This time of year may not be specifically the start of a new TV season, but with hundreds of channels available and new series ending their runs, summer offers up several new series. Among them, “Dexter,” “Breaking Bad,” “True Blood,” “Under the Dome,” “The Bridge,” and one that I got a sneak peek of – “Ray Donovan.” Check out my review of the pilot, after the jump.
Yes…I know summer is about enjoying the outdoors, soaking up some sun, having bbq’s, drinking on patios, and spending time away from you TV. But don’t forget, you will also need something to do on those rainy days, or when you’re recovering from sun stroke, hangovers, or food poisoning from your neighbour’s bbq. That’s where good TV comes in. This summer’s viewing schedule is full with brand new seasons of some tv fanatic faves, as well as brand new series that are worth checking out, and don’t forget the must-watch final seasons of Dexter and Breaking Bad. Read on for a quick preview of the one’s you’ll definitely need to put in your calendar!
When Andy Burns asked me if I would like to interview Jaime Murray from Defiance, I said “Holy Shtako!” which translates into “Hell yeah!” I’ve been a fan of Jaime Murray since Dexter and have been following her on Warehouse 13 and on Showcase’s Defiance, shown on the Syfy Channel, where Jaime plays Castithan Stahma Tarr, wife of Datak Tarr (Tony Curran), and mother of Alak Tarr (Jesse Rath). Join me and Jaime, after the jump.
Monday nights are looking a lot better for horror lovers like me, especially with A&E’s premiere of the Bates Motel created and written by Anthony Cipriano, directed by Tucker Gates, and produced by Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin. Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) and his mother, Norma Louise Bates (Vera Farmiga) are starting a new life after the death of Norman’s father. They have a motel to run in good old White Pine Bay. But this is not your normal family and this contemporary prequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 Hit Psycho, will allow us to explore why little Norman becomes a cold blooded killer. Meet me after the jump.
We’ve already taken one look at Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained here at Biff Bam Pop!, a few weeks ago by Emily McGuiness, but the flick is still doing well in the theaters, it’s garnered a few Oscar nominations, and folks are still talking about it, so it’s still relevant – why not let that hack Glenn Walker review it? The dirty deed is after the jump.
This week: Happy Endings and Don’t Trust The B in Apt 23 return, Unser and Clay have a confrontation on Sons of Anarchy, The 2012 World Series begins, and Andrea and Michonne meet The Governor on The Walking Dead.
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This Week: Tara comes face to face with Otto on Sons of Anarchy, American Horror Story heads to Briarcliff Manor, and complications arise for Amanda in Revenge.
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Usually when I’m writing about a game based on a movie for Mat Langford’s Gaming World, it’s bad news. Let’s face it…there aren’t many great movie/tv-based games out there. So when I discovered Dexter on the iOS, I wasn’t expecting anything mind-blowing. What I got however, was something completely surprising.