A bunch of superheroes aren't so super.
Nothing could possibly go wrong in an amusement park populated by robots.
A reboot of Westworld - (1973 movie)
A family is lost in space.
Inspired by Lost in Space - (1965 show)
Its first impression is that it's sort of Star Trek parody-thing, it quickly unfolds into its own unique space-adventure-drama.
Fantastic originality and mood. Recommended, rapidly approaching highly recommended.
Verdict: While it's good, it's not great, at least not for me. I got bored in the first couple of episodes of season two. Definitely recommended for anyone who enjoyed the first several episodes.
Like other shows these days, I became interested in this purely because "those people" "hate" it.
The son of a billionaire family survives them in a plane crash in the Himalayas, and returns after being raised by monks only to find their ancient enemies throughout his old home and business. Basically Marvel's Batman.
At first I was going to ignore this series, because the Iron Fist trailer made it look like utter trash, but the YUR A WHITE MALE "mainstream liberal media" response made me interested.
Even though the superhero genre is generally tiring, this show is well worth watching, and its response is a beautiful example of fake news manufactured by "social" "justice".
season five is planned
Tensions between the three factions in our solar system rise with an known party's military science efforts.
Describing this one is pretty damned hard. Quite a good series, although the lead actor is just a little too young to be properly-believable. They all are, but I guess that was the target market.
A spy does spy stuff, drinks, hits on women and makes a jackass of himself while being surprisingly competent.
A fun, light, series which has a whole lot of laugh-out-loud moments.
Though I've seen it all, I didn't begin taking notes until later on.
Note to self - avoid cliffhangers: watch more when it's part way into the next season.
A bad guy blackmails the good guys because he likes this one good girl.
My impression from the first few episodes was:
Seems "ok". Unless this has a more interesting story-arc, I won't consider this particularly good. The predictable and episodic nature of television bores the shit out of me. It makes a series only valuable only the course of multiple episodes and individual episodes become the shit I have to slog through.
My later impression, from the end of the second season:
Characters were slow and stiff until they were developed more fully. When they were, a broader story arc took hold, making this show quite a bit more interesting.
A guy goes mad and has visions, except they're real people.
Decent, with occasional awesomeness between cringeworthy moments of "let's see if we can put this shit in a show".