Pop Culture Cosmos Episode Twelve


On this week’s episode Josh and Gerald locate some of the best deals to look out for on Black Friday weekend. What’s a good value, what to avoid and what retailers are going all out this holiday season. Douglas Houghaboo from Retro City Games shares his thoughts on the best gaming experiences in 2016 and what titles you may not be aware of that might just meet your gaming fancy. Johnathan Ducote and Hunter Vogt from tvratingsguide.com stop by again to let us know what shows they believe may get the ax and what programs they are looking forward to in 2017. All this plus we highlight our picks for movies this holiday season and give you a taste of Wine Women and Words as they ladies share their thoughts on the Harry Potter universe. It’s another packed week here so sit back and relax…as we delve into the pop culture cosmos!


Pop Culture Cosmos Episode Eleven


On this week’s episode, Josh Pederson, author of Vendetta Dark and Gerald Glassford discuss  the upcoming Fantastic beasts and where to find them coming to theaters this week and ask if the series belongs within the Harry Potter universe. We get some early game of the year thoughts in as were talking some of the best in video gaming this year and what are some of the early ideas we have for pop culture gifts as we start to get ready for the holiday season. All this plus Gerald talks to Johnathan and Hunter with tvratingsguide.com as we change the channels on the current fall tv season. As Rob McCallum would say don’t touch that dial because it’s time to delve into…the pop culture cosmos! (1:01:52)


The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 326 – Farewell to Person of Interest

Earth Station One Ep 326
The battle of the supercomputers comes to an end in the fifth and final season of one of the most subversive shows on network television. Irrelevant numbers Mike, Mike, Drew Leiter, and the award-winning author Bobby Nash survey the conclusion and playback their favorite moments from the entire series. Plus, Timothy Price, Robert Scott Field, and Alan OW Barnes give us a glimpse into Big in Japan II and one of them ends up in the Geek Seat! All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, Geek Girl’s Take, and Shout Outs!
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The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Scifi News for 6/04/16 and 7 Season Finale Reviews

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Returning with a vengeance, I, The Monster, took the podcast one step further. Aside from the regular 3 news items I normally talk week to week, I’ve added 7 season finale reviews. Before I do that, what are the BIG 3 scifi news stories that I will be talking about?

  1. Thor 3 looks to have elements of Planet Hulk
  2. Star Trek Beyond 2nd trailer and CBS drops lawsuit against Axanar
  3. New director for The Flash solo movie

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The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Scifi News For 2/10/2016


SCIFI NEWS FOR THIS WEEK IS BACK WITH A VENGEANCE!!! Right as I was going to record my show, there was news about a new Battlestar Galactica movie for the big screen. Being a BSG fan, I had to throw in my two cents on the matter.

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Next on Earth Station One…

Next on ESO.. Person of InterestNext week, the ESO crew becomes a Person of Interest as they investigate rumors of a mysterious machine that spies on us every hour of every day. Hunted by the authorities, we work in secret. You’ll never find us, but victim or perpetrator, if your number’s up…ESO will find you. If that wasn’t enough, the ESO crew will also take a look at Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Syfy’s Fangasm. Plus, we’ll also have the usual assortment of Rants and Raves, Khan Report, interviews, The Geek Seat, Shout Outs, and so much more.

ESO wants to hear from you. What did you think of Person of Interest, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and/or Fangasm? We’d love to hear from you at esopodcast@gmail.com, www.esonetwork.com, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. We love hearing from you. Who knows, we might just read yours on the show.

TV review: CBS’ ‘Elementary’ can’t quite escape from ‘Sherlock’s’ shadow

By Ashley Bergner/Box Office Buzz

I’ll admit I was somewhat skeptical about CBS’ modern-day take on Sherlock Holmes. The show, which is called “Elementary,” premiered last night and features Holmes as an ex-Scotland Yard consultant who’s living in New York City. Regardless of what CBS officials might say, it’s clear this show is (right or wrong) an attempt to take advantage of the famous literary detective’s recent spike in popularity. The concept of CBS’ show is fairly similar to the BBC’s “Sherlock,” which is set in modern-day London and stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Holmes.

As an avid fan of “Sherlock,” I was afraid “Elementary” was simply an attempt to “Americanize” the BBC show. Still, I tried watch “Elementary’s” pilot as objectively as possible and judge it based on its own merits. However, I have to confess the pilot fell just a little bit flat for me. It’s different enough from “Sherlock” that it unfortunately doesn’t share the BBC show’s strengths, and yet it’s similar enough that it can’t escape from “Sherlock’s” shadow. Continue reading “TV review: CBS’ ‘Elementary’ can’t quite escape from ‘Sherlock’s’ shadow” »

Get ready for the CBS Holmes series that pissed off Steven Moffat

Are we ready for the American Sherlock HolmesBy Trent Moore, Source: Blastr.com

Ever since the BBC hit it out of the park with its awesome, modern-day reimagining of Sherlock, the classic detective has become a much hotter property on the small screen. The folks at CBS have been trying to get in on the action for a while now, and developed their own Holmes reimagining Elementary in the meantime. So did the U.S. edition of Sherlock Holmes make the schedule?

Why yes, it’s Elementary, my dear Watson: CBS has decided to pick up the modern-day detective series for a season order. The series stars Jonny Lee Miller (Eli Stone) as Sherlock, Lucy Liu as a lady-version of Watson, with Aidan Quinn (Prime Suspect) signed on in a recurring role. Continue reading “Get ready for the CBS Holmes series that pissed off Steven Moffat” »

‘Jericho’ to be revived by Netflix?

Jericho coming to Netflix??? MaybeBy Morgan Jeffery , Source: Digital Spy

Netflix is in talks with CBS to revive cult drama Jericho.

The series – which starred Skeet Ulrich and Lennie James – followed the residents of the fictional town of Jericho, Kansas, as they struggle to survive in the aftermath of nuclear attacks on the US. Continue reading “‘Jericho’ to be revived by Netflix?” »

“Jericho” Gets a Season 4 from IDW in July

Jericho is back for Series 4by: CBR News Team Editor, Source: CBR.com

The CBS television series “Jericho” debuted in 2006, and detailed the story of Jericho, Kansas following a major nuclear attack on the United States. Despite being beloved by fans, CBS canceled the series after its first season. After CBS received more than 40,000 pounds of nuts from motivated fans, the network reversed its decision to cancel “Jericho” and the series gained a second lease on life. While the show was canceled after a seven-episode second season.

Things looked bleak, until the series received a renewal of sorts — a comic book designed to act as the show’s third season. Originally published by Devil’s Due, IDW Publishing took over the rights and finished out the series. Now, IDW has announced that “Jericho” lives again, with “Jericho: Season Four” on the way in July from writer Kalinda Vazquez and artist Andrew Currie. The series features covers by Tim Bradstreet, and, like “Season Three” will be overseen by the show’s writers. Continue reading ““Jericho” Gets a Season 4 from IDW in July” »