A year ago when Halt and Catch Fire premiered I eagerly tuned in. A show about the 80s home computer boom sounded interesting and I loved Lee Pace in Wonderfalls and Pushing Daisies. Plus, I don’t watch Mad Men (don’t hate, I can’t watch everything) so any comparisons to AMC’s flagship series, for better or worse, was kind of a moot point for me.
Today, Thursday May 28th marks the start of the 2015 NCAA Women’s College World Series of Softball (WCWS), and you should at some point over the next few days flip over to ESPN and watch some of it, or all of it.
For broadcast television networks the primary 2014-2015 TV season is just about over. So did your favorite shows bid adieu for the summer or are they gone for good?
Another Free Comic Book Day has come and gone and once again I’ve wandered into my local comic book shop thinking about how it might be cool to check out those Buffyverse comics or maybe read something from Marvel since they are slowly pulling me in with the MCU. But alas, I wandered out with my stack of free stuff and a new Funko Pop figurine. (I picked up the Hannibal Wendigo in case you were wondering.)
Calling all TV addicts, if you like DVD featurettes, episode commentaries, show panels, and podcasts like the Nerdist Writers Panel you need to watch the Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show documentary. It’s available now on Netflix.
iZombie, The CW’s newest ‘supernatural’ series premiered on Tuesday March 17th. While you may have heard something about it, it’s understandable if you happened to miss the occasion. After all, Tuesday is a busy night for television and the current TV calendar has more things concluding than beginning. But I recommend adding iZombie to your watch list, or at the very least your DVR.