The Case of Marco Polo

It’s always exciting when a show with a multicultural cast with a minority of white performers hits the screen – big or small, it’s rare enough that it’s always a treat. There comes a point, however, where viewers have to stop and ask whether the series is using the cast and setting as a smoke […]

Blade of Honor

A recent successful Kickstarter for the first episode of a new scifi series will soon bring Tim Russ, Richard Hatch, Alison Haislip, James Kyson, Aron Eisenberg, Brandon Stacy, and other great talent to a small screen near you.

Star Trek Returns to Its Shiny New Roots

Rumors of a new Star Trek television series based on J.J. Abrams’ rebooted films have been ghosting around the internet like fandom-driven poltergeists for a while now, screaming through forums and popping up in essentially every newsfeed known to geek-kind. As the project gained steam throughout development, the excitement only escalated. When the series got […]

NBC’s “Dracula”

Back in 2013, NBC dabbled in Steampunk, but if you blinked you might have missed it because the amazing show, Dracula, only ran for only ten episodes. In my humble opinion, the award for “Most Steampunk Television Show” has to go to this one because of the combination of punking a piece of classic literature from […]

Top Three Steampunk TV Shows

Yesterday we ran an article arguing that Warehouse 13 was the most steampunk TV ever . . . and of course there were many who responded with shows that they thought were even more steampunk . . . so we put a poll to our Facebook regulars to nominate and vote for their favorite steampunk TV show, […]

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