When science fiction and life meet No spoilers Tales from the Loop is an Amazon Prime series based on Simon Stålenhag’s art book of the same name. Although the book is set in Sweden, the […]
The second part of Disenchantment leaves us optimistically hopeful about Matt Groening’s new animated series streaming on Netflix. Although, the first part of the season was slow and the humor was lackluster, leaving many episodes quite dull, it did pick up the pace towards the end.
From the creator of The Simpsons and Futurama comes an all-new animated Netflix series. But hold your horses, because this series is still in some rough territory.
The Boys takes the superhero genre and turns it on its head. The series is an adaptation of a comic book series of the same name, created by Garth Ennis and co-created by Darick Robertson.
Final Space is a TBS series and can be described as a space opera comedy-drama. There are many things that suggest that Final Space has the potential to be one of the greats despite some of the negative criticism for the show.
Westworld is the show that HBO is hedging its bets on as the Game of Thrones well starts to dry up. The creators of Westworld are husband-and-wife team Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan (who is the brother of well-known director, Christopher Nolan).
S-Town which refers to “Shittown” is a podcast that took three years to produce. It was marketed to us as an Alabaman murder mystery but takes a turn to become something that is so much more artistic.
American Gods Season 1 is unlike anything we’ve seen on the small screen thus far. The first season of this fantasy series spends a lot of time trying to convince us that Gods (new and old) are real and that they walk among us.
I must confess that I am late to finding this gem of a podcast. After the discovery, I quickly became obsessed and drawn deeply into the story. My only option was to then proceed to binge listen to this podcast.
In a world where comedy series are being milked for all they’re worth even when the storyline is stretched so thin, ‘The Good Place’ provides a refreshing sanctuary from the stale and predictable comedy series we’ve become accustomed to.