We’ve touched upon the latest inclusion to the Marvel Universe of film and television with “Helstrom” when we shared the Official Trailer several weeks ago. You can click the highlighted text to see that if you missed it. Today this series premieres on the Hulu streaming service and as opposed to showcasing this episodically with a week by week presentation, the interested will find the entire run of episodes available now. Let’s review the poster, premise and casting for this one. I was a reader and fan of the original “Son Of Satan” character and am very curious how they deliver him to the masses in this series.
Despite the continuing restrictions and issues surrounding the Coronavirus Pandemic, we’ve been able to keep serving up some entertainment thanks to all of the shows that are returning to either your streaming service of choice or video on demand. Starting today, the third season of “Star Trek: Discovery” will begin episodically showing new chapters which means you cannot binge this one. Well, you can if you wait until its all finished but not otherwise. I’ve discussed the new season before with the Official Trailer and the Opening Scene which you can enjoy by clicking the highlighted text. Now if you subscribe you can enjoy the poster, premise of the season and the casting. I’ll close out with some editorial as well.
The Premise: Beginning roughly ten years before the events of Star Trek: The Original Series, the show sees the Klingon houses become united in a war with the United Federation of Planets that heavily involves the crew of the USS Discovery (NCC-1031). In the second season, after the war has ended, Discovery investigates seven mysterious signals and a strange figure known as the “Red Angel”. This conflict ends with the Discovery travelling to the 32nd century, more than 900 years into their future. Continue reading Now Streaming: “Star Trek: Discovery” on CBS All Access (10/15/2020)→
We’ve talked about the AMC Studios original series “Fear The Walking Dead” quite a few times and as you know this is of course a spinoff of the mega-popular “The Walking Dead” series. The show begins its 6th season tonight and our previous posts included “A Look Inside” the season (discussed HERE) and a “opening segment” clip (shown HERE). Check your local listings or your providers app on your mobile so you can tune in or record it and as a reminder here is the poster, the premise and much of the casting.
Hey Fiends, I am back with a little bit more about the upcoming season of “Fear The Walking Dead” which will air in the coming days. As you might already know, the final episode of the most recent season of ”The Walking Dead” aired just a couple of days ago and it was followed by second spinoff “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” and I’ve been so hectic with workaday things that I need to sit down and absorb them before any spoilers ruin it for me. My previous post was “A Look Inside” the Season so click HERE for that and then enjoy the opening minutes of the upcoming season.
Since I hit the nail on the proverbial head, I will repeat part of what I said in the Extended Opening post from a few weeks ago. As fans of the series “The Walking Dead” know, the final episode for the season was supposed to air this past April, but as you also know the world became a very different place in the beginning of March and many shows and films were put on hold for the duration. Tonight, we see the final outcome against The Whisperers and since I don’t have a Season 10 recap to share with you I will just leave the one from Season 9. It’s my hope that you were tuning in before the pandemic took over the news along with the politics as it was a brutally thrilling bunch of episodes.
Season 9 Recap: Eighteen months after Negan’s downfall, Rick proposes building a bridge to ease trading, but this leads to more resentment. Rick is seemingly killed when he destroys the bridge to prevent an invasion of walkers. Six years later, his absence triggers discourse between the communities, and a new walker-controlling threat named the Whisperers demand the survivors do not trespass their territory. Their leader, Alpha, has acquired a large horde of walkers that she will unleash if they do so. After her daughter Lydia abandons her mother’s group for the Kingdom’s, Alpha disowns her and massacres many residents during a fair. Continue reading Tonight: “The Walking Dead” on AMC (10/4/2020)→