1. Julie D says:

    Also, alongside Agents of Shield we’re getting Agent Carter as a side-show.

  2. Hannah says:

    Legend of Korra: Change (Season 3) has been particularly excellent. It’s moved to online (the story got a little more intense than a kid’s show), but the finale is this Friday. Which is a relief, because the last episode was the worst cliffhanger!

    • sparksofember says:

      I didn’t know season 3 was so far along! We got rid of Dish and Hulu has not done the greatest job of reminding us when new episodes air. Grr!

  3. Becky says:

    I love Agents of Shield! I can’t wait to see where they take the storyline. In general, I prefer speculative fiction shows to most others on television . . . especially the unending lineup of monotonous crime dramas.

  4. Tim Frankovich says:

    Warehouse 13 and Eureka have both ended.

     

    You also left off Arrow and Constantine. And I know there’s one or two more, at least. I saw a longer list a few days ago, but I can’t remember where and what I’m forgetting.

    Oh, duh… Person of Interest! One of the best ongoing shows out there. Highly speculative in its premise involving AI.

  5. sparksofember says:

    I really liked ABC’s The Neighbors and am very disappointed it was canceled. My husband & I were also enjoyed Almost Human but it went the same way as The Neighbors. Needless to say, our opinion of quality tv and the networks has gone downhill. We’ve tried a few other shows (like Agents of Shield) but we get frustrated at the boundary pushing. We just finished a rewatch of our collection of Star Gate: Atlantis and decided we’re going to get rid of it – they always ruin a good show by going too far with a few episodes.

    I think I prefer books and tv series – when the story is really good, I like the ongoing nature rather than movies which are shorter and not as far-reaching. Plus the recent trend of nonstop action and mayhem annoys me. (I did love the recent adaptation of Ender’s Game and put the book on my must-read list as a result!)

     

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