SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: Marx & Ian Talk About Silo and Citadel
Welcome to another episode of our Television and Movie reviews show. This time Ian and Marx take a look at a few of the new shows that have been hitting Apple TV and Sky SciFi Channel.
After Ian spends the first five minutes of the show dissing his teammates on Rocket League. We straight onto TV and share in our views about CW making a spin-off show to The Librarians, which is a favorite show around these parts.
This week we hit the ground running and discuss the pilot episode of Silo, which was called 'Freedom Day'. We both agree that it's a series that has some potential and plan to watch more of it for future discussion. The question is. Are we safe to go outside? While chatting about other Apple TV shows. Marx and I agree that Invasion was boring.
Moving on from Apple shows. Ian waxes lyrical about the latest season of Star Wars: Visions and how he was particularly taken with the episode titled Sith, which seemed to take place inside a living painting. He chats about some of the episodes and adds that all nine stories are really cool.
From the fun and animation of Star Wars. We move on to the more serious Sky SciFi series The Swarm, which sees the world Sealife turning against the human population due to a change in the delicate interconnectedness between mankind and Earth. The show is truly international having segments of it set in Canada, France, and Norway to name just a few of the countries that are represented in the storyline. The first episode features a stunning sequence of Ora Whales attacking Canadian Tourists.
Having barely survived an Ora Whale attack. Ian and Marx move the conversation on to Citadel. In short, our concern is that the show could be spending a little too much time in the past as the narrative seems to have slowed down a little. Luckily the series finale, which we will discuss in the next episode does address some of our issues with the show.
Tune in for more as we discuss more TV stuff and also have an interesting side chat about A.I and how it might impact the industry.
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