Sep 11 2012

The Final Countdown: Summer Shows You Missed, Horrifying Game Moments and CW’s Wonder Woman Casting

Published by at 4:00 pm under Final Countdown

Go here to see the five best shows you didn’t watch over the summer.

“NBC gets an early start on the fall television season this week, introducing several new comedies, as well as bringing back “The Voice” tonight and “Parenthood” (yay!) tomorrow night (along with “Sons of Anarchy” on FX, which I’ll be recapping over on WG this fall), and even “Saturday Night Live” this weekend (with three new additions). I am torn about the return of fall television, as I’ve enjoyed reducing my television viewing schedule from around 25-30 shows a week to around 10-12 (plus catching up on a few of last year’s shows).”

The Countdown

Horrifying moments from kids’ video games – [Cracked]

Fantasy casting the CW’s Wonder Woman – [TVOvermind]

Video games aren’t the only things Kickstarted – [Insert Coin]

20 things about the SOA cast you didn’t know – [WarmingGlow]

Doing the weather as Catwoman – [GeeksAreSexy]

The greatest NBC comedies ever – [Ranker]

Thor 2 battle photos – [ScreenCrush]

Some very interesting couples – [TheChive]

Taco Bell vs. Old Spice – [WWIW]

Brave wounded soldier comes home – [Barnorama]

Today’s girl is Britney Spears – [Maxim]

Once Upon a Time is Disney fan fiction – [ToplessRobot]

Remixing great fight scenes – [Heavy]

Jerry Lawler has a heart attack on WWE live – [BroBible]





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2 responses so far

  • E. Lee Zimmerman

    Agreed on LONGMIRE. Can’t give it enough love, though I’ll admit it had a few fairly-typical ‘first season’ mistakes where they dropped hints of things-to-come that never quite developed. However, all in all, it was a very solid summer program that deserves more notice when it returns.

  • GrandWazoo

    Longmire is awesome. I was so upset when I realized it was one of those shortened 10-episode first seasons. I want more!

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