The show is based on the popular bar trivia game of the same name. Levi describes it as:
The best part is, each of the two regular geek teams will have a celebrity Captain - and Zac has A LOT of famous friends from his Nerd HQ con enterprises...
I want fan-favorites that would blow people’s minds—and I want to let people to see them in a fun and simultaneously challenging situation. The Joss Whedons of the world, the William Shatners. Nathan Fillion, Seth Green, Matt Smith, a lot of my friends in this world—anyone that fans would tune in and say, “I’m glad I got to see that side of that person.”
The show is set to premiere just after SDCC on July 16th. I, for one will be tuning in.
Monday night Jimmy Kimmel dedicated an episode to the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Watching them play Family Feud will be the highlight of your day, we promise.
The CW knows its audience and gives us a gift in this 'what if' clip that is a ton of fun...
Like we needed a bigger reason to be amped-up for the final episodes of the season of The Flash (tonight at 8pm) and Arrow (tomorrow at 8pm)! Bring it on!
Oh, Gotham, how I have missed you! And tonight's episode absolutely did not disappoint.
Fish Mooney is still stranded on the mysterious island of The Dollmaker (Dr. Dulmacher, whatever), but she is actively plotting her escape - and Dulmacher's demise. It looks like she's on the verge of being caught more than once, but I knew she had a deeper plan than she was letting on; and sure enough, by the end of the episode she's flying away on a helicopter with her faithful few - and a nasty gunshot to boot.
Back at the GCPD, Gordon is riding high, enjoying his new position of authority - and is all to happy to accept what appears to be the adulation of a beat cop who wants him to look into an unsolved murder. Too late, Bullock figures out they are tracking a serial murderer who has sworn vengeance on any member of the police force who investigates him.
Ladies and gentlemen, there's a new bad boy in town - meet The Ogre.
There are only three episodes left in this season, and I have the feeling we'll be seeing a lot of this fellow - because, of course, Gordon will not back down, even when he learns that Loeb has set him up. He angrily confronts Loeb, and lets him know he will be gunning for the Commissioner once he has taken care of The Ogre.
Penguin has plans of his own. His attempts to take over a seemingly minor business are rebuffed, until he agrees to help get the owner's granddaughter out of the clutches of a seedy guitar player - which he does, with his usual ruthlessness. When his henchman asks why he cares about such a minor place, Penguin offers up a creepy smile and says this is the place where he'll kill Maroni.
In fact, it seems everyone is out for vengeance tonight - Alfred is out of the hospital, but apparently not out of the woods. His plans to go after the man who attacked him are sidetracked when he begins bleeding, but Bruce learns that he suspects his former friend will spend a few days in a shooting gallery before leaving town. I did have to laugh when Bruce wasted a day searching gun ranges before Selina came to his aid and educated him in the ways of street life.
The shooting gallery outing proves educational in more ways than one - Bruce learns who is after him, and why. He also learns that sometimes the only way to deal with dark people is to use dark methods - when the addict threatens to out him to his source, Selina helps him out a window and he falls to his death.
So once again, Gotham leaves us hanging. Can Fish return to Gotham? Will Penguin's move on Maroni be successful? Who will be The Ogre's next victim?
Tune in next week!
Previously, we had only seen his eyes in a screenshot, but now here is Paul Bettany/Vision in all his glory! What do you think? Too human or just right?
Netflix. All of season one is available RIGHT FRACKING NOW. Here - Netflix has prepared a jury note to get out of work today to start the binge early...
All reviews so far have been A-MAZE-ING. So, put on your comfy clothes, ditch the kids, surround yourselves with snacks and tasty beverages, and enjoy the dark underbelly of New York with The Man Without Fear! (PG-15 Not for young viewers!)
It's been eleven years since Lost arrived on our televisions to enamor and confuse us, and five years since we bade it farewell - but today is the day Lost fans have been waiting for!
The infamous numbers that changed so many lives - 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, and 42 - align exactly on April 8, 2015, at 16:23:42 - military time for 23 minutes and 42 seconds past four o'clock pm.
East Coast readers, did you experience anything strange and/or life-altering at that exact moment? West Coast readers, get ready for something big! Or not, because, you know, fiction...
Maybe we'll binge watch some Lost tonight in memory of the show that strung us along for years...
We will bring you the scoop on life as a 'real' geek girl. From games, books, movies, cosplay and crafting. Need advice? We have a geek for that!