Smallville Season 11: Chaos

March 21, 2015

Smallville was a television series that ran for ten seasons and revolved around a young Clark Kent before he became Superman. I own every single season on DVD and really enjoyed watching it. I had no idea that the story continued in the medium of [Keep Reading]

Life on Mars . . . Perfect Television

April 5, 2014

Life on Mars is a brilliant television series that I have only just discovered. It centres around the character of Sam Tyler, a police officer played by John Simm. In the pilot episode, he gets hit by a car and wakes up thirty years in the past. He [Keep Reading]

Comic Book Television: Phase 3

October 21, 2013

It’s so refreshing to see comic book inspired television hitting the airwaves with quality writing and production. We are now in a third phase of this trend, and I really hope that this one proves to be more effective than the last one. No [Keep Reading]

Once Upon a Time VS Fables

August 9, 2013

I just finished watching Season One of Once Upon a Time. I really had no interest in watching the show, and it’s not because I’m not interested in fairy tales. In fact, just the opposite. I love the idea of exploring these [Keep Reading]

Life Unexpected (Great Television)

September 24, 2012

I always borrow DVDs from the library and I’d seen this one on the shelf several times. I had no idea what the show was about, simply because of the way the library had packaged the DVD set, but something about it called to me. I just [Keep Reading]

Arctic Air Soars

January 30, 2012

I like uniquely Canadian television and that is precisely the reason that I have been enjoying Arctic Air. Arctic Air is an ensemble drama that can be seen Tuesdays at 9:00 on CBC. The show is set in Northern Canada and revolves around a small [Keep Reading]

Not Impressed with Digital TV

September 9, 2011

TV signals switched from analog to digital last week. I thought I was prepared. I bought an antenna capable of picking up both analog and digital signals and have been using it all summer long. It turns out that older televisions, even when equipped [Keep Reading]

Doctor Who: The Mixtape

August 28, 2011

I was inspired to make this mixtape by a meme that was floating around on Tumblr. It was a 30 day challenge and Day 17 asked, “What songs would appear in your Doctor Who mixtape?” I found this great blog post from Janine. She came up [Keep Reading]

We All Need Free TV

August 14, 2011

Television has always been free. All you needed was a television and an antenna. The networks could deliver quality programming by allowing corporate sponsors to advertise on their shows. This quickly turned into commercials. Now, it is standard [Keep Reading]
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