It’s been a while since a show with such a clear concept came around, and on the CW no less! The 100 has a really strong premise, and the pilot didn’t disappoint (much).
So, to give a quick breakdown of what’s happening here, 100 juvenile prisoners are sent down to earth to see if it’s now viable for life. No one has been back to earth since a nuclear war wiped human life out, and fourteen space stations came together to make the Ark, where the remaining human population lives. They’re quickly running out of oxygen and supplies, so instead of sending some probe to test earth’s radiation levels, they figure it’s all good to just air drop 100 kids down there and see what happens. You might think this is a bit rash, but in a ‘world’ where anyone who commits a crime (of ay kind) is sentenced to death. Continue reading
Wow! This has to be the best episode of the season so far. Not only because it was a great hour of TV, but because it was the kind of TV that ripped your heart and soul out and danced all over them, so that by the time it was up I had no idea what was going through my head.
Tyrese, Carol and the girls were by far the focus of The Grove, and when they stumbled onto that house I knew something bad was going to happen. The Walking dead won’t ever let anyone be truly happy, not for long, and it was obvious the happy family home life wasn’t going to stick around here for the long term, but I had no idea what was about to happen. Continue reading
Turns out Sarah isn’t dead, and Peter’s visits around the facility are not at random. The Peter Army is assembling and there is nothing anyone can do to stop them! With Ilaria coming from the outside, and the inside full of infected people, it’s time to make a decision about how to proceed. Continue reading
Alone was all about decisions and making the right ones. The group is all split up and most of the people who have grown the closest over the last four seasons are split up. They’ve got to make a choice, go off alone and try and find their BFFs/ significant others or stick with the groups they’ve got and hope for the best. There was also a little side story about Bob, and how he came to join the group. Continue reading
Another day goes by in the facility, and so do the trouble and the secrets. After Jules got slammed with the hard truth, it’s hard for her to cope with her own existence. Hatake, being a normal father has been documenting all of his daughter’s accomplishments (awards, etc) but everyone sees it as harassment. Continue reading
Guess I was wrong when I said that we we’re going to spend our episodes following the different pockets of survivors from the prison last week, because Still was all about Daryl and Beth, where they’re at right now, and how much they’ve changed, not just since the prison, but since they left the farm in the first place.
Day 9 inside the facility and still no cure. However, level R is looking rather empty. Most of the vectors have disappeared, and it’s pretty obvious who might have an idea of where they’ve gone. Hiroshi Hatake. Continue reading
A little while back the guys over at The CW announced that a Supernatural spin-off was in the works. While we’ve been dealing with that (there’s been some pretty mixed feedback so far) they’ve also come out and said that it will start as a backdoor pilot, coming in episode 20 of Season 9.
Supernatural: Tribes is going to be set in Chicago, and features (you guessed it) a mixture of young people fighting within the different four monster families that exist. A (once again) young (gotta love The CW) police officer tries his best to shut down all supernatural happenings in Chicago, and comes across the four mafia-esque monster families that are running the city’s underworld. Good luck with that!
Nathaniel Buzolic and Lucien Laviscount have both been cast in the show. Let’s hope Buzolic steps up his game, having been essentially written out of both The Vampire Diaries and The Originals already.
Tune in later this season to get a sneak peak and decide for yourself whether Supernatural: Tribes is worth watching. (Ps. No Winchesters!)
It’s secrets galore at our favourite arctic facility. Hidden stories keep piling up, and with no cure in sight, the place is now a crazy house. Constance Sutton is on full force this episode, asserting her power in what she considers to be her project. The rest of the crew members are at the point where they would rather risk it all than let her continue her reign of terror.
Well oh well, it seems that we have a cheater in the room. Poor Josh, it really hasn’t been the best of times for him recently, and things just keep going from bad to worse. Not just for him, but for everybody else. Continue reading