I am a fan of DC Universe’s first season of Titans. I posted my proof of this here. I also didn’t mind that the first season ended at eleven episodes instead of the planned twelve, because the news accompanying this revelation was that we were getting a second season. That’s always great news with any […]Read more "Titans: Season 2 Premiere: Ep. 2.1 “Trigon” — a review"
This was the final season of Lucifer that aired on FOX, which cancelled the series soon after the cliffhanger finale. It was picked up by Netflix after this, and has now had a 10-episode Season 4, with a final Season 5 coming in 2020 to wrap up the story of Lucifer Morningstar and his friends […]Read more "Lucifer: Season 3 — a review"
Sometimes, the most difficult thing to do is to follow the rules you’ve set for yourself. I have ground rules for these things. A 10-List has ten entries only. No matter what. It’s not always the “Top 10.” Sometimes it’s the ten most essential items, or the ten things that best represent whatever it is […]Read more "10-List: All-Time Favorite Television Series"
I very nearly washed my hands of this series early during the second season. I’ll explain why, and then let you know why I didn’t. I enjoyed Season 1 of Krypton, which did a deep dive into Superman’s science fiction roots by focusing on Kal-El’s grandfather, Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), beginning at a time before Jor-El, […]Read more "Krypton: Season 2 — a review"
I reviewed the premiere episode of NOS4A2 way back at the beginning of June. It was titled “The Shorter Way,” and it gave the viewer a quick glimpse into what this series was going to be all about. You don’t need me to tell you whether or not this show is something that will appeal […]Read more "NOS4A2: Season 1 — a review"
As Season 8 of Supernatural ended, Metatron (Curtis Armstrong) had committed the ultimate betrayal and expelled all of the angels from Heaven. They all fell to Earth like meteorites, on fire and losing their wings. Castiel (Misha Collins) lost his wings as well, and Metatron stole his angelic grace from him, turning him into a […]Read more "Supernatural: Season 9 — a review"
BoJack Horseman is a cartoon. I don’t know why I feel like I have to qualify what I’m about to say by leading with that statement. It’s a cartoon with anthropomorphized animals in leading roles, such as what we’ve grown accustomed to in kiddie fare since I was a child. Which was a long […]Read more "BoJack Horseman: Season 4 — a review"