Up first this episode: This past week saw the annual culling of TV shows commence. The network carnage seemed to take a larger toll this time however due to a mixture of pandemic related filming & cost issues as well as a continuing change in the way advertisers spend their
We’re way overdue for another look at an old Saturday morning TV schedule, so let’s see what the kids watched on CBS half a century ago while chomping on their Count Chocula. The CBS 1971 Saturday morning lineup included classics like Bugs Bunny (of course), Scooby Doo (the original version), and The Flintstones (reformatted to feature
On September 11th and 12th Mark & Dan traveled to Anaheim California for Power-Con, the nation’s premier convention for all things She-Ra and He-Man! In the third and final chapter of The Best Power-Cons of Our Lives trilogy, we sit down with Rob Lamb. Rob Lamb is an exceptional screenwriter,
In part two, trends in both marketing and child psychology coalesce. We might talk a bit more about the Care Bears then we intended, but this is what you get from an episode recorded back in 2019. Part two also explores Disney’s leap into Saturday Morning market. 00:00:24 Attack Them
Flopcast episode 441! It’s another cartoon-themed episode, as we continue our look at the Saturday morning TV landscape of 1990. This time we’ve tuned into CBS and found some long-running favorites (Muppet Babies, Garfield and Friends, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Pee Wee’s Playhouse) and a couple of short-lived oddities (Bill and Ted’s Excellent
Star Trek Picard has finally arrived back on the airwaves-ish. Does this latest Star Trek series live up to the Roddenberry ideals of the past or forge a new and bold direction?
Star Trek was an idea devised by Gene Roddenberry over fifty years ago. He wanted to tell a hopeful story about the future that not only entertained but showed the potential of humanity. His series was not considered a big success at the time, but it has lived on in
This is it!!! Star Trek Discovery Season 2 has finally wrapped. Joining me on this special review podcast are Mr. Gene and Tony from Cinemaviewfinder.com. There are plenty of spoilers ahead.
Star Trek Discovery Season Two returns with all new action, story, and captain. Is it worth your time and money since the show is only available on CBS All Access?
The Monster Scifi Show Podcast is back in a very big way. This episode is well over two hours in which Mr. Gene, Tony and me, The Monster, review the first season of Star Trek Discovery.
As I’ve mentioned on the podcast, I will be ending the Scifi News podcast for the rest of the year and a bit in January 2018. While it may be the most wonderful time of the year for many, this means for me the most hectic time of the year.
The battle of the supercomputers comes to an end in the fifth and final season of one of the most subversive shows on network television. Irrelevant numbers Mike, Mike, Drew Leiter, and the award-winning author Bobby Nash survey the conclusion and playback their favorite moments from the entire series. Plus,