Welcome to another fun-filled episode of the SFP-NOW TV Reviews Show. In this episode, Ian and Marx are once again joined by Supergeeked Up’s Jeff Burns as we boldly go where we always go in order to discuss the latest genre television.
After our brief catch-up discussion in which gaming and Jeff’s writing comes up as well as an update about ‘Tales of Monstrosity: Monsters, Myths, and Miscreants’. We transition smoothly into the TV Reviews.
On the menu for this week’s episode and in no particular order are the Amazon Prime series Citadel as we discuss that finale, The Grython, Sky Televisions The Lazarus Project, which is returning for a second season soon. Netflix’s Fubar and of course the return of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.
We kick off with a chat about the series finale of Citadel, which impressed us with its high-octane stunts and solid acting. Ian and Marx felt that some of the flashback scenes on the show were a bit dominant in regards to they slowed down the story somewhat. But we all pretty much agreed that it is good to have a good spy series on TV again.
While on the subject of Clandestine organizations that feature as a plot device in TV series. Ian brings his belated discovery of The Lazarus Project to the table and talks a little about the show, which is due to drop its second season on Sky Television pretty soon. Ian and Marx give their initial reaction to the series as they discuss the first episode and delve a little into what it is setting up. We both liked the edginess of the show. And the fact that The Lazarus Project is trying to stop world-ending events via the use of Time Travel.
Finally. We wrap things up with a discussion about Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and give our thoughts on the opening episode ‘Broken Circle’ in which we get introduced to a new character as well as get a few hints at what is to come in future episodes of the show. In terms of the episode itself. Jeff has quite a lot to say about the action scene, which features Dr. M’Benga and Nurse Chapel.
To hear what we have to share. Tune in and join us as we have fun discussing and critiquing the latest in Genre Television.