It’s been quite the year for the small screen. This last year we’ve seen network television stick to their archaic insistence on using the antiquated Nielsen system to find ratings, and we’ve seen them break away from tradition and point their wagons toward the wild west of the internet.
When The Walking Dead wants to leave us broken, it very much knows how to carry that out perfectly.
This was one of Gotham’s best episodes to date, though that isn’t a big surprise. Finales always go big, lest everyone forgets about the show over the holidays.
The Walking Dead has had an extraordinary first half of it’s fifth season. This show has always been really good, but this season has raised the bar to truly great television, week in and week out. Once again, I cannot wait until next week.
Oh, Constantine. It is not looking good for you, old friend.
The show’s big story centers around a scary scenario for most scrawny nerds like Barry live in fear of; his childhood bully got superpowers.
Gotham is finding it’s footing, slowly but surely, but the more they insist on winking at the audience with these little bits and various nods to the future, the less believable this entire thing becomes.
This week on The Walking Dead, the further adventures of Carol and Daryl!
Constantine’s biggest problem at this point is consistency. It’s a little understandable, considering the behind-the-scenes drama that happened before the show even made it to air.
The Flash is such a welcome vacation from the dismal trips taken to Arrow or Gotham, where everything is super dark and serious, all the time. The Flash is fun.