Sneaky Pete, Season Two: Should You Be Watching?

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Sneaky Pete originated back in 2015 as part of Amazon’s Let’s Launch Some Television Shows and See What Sticks program.  Okay, maybe that wasn’t the exact name, but you get the idea.  Anyway, Sneaky Pete made the cut and Amazon released the first season of the show, in toto, on January 13 of last year.  Season two boots up this week. Considering there are currently somewhere in the neighborhood of 25,324 television shows on cable, Netflix,

Do You Love Black Mirror? Why Not Enter the Twilight Zone?

Do You Love Black Mirror?  Why Not Enter the Twilight Zone? A few friends of mine recommended Black Mirror to me a month or so back.  There’s so much available to watch, that it’s been tough to get to it, but I have managed to watch a few episodes.  It’s a decent enough show, but I probably need a slightly larger sample size to give it the ol’ Commodus thumbs up or thumbs down. However, one thing

Amazon to Adapt J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings for Television

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Amazon to Adapt J.R.R. Tolkien’s Globally Renowned Fantasy Novels, The Lord of the Rings, for Television with a Multi Season Production Commitment Television adaptation, exploring new storylines preceding J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring, slated to debut exclusively on Prime Video   Amazon today announced it has acquired the global television rights to The Lord of the Rings, based on the celebrated fantasy novels by J.R.R. Tolkien, with a multi-season commitment. The upcoming Amazon Prime Original will

The “Teen Wolf” Farewell Season

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Big things are happening at San Diego Comic Con 2016 (SDCC 2016). As of July 21, MTV announced to a room of over four thousand fans that all good things must come to an end. “Teen Wolf” will conclude with its sixth and final season premiering in November. The series will end with a 20-episode season, and it's 100th episode as its final episode in 2017. “‘Teen Wolf' has been an extraordinary journey, one that captured the hearts and imaginations

Top 11 TV Premiere Spoilers

The Walking Dead kills off Daryl, and fan riots are so violent that the Zombie Apocalypse of the show seems tame. Gotham introduces characters that will eventually become Egghead, the Bookworm, and Louie the Lilac. The Muppets let slip that Kermit is actually a toad who self-identifies as a frog. Sleepy Hollow incorporates more of the Washington Irving universe by introducing Rip Van Winkle. Supergirl - She can fly, is super strong, and is invulnerable to all harm, but

Top 11 things we will see in the next two seasons of The Simpsons

The Simpsons were just renewed for their 27 and 28th seasons. What shenanigans will they get into next? 11. Chief Wiggum becomes a vocal anti-vaxxer, until Ralph gets whooping cough. 10. The parasite that Homer brought from space finally gestates and begins taking over the earth, but is defeated when Lisa discovers that it is a yummy vegetarian food source.   9. Special guest Kim Kardashian is upset to discover that Homer's ass is bigger than hers, starts a

Top 11 Reboots of Childhood TV

The fondly-remembered 70s live action show "Electra Woman and DynaGirl" is getting a reboot.  This opens up the airwaves for an invasion of newly-reimagined live action kid shows... 11. Land of the Lost - A plane crashes on an uncharted island, populated with dinosaurs, sleestaks, and a mysterious hatch... 10. David Lynch's Lidsville - Good news, Inspector Chapeau, the gum on your hat band is coming back into style. 9. Sigmund & the Sea Monsters - In this

Top 11 Television Crossovers

The highly anticipated Simpsons/Family Guy crossover premiered last month, to mixed reviews. However, this high profile crossover overshadowed several other TV crossovers from over the years...   11. Ren and Stimpy meet Itchy and Scratchy - An episode so gross that even TV wouldn't show it, and they aired a reality show about siamese twins.   10. Sleepy Hollow/QVC - Ichabod Crane discovers Internet porn, and must sell off all of his vintage 18th century wardrobe and artifacts to

Top 11 TV Shows You Won’t See This Fall

The Fall TV season is dominated by shows based on comic books or zombies, with at least two shows whose origins are in comic books about zombies. However, there are still a few shows that slipped through the cracks...   11. Arkham Reunion - 30 years in the future, a group of former Batman villains return to where they were incarcerated and reminisce about the good old days.   10. Rip van Winkle - Since Sleepy Hollow did so

11 More Unnecessary TV Series Reboots

NBC has announced that it is rebooting the show "Heroes" with a new miniseries. That sounds like a really bad idea, but here are 11 potential reboots that are much worse. 11. The X-Files - FBI agents Scully & Mulder cross America investigating the paranormal, joined by a wacky talking dog named Scooby 10. Janeway's Island - Seven crew members of the starship Voyager are stranded on an uncharted planet after a tragedy befalls what should have