Tom McGee

“Lethe” is an interesting oddity in Discovery so far, in that it feels the most like a stand-alone episode we’ve seen to date. We get to see some major character growth from Burnham, see more of Sarek’s history, and gain further insight into Lorca’s state of mind, but ultimately the episode feels more like classic […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con Reporters in the San Diego Comic-Con press room were joined by the cast of The CW’s time travelling superhero show Legends of Tomorrow to dissect the craziness that was season two, look forward at what’s to come in the third season, and […]

  Marty Chodorek

The My Entertainment World Podcast is back with an all-new episode dissecting the trailer for the latest instalment of the X-Men film franchise. Coming to theatres on March 3rd, Logan promises to be a low-fi, character-driven solo adventure for Wolverine. It’s also likely to be the last appearance of Hugh Jackman in the role he’s played for […]

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2015. I loved the CW3PR Behind the Music events at Comic-Con this year. The first of the two, featuring composers from shows about Crime, Death and Resurrection, was the only press room where I was also able to attend the panel (my first event […]

  Kelly Bedard

It’s time, once again, for the TV on DVD series featuring new releases from Paramount (not technically limited to TV): Hercules Because the world Definitely needed a version of Hercules starring the Rock and directed by Brett Ratner, of all people. If it were up to me, we would have stopped adapting this myth when Disney […]

  Kelly Bedard

I’ve been watching Girl Meets World faithfully from the moment it began. I will watch Girl Meets World faithfully until the moment it leaves the air (hopefully with a planned goodbye in keeping with its father show*’s all-time-best finale as opposed to an abrupt cancellation). As the bright and blaring Disney Channel spinoff chugs along, […]

  Kelly Bedard

It’s nearly impossible to watch Chicago Fire or Chicago PD without also following the other. The two NBC action-dramas from super-producer Dick Wolf are linked so closely that to use the usual expression that they “exist in the same universe” is like saying that spaghetti and meatballs are both foods. PD began a season and […]

  Kevin Dillon

Welcome to the DC/CW game Barry Allen. For the last two years Arrow has paved the way for bringing a successful small screen adaptation of a super hero. Sure the WB/CW had Smallville, and it was entertaining, but in this new universe creator Greg Berlanti balances the human nature, and the team behind these shows […]

  Elizabeth Ramirez

Tom Stoppard’s brilliant play was part of Theatre@First’s 10th anniversary. This was only the second play I’ve seen by Theatre@First, but so far I’m not impressed (I wasn’t formally reviewing the other production so it can live on in nameless infamy). Now, it’s not the company’s fault that I wasn’t impressed, they did nothing explicitly […]

  Kelly Bedard

Do you remember when Mr. Feeney gave Cory an Incomplete on his “what I will be when I grow up” project because he didn’t think playing center field for the Phillies was a viable plan? Do you remember when Cory chased Topanga to Disney World to tell her how he felt about her? Do you […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

Recently, my media professor said that we were in the “Age of television.” He said the 70’s had the movies, the 90’s had hip-hop and we have TV. Then he said that Friends was the worst television show ever and that’s what I tuned out and don’t know what happened in the rest of the […]

  Kelly Bedard

I’m too young for this. The Garry Marshall property I grew up with was Runaway Bride (and, later, The Princess Diaries) so you’ll excuse me if I have no idea who Joanie and Chachi are. That’s an overstatement of course; as one of those cartoonish people who honestly took a university course called “The History […]

  Kelly Bedard

Two of the best productions currently running on Toronto stages share the unique bond of being ballsy enough to tell a beloved play’s story from a different angle. A practice that’s inescapably commonplace on television and often even in film and literature, the spinoff is far from a regular occurrence in theatre. The most famous one is […]