Tons of stuff out this week (unlike last week) including our Pick of the Week, Mad Men Season Six along with a bunch of complete TV series and anniversary editions.
AMC dropped a bunch of news about their big three shows, the casting arms race between Fast & Furious and Expendables intensified, we may be getting another Marvel TV show and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
TNT might finally have a show to rival the best of the best with the Frank Darabont produced crime drama, Mob City, which follows the LAPD’s battle with the mob in the 1940’s.
The Emmy nominations were announced and they actually show some progressiveness by instantly recognizing Netflix as a competitor with multiple nominations for House of Cards and ending the stranglehold of Modern Family on the comedy categories.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the greatness of Commando and Raiders of the Lost Ark, try to figure out what the after credits scene will be in Man of Steel, if James Wan will incorporate any supernatural elements into Fast & Furious 7, the surprisingly not awfulness of John Carter and much more.
Spartacus reached the end of it’s epic journey this past weekend and with a brilliant final episode, it cemented itself as the equal of any of the more critically acclaimed shows currently on, like Game of Thrones, Mad Men, etc.
Mad Men is back for it’s sixth season this Sunday and AMC has a helpful video to let you know where we left off (which you can also refresh yourself on by reading all of Brian’s “Have a Seat” articles)
JJ Abrams is directing Star Wars Episode VII! …and some other news as well this week in the News Shotgun.
The phenomenal fifth season of Mad Men is our pick of the week this week along with a bunch of other new releases.
The full list of last night’s 2012 Emmy Awards winners, which included a shake up in the Drama categories by a scrappy newcomer.