I understand they eventually will be releasing a new season.
Marvel has put out a new sizzle reel promoting the film releases for phase 4, with updated release dates, including some new footage from The Eternals (from Academy Award-winning director Chloé Zhao).
After last week’s Dearth, Comic-shows make a surge this week as the Legends of Tomorrow return with their season premier, as this season’s collection of baddies is introduced. Batwoman debates coming out. Black Lightning and his family open a new chapter after the disastrous end of last week. The Flash goes to court, fighting against real consequences for their actions. Supergirl has the second half of our trip to the past for Prom. (Personally, I think they may be trying for a second attempt at a backdoor pilot to a Young Supergirl series.) Across the pond, we have non-comic based Nevers, who use last week’s murder to advance their plans, while the Midwives don’t tell us what they are up to. Zoey’s stop listening to her playlist to go on a double date. The Handmaidens do a body good. On the Blacklist, Liz and her Taskforce work on finding N-13.
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Not all heroes wear capes. This week, we’re looking at Real-World Heroes trivia for our topic. We spend a lot of time talking about fictional heroes, but not enough time with the real ones. And we know we’ve seen some truly heroic people during the pandemic.