Category Archives: Marvel TV

Legion: “Chapter 2” Season 1 Episode 2 Review

Legion‘s second episode was likely a lot closer to what we can expect from routine episodes of the series. Getting away from the shock and awe of the brilliant pilot, there’s still

Legion: “Chapter 1” Series Premiere Review

It’s cliche to say, but the series premiere for Legion kind of has it all. Trippy visuals, flawless direction, characters easy to like, a gorgeous style, contemplative emotional beats, insane superhero action, and a

2017 TV Preview

As 2016 draws to a close, we’re looking ahead to all the shows we’re excited about for 2017. With so many shows now adhering to a 15-month or longer return time, lots

Luke Cage Season 1 Review: Marvel Runs Lukewarm This Time

There are two constants in this world. First, the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. Second, the Marvel machine will keep chugging along until every nook and cranny

2016 Fall TV Preview

Fall TV is right around the corner, bringing with it shows we already love and a bunch of new ones we hope to fall in love with. Being a small operation, we

Daredevil Season 2 Review: Different Kinds of Heroism

In the first episode of Daredevil‘s superior second season, the hero in question is shot in the head while fighting the man who will become the Punisher. He survives, obviously, as there’d be

2016 TV Preview

After possibly the best year of #peakTV, how can 2016 top it? There are a ton of new and returning series we’re very excited about all throughout the year. In this era,

Top 10 TV Episodes of 2015

You know what our favorite shows were for the year, but now here are our favorite individual episodes that aired in 2015. Not all of them are from shows that made our

The Top 10 TV Shows of 2015

If 2015 was proof of anything, it’s that the golden age of television isn’t going anywhere. In all the years we’ve been writing these lists, this one has been the most difficult.

Daredevil Season 1 Review: Does Marvel Finally Grab TV By the Horns?

Marvel goes dark in its first Netflix series, which features the Man Without Fear in a serious (sometimes overly so) adaptation that proves more cohesive and independent than the studio’s other TV