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Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere Deserves a Peak TV Upgrade read full article at worldnews365.me

In this realm, an Earl literally holds court at the Earl’s Court tube station, black friars are indeed in residence beneath the area known as Blackfriars, and the Angel, Islington is an actual angel. (Among many, many other things.) Full of larger-than-life characters and fascinating settings, it’s somehow still a …

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Shadow and Bone Fans Won’t Get to See the Best Part Now read full article at worldnews365.me

Fans of the Grishaverse already know exactly what I’m talking about—and they’ve been counting down to this moment ever since it was announced that Shadow and Bone would also incorporate characters from Barduo’s Six of Crows series. The Ice Court heist is one of the most iconic storylines in the entire …

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 2 Episode 10 Review – Hegemony read full article at worldnews365.me

The hour also ends in Strange New Worlds’ first real cliffhanger, a choice that’s almost guaranteed to immediately draw (likely unfavorable) comparisons between this episode and The Next Generation season 3 finale “The Best of Both Worlds.” In The Next Generation, Riker is forced to make the decision to fire …

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 2 Episode 6 Review – Lost in Translation read full article at worldnews365.me

Admittedly, I also loved the sly way the episode does manage to stay canon-compliant, giving Pike a temporary fleet command because that’s the only fact we actually know about Kirk’s first meeting with him. This show is truly run by incredible nerds and I love it so much. Happily, nothing …

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 2 Episode 3 Review — Kirk Is Back! read full article at worldnews365.me

As someone whose been fairly wary of Strange New Worlds’ decision to introduce a younger version of Kirk, I’ll admit to being pleasantly surprised by Wesley. Admittedly, I was firmly Team Stefan during the actor’s time on The Vampire Diaries, so I’m already predisposed to like the guy, but I’ll …

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 2 Episode 2 Review – Ad Astra Per Aspera read full article at worldnews365.me

There’s a certain corner of the internet that seems to be rather frequently (and loudly) inclined to lament the idea that Star Trek has somehow “gone woke” in the past five years, as though Gene Roddenberry’s original vision of a better tomorrow wasn’t always explicitly about the idea of infinite …

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 2 Episode 1 Review – The Broken Circle  read full article at worldnews365.me

And maybe we haven’t talked enough about what an absolute gift Ethan Peck is as a performer, or the intriguing ways he and Strange New Worlds have worked to differentiate his Spock from both Leonard Nimoy’s and Zachary Quinto’s versions of the character. But he’s consistently a wonder to watch—his …

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Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode 10 Review – The Last Generation read full article at worldnews365.me

From Picard’s choked-up inability to express what his Number One has meant to him over the course of their lives together, to Riker’s wordless telepathic goodbye to Deanna and Geordi’s wonder at Data’s enthusiastic embrace of the new emotions he’s only now finally experiencing, these are all moments that carry …

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Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode 8 Review – Surrender read full article at worldnews365.me

Thankfully, unlike “Dominion” last week, “Surrender” has enough other stuff going on that it’s a whole lot easier to overlook the clunky bits. A welcome reunion between Riker and Troi while imprisoned aboard Vadic’s Shrikeˆbrings the pair full circle emotionally, allowing them both a chance to finally work through some …

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Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode 7 Review – Dominion  read full article at worldnews365.me

Yet, it somehow appears that Section 31’s secret experiments on Changeling prisoners of war (called Project Proteus) are precisely what seems to have helped them evolve into beings that can mimic human genetic material in new and undetectable ways in the first place, the same abilities that are now essentially …

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