I can speak only for myself. I don’t know what the appeal of Sons of Anarchy was for anyone else, although I could extrapolate that knowledge from my own thoughts on the subject. Is it wrong to assume that fans of a certain thing share some traits in common? SOA covered seven seasons and 92 […]Read more "Mayans M.C.: Season 2 — a review"
Season 4 of Gilmore Girls is all about transitions. Lorelai has quit her job at the Independence Inn in order to follow her dream of opening the Dragonfly Inn with her friend, the chef Sookie. Throughout much of the season, Lorelai is dealing with the trials and tribulations of getting a new business off […]Read more "Gilmore Girls: Season 4 – a review"
If you asked me today (and I’m going to pretend that you did), I would say that Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is my second-favorite Star Trek series (excluding TOS and the animated series for the moment). And, this silver medal ranking is behind Enterprise, not TNG, as I would have suspected when I […]Read more "|||[Boldly Going]||| Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 3 – a review"
I waited until after the seventh season of Game of Thrones had finished airing before I watched it. True confession time, here. Although I’ve been a fan of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, which began with the 1996 publication of A Game of Thrones, I still haven’t read A Dance […]Read more "Game of Thrones: Season 7 — a review"
Now I’m current on the CW show iZombie. I just finished watching the third season on Netflix, with no further episodes to watch until Season 4 begins. Next year, I’d imagine. This season, only thirteen episodes, was more of what I’ve come to expect from promising-young-surgeon-turned-zombie-medical-examiner Liv Moore and her friends. Murder-of-the-week solved when Liv […]Read more "iZombie: Season 3: a review"
I just watched the first episode of Seth MacFarlane’s new science-fiction comedy The Orville. It wasn’t exactly what I expected. I was expecting a spoof of Star Trek (with perhaps some Star Wars and other science fiction properties thrown into the mix) along the lines of Galaxy Quest or Spaceballs. Or, maybe, something like Hitchhiker’s […]Read more "The Orville: Pilot Episode “Old Wounds”: a review"