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Review: SUCCESSION Episode Eight And Nine Is When The Stewie Hits...

A couple of things became crystal clear after last night's episode of Succession. For starters, don't miss an episode because it puts you way behind (I was at the beach last week with my family). More importantly, a war is brewing inside the Roy family, and stakes are only everything Logan (Brian Cox) worked so hard to build.
Castle Rock

Review: CASTLE ROCK A Slow Burning Deliciously Twisted Series Fans Will...

Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason’s Castle Rock (which makes it debut July 25th on Hulu) takes a slow yet deliberate approach to universe building without sacrificing storytelling or character development.

Batwoman Television Series Is Searching For A Leading Actress

Stop the presses, the news is official!The CW Network is developing a Batwoman tv series. As of now, they're looking for a leading lady...

Review: SUCCESSION Episode Six Was Quite The Bloodbath

Last night's episode of Succession was deftly constructed from the writing, blocking, and even the pacing resulting in an entertaining yet pivotal sixth episode.

A Void Of Pop Culture Is Forming And Only The Supercon...

Another year, another great convention -- Superon -- will open its doors in Florida. Not only is Supercon another great convention, but it is...

SACHA BARON COHEN Is Coming To Showtime In A New Comedic...

Variety is reporting that Sacha Baron Cohen is in talks with Showtime to launch a brand new comedic interview show.

Review: SUCCESSION Episode Four Had The Vultures Closing In

Succession's fourth episode didn't nearly have the lewd and outrageous behavior seen last week. Writer Anna Jordan shrewdly crafted a narrative which emphasized subtlety and nuances resulting in exposing just enough of individual characters so the audience could see what their intentions were leaving viewers fascinated by what is to come next week

MTV Relaunches MTV Studios With DARIA and AEON FLUX Reboots On...

MTV appears to be going back to its roots by announcing the relaunch of MTV Studios in attempt to recapture the magic of some their more popular programming.
The Affair

Review: THE AFFAIR Begins Season Four By Examining The Aftermath

The Affair made its much-anticipated return Sunday night showcasing strong performances and an intriguing storyline focused on how individuals heal.

Review: SUCCESSION Episode Two Was Not What It Seemed

While the first episode of Succession was extremely effective in setting the series up for success, this weeks episode felt like the polar opposite.

Review: SUCCESSION Episode One Disfunction With A Dash Of Greed

The chemistry between the cast and a compelling narrative have setup HBO's newest drama Succession up for long-term success. 
The Expanse

‘The Expanse’ Possibly Saved From Cancellation By Amazon

Just ten days after SyFy cancelled the critically acclaimed series The Expanse, it looks like the show will be saved by Amazon.More - The Expanse Season 3,...
Lord Of The Rings

Reaction: ‘Lord Of The Rings’ Series Will Follow Young Aragorn

In the latest episode of Kieran's Movie Space, I discuss the news/rumour that Amazon's upcoming Lord Of The Rings series will follow a young Aragorn. Is...

Review: ROSEANNE Highlights The Complexities Of Life

In this era of rehashed material and regurgitated plot lines, the reboot of Roseanne (which starts tonight on ABC) proves some shows get better with age. Back when the show debut in 1987, Roseanne quickly set itself apart from anything on television by giving the world a glimpse of middle-class America. Instead of the stereotypical female leads, Roseanne was a brash mother/wife who would let anyone have it who wasn’t pulling their weight around the house. The success of this show paved the way for writers to develop a new type of female lead (ex. The Middle and Married With Children).
Street Fighter

‘Street Fighter’ Television Series Coming from eOne Entertainment and ‘Assassin’s Fist’...

The wildly popular video game franchise Street Fighter has a brand-new adaptation on the way. Deadline reports that a brand-new version of the the Street...
Jessica Jones

Spoiler Review: Season 2 Of JESSICA JONES Has Too Many...

A week has passed since the release of season two of Jessica Jones on Netflix.  Last week's spoiler-free review discussed its structure.  Now let's discuss in full detail...

Review: Netflix’s JESSICA JONES Season 2 – Krysten Ritter Soars

Krysten Ritter gets the second season of Jessica Jones off to a roaring start and reminds fans why she is one of the best casting decisions Marvel has ever made.
Lost In Space

Netflix Drops The First ‘Lost In Space’ Reboot Trailer

Other than a few casting announcements, we've not heard much about Netflix' reboot of Lost In Space...until now.Also Read - ‘Netflix’ prepares to get ‘Lost in...
dominic lewis-duck tales-composer


The soundscapes behind Duck Tales, The Man In The High Castle and the upcoming Peter Rabbit film all come from the mind of Dominic Lewis....

Check Out Danny Devito In M&M’s 2018 SUPER BOWL COMMERCIAL

One of the biggest draws during the Super Bowl isn't just who is performing during the halftime show; it's the great ads. Every year...

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