Articles Posted in the " TV Analysis " Category

  • Queer Love’s Kiss: LBGTQ Representation In Modern Cartoons

    In the Powerpuff Girls (2016) episode “Once Upon a Townsville”, a surprising milestone was reached for queer representation: Buttercup shared a long, on-the mouth, onscreen kiss with another female character. In a time where depictions of same-gender romance are still heavily censored and discouraged, especially in children’s entertainment, this marks a huge step forward. However, even […]


  • The 100 Season 3 Roundtable

    With The 100 season 3 firmly in the books, it’s time to take a look back at the season. A panel of Geekiary contributors discuss the characters, the storylines, and those controversial deaths that had such an impact on the show. Your panelists are: JAMIE: Jamie reviews The 100 for The Geekiary as well as contributing relevant […]


  • Game of Thrones Season 6 vs. A Song of Ice & Fire: Round Two

    WARNINGS: This article contains spoilers for all published books of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice & Fire series and most of the Winds of Winter chapters that have been released, as well as all aired episodes of the HBO show Game of Thrones that is based on that series. Additionally, there is some […]


  • Supernatural Season 11 Finale Roundtable

    Another season of Supernatural has concluded and The Geekiary has rounded up a panel of fans to talk about the finale and season as a whole. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.



  • Let’s Talk About Steven

    Steven Universe is the titular character of a show about magical heroic aliens. Considering his role as the main protagonist, it’s very interesting that Steven is often cited as being somewhat off-putting for those starting the show. At first glance, he seems like a very typical cartoon lead: a fat, cheerful, quirky kid who’s still […]


  • Thank You Robbie: Goodbye to SPN’s Robbie Thompson

    Supernatural and the creative team in charge has always had a bit of a love/hold-at-arms-length relationship with its fanbase. During the controversial plot decisions in season 6 and 7, with their small digs at the fanbase, it’s often felt more like the show-runners and writers’ room preferred for the fans to quiet down and stop […]


  • Six Reasons CBS Should Renew “Supergirl”

      CBS recently announced renewals for 11 series. Fans of freshman superhero drama Supergirl, however, still have to wait for news. The indicators are positive—CBS earlier said it was planning to renew all 5 of its new series. While fans wait anxiously for the network presentation at up-fronts, when we’ll likely know, here are a […]


  • Game of Thrones Season 6 vs. A Song of Ice & Fire: Round 1

    WARNINGS: This article contains spoilers for all published books of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice & Fire series and most of the Winds of Winter chapters that have been released, as well as all aired episodes of the HBO show Game of Thrones that is based on that series. Additionally, there is some […]


  • Can the Powerpuff Girls Save the Day Once Again?

    Airing between 1998 and 2005, The Powerpuff Girls was a Cartoon Network show created by Craig McKraken, following the lives of the titular characters — adorable little girls created from sugar, spice, everything nice, and Chemical X, which gave them fantastic super powers. The series quickly gained popularity thanks to its sharp humor, playful action, […]