WesterCon 70 SF Tube Talk

Tor.com list of SFF TV and Film Adaptations   Star Trek Discovery¬†– Debuts Sept 24th on CBS, then on CBSAA Marvel’s Inhumans – ABC This Fall     Marvel’ The Defenders ¬†– Netflix   Black Lightning – The CW Ghosted FOX   The Gifted – FOX The Orville – FOX   Midnight, Texas – NBC […]

Discworld UK & WorldCon

Quick update to the blog. Still in the UK with reports on WorldCon and the UK Discworld coming soon. Lee

MiddleMan Mania

This coming Monday night is the debut of the new series, The MiddleMan, on ABC Family at 8 pm ET/PT. It is a series created by Javier Grillo-Marxuach, who has worked on many genre shows over the years including Lost, Charmed, Medium, and The Chronicle. The series is based on the Viper Comics series of […]

In Rememberance of my Father

Ed Whiteside 1925-2008

SciFi Friday is Back with a Vengeance in April

April 4 – Battlestar Galactica April 11 – The Sarah Jane Adventures April 18 – Doctor Who Series 4 (although Donna isn’t in it until April 25th)

SciFi Channel News – Sanctuary, Doctor Who & Sarah Jane

The TV Critics WInter tour is not happening this year due to the strike, but we’re still getting some announcements and press releases. SciFi Channel is in the middle of a string of releases, all of which can be seen at the NBC Universal Media Village’s SciFi page. First up is their press release about […]

Let’s change the future one more time… But still Stay in the past…

Yes, the Terminator franchise is alive and well and on FOX Televsion. However, I realize it starts out in 1999 when few TV shows were broadcast letterboxed, but you’d think for a high profile action TV series in 2008, it would be broadcast in letterbox mode for those of us who don’t have a high […]

The Doctor’s Biggest Audience in 28 Years and a Torchwood Preview to boot!

The Christmas Day broadcast of Doctor Who: Voyage of the Damned was the most view Doctor Who episode in 28 years, averaging 12.2 million viewers and a peak of 13.8 million. This is the highest viewership of a Doctor Who episode since City of Death in 1979 when it was only The BBC and ITV […]

More Christmas Music Videos (or Music Videos in General)

First up is Paul McCartney’s goofy Wonderful Christmastime. Yes, the film quality is that bad and even on the new Rhino collection The McCartney Years, it isn’t much better. Sitting down and watching a lot of the videos on The McCartney Years collection was a lot of fun. From some of the early ones made […]

A Blue Greeting

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