The Borgia name isn’t just for Assassin’s Creed fans anymore. Find out more about this infamous family by watching the TV show!
With the help of IGN, Project S.E.R.A. is back in the form of a webseries on IGN’s new START YouTube Channel. While the internet is surely no stranger to zombie infused web content, Project S.E.R.A. brings quality direction and Freddie Wong quality gun play to the web. If this is what the future holds for web video, we’re all in for a very spoiled future
Tonight, The Science Channel presents an all new documentary titled Firefly: Bowncoats Unite that features all new interviews and footage from this summer’s Comic-Con. Use this documentary as exhibit-A when the new Firefly inevitably launches … one of these days.
Amazon is having a huge sale on all things Whedon today for the goldbox. I won't waste too much time since all you need is some sweet link action. Whedon Fire(fly) Sale!
How did I not see this until today? You're about to watch Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim, The Thing, Death Proof) utter a number of seemingly random phrases into the camera while speaking French. You will also probably find this…
This season of The Guild finds The Knights of Good in a unique situation, one of their own has a sweet job working on “The Game”, and we help but notice the parallels between the events of the series and Felicia Day’s own rise to power as the princess of the internet… Yes, the whole thing.
This is a short list of five things we’d love to see from Joss Whedon’s newly announced S.H.I.E.L.D. television series for ABC.
I remember writing a multi-part story in second grade about my magical robot wristwatch. The story was so strange and filled with raw imagination that my mother kept it for ages. Heck, it may still be in an envelope someplace in the bottom of a dresser. Kids have unfiltered and unsullied imaginations, and that imagination is what makes Geek and Sundry’s Written by a Kid so incredible. Actual stories written by actual kids are brought to life visually for our enjoyment.
We love what both Geek and Sundry and The Nerdist are doing for pop-culture. By highlighting creative and intelligent individuals that typically don’t get a ton of attention, Nerdist Industries lets people know that it’s okay to be an art nerd, or a science nerd. Nerdist lets you know that it’s totally okay to be exactly who or what you want to be.
The great thing about Nerd Appropriate (if I do say so myself) is that we come from a pretty diverse set of places. I play a decent amount of video games, but come nowhere near the epic amount of XBOX…
I hadn’t heard all that much about NBC’s new science fiction survival story “Revolution”, until earlier this week while recording our very own podcast. Revolution follows the adventures of a family attempting to survive in a world without order, law, or electricity. As with everything J.J. Abrams touches, there will inevitably be a vast and complicated conspiracy designed to stretch for multiple seasons
If this is sign of things to come in terms the level of quality of Hulu’s original programming, than we’re all in luck. The world of television changing for the better. It’s good to see that the days of wasted channels (the ocho) and junk-food television consumption are coming to an end. If more companies like Hulu and Netflix start to provide quality material like Battleground, we’re on the way to some real television Democracy… And that’s just awesome.