Creators:: William Moulton Marston, Stanley Ralph Ross
Cast: Lynda Carter, Lyle Waggoner, Tom Kratochvil
Assuming the secret identity of Yeoman Diana Prince (Carter), works for Major Steve Trevor (Waggoner) in Army Intelligence. But when trouble threatens, she goes into action with her great strength, bulletproof bracelets, and her magic lasso of truth. So spies, saboteurs, and schemers beware, because Wonder Woman is here.
I remember this series back in the days, I was in this family where this boy about 10 years old used to watch it religiously every week even the reruns. He could get enough of it. He might have a crush for Lynda Carter. Watching the show is I noticed the preponderance of female villains Wonder Woman battles, from the spy mistress Baroness Von Gunther to Fausta, the Nazi Wonder Woman, to the trainer of that Nazi gorilla. You even get Wonder Girl, Wonder Woman’s kid sister, played by Debra Winger. The show was female dominated here and for cause, nothing wrong with that it is a nice pace a change. Lynda Carter was doing her own stunts what they allow her to do, she also, has a double for the one that was more complicated and dangerous. Linda fits the role beautifully well. It is a fun series to watch, it brings back memories.
Creator: Lorenzo Semple Jr., William Dozier
Cast: Adam West, Burt Ward, Alan Napier
The fans of Batman are in mourning: the unforgettable Adam West, interpreter of the hero in the series cult and kitsch “Batman” of the Sixties and film “Batman” died this june 9th of leukemia. He was 88 years old. RIP Adam.
During three TV seasons, broadcast between 1966 and 1968 on the ABC channel and a movie at the cinema, the American actor incarnated his hero which the series became cult. In 2016, Adam West had agreed to resume his role for an episode for the series Big Bang Theory which celebrated its 200th episode. Most recently, the actor had lent his voice to the pilot of the Powerless series. Throughout his career, West had repeatedly taken over his Batman character, notably for Batman or Tarzan animated series, or the return of the Caped Crusaders, released last year. Of course he has done other roles in movies.
When I first came to the US in the 70’s a teenager that I knew was watching this all the time. He so loved this series. I did do. Back then ti was the coolest thing. The series now is remastered on Blue ray DVD which I am going to get. The duo had chemistry on-screen. In different episode you will see the Joker (Cesar Romero), the Penguin (Burgess Meredith), the Riddler (Frank Gorshin), and the seductive Catwoman (Julie Newmar). The series became a success and very quickly became cult. Terrific series here to be seen over and over. Thank you for entertain us all those years Adam.
Creators: Damon Lindelof, Tom Perrotta
Cast: Justin Theroux, Amy Brenneman, Christopher Eccleston
This spooky series where a 140 millions people just vanished off the earth like babies, lawyers, drunks, thieves, surgeons, murderers, grandmothers, bartenders, celebrities and even the pope. Where did they go?
Three years after 2 percent of the world’s population disappeared, a lots of people believe it was an act of God, but nobody has any answers. Some churches close, and new cults form, including one called Guilty Remnant, whose followers wear white, take a vow of silence and chain smoke. Too funny there why I am not surprise and what is up the chain-smoking they have nothing to look forward to ,so why not catch cancer. Most survivors just try to get back to normal, but some how the cult will not let them forget.
“The Leftovers” has an intriguing premise that is intelligently and well presented. There are a lot of series with fantasy theme here those days and I think that is where we are going . But is France going to follow the trend most of the time it does not happen. Well will see. there is something that is unexplained in this series but maybe by second season we’ll know more. well do not miss this one.
Creators: Michael D. Fuller, Graham Gordy
Cast: Logan Marshall-Green, Jodi Balfour, Damon Herriman, Peter Mullan
Cinemax here has done it again“Quarry” is torrid pulp storytelling and sweaty with original flavour, and yes it is fun as hell.
Quarry is the nickname of the story’s antihero, who just returned from Vietnam named Mac Conway (Logan Marshall-Green) who was implicated in a My Lai-like massacre. Spit on by protesters at the Memphis airport, rejected by his father and unable to find a job, he somehow finds himself working as a hit man for a mysterious boss called the Broker (Peter Mullan). The series is based on a series of novels by Max Allan Collins. The director Greg Yaitanes’s artfully composed Southern landscapes to go with the violence and his characters. The series gets just a little while to get started and then let the sex, gunfight, fist fight, couples fighting and bullet flying begin. The series fits the bill with PTSD-themed, post-Vietnam crime dramas and does it works here. It is well written as well as the costume with the cars and the scenery are as near perfect as it can be. And yes there is an explosive ending where you are going to say what the f–k! awesome. Is there an other season I do not know if there is please let me know.
Creator: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Cast: K.J. Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes
In a small town life is almost perfect at Riverdale until a teenager disappears plus Riverdale has a facade well a little strange even weird but wholesome to a certain extant.
Here is the new high school noir from the Archie comic books franchise. It is steamy, weird a little gossip in there as well as wholesome notes much but it is there it fells like twin peaks. The familiar characters are back, as are landmarks like Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe. On the inside the town fells like this squeaky clean that is hiding decay, corruption and secrets.
Jason Blossom (Trevor Stines), who disappeared while going out in the woods with his girl twin sister Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch). Archie (K. J. Apa) — an aspiring musician with six-pack abs — witnessed a key bit of evidence but can’t talk because of the circumstances (see the series). Ms. Grundy (Sarah Habel), now a sultry knockout. Veronica Lodge (Camila Mendes), the super hot rich girl, is coming from Manhattan whose father is in jail for fraud. Kevin Keller (Casey Cott), a gay student. Well you have at least to put in the gay student now days it is the hip thing to do. Then you have the mayor, the principal and the girl group Josie and the Pussycats which I love the great name for an all African-American band. The malt shop is still in business, but the drive-in is closing down. If you have not guess yet the story has been reinvented. It has also a feel of blue velvet here as well. It is fine series here especially for teenagers who will talk about it after school or on their cell phone or social networks. The all thing works here to the costume, the design, even the casting stand out. Have fun with this one and enjoy it for what it is .
Creator: Scott Buck
Cast: Finn Jones, Jessica Henwick, Jessica Stroup
Danny Rand (Finn Jones), who returns to New York City despite being presumed dead for 15 years after a plane carrying him and his parents crashed in the Himalayas. The young Rand is the only survivor who was adopted by monks from a mystical dimension called K’un-Lun, where he was trained in martial arts.
So when we meet him he tries to return in the corporate world where his father left off because the plane crash. If you ever seen Arrows the same thing almost his boat sank, the lost of his father and the daughter. Olivier was on an island got trained and came back with the list of his father of people he should out to jail. There are similarities here. Og course here Danny has learned new sills like martial arts. The thing is that the it is missing something here it is not moving as well as the others. But it is watchable. But they have to speed it up on the second season here or otherwise it is going to sink. Danny here does not want the money but wants to reconcile with the family that he has left. Plus he wants to teach others. He is trying to make friends but it is not going to be easy. The other cast members works well here. Well we are going to see it holds for next year.
Creators: David Guggenheim
Cast: Kiefer Sutherland, Natascha McElhone, Adan Canto
During the annual State of the Union speech, one member of the administration is chosen to stay behind at a safe location in case an attack wipes out the rest of the government. This has never happened so the writers said to themselves what if?
Tom Kirkman (Kiefer Sutherland) is the outgoing Secretary of Housing and Urban Development but disaster strikes, Tom is quickly sworn in as leader of the states and yes there are people who thinks he can do the job others not so much. Seth Wright (Kal Penn), a speech writer that does not think the new guy has what it takes. Nor do any of the military leaders and is understandable here the military people wants to find out who did this to the country and strike but the new guy thinks we should make sure who did this then strike. So there is going to be conflict here. Yes it is an intelligent script here and works well. Tom here is not military he wants the people who did that behind bars but he has to make sure who did it. He is the brain of this investigation, the military the muscle. The thing is the show is moving a little quickly I am not sure if it is a good idea but it is still watchable. the cast however is just fine Natascha McElhone as Tom’s wife, Alex, Italia Ricci as Tom’s aide, Emily, Adan Canto as the new president’s, well, tutor seems appropriate though isn’t entirely accurate, Aaron, LaMonica Garrett as a Secret Service agent, Mike, and Maggie Q as an FBI agent, Hannah. voila have fun.