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  1. I know that @Bitgod and I are the only ones watching this show but the other thread got eaten so I figured I'd bring it back. Season 4 was quite strong and I probably wouldn't watch the 5th season without seeing that season first if you're planning to jump in. I know a lot of people were fed up with how formulaic the show was, or whatever, but season 4 broke the mold. That being said every season is a bit different so really it breaks the mold every year. In any case, really looking forward to season 5!
  2. Name some series that nailed the landing when ending their runs, some that didn't quite make it, and some that shit the bed. I'll start off NAILED IT Six Feet Under The Wire Breaking Bad The Shield Mad Men Spartacus DIDN'T QUITE MAKE IT The Sopranos Battlestar Galactica The Office SHIT THE BED Lost Penny Dreadful (Great series but the last couple of episodes damn near ruin the whole series) That's all I got so far... I'll see if I can think of some more.
  3. From Darkhorizons Disney+ Plans A “Willow” Sequel Series Previously Howard says a follow-up would likely follow Elora Danan, the grown-up infant princess whom Jean Marsh’s Queen Bavmorda was trying to destroy, and has now confirmed it will be a continuation. However Warwick Davis’ Willow is returning, Howard saying: “Warwick will be in it. Warwick is so cool and so good and he’s such a good actor that I really hope we get the chance to see the mature Willow in action.” Could be fun if done with love ala "Cobra Kai" and not hate ala... well, you know
  4. May 1st, 1999, Spongebob was introduced to the world.
  5. Woo what a wait that was for season 2. I was afraid with all the turmoil surrounding the show the quality would really drop off but I loved the first episode. I think to the benefit of non book readers they’re continuing to be more clear in the direction of the show which was a little muddled through most of season 1. We’ve got clear motivations and goals now. And the performances across the board for all the Gods is outstanding. Can’t wait for the rest of the season.
  6. Anyone else watching Barry? I thought season 1 was very good, and season 2 is pretty great as well. Last night's episode was amazing. It was this crazy surreal shenanigans that really was the best example of it's particular blend of slapstick dark comedy. Really just an incredibly entertaining episode of television.
  7. https://www.today.com/popculture/all-family-jeffersons-are-returning-tv-one-night-reboot-t152524 Our dearly departed: Your new Archie and Edith for the special: Costanza is thrilled by the Edith selection. And the Jeffersons:
  8. Based on the comic series by Garth Ennis (Preacher). I never read the series, but I'm a fan of Preacher. I'm all in for this.
  9. Fuck this show. Seriously. I haven't been this emotional over a show plot in years. Fucking absolutely gut-wrenching.
  10. Surprised not to see anything up for this yet. First episode was released today and was pretty fun with them racing American Muscle Cars in Detroit. Need to catch up on the past seasons but I might have to do that over the coming weeks
  11. https://variety.com/2019/tv/obituaries-people-news/georgia-engel-dead-dies-mary-tyler-moore-show-georgette-baxter-1203190375/
  12. Just as a heads up to anyone else who was looking forward to this as much as I was: Vulture did an interview with the "President of Entertainment Networks" for AMC, Sarah Barnett. That interview can be found here and contains a few interesting pieces of news about various AMC shows. The news about Better Call Saul is summed up in this article, but the gist of it is that they are delaying the next season until 2020 because Vince Gilligan is tied up with the Breaking Bad movie. It seems like a very reasonable thing to do, IMO; as much as I love binging on a season of BCS in the spring, I'd rather they delay it to ensure the standard level of quality. Also interesting is that they noted that this may be the last season of the show since Breaking Bad was also capped at five seasons and things are quickly catching up to where they were in that show.
  13. This doc has been moving around on the periphery for me. I knew it was out there and that it was about DS9, but didn't look into it too much. Now they have a trailer out, and it's looking amazing. Can't wait until it receives a public release. @Jason @SaysWho?
  14. https://screenrant.com/hbo-michael-jackson-sued-documentary-finding-neverland/#leave-comment
  15. Never watched Community, but noticed the other day that the entire series was on sale on iTunes for 20 bucks so I figured what the heck. I'm midway through the 2nd season already. Loving it. Abed's character is hilarious.
  16. I loved this book 'bigly' so I am hoping this turns out to be great.
  17. Tim Miller (Deadpool) and David Fincher (Fight Club, The Social Network) are officially joining forces to executive produce an adult-oriented animated anthology series for Netflix. Love, Death & Robots will include 18 episodes, animated in different styles and covering a range of genres, from science fiction and fantasy to horror and comedy.
  18. https://www.apple.com/apple-events/ https://www.macrumors.com/2019/03/18/apple-has-wrapped-filming/ they also refreshed the iPad mini, the iPad Air, and iMac line
  19. Anyone catch this "show"? I put show in parenthesis because there are 8 episodes, it's more like a mini-series than anything. I just finished it last night. I would say it's good. It's basically like a political (sort of) thriller taking place in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Basically Kate Beckinsale plays Georgia, a woman who's got nothing left to lose when she sees her husband who supposedly perished in a plane crash on the news. So not only do we uncover the mystery of her husband but also the mystery behind the plane crash. I think it's enjoyable if you can convince yourself that everything she risks seeing her husband for is worth it, like this guy must have been the greatest of all time husband in order to go through this. Though I guess it's up to interpretation. I'd be glad to hear your thoughts on it. It also has Charles Dance in it too if you're into that. Also, if you haven't seen the show I'd skip this trailer (I didn't see it till I finished it )
  20. https://io9.gizmodo.com/the-dark-tower-is-finally-a-go-at-amazon-as-a-new-gunsl-1833467428?utm_medium=sharefromsite&utm_source=gizmodo_copy&utm_campaign=top They have cast Sam Strike, previously known for the TV show "Timeless", as Roland Deschain. He's not exactly what I pictured when I read the books, but I'm open to his interpretation. I'm just happy that it is being made. Hopefully it won't be a turd.
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