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Titans Recap: Episode 103: “Origins”
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 […]
Riverdale Recap: Season 3 Premiere – Chapter Thirty-Six: “Labor Day!”
Season 3 of Riverdale kicked off tonight with business as usual in our favorite little hamlet of weird. A teenager on trial for murder, an escalating gang war, a Heaven’s Gate-like cult, Cheryl vying for best archer on the CW, and a Dungeons and Dragons-esque mystery unfolding are all story points on deck for this […]
NYCC: Titans Stars, Executive Producers Talk Season One’s 12-Episode Origin Story
Titans was a focal point this weekend at 2018 New York Comic-Con, screening Episode’s 1 and 2 on Wednesday evening, receiving a Season 2 pick-up before Season 1 has aired, and producer Geoff John’s spoiling that we will see some version of Slade Wilson/Deathstroke eventually in the series.
NYCC Interview: Titans Star Alan Ritchson Talks Series Tone, Teases Hawk & Dove-Centric Episode
Titans star Alan Ritchson, who plays Hank Hall/Hawk, spoke to TV Source Magazine at New York Comic Con over the weekend, teasing what fans can expect to in the first season, and gave some details on a special Hawk-centric episode that will be the focus of Episode 10.
Titans Review: DC Universe’s First Offering is Dark and Uneven, but Full of Potential
DC Universe’s inaugural foray into scripted television with Titans stumbles initially, but finds its way to come into its own. There will be criticisms of it’s gritty tone, there’ll be those who say it’s “unnecessary” — which may be deserved — but if you tune out the noise, you’ll see Titans could stand as one of DC […]
Two months after announcing a Stargirl series was in development, DC Universe has found their Stargirl in Brec Bassinger (All Night, Bella and the Bulldogs). The title character, also known as Courtney Whitmore, discovers her step-father was once a superhero and together with the Justice Society of America, they fight villains from the past and present.
DC Universe Releases First Official Images of ‘Titans’
With the launch of the DC Universe streaming service today (Batman Day), this means the series premiere of Titans is only a month away! Warner Bros. Television has released images from premiere episode as well as Episode 2, titled “Hawk & Dove”.
Heroes & Villains Fan Fest: The Flash’s Hartley Sawyer on Sue Dibny, Jim Carrey, and Batman
Heroes & Villains Fan Fest brought together stars from Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Gotham this weekend in Edison, New Jersey for a fun event filled with cosplay, art, merchandise, photo and autograph opportunities, as well as panels with the stars of these hit shows. Hartley Sawyer, who plays Ralph Dibny aka Elongated Man on The Flash sat for a […]
Heroes & Villains Fan Fest: The Flash’s Candice Patton on being a role model for young women, Iris breaking barriers
Heroes & Villains Fan Fest brought together stars from Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Gotham this weekend in Edison, New Jersey for a fun event filled with cosplay, art, merchandise, photo and autograph opportunities, as well as panels with the stars of these hit shows. Candice Patton, who plays Iris West-Allen on The […]
Review: Amazon Delivers Strong Characters and Great Drama with Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
Amazon Prime released the first season of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan on Friday, August 31, with a second season in pre-production. The series based on the character made famous in Clancy’s books, has been previously portrayed by Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck and Chris Pine. This time, John Krasinski takes on the role of […]
Yellowstone: The Gritty Dallas Reboot You Didn’t Know You Needed
Earlier this summer, Yellowstone premiered on the Paramount Network with a two-hour season opener. For a new viewer, investing two hours into one episode can seem daunting, but by the end of the second hour, you understand why the audience’s initial introduction to the Dutton’s and their life in Montana needed that time. With sweeping […]