Articles Posted in the " TV Analysis " Category

  • Supernatural, Queer Baiting, and the Twittersphere

    When fans get upset about something, many of them turn to Twitter.  They tweet actors, writers, and producers in the hopes of having their voices heard.  Twitter has provided a very unique platform for audience interaction and participation and sometimes, on very special occasions, fans get a response from those creators.  And that is exactly […]


  • And What of Dorne? Musings About House Martell

    This post is going to be mostly spoiler free. Any spoilers will simply be character names, personality traits, and things like House motto and sigil. There will be no spoilers in regards to plot elements, character deaths, or marriages. The “show only” crowd should be able to read this article relatively safely. We’ve got a […]


  • My Fears, Hopes, and Predictions for the Hannibal Finale

    The following will contain spoilers based on previews and Red Dragon. There is no concrete information about how the finale is going to go, but based on established canon and the trailer, well, it’s not looking good… It looks like our happy little Murder Family is breaking up. It’s not like we didn’t see this […]


  • Help! I Don’t Watch Game of Thrones. Why Is Everyone Sad?

    So you’ve managed to avoid watching Game of Thrones for three years?  Impressive. You must be oh so very confused right now. We all had a collective melt down last weekend and there’s still one episode to go before the end of the season. I’m not saying you have to watch the show (you should), […]


  • Hannigram – A Shipping Catastrophe

    Ah, yes, shipping. It’s such a great pastime. Shipping starts when a fan feels two characters have such a great chemistry they should totally be together and then fanworks happen and it’s all very magical. They all come with the potential for angst and many of them go to some dark place, but there’s always […]


  • The Red Wedding: A Study in Refrigerators

    After a string of mostly-quiet episodes that felt like nothing but rising action after rising action, we finally got our payoff: The Rains of Castamere was nothing but climax after climax. And while I’m excited for Bran, worried for Jon, elated for Dany, and sorry for Arya, I’m afraid I’m going to have to put […]


  • Surprise! The Hannibal Fandom is Here!

    If your Tumblr dash is anything like mine, you’ve probably noticed a huge influx of posts about Hannibal recently and you might be wondering where the fandom came from. The show is pretty new (only 9 episodes so far), but the source material and films have been around for a few decades already. Though while […]



  • Charlie Bradbury: Can We Keep Her?

    Charlie Bradbury from Supernatural is a rare breed of character to see on mainstream TV. We at The Geekiary have quickly become  enamored with her for her confidence, bravery, and unique representation as a queer character.  And hey, she’s geeky, we’re geeky, and she’s played by Felicia Day, so I suppose our infatuation with her […]


  • Orphan Black Theory: Who Are The Monitors?

    The last two episodes have introduced the idea of “monitors” to the Orphan Black universe. These people seem to be hired by some shadowy organization to keep close tabs on the clones. It’s a “double blind” because the monitors have no idea why they’re doing what they’re doing. When Paul began to unravel the real […]