- I started watching it at s04e10.
Properly titled The Blacklist: Redemption
A group of superpowered purchased-orphans try to save the world.
Based on The Umbrella Academy - (2007+ comics)
A miniseries told around the Soviet Chernobyl disaster.
A tense, decently-paced look at how communist lies spell disaster, and how communism once again cost tens of thousands and almost tens of millions of lives.
A bunch of superheroes aren't so super.
A kickass preacher is infected with a power, and for some reason there's a vampire.
Maybe it has potential, but it's scatterbrained and kept sliding into slow moody boringness.
A highly-virulent weaponized virus breaks containment and wreaks havoc.
It starts strong then goes downhill into some odd religious stuff. Generally terrible later on. Worth watching if you're into this genre.
This goes back in time to the original finding of the stargate, and stars a character we all know lives and so cannot be in any danger at all ever.
This just comes across like short-episode fan fiction.
An experimental gate technique strands unlikely survivors on an ancient ship.
A fair show. That's pretty much all I can say about it, really. It has some significant presentation of humans being human, which is rare and special.
A really shitty attempt at thieving from the La Femme Nikita - (1990 movie) character and universe.
A washed-up former Karate champion tries to clean up his life.
A direct sequel to The Karate Kid - (1984 movie)