In this episode, Fellow TV geek Brandon Walker and I review the last seasons of the superhero shows on The CW, ahead of their Fall 2016 Season Premieres.
Tagged: The CW
Check out the first look of Tyler Hoechlin cast as Superman in ‘Supergirl’ Season 2 debuting on The CW in Fall 2016.
Check out the reveal of Keiynan Lonsdale as Kid Flash in Season 3 of the hit CW show, ‘The Flash’.
Check out why ‘Supergirl’s first season was interesting and filled quite a void in Television prior to its arrival.
I identify the flaws with Season 4 of ‘Arrow’, The CW’s superhero adaptation that spawned many spin offs, in this Review.
My Season 2 Review of ‘The Flash’ discusses the show’s tone, addresses some complaints of others, and hypothesizes where the show may go next.
I try to understand why I liked DC’s ‘Legends Of Tomorrow’ in this Season 1 Review.
Taking a look at all the new and returning shows of Fall 2015. Read on and let me know your most anticipated show of this season.
My thoughts, theories and over all rants about the 1st half of Season 3 of ‘Arrow’.
‘The Flash’ mid season finale Review; my thoughts, theories and questions about the Series so far.
Going against current trends, THE FLASH pilot sets up a season full of potential for a Comic Book hero that is hopeful and optimistic.
Taking a look at the most anticipated tv shows of Fall 2014…
A Review of one of the most influential & successful Superhero TV Series which sets the stage for others to follow.
Season 7 of the long running SUPERNATURAL is just the same ol’ formula repeated over again. This show has peaked, and needs to end ASAP!
Safe to say that creator Eric Kripke’s influence on the TV series SUPERNATURAL seemed have been big as Season 6, without him, turned out to be a massvie crapfest.
t seems the Winchester boys are more responsible for half the shit that goes wrong than they do to save it. And with Hell on Earth (literally) Season 5 of SUPERNATURAL is a mad dash to right all the boys’ fuckups, supposedly for the last time… (riiight)
Highway to Hell. Or in Dean Winchester’s case– from Hell! The opening for Season 4 of SUPERNATURAL sets the tone for the rest of the season…
VAMPIRE DIARIES is one of those shows where the fact that its geared for and is about teenagers, gets in the way of some great universal storytelling that would make the show awesome not just to teens but a wider audience in general.
THE VAMPIRE DIARIES would’ve been a great show for a younger audience for whom TRUE BLOOD might be too gory and graphic and adult… but it’s not. At all.
Season 3 of SUPERNATURAL really develops its own universe, exclusive to the show with a hoarde of supporting characters, recurring storylines and also what I would consider to be the BEST cliffhanger of any series that I’ve seen so far. I mean its BIG… like, hell freezing over big…