Top Chef is one of my favorite shows of all time. I have watched every season since the cringey first few and still an avid fan now that we have begun season eighteen. My brother and I often discuss what we’d like to see on the show and I decided to make a post about it!Continue reading
Much like with movies, television has some issues with mental health representation in their shows. Some shows have awful and inaccurate representation, while others take care to be as accurate as possible. So I am focusing on the latter and sharing some shows that aim for better mental health representation.
Disney has created a new series on Disney+ called Zenimation, which highlights the calmness of Disney animation and sound based on different themes.Continue reading
One of my favorite shows of recent is Rupaul’s Drag Race. My first season watching live was season 9 and the show is currently on season 12 with two All-Stars seasons during that span as well. Plus I’ve gone back and watched previous seasons. So since there are so many compilations of people’s favorite lipsyncs, I decided to make a post about mine.
Cup of Joe is a series on Quibi, the latest streaming platform with 10-minute episodes for their shows. The series is a travel show with Joe Jonas traveling to major cities while on tour with his band and brothers The Jonas Brothers.
NightGowns is the drag show created by Sasha Velour of Drag Race fame and is also the title of the docuseries following one of these shows on the new streaming platform Quibi. It was the series that made me want to try Quibi and I want to share my thoughts with you all.
Have you ever wanted to know what Broadway performers do between shows on two-show days? Well, Broadway Sandwich shows us exactly that!
Prop Culture is a new docuseries on Disney+ hosted by collector Dan Lanigan as he explored different Disney films from over the years through the props and the people who made the films possible. I knew I had to watch this series and wanted to share my thoughts with you.
You may have seen ads for Quibi, a vertical video streaming service, all across social media. It is officially out now and I decided to give it a try and share my thoughts.
Going along with the 5 Fandom Friday of this week, I am sharing six shows and films I have been enjoying on Disney+.
The Imagineering Story is a docuseries on Disney+ that details the many years of the people who created every park, every ride, every land, and every experience since Walt Disney himself. I am a giant nerd for theme parks and Imagineering, so I had to watch this series and now I share my thoughts with you all.
With Disney+ launching tomorrow, I figured it would be a good post to share what I am looking forward to on the service! From originals to old favorites, see what I’ll be watching on Disney+. Continue reading
Only 10 days left of the 30 Day Geek Out Challenge! Today I am recommending a series that you should all watch. Continue reading
I love talking about my favorite underrated things, so today’s 30 Day Geek Out Challenge question is perfect for me. Continue reading
Have you ever had a fandom that you thought you’d never get into, but then you ended up loving it? That is what today’s 30 Day Out Geek Out Challenge is all about! Continue reading
If your friends went through a mysterious door and got lost in an alternate universe, would you come to their rescue? That is the setup of The Weird Place, a crazy miniseries from Achievement Hunter and Rooster Teeth. But how weird does The Weird Place really get? Continue reading
Tis the season of warm and fuzzy feelings and some nostalgia. And there is something about holiday specials that really make me nostalgic, especially when remembering my favorites from childhood. And I wanted to reminisce and share some of my favorite holiday specials from childhood with you. Continue reading
I can get a little nostalgic from time to time, and while brainstorming blog posts my brother came up with this post and we together pondered over our favorite childhood shows and which ones had memorable Halloween specials. We even watched some of these again now as adults to get fully nostalgic. So here is my list of favorite Halloween specials from childhood shows. Continue reading
Sometimes it’s fun to be bad. And sometimes we relate to the more wicked side of a story than we do with the hero. And sometimes you just have to recognize that a villain is just awesome. So this post is dedicated to my favorite villains that make bad look oh so good. Continue reading
My paternal grandmother is turning 90 years old this month, so it got me thinking about some of my favorite grandmas throughout fiction. I think I have found a pretty great set of matriarchs for different reasons. Continue reading
Have you seen those people who attempt Pinterest pins and they didn’t turn out as expected? Well, that is now a new Netflix show called Nailed It, where amateur bakers come to attempt the most Pinterest-y of bakes. it is definitely as ridiculous and hilarious as you expect it to be. Continue reading
Cosplay Melee is a new series on SyFy, where cosplayers from around the US compete in themed challenges to create unique characters to portray for a prize. Continue reading
The Funko Blog released that they will be creating a line of Pop Figures that are from 90’s Nickelodeon shows. They are starting with seven figures from three different shows, but I wanted to make a wishlist beyond the original seven. The original seven include CatDog, Tommy Pickles, Chucky Finster, Reptar from Rugrats, and Krumm, Oblina, and Ickis from Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. Continue reading
If you’ve been around the blog before, you have definitely seen that I have written about Twitch quite a bit before. I had the awesome opportunity to attend Twitch Con this year and connect and experience the community and platform on a whole new level.
I wrote a post awhile back about watching Twitch and using it as a way to be a game viewer. Now it has become one of my main forms of entertainment, especially for gaming content. But, when you are new-ish to Twitch, it’s kind of hard to find streamers to watch. I have the answers to that.
Ah, Helga. The bully/ unrequited lover in Hey Arnold. Re-watching the show, she is the best character and her episodes are the best of them all. And even though she is a very well-known character from the show, I think she is underrated because of her deep character development.
Spoiling: the plague of geeks and fans. It only takes one little remark to ruin something for someone, or a lot of people. But is there a point where spoiling becomes okay? I decided to do some research and find out.
I never really watch TV today, but maybe that is because I miss the TV of my childhood because a lot of it was so much better than what is out there today. These are the shows that still hold up today.
Let’s flashback to 90’s MTV and spotlight my favorite TV shows leading lady, Daria Morgendorffer.
2015 has had many ups and downs when it comes to geek culture, including movies, TV, games, and more, so I thought I would share my thoughts on the bests and worsts of the year.
For the second installment of Underrated, I decided to do Rue from The Hunger Games. She is more than just the girl who died. She is a second Mockingjay; a face of the revolution.
One of my guilty pleasures is watching gaming channels on Youtube, but I have taken a special interest in The Game Theorists, but in particular the show Game Theory itself.
This is a brief analysis of how women are represented in varying superhero universes, particularly female superheroes.
At this year’s San Diego Comic Con, a group of fantastic and kick ass women came together for a panel to discuss their roles as powerful women both in character and out.