Man is the epic miniseries from the SyFy Channel that took Oz to a new level; it’s a modernized retelling of the story and science fiction intended for teens and adults. When this originally aired on SyFy it was a three night event that was six hours long (and that’s including commercial breaks). There are no commercials on this Blu-ray [...]

Spartacus – “Blood Brothers” (3.05) Review

March 1, 2013 // 0 Comments

WARNING: Full spoilers for the episode below. After the brutal actions of Crixus and many of the other rebels last week, tensions are still high between Crixus and Spartacus this week. In fact, Spartacus is now doing things without telling Crixus and who can blame him for not fully trusting the mad Gaul? Meanwhile, Caesar is still in the rebel [...]

Spartacus – “Decimation” (3.04) Review

February 22, 2013 // 0 Comments

WARNING: Full spoilers for the episode below. This week’s episode of Spartacus is definitely the best episode of the season thus far. Things really got out of control, and honestly this episode, more than any other, shows how neither side is particularly good. There are people on both sides who appear honorable and decent, but by large both [...]