Jane Badler returns to V to re-invent her character Diana for the current series.
In an interview on EW.com Jane talks about her role in the sci-fi show’s reboot. While she’s at it she dishes out enough spoilers in 8 questions that you might not need to watch this season of V. Continue reading →
AMC’s The Walking Dead had a short, but awesome, first season. Plenty of zombie action, with a side of real drama made The Walking Dead one of the best shows on TV. It’s gonna be tough waiting until October 2011, or thereabouts, to see where season 2 picks up. I’m dying to see where our group of survivors will go from here.
It’s time for Season 3.5 of Eureka: Eureka, the town that Global Dynamics built, affectionately called GD in the hamlet peopled by scientific eccentrics and iconoclasts. It’s the town that we love to call home.
Dollhouse is not Buffy. It’s not Buffy, it’s not Angel, it’s not Firefly. It’s definitely not Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog. It’s just not.
My point is this, Dollhouse is its very own self. I enjoyed the second episode, “The Target” even more than I did the first episode. From what I’ve heard about the next several episodes, the show is going to get even better. Honestly, what show doesn’t get better as it goes along, as the characters grow and change and learn to relate to themselves and each other better. That’s what makes us fall in love with a show, makes us look forward to watching each and every week, makes us fans.
Personally, as I’m watching, even from the very beginning, as I watch the beginning credits roll, I get a warm and fuzzy Continue reading →
First of all, let me apologize. I haven’t been around for a while and all I can say is that life got in the way. But so much fun stuff has been happening in the Whedonverse and I just need to share. You’ve probably heard, but in case you haven’t, Joss has a new show, Dollhouse, which just premiered on Friday, February 13 at 9 pm on Fox. Each week, I’m going to be reviewing and/or recapping the eps. If you missed it on Friday, you can still watch the ep on Hulu.
Here is a link to Paul and Storm’s Geek Madness. What, you may ask, is Geek Madness? Well, here’s what their website says, “A 64-competitor single-elimination tournament to determine the first appointee to the new cabinet position of ‘Secretary of Geek Affairs.’” Both Joss Whedon and Felicia Day are winning, but they need your votes! Of course, once it’s Joss vs. Felicia, Joss wins.