Check out the news of Dark on Netflix, HBO's decision on when GoT last season is premiering, a new Stargate show, sort of, and CBS has broadened the venues of how to get to their new streaming service.
Netflix gave their foreign horror show, Dark, a second season nod.
Micro TV review:
I have been watching it, but the voice-over work is killing it for me. It's a great story, but to have bland voice-overs in a padded room dubbed in various scenes, like indoor, outdoor, action scenes and what not is distracting. To have action scenes peppered with monotone voice-over work is starting to bug me just a wee bit.
I don't think I'll be getting through the entire season, but hey, you never know.
HBO made it official in that they're f*ing with our patience, after having announced that the final (SHORT) season of Game of Thrones is not returning until 2019. Which means we will have forgotten all of about everything we've seen and it will be the shortest "new feeling" show ever, on cable when it does return.
We're only getting six episodes, but thinking it will placate us, they'll be longer than average episodes.
Ug... just ug. It sucks to wait for the next season, and it extra sucks to have to wait two seasons. Not to mention I can't wait to see all the catch-up TV marathons and preview shows HBO will pump out just before.
If you're a Stargate fan, Stargate Origins, will air exclusively on the digital Stargate Command channel/service, debuting on Thursday, Feb. 15.
It's a prequel to the Stargates we know, featuring a young Katherine Langford, who will be played by Ellie Gall. Katherine is the daughter of the man who originally discovered the Stargate in the franchise.
CBS's All Access streaming service can now be accessed via any Samsung Smart TV. The models include Tizen models issued in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
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