"It pains me to say it but you are a good poster." - Vonq
Dexter is back in business and that new sci-fi series Terra Nova ain´t that bad.. Timetravel plot gimmick is a bit weak and the whole wibe Avatar-esque but all and all it aint the shittiest of sci-fi shows out there. The pilot episode and it´s over populated Earth was pretty cool, not at the blade runner level but it had it´s moments.
This is definitely going to be House's final season. They've introduced an adorkable asian assistant, they're going to have 13 leave because she'll suddenly not agree with House's ethics, and Foreman is the new Dean of Medicine instead of Wilson.
?"eve's a bad mmo, really bad, it's only saving grace is the people playing it, which i guess doesn't say great things about the people playing other MMOs"
Dear god Allen Gregory is terrible. It tries to use pretentiousness as a medium for comedy.
Only problem is its not anywhere near funny... its just pretentious.
NBC took Community off their mid-season lineup!!
What's that mean
That they wont be airing it is my guess.
I don't know what the mid-season is. Plus, Community already started, so I just don't get it.
Everyone, it was pretty fun.
~~~~GIMMIE +REP+ GIMMIE~~~~
Has anyone been keeping up with Terra Nova? I'm stoked for the season finale this Monday, though I fear it will also be the series finale. ))):
Most reviews of the show I have seen are quite negative, mostly due to very one-dimensional characters, cheesy dialogue, the fact that nobody even semi-important dies, and sketchy science. I, however, have enjoyed the show quite a bit. vOv
Something about Terra Nova makes it watchable. We've been watching too. Definitely has it's cheesy moments though.
Terra Nova finale was really good! I feel as if the writers finally decided that the show needed to be grittier and less childish. I, for one, appreciated the change (andI also think it was still tame enough to show children). The parts that really struck me as awesome were:
They finally kill a dinosaur! I still find it kinda odd how the guy took down a Brontosaurus with one rifle headshot, whereas the T-Rex in the pilot barely flinched at a .50 cal turret.
Wash gets executed! I like her, but it was about time to kill off a character.
T-Rex eats people! Again, people finally die.
Shannon gets tortured!
It is implied that Skye has sex with Lucas. (What a lucky dog!)
And so on.
Just watched the first episode of the 2nd Season of Archer.
All that need be said is Burt, Fucking, Reynolds.
Huh, that explains why it said episode 4 on the website (and yes I meant Season 3 thank you ) anywhere I can find that three parter?
Fox is cancelling "House" after this season. While I loved the show I feel after 8 seasons it is starting to get a bit redundant.
After much deliberation, the producers ofHouse M.D.have decided that this season of the show, the 8th, should be the last. By April this year they will have completed 177 episodes, which is about 175 more than anyone expected back in 2004.The decision to end the show now, or ever, is a painful one, as it risks putting asunder hundreds of close friendships that have developed over the last eight years – but also because the show itself has been a source of great pride to everyone involved.Since it began, House has aspired to offer a coherent and satisfying world in which everlasting human questions of ethics and emotion, logic and truth, could be examined, played out, and occasionally answered. This sounds like fancy talk, but it really isn’t. House has, in its time, intrigued audiences around the world in vast numbers, and has shown that there is a strong appetite for television drama that relies on more than prettiness or gun play.But now that time is drawing to a close. The producers have always imaginedHouse as an enigmatic creature; he should never be the last one to leave the party. How much better to disappear before the music stops, while there is still some promise and mystique in the air.The producers can never sufficiently express their gratitude to the hundreds of dedicated artists and technicians who have given so generously of their energy and talent to make House the show it has been – and perhaps will continue to be for some time, on one cable network or another. [Note: This line seems to suggest the show might get shopped around, but sources say they were likely referring to syndicated repeats].The makers of House would also like to thank Fox Broadcasting and Universal Television for supporting the show with patience, imagination and large quantities of good taste. The Studio-As-Evil-Adversary is one of the many clichés that House has managed to avoid, and for that the cast and crew are deeply grateful.Lastly, the audience: some have come and some have gone, obviously. This is to be expected in the life of any show. But over the course of the last eight years, the producers of House have felt immensely honored to be the subject of such close attention by an intelligent, discriminating, humane and thoughtful – not to mention numerous – audience. Even the show’s detractors have been flattering in their way. Making the show has felt like a lively and passionate discussion about as many different subjects as could possibly be raised in 177 hours. The devotion and generosity of our viewers has been marvelous to behold.So, finally, everyone at House will bid farewell to the audience and to each other with more than a few tears, but also with a deep feeling of gratitude for the grand adventure they have been privileged to enjoy for the last eight years. If the show lives on somewhere, with somebody, as a fond memory, then that is a precious feat, of which we will always be proud.Everybody Lies.
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season 2 GoT is going to be awesome. i am still struggling to read the latest book in the series though. not through my insufficient american public school education, it just kinda bogs down.
so when people talk about borgia are we talking about http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1582457/
figured as much when i saw jeremy irons as da pope, downloading it now
this show is getting really weird..
The Borgias is indeed awesome. And it's getting awesomer by each episode.
I don't know how many of you are in touch with your feminine side but in case you are I will spoiler the next part.
[spoiler=greys goddamn anatomy]
You're killing off the only interesting character in a sea of bland bullshit emo whine? Not to mention the only woman on the show prettier than that Avery dude. I'm beginning to suspect that that showrunner just likes to see average looking women get it on with impossibly handsome men to feel better about her own ice cream addiction. On the upside there's no longer any need to download that shit in 720p, HAH!
So I need a good TV show to watch. Suggestions please.
the only thing on RIGHT NOW that i'm (reluctantly) watching is Falling Skies. Its pretty awful, but its on.
Breaking Bad is back in July.
Yeah Falling Skies is ok but there is a real absence of good tv right now.
I checked out Homeland (Showtime) recently and after being fully drained of all shits about high-stakes terrorism plots, was gleefully pleased. Claire Danes brings it and I'm a fan of Mandy Patinkin.
Breaking Bad is the big one everyone is looking forward to, I think. It's one of the best shows on TV, next to the Wire, which also gets high praise.
oh hey BB is on in like four minutes~
The latest Newsroom was good. I now have a crush on Olivia Munn.
Homeland is great serious-business watching. Check out Veep while you wait for the next season of In the thick of it.
I just watched the first 2 seasons of Justified, and it was pretty good.
Just bought all 3 seasons of Deadwood, that show is pretty cool too.
If you kill enough of them they stop fighting - Gen. Curtis Lemay
Fear the KKM
Deadwood was awesome, cancelling it was the stupidest fucking thing ever, but apparently Milch was running 2-3 full filming crews up to 20 hours a day and spending money like it was nothing.
HBO also decided to let it go because Milch had another idea about a family of surfers in California, which sounds far more mainstream. That was John From Cincinnati, which was truly awesome but understandably unpopular and cancelled after 13 episodes.
So then Milch did this show called "Luck," which was about horse racing and extremely dense and difficult to get into, even as a fan from the previous two shows. In the end it got cancelled because too many horses were dying during the shooting.
Nolte on the difficulties of getting it made:
The racetrack show "Luck" has been put down, but even before that the show's off-screen creative struggles may have been more interesting than the spare drama that reached the HBO show's meager viewing audience.
How intense was the tug-of-war between show writer David Milch and director Michael Mann, two of Hollywood’s fiercest perfectionist mavericks? "Luck" costar Nick Nolte said there was one afternoon when Milch cracked under deadline pressure and reached for a Louisville Slugger.
"There was a day that David was going to kill Michael," Nolte said during a recent interview. "I guess I shouldn’t talk about this, but I’ve heard it going around so I guess it’s not a secret. It’s absolutely true. Michael hadn’t turned the film in [for an episode] and David was livid. He said to John [Ortiz], who plays the other trainer on the show, ‘I’m going to go down to the editing room and I’m going to kill Michael Mann.’"
Nolte continued: "The look on Milch's face was intense, and John was pretty upset and he says, ‘David, you really don’t want to do that. You don’t have a gun, do you?’ And Milch tells him, ‘No, I don’t have a gun but I have a baseball bat and I’m going to kill him. If I’m not back in a few hours, get my lawyers on the phone.’ John was beside himself."
What happened next?
"An hour and a half later, Milch comes back and John asks him what happened," Nolte said. "Milch says something like, ‘I went down there and kicked in the door and Mann was there hunched over the Avid [editing console] and he looked back at me and then he just kept working.’ Milch stood there for something like 15 minutes and Mann kept looking back every minute or two but he also kept working. And finally I guess Milch realized that Mann was working as fast as he could."
The actor said he later confirmed the incident with Milch and Mann and others on the "Luck" team. Nolte, who is no stranger to bare-knuckle, raw-behavior moments, shrugged it all off as just a bad day on "Luck" — and, he added, everyone was fortunate it wasn't worse.
"If Michael had been sitting there eating a sandwich when Milch kicked in the door, well, it could have been bad," Nolte said with a raspy laugh.
I miss Deadwood something fierce. The language was fucking incredible.
Also, whatever your feelings about True Blood/Vampires may be, it was at least produced by Alan Ball, the guy behind Six Feet Under, which was easily one of the best shows ever put on television. Anyway, it was at least entertaining for a couple of seasons, but the last 2-3 have sorta sucked, and apparently it's because Ball has mentally, and then physically, moved on to another project that should be coming out next year. I can't wait.
Hunter is even better then I remembered. Gonna watch the rest.
Goddamn. Newsroom is awesome.