Council of Wells Debut in Episode 6 “When Harry Met Harry” of The Flash

Counsel of Wells made their debut in tonight's episode "When Harry Met Harry" of The Flash. This team consists of the brightest Harrison Wells from across the multiverse, who had a brainstorming session to decode the identity ...
by Ravi Teja
 

 
 

Flash Survives Bad Luck in the Episode 3 “Luck Be a Lady”

This week's episode of The Flash, "Luck Be a Lady" showcases how hazardous bad luck can be, as The Flash and his team are hit by a string of unfortunate events.
by Ravi Teja
 

 

 

The Flash Keeps Up the Fun With Episode 2 “Mixed Feelings”

After a dark and emotional season 3, The Flash witnessed a complete 360-degree change in its tone. The series started to up its fun quotient in season 4 so far with each and every passing episode. This week's episode "Mixed ...
by Ravi Teja
 

 
 

Flash is Back with Season 4 Premiere ‘Flash Reborn’

Flash is back baby! Season Four kicked off last night on The CW with it's premiere episode 'Flash Reborn'.
by Ravi Teja
 

 
 

‘Impractical Jokers’ The Complete Fifth Season DVD Review

Hidden camera prank shows may be something long dead but somehow the Impractical Jokers are keeping the art of the hidden camera show alive. Impractical Jokers is now onto their sixth season making it the longest running serie...
by Chris Salce
 

 

 
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‘Ghosted’ Pilot Review – Has ‘MIB’ Spirit but Needs Something More

Fox's new supernatural comedy, Ghosted, aired its first episode this past weekend and I have some good things and some not so good things to say about it. It definitely had some bright spots but it also seemed like there was so...
by Chris Salce
 

 
 

What’s Up in ‘Gotham’?: A Look at Season 4

Fox’s Gotham has hit their fourth season and is looking like what could be the most talked about season yet. And this could be for a number of reasons both good and bad. From the marketing to the story arc, there is alrea...
by Chris Salce
 

 
 

A Look at ‘AHS: Cult’ and What We Know So Far

If you haven't been watching this season of 'AHS:Cult' because of the political aspect than I think your making a grave mistake. Yes politics play into the season, but that is just one element mainly used to set the stage for t...
by Sean McAloon
 

 

 

‘The Orville’ Pilot Review

'The Orville' is a show that I was pretty excited to watch. Upon hearing about the idea of the series, I was immediately hooked just by it's concept alone. A show that parodies, but one that also pays homage to other science f...
by Taylor Salan
 

 
 
by Taylor Salan
 

 

 

SDCC Promises Big Things for SuperGirl Season 3

Now that Kara and the team over at the DEO have firmly established themselves at the CW (cross-over episodes and all) we are really going to get a chance to see how Supergirl can expand the entire universe. Check out what the c...
by Sean McAloon
 

 

 

‘Captain Planet and the Planeteers’ Are Back and Cleaner Than Ever

The green-haired blue-skinned superhero sporting a mullet is back! And no I’m not talking about the hilarious and creepy Don Cheadle version from Funny or Die. I’m talking straight out of the 90’s cartoon, Cap...
by Chris Salce
 

 
 
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‘Legion’ is Hypnotically Intense

“Legion” is not afraid to spread its wings narratively and challenge its audience to unfold the wrinkles of their own brains along the way. It has quickly became one of my staple shows and here's why.
by Joseph Belgrade
 

 
 

‘Bates Motel’: The Final Season So Far

Psycho and Bates Motel have finally collided in what is the final season of A&E's Bates Motel, starring Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore as the mentally troubled young motel manager whose evil alter ego could endanger everybod...
by Lee Skavydis
 

 

 

HBO’s ‘Big Little Lies’ Is Both Sexy And Compelling And We Love It!

(AOTN) Having not yet read the novel that the new HBO limited series “Big Little Lies” is based upon, we have been able to blindly delve into this delicious show without any preconceived notions about what may or ma...
by Kristyn Clarke
 

 
 

‘Gotham’ May Be Goofy, but Jerome is No Joke

Despite Gotham's many flaws and ludicrous plot lines it still manages to deliver a decent comic book show and at times it can even exceed expectations. That can be said about the recently aired 'Gotham' Winter Finale/ Season 4 ...
by Sean McAloon
 

 
 

Vanessa Hudgens Talks ‘Powerless’ NBC’s New Superhero Comedy Sitcom

(AOTN) It is not very often that some lightheartedness gets dropped within the DC Universe, however NBC’s new half-hour comedy sitcom “Powerless” is poised to do just that! Set in a world where humanity must ...
by Kristyn Clarke
 

 

 

Hanazuki Full of Treasures First Nine Episodes Review

Coming to you by way of YouTube is Habro’s newest digital series, “Hanazuki Full of Treasures”. The animated digital series is based off of the Amersterdam born brand Hanazuki, which features very colorful cha...
by Chris Salce
 

 
 

Mr. Robot – S2 Ep. 10 Review – “h1dden-pr0cess.axx”

When we last saw Cisco he was infiltrating the late Susan’s house to retrieve a tape left behind by Darlene and stumbled upon a heavily breathing cliffhanger.  This week we get to see what that was: a severely beaten up ...
by Joel Reaves
 

 
 

Mr. Robot – S2 Ep. 9 Review – “init_5.fve”

We discovered that Elliot has actually been in jail this whole time for hacking Krista’s ex and in this episode he takes the time to catch us up on what we missed.  Ray was the warden (and Lonestar was his guard-thug); ...
by Joel Reaves
 

 

 

Mr. Robot – S2 Ep. 8 Review – “succ3ss0r.p12”

I would not want to be the episode that had to follow last week’s intense reveal that Elliot has been in prison this whole time and that Leon is an assassin for the Dark Army, but we didn’t want Mr. Robot to end d...
by Joel Reaves
 

 
 

Mr. Robot – S2 Ep. 7 Review – “h4ndshake.sme”

Well, f**k.  If past episodes of this show have opened up cans of worms, then this episode opened up a can of interdimensional deadly cobras coked out of their little minds with nuclear bombs strapped to their heads. No, IR...
by Joel Reaves
 

 
 

Mr. Robot – S2 Ep 4 Review – “init_1.asec”

Mr. Robot season 2 episode 4, “eps2.2_init1.asec,” was the slowest episode of the series; and while slow isn’t always a bad thing, it didn’t quite help this time around.  I classify this episode as wh...
by Joel Reaves
 

 

 

Mr. Robot – S2 Ep 3 Review – “k3rnel-pan1c.ksd”

If you thought that Mr. Robot couldn’t get any weirder, you’re in for a f**king shock.  Hit the break to find out details about the third episode of the second season – “eps2.1_k3rnel-pan1c.ksd.”...
by Joel Reaves
 

 
 

Mr. Robot – S2 Ep 1 & 2 Review – “unm4sk-pt1/2.tc”

Anything I could say about Mr. Robot season 1, you’re already thinking – “It was the best show on TV last year;” “Rami Malek is so hot;” “How do we make this happen in real life so I d...
by Joel Reaves
 

 
 

‘Thunderbirds Are Go’ Review

The Thunderbirds are back with Amazon Prime’s all-new Thunderbirds Are Go. Gone are the the creepy marionettes that would give me nightmares, here are the new and improved creepy characters. The team is back and more vibr...
by Chris Salce
 

 

 

“Ash v Evil Dead” S1, Ep.5 “The Host”

Ageists, sometimes it doesn’t pay to wake up… That’s exactly how Ash feels as he comes to from his vision quest and finds himself tied to the stake and gagged. Pablo and Uncle Brujo are discussing several very...
by Jason Stewart
 

 
 

“Ash v. Evil Dead” S1, Ep.4 “Brujo”

We’re alive, Ageists! And back with another seat-of-the-pants review of what is quickly becoming Cable TV’s quirkiest show. When we left last week, Lionel had risen from the dead and was about to do bad things to De...
by Jason Stewart
 

 
 

“Ash v. Evil Dead” S1, Ep. 3 “Books from Beyond”

Our prayers have been answered, Ageists (or at least mine have)! Our installment begins with Lucy Lawless’ as-of-yet unnamed stalker in full boss mode, tearing down the Highway to Hell with the Hemi engine rolling. We see...
by Jason Stewart
 

 

 

“Ash v Evil Dead” S1, Ep. 1, “El Jefe”

Wow! Did that just happen? Was that really the first appearance of Bruce Campbell as Ash Williams, coupled with Sam and Ivan Rami behind the camera, in 23 years? Can a whole generation of horror fans actually have their prayers...
by Jason Stewart
 

 
 

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Episode 3 & 4 Recap/Review

Until now. Episode 4 of AMC’s new show Fear the Walking Dead has finally returned to what made the pilot so good: the characters.
by Joel Reaves
 

 
 

Scream Queens Is Well On It’s Way To Becoming Our New TV Obsession!

We are well into the fall television pilot season and have already discovered several gems that are sure to be taking permanent residence within our DVR’s. At the top of our list rests FOX’s Scream Queens the new an...
by Kristyn Clarke
 

 

 

Fear the Walking Dead Episode 2 “So Close, Yet So Far,”

The ratings compared to last week dropped slightly but still held up pretty well against the VMAs, which I find impressive, but will viewers continue to tune in?
by Joel Reaves
 

 
 

‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Episode 1 Recap/Review

As a person who was skeptical of cash-cowing from the beginning I will say: I think this show is amazing.
by Joel Reaves
 

 
 

True Detective Season 2 Recap and Review

True Detective's second season was definitely a sophomore slump but it deserves a decent amount of praise as well. Few shows are wiling to change as drastically as True Detective, even if the results are going to be up in the air.
by Sean McAloon
 

 

 

Hannibal Season 3, Episode 7 Recap

Check out this week's recap of Hannibal!
by Lee Skavydis
 

 
 

“Better Call Saul” Season One Summary

And we’re back! Or, I should say we’re here at Age of the Nerd for the first time! Which makes this intro doubly confusing for those who didn’t follow the coverage of ‘Sons of Anarchy” over on our ...
by Jason Stewart
 

 
 

Scream (TV Series) Pilot Review

Did you miss the first episode of Scream on MTV? Check out the recap/review right here!
by Joel Reaves
 

 

 

Childrens Hospital Review “Codename: Jennifer”

The jokes are whip smart, the plot is solid, and the show is still showing a more honed vision for the upcoming episodes. If the show can keep this pace up for quality episodes, this will be the finest season of Childrens Hosp...
by Kurt Hall
 

 
 

The Walking Dead Season Five Comes To A End

Fans of the hit AMC series “The Walking Dead” were definitely duped by a lot of the rumors that were floating around claiming that we were going to lose a major character in the Season Five finale which aired last night. It...
by Kristyn Clarke
 

 
 

Bates Motel Season 3: Episode 3 Recap

It was another not so normal day at the office at the Bates Motel this week after the discovery of the female corpse floating in the river at the closing of last week's episode. But was it really the elusive Annika Johnson? You...
by Lee Skavydis
 

 

 

Childrens Hospital Review: Season 6, Episode 1 “Five Years Later”

Childrens Hospital is a hard show to ignore if you are into the brand of comedy Adult Swim is generally known for. The smooth nature of ripping on Scrubs, ER, and Grey's Anatomy is made to look almost too easy for show creator ...
by Kurt Hall
 

 
 

Bates Motel: Episode 2 Recap

Events in White Pine Bay were really kicking off on Monday's episode of Bates Motel, titled 'The Arcanum Club'.
by Lee Skavydis
 

 
 

Bates Motel Season 3: Episode 1 ‘A Death in the Family’ Recap

While fans speculated that the third season of Bates Motel would cruise along at only a fair pace they need not have worried. Episode one of the adapted Psycho horror show, titled ' A Death in the Family,' started with a bang.
by Lee Skavydis
 

 

 

The Walking Dead S5E9 “What Happened and What’s Going On” Recap

Welcome back, Walkers! It’s time to get this season started again! Caution: This article contains spoilers for the Walking Dead! Original Airdate: February 8, 2015
by Age of the Nerd
 

 
 

My Extensive 2014 Media Diary

For no other reason then personal curiosity I’ve been keeping a comprehensive media inventory for the last three years.  As i mentioned I had no endgame in mind when I began, I just wanted to keep track of all the telev...
by Peter Towe