Though familiar with the novel and its concept during my years studying English, I had never read Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. When Hulu announced that they would be adapting the dystopian novel into a ten-episode series, I immediately downloaded it to my e-reader and found myself so engrossed in this story that the show’s premiere in April cannot come fast enough. Continue reading →
Wayward Pines is a TV show that is currently airing its second season. It is executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan who previously received attention for films such as The Sixth Sense, Signs, and The Village. I feel that with any M. Night project, you have to look at it with an open mind. I don’t consider myself to be either a hardcore fan of his or an anti-fan, but instead an observer who likes to contemplate on his themes and characters. Continue reading →
If you have been following SisterGeeks for a while, then you already know that Sailor Moon is my jam…well, one of my jams. I have quite a few. But Sailor Moon is definitely my top anime jam. And now Hulu is getting even more on board with the well-loved cartoon. Continue reading →
Among the many surprises during this TV cancellation season was the announcement that FOX would not renew The Mindy Project for another year. Rumors quickly surfaced that the show would be picked up by HULU, the online service that streams television shows from many different networks. In the last several years, HULU has stepped up their game to include original programming that can only be found on their service. This past Friday, it was confirmed that HULU will indeed give the quirky comedy show a new home on their original show roster. Mindy will receive a full, 26-episode fourth season. No details yet on the premier date. For the full scoop, check out the details here.