A show that I recently caught up on and finished, unexpectedly, was The Mayor. It was a short little show got canceled after 13 episodes. It had highlights here and there, but it was … cringy. There were many times that I paused the show, and walked away. For a while actually. If you are looking for a political commentary with some comedy highlights, this is probably not for you. Earlier on there were plenty of bazingas concerning current events, but they fall flat after that. All of the characters, in my opinion, were good but weren’t used to their potential. Also, when a protagonist makes the same, exact mistake over and over again, the conflicts become boring really fast. If the protagonist made new mistakes, I would probably understand the show not being canceled. To me, there was no growth of characters to make them rememberable. Any lessons to be learned were immediately lost, which was especially noticed by someone who binge-watches shows often instead of keeping up to date. It was just too much of a drag to even try to keep up to date. I honestly can’t say that I was surprised by the canceling of this show. I would say give this show a change, but I would not be surprised if you stop somewhere in the middle.
A movie that I have been super excited to see has recently come out, and it was everything that I could have hoped for. Actually, it could have done one thing and it would have been perfect. I’m talking about Psych: The Movie. If you haven’t guessed, the one thing that could have made it better was my favorite character, Lassie. I missed him so much. They did this CGI Lassie that was pretty noticeable, but it was enjoyable none-the-less. It felt like no time had passed between the original show and this movie. All of the chemistry was still there and had some of the jokes that everyone loves. They brought back some of the best villains for small cameos. *Insert fangirl squeal* I would really love for the writers and producers to do something else similar to this. I would greatly enjoy it. Anyone who loved the original show will love this. It’s also on the USA website, so you don’t have to pay to watch it. I would definitely suggest supporting this movie. It was beautiful, and I really want more.
Before the start of the newer show/season, I thought it would be a great idea to rewatch the original. It took me a while, but I thought it would be great since I didn’t really have much of a memory of it, though I do remember a couple of episodes here and there. It started out really well. The first two season were really good, followed but a couple of mediocre seasons. I would definitely call the final season my favorite. Of all the characters, I would say that Karen is my favorite character. She is slightly mean (insert sarcasm), but you know deep down that she would anything for her friends. Some of the many things that I didn’t like about the show include Will and Grace being self-absorbed at times where they really shouldn’t be, making fun of moments and things that really weren’t funny, and exclamations of the f-word. At this point, I’m fairly confident that my uncomfortableness of some moments is because of how things are now versus how things were then. The audience was laughing at things at I just was uncomfortable with and couldn’t really understand. At other times, I was amazed that Will and Grace’s friendship stood up against some of the things that they did to each other. That aside, I’m excited and scared for this new season. I hope that everything is updated for the times, the chemistry is still there, and they don’t ruin the great ending that the original series had. I’m crossing my fingers for the foursome.
In the world of No Game No Life, life is just that: a game. There is no war and no violence; everything is decided on by games. Also, different races of creatures. Just what the sibling duo called “Blank” likes it. (They’re not in a relationship. I think. … I’m pretty sure. … Just ignore it.) The entire time you are rooting for these two as they seem to get themselves into situations that seem impossible to get out of alive. It also has you scratching your head at the complexity of everything. Also, there is lots of fan service. You have been warned. Also, there may or may not be a second season or a movie coming out for it. Nothing has really been confirmed, but let me know if anyone has heard anything.