Filed under Cancelled TV

An Awesome Firefly Serenity Ornament

For as much as I love TV, I typically try to refrain from collecting collectibles. Besides the numerous DVD sets, I’ve only got a replica Angel puppet doll from “Smile Time” (5×14), a Buffy lego-like character, a couple of TV show posters, and a replica monkey bookend from Wonderfalls. But lately I’ve been on the lookout for … Continue reading

Nerding Out At New York Comic Con

Yesterday morning my friend and I got up super early, hopped on a train bound for the city, and soon thereafter found ourselves immersed into the crazy awesome world that is New York Comic Con. Prior to Saturday I’d only ever attended one day of the Supernova Pop Culture Expo and done a lot of … Continue reading

Happy 15th Anniversary Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer debuted on March 10th 1997, although if you’re reading this post there is a good chance you already know that. Slated as a mid-season replacement for the start-up network, The WB aired the two-part series premier “Welcome to the Hellmouth” and “The Harvest” back to back. My parents caught both episodes … Continue reading

NBC Schedule Drops Community, What Now?

NBC’s been on the receiving end of a lot of questions and criticism for their upcoming mid-season TV schedule; however, this time it’s not because of some new show that looks terrible. Instead, all of the flak is coming from what’s not there – it seems that Community didn’t quite make the grade this time … Continue reading

Smallville: Up Up and Away

After 10 seasons and 217 episodes, Smallville came to an end last night. And all I can say is, “Finally!” When I first began watching the series it was in its third season and I was in high school. A lot’s changed since then, including the quality and/or my tolerance for its terrible dialogue, ridiculous … Continue reading

Coming Soon: Off the Map

If you were to look at a list of all the TV shows I love, or at the very least watch on a regular basis you would be able to pick up on two major trends in my viewership – 1) I have an affinity for medical shows of all kinds and 2) I’m easily … Continue reading