Last week, Netflix announced that Fuller House season 5 would be the Full House spinoff's final season at the streamer. While this news may prove devastating only to audiences who've been tuning in since the revival was first announced in 2015, it may also be indicative of something else. In fact, the beginning of the end of Fuller House may signal the end of the current TV show revival that it helped to create. With Fuller House season 5, are TV revivals over? Roughly five years ago, TV show revivals were the talk of the town in the entertainment industry. It wasn't the first time that popular programs had been rebooted or spun off years after their initial demise, of course, for the history of broadcast and cable television is rife with such instances. But this was the first time that streamers like Netflix were getting involved, which caught the attention of networks hoping to stay relevant in a changing media landscape. Mere months after Netflix finally confirmed the longstanding … [Read more...] about Is the TV revival trend finally over?
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President Donald Trump. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images This was the week that President Donald Trump finally went too far. Our transgressor-in-chief overdid it, as was bound to happen eventually. His hardline on immigration, which did so much to get him elected two years ago, galvanizing voters while horrifying elites, blew up in the president’s face when images went public of migrant children separated from their parents by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.The images were heart-wrenching, depicting little kids—many on the run from El Salvador, one of the world’s most violent societies—detained apart from their parents while their refugee claims are adjudicated by ICE. This was part of Trump’s promised “get tough” approach to enforcing our southern border, but separating more than 2,000 children from their parents turned out to be more than many Republicans bargained for.Images of kids in cages went viral with celerity, egged on by … [Read more...] about Liberal Nazi Hysteria Is Helping Trump Bigly
So last week was a crazy week… and I am starting this one already behind. This Week’s Roundup Includes: The Local Kickstarters Comic Book Television show Recaps Marvel’s Jessica Jones (Netflix) and Legion -Season 2 (FX) Picks & Pulls — THE LOCAL This Saturday is Free Comic Book Day … More details on local happenings later this week — The Washington Ave branch of the Albany Public Library is holding a Comic Caption Contest (For ages 6 – 17) this week. Stop by the branch to pick up your personalized caption sheet, turn in for a chance to win a graphic novel. Winners choosen at the end of the week. I was working on a Primer about the Infinity Stones in anticipation of the Avengers: Infinity War (part 1) hitting theaters and as I was just about done with it, I lost the entire thing to a computer glitch, so I am considering if it is worth it to try and reconstruct it…we shall see. – For those wondering about the … [Read more...] about Weekly Roundup: April 30 – May 6, 2018
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Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest John McCain's 2000 presidential run saw challenges, 'ugly' politics Arizona Sen. John McCain's long-shot 2000 presidential campaign against George W. Bush saw a straight-talk strategy and "ugly" campaign tactics. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Register your digital access. John McCain: The 'Maverick' runs for president Then-Republican presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., addresses a rally at the Navajo Nation Veterans Memorial Park on Aug. 27, 1999, in Window Rock. Mike Fiala/Associated Press John McCain: The 'Maverick' runs for … [Read more...] about John McCain’s 2000 presidential run saw challenges, ‘ugly’ politics