Who shot L.L.?
January 28, 2003
Who shot L.L.?
January 21, 2003
The ads say Lex has finally turned. I’d say he’s paused to look at his options, but he hasn’t set a firm course yet.
January 14, 2003
Smallville is back for the first of seven new episodes.
January 7, 2003
Christopher Reeve will be on Smallville during February sweeps, according to this Variety article. You need to pay for a subscription to read the entire article, though.
December 9, 2002
TV Shows on DVD has the skinny; Warner Bros. is speeding up production on the Babylon 5 DVD sets, and will include more extras in each season. Also, they’ll be putting out the first season of Smallville on March 18. I really need a paying job again; between these, the next season or two of Buffy, the first season or two of Angel, the continuing X-Files sets, and the release of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, 2003 will be an expensive year. That’s not counting the releases of Daredevil, X-Men 2, Hulk, LOTR: The Two Towers, Matrix 2, and possibly Matrix 3 either.
November 26, 2002
Lionel Luthor is starting to compete with Spike for the title of “greatest character on television.”
November 19, 2002
We’ve seen Zachary Ty Brian on Buffy and Jonathan Taylor Thomas on Smallville. Any bets on Taran Noah Smith appearing on a Fox show this season?
November 12, 2002
If you haven’t seen the episode yet, watch it before reading further. I tried to keep this review spoiler free, but there are some things that you don’t even want a hint of.
November 5, 2002
Things are really starting to make sense.