It was just about a month ago that we shared the Final Season Trailer for “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” and if you didn’t see that yet just click HERE to rectify the issue. The series picks up where it left off and heads towards its close on the Disney + streaming service. The dramatic poster, premise and ensemble voice casting are down below for you to peruse as well.
Fans of the animated series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” are going to be over the moon at the notion that the final season will be streaming soon. Though I’ve heard great things about this one, I’ve never seen it at all and since I am not currently a subscriber to Disney+ it might be a little longer before I get to. Despite that issue for me, the trailer is now online for all to enjoy so do check it out along with the massive cast of talented voices behind it. I’ll return down below with additional editorial.
Booga, booga, boo!!!! Are you afraid of things that go bump in the night? Are you a fan of the frightful tales of vampires and creepy Science Fiction? If you said yes to any of this then I am happy to point out that this evening finds the return of “The Strain” which starts its second season on the FX Network tonight. I’ve used the same poster as the first season post so scroll down and read more about the shows premise and then I will return.
A plane lands at John F. Kennedy International Airport with the lights off and the doors sealed. CDC epidemiologist Dr. Ephraim Goodweather (Corey Stoll), Dr. Nora Martinez, and their team are sent to investigate. On board they find 206 corpses and four survivors. The situation deteriorates when all the bodies disappear from the morgue. Goodweather and a small group of helpers find themselves battling to protect not only their own loved ones, but the entire city, from an ancient threat to humanity. Continue reading Airing Tonight: “The Strain” Season 2 Premiere (7/12/15)→
It might be National Metal Day for us diehards but for the animated series maniacs today is rather important because the “Green Lantern Animated Series” begins airing today as well on the Cartoon Network. It’s Developed by Bruce Timm, Giancarlo Volpe and Jim Krieg with Direction by Sam Liu, and Rick Morales. From the looks of GL in the banner below, you can tell that this will work with the same animation style as “Batman Adventures” and “The Adventures Of Superman’. I like that for consistency sake.
The series is computer generated which should be really cool to see on television and it follows the adventures of Green Lantern and Kilowog as they travel to the far ends of space and come into conflict with assorted lanterns across the spectrum. We’ll find Red, Orange, Blue and Yellow Lanterns coming into blows with our emerald hero. The cast is below. Continue reading Airing Today: “Green Lantern: The Animated Series” (11/11/2011)→