Lord of the Rings TV Series Invites You On an Unexpected Journey

Posted on Friday, February 15th, 2019 by Chris Evangelista Amazon’s very expensive Lord of the Rings TV series is still shrouded in mystery, but social media accounts for the show went live yesterday. And today, those accounts gave us our first official…something…from the series. It’s a map! And while J.R.R. Tolkien’s books were big on maps, this […]

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Alaskan Bush People: Season Nine Premiere Set for Discovery TV Series – canceled TV shows

Discovery is returning to the icy north. Recently, the network announced season nine of Alaskan Bush People will premiere in March. The docuseries follows the Browns, a family trying to survive and establish a homestead in the Alaskan wilderness. The new season will see the family “re-dedicate themselves to the life they love off-grid in the […]

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Umbrella Academy and Doom Patrol, reviewed and pondered

An expensive-looking mature-content superhero TV show based on a cultishly adored comic book: That’s unusual. Two expensive-looking mature-content superhero TV shows, based on two cultishly adored comic books, streaming on the same day: That’s unusual, maybe — or maybe the best trick the new mainstream ever pulled was pretending to look weird. The Umbrella Academy […]

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Explore the World of Amazon’s Lord of the Rings TV Series :: TV :: News :: Lord of the Rings :: Paste

Amazon Prime  Video’s Lord of the Rings TV series, like J.R.R. Tolkien before it, is starting with a map. We’ve heard next to nothing about the much-anticipated adaptation since its initial announcement in November 2017, after which reports indicated the project’s unprecedented scope, but the Prime Video show’s Twitter account has begun dispensing breadcrumbs as of […]

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7 edgy TV series to stream

Cape Town – Had enough of the lovey-dovey, cute-and-cuddly stuff? Today, it’s out with romance and in with risqué. Stream these steamy NSFW, adults-only shows this weekend – perfect for singletons and happily loved-up sick-making couples alike. 1. HBO’s Sally4Ever (Showmax) This is romance at its worst. In this cringe-worthy British comedy, an ordinary woman, […]

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