I’m coming at you nice and early to share the news that the Netflix Original Series “Lost In Space” has its second season online as you read this and will continue the adventures of the Robinson family. I shared the Final Trailer back in early December and I have to say that it looks really good. Set your mindset to binge watch because after you check out the poster, premise and casting you can get right on down to it.
In the aftermath of an impact event that threatens the survival of humanity, the Robinson family is selected for the 24th mission of the Resolute (24th Colonist Group), an interstellar spacecraft carrying selected families to colonize the Alpha Centauri star system. Before they reach their destination, an alien robot breaches the Resolute’s hull. Forced to evacuate the mothership in short-range Jupiter spacecraft, scores of colonists, among them the Robinsons, crash on a nearby habitable planet. There they must contend with a strange environment and battle their own personal demons as they search for a way back to the Resolute. (c/o Wiki) Continue reading Now Streaming: “Lost In Space” Season 2 on Netflix (12/24/2019)→
The Premise: Six teenagers from different backgrounds unite against a common enemy – their criminal parents, collectively known as the Pride. In the second season, the teenagers are now on the run from their parents, living on their own and figuring out how to stop the Pride. The third season sees Nico Minoru and the other members of the team face off against Morgan le Fay.
The Cast and Characters:
Rhenzy Feliz as Alex Wilder
Lyrica Okano as Nico Minoru
Virginia Gardner as Karolina Dean
Ariela Barer as Gertrude Yorkes
Gregg Sulkin as Chase Stein
Connor Falk portrays a young Chase
Allegra Acosta as Molly Hayes Hernandez
Evelyn Angelos portrays a young Molly
Angel Parker as Catherine Wilder
Ryan Sands as Geoffrey Wilder
Annie Wersching as Leslie Ellerh Dean
Mia Topalian portrays a young Leslie Ellerh
Charlie Townsend portrays her as a toddler.
Kip Pardue as Frank Dean
Ever Carradine as Janet Stein
Sorel Carradine portrays a young Janet
James Marsters as Victor Stein
Tim Pocock portrays a young Victor
Brigid Brannagh as Stacey Yorkes
Kevin Weisman as Dale Yorkes
Brittany Ishibashi as Tina Minoru
James Yaegashi as Robert Minoru
Julian McMahon as Jonah
Ric Sarabia portrayed the character in this state
Elizabeth Hurley as Morgan le Fay
Danielle Campbell as Eiffel
Pat Lentz as Aura
Heather Olt as Frances
DeVaughn Nixon as Darius Davis
Cody Mayo as Vaughn Kaye
Alex Fernandez as Flores
Ozioma Akagha as Tamar Davis
Ajiona Alexus as Livvie
Helen Madelyn Kim as Megan
Myles Bullock as Anthony “AWOL” Wall
Clarissa Thibeaux as Xavin
Olivia Holt as Tandy Bowen/Dagger
Aubrey Joseph as Tyrone Johnson/Cloak
PiercingMetal Thoughts: So there you have it, another Marvel Television show is ending and joining the ranks of the shows before it like “Daredevil”, “Jessica Jones”, “Luke Cage”, “Iron Fist”, “Punisher” and “Cloak and Dagger”. I’d add “The Gifted” and “Legion” but those were not a part of the MCU stuff at the end of the day and yes I know I didn’t include “Defenders” and “Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.” since that last one has a final season coming up as well. Hopefully I will get around to seeing the series but guess that it will be on the just launched Disney+ service as well and there is a special package for that and Hulu so who knows. What about you readers? Have you been watching this series? Did you like it? Will you miss it? Chime in down below in the comments section. See you next time.
It wasn’t too long ago that we shared the long anticipated Full Trailer for “Harley Quinn” which was to be the first brand-new animated series coming to the DC Universe streaming service. Since I want you all to be up to speed please just click HERE to correct any oversight. If you subscribe to the service, please be aware that it has begun streaming as of today and much like the “Titans”, “Doom Patrol” and “Swamp Thing” series that came before it, will broadcast episodically. That means week by week and no binging until it completes. Let’s review some artwork, premise and ensemble voice casting.
It was just over a month ago when we shared what seemed to be the final trailer for the “Watchmen” show that begins its first season tonight on HBO and if you are still a bit in the dark about it just click HERE to get yourself up to speed. The new series makes its debut on the Premium Cable Channel tonight so if you don’t have it you are out of luck. Time to kiss up to a friend with access on their Roku or sign up via your providers. Here is the Official Poster, premise and casting.
Fans of the DC Comics superheroes certainly have their fill of the shows that bring their adventures to life thanks to Batwoman, The Flash, Supergirl, Black Lightning, Legends Of Tomorrow and of course Arrow. Most of these shows have already had their season premieres and tonight it’s all about “Arrow” whose Season 8/Final Season begins tonight on The CW Network. The “Legends Of Tomorrow” will return in the New Year. Take a look down below for some S7 recap, casting and the artwork.
Season 7 Recap: In season seven, five months after Oliver’s imprisonment, Diaz has recruited the Longbow Hunters, consisting of Kodiak (Michael Jonsson), Silencer (Miranda Edwards), and Red Dart (Holly Elissa Dignard) for a new criminal agenda, including seeking revenge on Oliver’s loved ones and allies. After Oliver is released from prison, taking down Diaz in the process, he and the former members of Team Arrow are deputized and begin working alongside the police. Another hooded archer, revealed later to be Oliver’s half-sister, Emiko Queen (Sea Shimooka), emerges as the new Green Arrow, seemingly to fight crime on Oliver’s behalf. However, Emiko is revealed to be the leader of the Ninth Circle, a terrorist group that begins launching several attacks upon Star City, and is seeking to destroy Oliver’s legacy as the Green Arrow. Emiko kills Diaz. The season features flash-forwards twenty years into the future to Oliver’s now adult son William (Ben Lewis) who seeks out Roy Harper on Lian Yu, where they discover instructions left by Felicity leading them back to Star City. They discover more secrets, including Oliver and Felicity’s hidden daughter, Mia (Katherine McNamara), while they work to save the city from another attack. Continue reading Tonight: “Arrow” Season 8 Premiere on The CW (10/15/2019)→