Fox’s highly anticipated Batman prequel is here as a rookie Jim Gordon and his partner, Harvey Bullock, investigate the murder of the Waynes, and other crimes, on the streets of Gotham City.
Evil seems to have the upper hand on the upcoming second season of Sleepy Hollow as the Horsemen of Death and War move closer to unleashing the Apocalypse and only Ichabod Crane and Detective Abbie Mills can stop them.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the onslaught of TV news, including talking about all the new shows from the big four networks, the return of 24, Arnold’s favorite Troma movies, the psychological toll of Vampire’s Kiss, Norm Macdonald as a Vampire Dog and much more.
ABC’s big gun is Agents of SHIELD but they also have eleven other shows in the pipeline including Christian Slater and Steve Zahn in Mind Games and a bunch of comedies.
Fox is betting big on procedurals and star powered comedies this Fall with shows like the Andy Samberg starring cop comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine and the futuristic cop show starring Karl Urban, Almost Human.
NBC unveiled their new shows after they did a mass cancelling of almost all their comedies and a bunch of their dramas. The strongest of their new shows seems to be The Blacklist, with James Spader as a Hannibal Lecteresque criminal/terrorist.
This week Zach, Chris and Brian talk about Chuck Norris, terrible video game movies, Contagion, tons of 80’s movie news, preview this Fall’s new TV and much more on this historic 75th episode of the Everything Actioncast.
This week the whole gang of Zach, Brian, Joe and Chris are here to pay tribute to the Macho Man, figure out if Dreamworks can ever compete with Pixar, see what new TV shows are coming out this fall and much more.
CBS doesn’t have anything too spectacular in the pipeline for the Fall, but one possible stand out is Person of Interest, starring Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson and produced by JJ Abrams and Jonathan Nolan.
Continuing this week’s onslaught of new TV show news, we highlight a couple of ABC’s offerings this fall including the fairytale based Once Upon a Time and the reboot of Charlie’s Angels.