I woke up to a storm of tweets this morning about Saturday’s Yuri On Ice stage event, but by far the best news to come out of the evening is that a Yuri On Ice movie has been greenlit!
When Neil Gaiman started writing the book almost twenty years ago, he had no idea that the diversity in American Gods would be such a controversial issue.
There was a big reveal in “Soldier”, but for the most part, season 2 of Attack on Titan seems to be moving at a pretty slow pace. There are only twelve episodes in this season, and it feels like there’s a lot of action but not much movement.
While the events of “Caliban’s War” didn’t so much up the stakes as completely change the game, this didn’t really feel like a season finale of The Expanse.
It’s 2017 and apparently it’s still controversial to have female characters who actually get to be people, something that absolutely boggles the minds of the women of American Gods.
Following up on the revelation that Titans had breached Wall Rose, “Southwestward” sees the Survey Corps trying to find the hole in the wall so that they can plug it up. But it doesn’t take long to realize that something is not right.
Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman, who will be returning for the Supergirl season 2 finale.
Attack on Titan has returned with season 2. (“Finally,” says the girl who literally started watching this show last week.) There’s no time to waste, diving further into the mystery of the Titans with “Beast Titan”.
This year’s MTV Movie & TV Awards are making some changes, not the least of which is that it is suddenly the Movie & TV Awards, when it’s been solely the Movie Awards since the beginning.
There’s a sad lack of dragons in “Here There Be Dragons”, but it’s an episode that doesn’t lack for anything else. Between a shootout, Bobbie’s dramatic escape, and the band breaking up, The Expanse is clearly gearing up towards one major finale.