The Last Ship wrapped up after five seasons on TNT this past Sunday and Zach gives his thoughts on a consistently solid action drama that evolved from a viral outbreak thriller to a full-on war epic as the series progressed.
With Royal Pains ending this summer, it’s the end of an era for USA, as they’ve shifted their focus to darker and more dramatic series like the critically acclaimed Mr. Robot.
Most recently co-starring on The Last Ship, John Pyper-Ferguson has appeared on pretty much every major genre TV show since the mid-80’s, usually as a villain.
Appearing as one of the big bads recently on Justified and Burn Notice, Jere Burns has been guest starring on shows since the late 70’s.
Popping all over the place lately is Max Martini, usually playing some sort of bad ass like Jaeger pilot Herc Hansen in Pacific Rim.
Tons of movies and TV show trying to get out before Christmas with Elysium, The Lone Ranger, Kick Ass 2, Burn Notice and our Pick of the Week, Justified Season 4, just to name a few.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the powers, or lack there of, of a Ghost Cat, Bronson and his Family of Cops, action movie fight mismatches, the arms race of casting between Fast & Furious 7 and Expendables 3, Billy Zane’s poor criminal planning, Avatar and much more.
After seven years of spy tips, mojitos, clients and explosions, it all came down to last night’s, final episode of Burn Notice.
In the penultimate episode of Burn Notice, Michael is handed the keys to James’ organization and the power it will give him might cause him to lose his friends, who are desperate to get him out any way possible.
Gregg Henry has been a regular on a ton of TV shows since the 80’s and has appeared in movies like Slither, Super and Payback.