Articles Posted in the " Television " Category

  • “Teen Wolf” Returns to SDCC with Themed Booth

    San Diego Comic-Con has always been an exciting time for Teen Wolf fans, but this year they will have something more to look forward to! For the first time in its soon-to-be five years at SDCC, Teen Wolf will have its very own themed booth on the convention center floor! According to a press release […]


  • ‘Save Our Show’ Campaign: In The Flesh

    Nothing recommends a television show to me more than when fans start fighting to protect it. So after seeing a ‘save our show’ post pop up on my Tumblr dash I finally found the time to sit down and start watching the BAFTA award winning BBC supernatural drama In The Flesh. One of my fellow […]


  • Teen Wolf 4×1 Review: The Dark Moon

    It’s here. After three months of speculation, promos, rumors, and lots of fanfiction (that’s not just me, right?), the fourth season of MTV’s Teen Wolf has finally arrived. And for a show that seemingly lost its way in the last season, the premiere actually did not disappoint. To be perfectly honest, this may have been the […]


  • Showtime’s Penny Dreadful is Fantastically Creepy!

    If it weren’t for the fact that several trustworthy friends suggested I watch Penny Dreadful, who knows when I would have heard of the show – but I’m glad that they mentioned it, yet also allowed me to truly ‘discover’ it on my own. The general premise is of course the penny dreadfuls of the […]


  • Ten Things in Teen Wolf That Make Less Sense Than Malia Tate

    There’s something I need to say about Teen Wolf, it’s going to sound harsh but I promise you it comes from a place of love and respect. Teen Wolf doesn’t make sense. At all. If you are looking for a detail-oriented narrative with a well-structured plot and strong continuity then Teen Wolf is not the […]




  • The Legend of Korra “Book Three: Change” Ushers in a New Era

    There’s no denying that Nickelodeon did an amazing job continuing the popular Avatar series with new characters and storylines that feel more mature than The Last Airbender trilogy. With fans anxiously anticipating the release of Book Three: Change in The Legend of Korra series, let’s go over what we know about the upcoming series (taking […]


  • Sydney Supanova 2014: Falling for Ming-Na Wen

    The first glimpse I had of Ming-Na Wen at Sydney Supanova Epxo was when she crashed Stan Lee’s panel just to give him a kiss on the cheek. That right there was basically enough to make me love her – and then she took the stage on her own, and I was lost. But enough […]