The newest edition to The CW’s superhero line-up, Black Lightning, is out this week along with the final season of The Mick, the latest from Tyler Perry, Stallone and Bautista teaming up for Escape Plan 2 and more are out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray.
The home of the Arrowverse only cancelled a few shows going into the Fall 2018 season and are bringing back two of their old shows, Roswell and Charmed, in addition to some new dramas and comedy.
Forced back into action when the criminal element of his hometown of Freeland grows out of control and threatens his family and the school where he’s principal, Jefferson Pierce uses his lightning powers as Black Lightning to keep the streets safe.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe discuss the 90th Academy Award nominees, the return of the XFL, Black Dynamite, old man heist movies, tons of new TV shows, the Mighty Ducks, Clue, Duke Nukem and much more.
The CW is adding a fifth DC show this fall with Black Lightning along with a reboot of Dynasty, military drama Valor and dramedy Life Sentence.
Unfortunatly, it’s not a joke that Stallone is leaving The Expendables, which is one of the biggest stories in this week’s News Shotgun along with Joss Whedon directing a Batgirl movie, True Detective may be coming back, Venom will be R rated and much more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay tribute to Bill Paxton, discuss the actual plot of La La Land, the weird sexual tension between Tom Keene and his mom on The Blacklist: Redemption, Hacksaw Ridge, the original Dirty Harry, the Nemesis system and much more.
The Batman finally confirms a director, Nightwing is getting is own movie, more additions to The Predator, a ton of TV premiere dates and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into Ninjago, the XFL, the new Halloween, mid-season TV, creepypasta, Slenderman, Training Day and more.
The casts of Cloak and Dagger and The Runaways were revealed, a new superhero coming to the Arrowverse, Ben Affleck no longer directing The Batman, Denis Villeneuve is officially taking a crack at Dune and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.