Every other issue of your favorite (and non-favorite) Marvel book each month usually sees a drop down, drag out fight between a super hero or super team versus a singular or band of villains. These battles usually result in a huge amount of property damage. But as the Avengers head for shawarma and Spider-Man goes to clean up his room, who deals with the aftermath?
NBC is canceling its critically acclaimed but poorly rated Hannibal after three seasons. Despite airing only three episodes so far in its final season, it just wasn’t good enough for the Peacock Network. Series creator Bryan Fuller said a bit more on that, but the guy’s never had a show last more than two seasons, so that’s a win for him I suppose. He’s hinting the final episode will have another ambiguous ending like last year, so that should be emotionally scarring for the handful of viewers.
I actually am one of those handful, and probably the only Gabbing Geek contributor who’s seen the show so far. Oh well.
Unless you are Ryan Garcia who was out galavanting around watching Broadway shows of some sort while the Superbowl was on, then you probably saw the quick trailer for the new Heroes Reborn series coming to NBC.
First off – who watches Broadway instead of the Superbowl? HA – I’m kidding. Secondly – what? Heroes is back!? You can count me #1 Cheerleader!
One of the ONLY things missing from Tom Shale’s BRILLIANT 2008 book, Live From New York: An Uncensored History Of Saturday Night Live, was the participation of the biggest star to ever come out of SNL (with great apologies to Mr. Murray, Mr. Ferrell, Mr. Downey Jr, and Ms. Fey). Eddie Murphy, a talents whose rise was so meteoric that he is still the only person to HOST the show while still a cast member, never looked back since 1984. Until now…