‘Brothers in Arms’ brings Nolan back to the forefront as an old combat veteran buddy of his shows up in Defiance.
Now that there are only two more episodes left of Merlin on SyFy, The Drawing in the Dark sets the stage for the series finale…that aired in Britain on the BBC some 6 months ago.
The Serpents Egg keeps rolling the Defiance story forward and we get a new love angle. But, will it (love that is) last?
Defiance is a show I waited until I had the first 3 episodes on the DVR to watch all at once to determine if I was going to keep watching or not. Well, I’m writing a review about the 4th Episode, ‘A Well Respected Man’ so it seemed to passed the test.
Destined for greatness.
Well, talk about making a comeback. Uther is unleashed from the spirit world, and well, he’s none too happy.
Who knew Knights of the Round Table also made great shirtless miners? Obviously, Morgana did.
I was a good boy. Season 3 ended here in the US and things were gearing up to air Season 4, but on its home channel in Britian, the BBC. Did I pirate? Did I use my English connections to secure advance copies? Perhaps scoured every Wiki or review from Britian as each episode aired? […]
Merlin is back!
Anthony Head, or as you Whedonites know him as Rupert Giles of cult classic TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer fame. Enters his fourth season as Camelot’s monarch Uther Pendragon.
What happens when one of the Writers and Executive Producers who’s worked on every series in the now on hold Stargate Franchise needs something to do? He writes a killer sci-fi comic book. We had a great opportunity to talk with him about his upcoming four issue comic book titled Dark Matter and of course, […]
Fans of Merlin (BBC/SyFy)! Lend me your ears, or..I mean Internet Eyeballs!
The only show I’ll be watching on the SyFy network next year is Merlin, and if you haven’t been watching, now is just as good a time as ever to start!
I know that they want you to pronounce it Sci-Fi, but as long as they keep the Y’s in there, I’m always going to say it See-Fee.
You know, I’ve never read Peter Pan, nor have I ever seen the play based off of the book. I’m a charlatan I know! However, that doesn’t stop me from enjoying the mythos that both Walt Disney and Robin Williams turned me onto when I was just a lad.