The summer shows continue, leaving it questionable how long we will have new content before the studios Corona-related shut-downs leave us begging for anything that isn’t a re-run. Luckily, this is an age where almost the full total of classic sci-fi is available to catch up on while waiting this out. In non-genre shows, Perry Mason has returned to the television screens, in a very HBO, not-family-friendly prequel to the first television legal drama. In his second episode, we get finally get some of Orphan Black’s Tatiana. This is set in the 1930s, which makes it easy to confuse it for Penny Dreadful’s City of Angels, but luckily that is wrapping up its season with some racially motivated riots. If you were hoping for some Delightfully Colorful heroism, Stargirl has you covered as the new Justice Society learns to work as a team, and the Doom Patrol has sex. Across the aisle to the other comic behemoth, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. race against clock in a 70s spy drama. The rogue FBI team discover they have a mole on Blindspot. If you are just looking for some toy-based adult humor, Robot Chicken has two new episodes for you, as well.
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