Now why would such a counter like this exist? Glad you asked. DC comics has been making a lot of decisions that don’t make sense to a lot of us and some that down right piss the internet off. This week was no exception with two big examples of DC doing something stupid.
Batwoman is not allowed to get married because Heroes aren’t supposed to be happy.
Stop being stupid DC! We really do want to like you, but you make it so hard for us sometimes!
Upcoming Fall TV Pilots
There are over 50 new shows coming to TV this fall and many are doomed to fail. Here is our list of shows that we think you need to give an extra good look at this year.
1. Sleepy Hollow (FOX)
a. Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) partners with Sleepy Hollow’s sheriff (Nicole
Beharie) to solve the mysteries of a town ravaged by the battle between good and
evil. Fringe’s Alex Kurtzman andRoberto Orci will write and executiveproduce.
Orlando Jones and Katia Winter will also star.John Cho will guest-star.
c. September 16, 2013 (Monday)
2. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC)
a. Based on Marvel Universe’s fictional and secret law-enforcement agency.
Avengers’ Joss Whedon, Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen will write and
executive-produce. Clark Gregg will reprise his Avengers role, joined by Ming-Na,
Brett Dalton, Elizabeth Henstridge, Ian De Caestecker and Chloe Bennet.
c. September 24, 2013 (Wednesday)
3. The Goldbergs (ABC)
a. A multigenerational, dysfunctional Wonder Years set in simpler times, inspired by
Adam F. Goldberg’s own experience growing up in the ’80s in a screwed-up but
loving family, includingWendi McLendon-Covey, Jeff Garlin, George Segal and
Hayley Orrantia. Breaking In’s Goldberg will write and executive-produce. Darien
Provost, Sean Giambrone and Troy Gentile will also star.
c. September 24, 2013 (Wednesday)
4. The Tomorrow People (CW)
a. Based on the U.K. series of the same name, it’s the story of several young people —
Peyton List, Robbie Amell, Luke Mitchell and Aaron Yoo, among them — from
around the world who represent the next stage in human evolution, possessing
special powers like teleportation and telepathy. They work together to defeat the
forces of evil. Chuck’s Phil Klemmer will write and executive-produce with The
Vampire Diaries’ Julie Plec and Arrow’s Greg Berlanti. Mark Pellegrino and
Madeleine Mantock will also star.
c. October 9, 2013 (Thursday)
5. Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (ABC)
a. The Wonderland-set Once Upon a Time spin-off is told through the eyes of Alice
(Sophie Lowe), who has a generous heart, but carries the scars of a long and hard
life. Once producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz will write and executiveproduce
alongside Jane Espenson, Zack Estrin and Steve Pearlman. Emma Rigby,
Michael Socha, Peter Gadiot andPaul Reubens will also star.
c. October 10, 2013 (Thursday)
6. Almost Human (FOX)
a. This action-packed buddy cop show is set in a future in which LAPD officers like
John Kennex (Karl Urban) are partnered with highly evolved human-like androids
like Dorian (Michael Ealy). Fringe’s J.H. Wyman, who will write, will reteam with
Lost’s J.J. Abrams andBryan Burk as executive producers. Minka Kelly, Lili
Taylor, Mackenzie Crook, Mekia Cox andMichael Irby will also star.
c. November 4, 2013 (Monday)
Like we said folks, there are over 50 new shows coming at us this Fall so there is bound to be something for everyone, just make sure to check out these 6. Happy TV viewing!
3. Battlestar Galactica
4. The Venture Brothers
1. South Park
There it is ladies and gentlemen, our 5×5. Do yo agree? Do you hate us for what we picked? Let us know either here or on our twitter or facebook!