The CW attempts to recreate the their heyday of teen angst and drama as they double down on this dark remake of Archie Comics’ Riverdale.
New intro! Barry is all about saving Iris as we kick off Season 3B.
As a teenager growing up, no two shows were more special to me than Charmed and Gilmore Girls. Charmed premiered on the WB in October 1998 and I’ve been an OG fan for almost twenty years. I still watch the reruns on Netflix (which I hate because I can tell where they replaced the music they no longer have the licenses for), have the limited edition DVD sets even boxes of VHS tapes from a pre-Internet life where you couldn’t download or stream the next day… I genuinely love this show. It’s always been a big part of my life. We’ve been #blessed to finally have the Gilmore Girls revival this past November and now it seems another blast from the past is back. Here’s the thing though: the headlines are saying “Charmed reboot” but the fine print is saying “re-imagining” of the original series. I have complicated feelings about this reboot because it seems like a scam and publicity grab.
Season 5A Arrow was excellent af. The hiatus of NeetzTalks is over! Lots of content hopefully added this week. To round up this season’s recaps, I’m writing about my top 2 of Season 5A.
Killer Frost and Kid Flash emerge. HR remains useless. Dr. Alchemy’s true identity is revealed.
Too many filler plots cloud the re-emergence of Wally West as Kid Flash.
Supporting players get a chance to shine this week as Caitlin explores her nascent powers and Julian Arnold gets a backstory.
The girls are back.
Supergirl ascends to the best episode of the series thus far in its stellar second season. This week, on the 75th Anniversary of Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter guests on Supergirl as President. It’s surreal and honestly, wonderful. #girlpower