Dirty politicians, throwback slap-stick comedies, dark re-imaginings of childhood in the 70s, STRANGER THINGS … we need to chill, because Netflix certainly isn’t. You can’t string two weeks together without the release of at least one new season of binge-worthy Netflix original programming.
One of the benefits of getting hooked on a TV show is the possibility of surprises from week to week. While movies often have twists or shocking endings, the art of the cliffhanger is something that has been perfected by TV studios. There have been several famous cliffhangers, but the device was thought to have been first used in Dallas
Along the way, popular TV shows spin off into other shows. Would the same fans tune into a show with only some of the characters? Some spin-offs are big hits and others are flops. It is hit or miss with these spin-offs, but we check out the best of the best right here!
The world has a lot of things to thank Canada for including poutine, hockey, and their incredibly hot Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. But we should also thank them for all the laughs they’ve given us over the years through their hilarious television exports.
If there was ever a more iconic character, we’d like to know who you think it is! Batman has been around for years, and over those years he has been played and voiced by a wide variety of people. Each actor has brought something new and exciting to the Batman character.
With that being said, you can watch a show for 10 seasons and love everything about it, but then the series finale comes and it ruins everything for you! We mean, you still will watch episodes and just cringe knowing it ended in such a terrible way.
I can’t imagine a better acting gig than voiceover work. You get to roll out of bed and head straight to the studio where you don’t have to spend hours in wardrobe or makeup. You speak some lines into a microphone, collect your paycheck and call it a day. It’s no wonder so many famous actors have loaned their voices to animated shows, movies, and video games.
The percentage of reboots to original content has gone way up in recent years, so it’s time to take a look at the best and the worst reboots of all time. Some show that there’s just nothing you can’t do if you’ve got good source material, while others prove that studios will stop at nothing to make a quick buck.
While shows that retain an audience to support multiple seasons and hundreds of episodes deserve to be praised for their achievement, they should also be evaluated for their continued relevance. Does the show really need to continue? Or should the show end before it overstays its welcome?