Well, it’s finally the beginning of fall TV show premieres, and quite frankly not all that much gets me as excites as fall TV premieres. Here’s what I will be watching this week for certain.
In what should come as no surprise to anyone, CBS sent Star Trek back to space dock until May of 2017, citing the need to get it right. Um…….yeah. I guess on that we agree. They need to get it right.
Summer’s over and Grumpy’s back. Star Trek took it’s 50th birthday on the road with Star Trek: Mission NY at the Javitz Center. What’d we get, in regards to the January 2017 release of CBS newest Trek series? Continue reading The Grumpy Geek: Star Trek Discovery
I have to be honest, I’ve sort of lost my way as far as NCIS goes. A loyal watcher for 11 of the 13 years, and then a casual watcher after that. It’s why I don’t do NCIS reviews here at The Geekiverse. After 11 years of Gibbs and company, the show has gotten a tiny bit stale, like all police procedurals do. Is it any wonder that Michael Weatherly, who was there since the very beginning, decided to call it quits? Continue reading NCIS: DiNozzo’s Farewell (SPOILERS)
The website The Wrap is reporting that CBS and Warner Brothers Studios are suddenly in the middle of an epic battle of their own over the future of Supergirl, which just ended its freshman season a couple of weeks ago.
Some spoilers ahead.
The freshman season of CBS’s Supergirl came in for a landing last Monday night (4/18/16) and it certainly had some super things in its first 20 episodes. Continue reading Supergirl Season 1 Review – The Best Superhero Show On TV
It’s been a big couple of weeks for the new small screen incarnation of Star Trek that has been announced by CBS. The minute I heard it, I, of course, giddy like a school kid. In case it isn’t evident, I am a bigger Trek fan than Star Wars, so having a regular series on TV again is a big deal for me. Even though I didn’t love every TV series (never really fell hard for Deep Space Nine or Enterprise) it was always nice to know they were there.
As February comes to a close and with it the end of the February Nielson sweeps, we are also coming to the end of a few TV shows for the year. I spend my TV time on superhero and sci fi TV. I wish I had more time. There are some great shows I am missing. Here’s what I am watching and what you can expect this week……..there are some minor spoilers here. Continue reading Geek on TV This Week
When I heard that Howard Wolowitz would be throwing out the first pitch at a Los Angeles Angels baseball game, my interest piqued as I dreamed of the possibilities the show’s direction could take. A puny little Howard throwing that pitch? Genius. Continue reading The Big Bang Theory: The First Pitch Insufficiency Review