The Last Man on Earth is a comedic show that centers around the idea that the world has been wiped out by a virus. The main character, Phil Miller (played by SNL alum Will Forte), initially thinks he might be the last survivor, but eventually discovers and brings together a small group of people who build their own community. Continue reading →
Last week, I brought you an introduction to Outlander the book series and hopefully piqued your interest in Diana Gabaldon’s work. The series encompasses not just books, but a graphic novel and now a television series. Produced by Ron Moore (Battlestar Galactica, Roswell), the show premiered in August 2014 on Starz, a venue which allowed the show sixteen episodes to cover the first book of the series and retain all of the (sexy) fun and (historical) excitement it contains.
With that in mind, if you’re more of a fan of the visual or even if you need some help imagining what specifically is going on at any given moment in Outlander, here are ten reasons you should be watching Outlander the television series:
The Walking Dead has become more than just a show. It’s an entire culture that permeates all facets of life. For fans of the AMC series, there are a plethora of ways to get plugged in and join the fun. These days, loving the show is only the beginning. Here are 10 reasons to love the entire culture of The Walking Dead.
In less than one week, the final episodes of Lost Girl begin airing on the Canadian channel, Showcase. So far, we’ve been able to follow Bo on her adventures in the world of the Fae for four and a half seasons. Part two of the fifth and final season hits the airwaves this Sunday, so now is a great time to talk about this series and some of the reasons to love it. Just a disclaimer: Season 1 is a little shaky in the first few episodes, but if you can hang in there, you’ll be binge watching before you know it. SPOILERS MAY BE BELOW. Continue reading →
If you’re anything like me, you probably binge on Netflix shows when nothing on the boob tube looks impressive. I’m happy to say that Netflix has continued to feed its viewers delightful entrees of original shows. Netflix is the latest to hop on the superhero bandwagon by revamping the character of Matt Murdock. Some people may already have a natural dislike for the blind comic book crime fighter thanks to Ben Affleck’s portrayal a few years ago, but have no fear! Actor Charlie Cox is successful at presenting the audience with a Daredevil who doesn’t come off as cocky (we’re talking to you, Affleck) but instead is morally torn, self-isolated, and constantly struggling to get back up when the bad guys push him down. If you’re still not convinced by my endorsement, here are 10 reasons you should be watching Netflix’s Daredevil! Continue reading →
1. Girl Badass-ery– Okay, is that a real word? No. But it totally describes Veronica Mars and the kind of girl she was to a “T.” If you haven’t already noticed, we love girl power here at SisterGeeks so it would only make sense that this be the number one reason we love Veronica Mars. Continue reading →
Anyone young and impressionable in the 90’s who was into television knew who Aaron Spelling was. The man made TV magic. He would gather groups of beautiful people together, turn them into intriguing characters with interesting problems and put it all on screen for the rest of us to watch and enjoy. Following his success with shows such as Beverly HIlls 90210 and Melrose Place, he gave us something new in 1998. Created by Candace M. Burge and produced by Spelling, Charmed told the story of a group of young, sister witches. The women promptly cast a spell over audiences and continued to charm them for eight seasons until 2006. Here are a few of the reasons this show was so bewitching: