Camp Betrayal is a horror-comedy-reality competition show from Rooster Teeth that released earlier this year. Nine players will compete in horror-themed challenges, trying to win as a team. However there are saboteurs amongst them wanting the team to fail so they can hopefully send one of their competitors home. I watched the full first season and had some thoughts that I wanted to share.Continue reading
Drag S.O.S is a British makeover show where a drag collective travels around the United Kingdom and provides citizens of various cities the opportunity to become a drag queen for a night, lip sync and all. After a Drag Race kick, I came across the show and gave it a watch and here is what I thought of it.Continue reading
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
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.
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.
Going along with the 5 Fandom Friday of this week, I am sharing six shows and films I have been enjoying on Disney+.
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
Recently, Geek and Sundry started it’s fourth season of the Wil Wheaton produced Tabletop, where well-known geeks come together to play a variety of board games. It is both entertaining and educational for those who love board games and those who are new.
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.