SyFy is celebrating this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego with a one-hour talk show this week. The premiere featured Alan Tudyk and a “Arrested Development” reunion.
CBS unveiled its 2015-2016 primetime lineup, featuring seven new shows and 22 returning series.
We talk Galavant, Sleepy Hollow, Gotham, NCIS, Agent Carter, Person of Interest, Empire, Archer, & Parenthood.
Pith & Mash is a weekly recap where I, rather pithily, take the pith of all the Whedonopolis posts during the week and mash them down into one short and sweet post so that you don’t miss a thing. I pith, and then I mash. Why, yes. Pith can be used as both a noun and a verb, that’s why I like it! Read more about Pith & Mash Weekly – Sept. 15-21 …
“Comic Patrol” is a regular feature pointing out articles, previews, and tidbits relating to the Whedon comic-verse!
I wanted to do a show about people who are not ‘super,’ just working-class people, the people history steps on.
–Joss Whedon on Firefly
Does that mean Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is the opposite of Firefly? These guys may not be super, but no one can step on them…except maybe the number one show on TV, NCIS. Read more about S.H.I.E.L.D. vs. NCIS: Tuesday Night Battle …
We talk Dr Who, Boardwalk Empire, Castle, Revolution, Warehouse 13, NCIS, Vegas, Go On, Modern Family, Big Bang Theory, Person of Interest, Elementary, Grimm and Fringe.
Join us for this lightening round of TV Campfire where we discuss new and returning shows including Eureka, Alphas, 2 Broke Girls, Castle, Hawaii 5-0, Glee, NCIS, Unforgettable, Ringer, Parenthood, Modern Family, Big Bang Theory, Community, The Office, Person of Interest, Prime Suspect, Vampire Diaries, Secret Circle, Fringe, Supernatural and Doctor Who.