Michele Curran is the newest addition to the TV Source Magazine team! She’s a New Yorker with passionate TV opinion, loves soaps, music, attending broadway and being a masochist for sports. Oh, and she’s #TeamCap. Follow her on Twitter @MimiC1019.
Krypton’s latest installment “Ghost in the Fire” packs the heat!
The Main Man is here! Lobo clashes with Seg & Adam in the best way possible. Seg has “powers”?! Brainiac is where?! Lyta’s gone off the deep end and Jayna is back and more bad-ass than ever!
Season 2 of Syfy’s hit series, Krypton premiered appropriately on DC Comics “Superman Day” with a fast paced, engaging episode that promises the same level of awesome that Season 1 delivered. Kal-El’s grandpa is back and this time he’s stuck in the Phantom Zone while his friends and family are building a resistance to oppose […]
SYFY confirms that it is developing LOBO (WT) with Warner Horizon Scripted Television, starring Emmet Scanlan as the title character. Based on the characters from DC, this spinoff of SYFY’s KRYPTON (which premieres its second season tonight, June 12) tells the story of Lobo, a foul-mouthed, dangerous, irascible, intergalactic bounty hunter. Krypton executive producer Cameron […]
‘Krypton’ Season 1: Own it on Blu-ray and DVD NOW!
Syfy’s Krypton had the advantage of taking something we know — the Superman mythos — and crafting a backstory that has not ever been fully explored. The existence of time travel, multiple timelines, multiple universes, and Phantom Zone’s leaves the canvas wide open for interpretation and Krypton ended it’s first season with mind blowing damage […]
Who knew the grass was greener across the pond? British soap, Hollyoaks has become the perfect cure for the soap cynicism we’ve found ourselves battling with our 4 remaining US daytime dramas. Bold, topical, romantic and with perfectly timed comedic beats, Hollyoaks reigns supreme as our favorite British import. Here are the top 5 reasons […]
Podcast S3 EP 5 Special Edition: Supernatural 300th Episode Tribute
This is a Special Edition of the TV Source Podcast in collaboration with the Hashtag TV Geek Podcast. Michele Curran, staff writer and TV Source Podcaster, joined forces with her podcast, Hashtag TV Geek, to pay tribute to Supernatural and it’s milestone 300th episode!
DC Universe Releases Photos From Titans Season One Finale “Dick Grayson”
It’s season finale time already for DC Universe’s Titans. The superhero drama will air its season finale December 21, 2018, in an episode titled “Dick Grayson”. Check out photos and teasers from the season one finale!
Going into the premiere of Titans, I don’t think any of us expected this season to play out the way it did; taking a long form story approach to assembling the team has allowed Dick Grayson to abandon the Robin mantle and feel comfortable with the path he’s chosen. It has introduced us to characters from […]
Titans Recaps: Jason Todd, Donna Troy, Hank and Dawn! Oh My!
Titans has been a sort of schizophrenic show from the start, introducing Hawk and Dove in Episode 2 and back burning them until Episode 9, making a backdoor pilot for Doom Patrol in episode 4 and now have 3 almost back to back episodes focused on characters that are not currently members of the Titans […]
After last weeks introduction of Jason Todd to the universe, Asylum sees the Titans back together this week to find Rachel’s birth mother. As with every mission so far, this one goes haywire and finds all of our heroes bound and tortured throughout the episode. Kory and Gar continue to get a little short changed […]
SyFy’s Krypton Season 1 Coming to Blu-Ray and DVD this March!
Earlier this year, SyFy debuted Krypton, a 10-episode series from executive producers David S. Goyer (Man of Steel, The Dark Knight Trilogy) and Cameron Welsh (Constantine) telling the origin story of DC’s iconic Superman in a whole new way! The compelling and breathtaking season followed Seg- El, grandfather to Superman, as not one but two […]
Until Episode 4 “Doom Patrol”, the audience hadn’t seen much of Gar Logan while we’ve been getting to know Dick, Rachel, and Kory, but episode 4 introduced us not only to Gar’s backstory and home, but to the family he lives with, otherwise known as the Doom Patrol.
Titans continue to deliver solid episodes and this week’s offering, “Origins” is the best of the lot so far. Besides digging into the mythology of Rachel’s character, the team is finally assembled all in one place, if for only a brief moment.
Riverdale Recap: Chapter Thirty-Eight: “As Above, So Below”
Okay, Riverdale, we have a problem. Riverdale is missing its identity. I get the distinct feeling it just does not have any idea what kind of show it is. It desperately wants to take from its predecessors Beverly Hills 90210, One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl, etc., but also wants to be different, and what happens is this […]
Casting Chair: Five Series We Want Steven R. McQueen to Join
If you know anything about Hollywood, the last name McQueen should ring more than a few bells. Steven R. McQueen is a young actor best known for his role in The CW series, The Vampire Diaries were he portrayed Jeremy Gilbert for six seasons. Born of Hollywood royalty, he is the grandson of the legendary […]
Titans Recap: Season 1 – Episode 2: “Hawk and Dove”
The second episode of Titans introduces us to Dick Grayson’s old friends, Hawk and Dove or Hank Hall and Dawn Granger, respectively. Though this episode is void of Kory Anders and Gar Logan, which is disappointing, it moves the story forward as we discover more about who and/or what is searching for Rachel.
Riverdale Recap: Chapter Thirty-Seven: Fortune and Men’s Eyes
This weeks episode of Riverdale was a divergence of the two major story lines playing out at the beginning of the season; Archie’s tint in the big house and Bughead’s investigation into the Gargoyle King. While this means that our core 4 are separated again (I thought we weren’t doing this), it also provided an […]
Titans Recap: Series Premiere – Episode 1: “Titans”
The pilot episode of DC Universe’s Titans — the service’s highly anticipated first scripted drama — introduces us to three of the main characters in a solid 50-minute premiere. Opening with Rachel Roth dreaming of the murder of Dick Grayson’s parents sets the tone for what’s to come; an emotional look into the psyche of […]