1) Check it Out! With Steve Brule (adult swim).
2) The Walking Dead (AMC).
3) Arrested Development (Used to be on FOX, now only on Netflix).
To be honest I liked Arrested Development a long time ago, I just didn't want to mention it here.
At the early time of that day,those little guys show up on NBC and told their feeling when they acted in Entourage finale season.Kevin Connolly tell the hostess Matt Lauer"We are cut."In august,2010,HBO claimed that Entourage season 8 is the finale season.
The main creator Doug Ellin showed that season 8 is his best and expect audience will have the same feeling.And he was pretty sure that Entourage dvd boxset was composing"We will finish it next 6 months."
Entourage tells a coffee movie star Vincent Chase and his three friends sneak into the entertainment and many funny stories happen.Most of the stories come from the ealiest experience of Mark Walberg.After finishing Entourage DVD,Entourage is HBO's long TV show just as Curb Your Enthusiasm.
By day he's a blood splatter pattern expert for the Miami Metro police department. But by night - he takes on an entirely different persona: serial killer.
I thought the episode was very interesting, but boring. It was mostly talk and less action. The pickup in October will probably be really good. Do you think Telford is dead? What about the unborn baby in the medical person (forgot her name)?
I've been using the clear QAM from Comcast to do my MythTV stuff. It seems that at the start of May, Comcast stopped pushing channels above 36 (the logical channel) over QAM. I can't get a full lock anymore.
Anyone else experiencing this? I'm pretty pissed if this is the case. I'll try rescanning with scte65scan, hopefully everything will sort itself out.
From Thread: Southland Fri Apr 30, 2010 10:49:34 PM
On TNT. Relatively new show, only in it's second season. Every episode has me on the edge of my seat with a fine blend of action and drama. Thus far I'm not bored with any one storyline like I am with most series' with ensemble casts. There hasn't been a single episode where I was like, aw shit. This one is centric on so-and-so. Great show, check it out.
I've only seen up to episode 5. I should probably pick it up on DVD. The first few episodes didn't really grab me, but then Battlestar Galactica probably raised my sci-fi expectations a little too high. I'll finish watching the 1st season and watch part of the 2nd to see if it gets any better. That happened to me with Sons of Anarchy, I was hooked by the 2nd episode.
its a very good action based drama show you can watch the first few episodes on hulu.com if you want. if your into plot twist, action, and stuff that makes you go hummm??? i wonder sometimes then you will like the show i give it a thumbs up good call on putn this one togather.
on a side note i believe it was first a comic before it was every a show havent done my research on it yet will get back to you on the details
IF you like halo and have not seen this yet then i am really sorry. It's a youtube . com but was made on machinima.
Here is a little somtihng on it
Arby 'n' the Chief is the sequel series to Jon Graham's smash hit, Master Chief Sucks at Halo. The series is a sitcom that follows the antics of Graham's two Halo 3 action figures, Master Chief and The Arbiter, as they play Halo 3 and argue about topics in video game pop culture.
When HaloBabies interviewed Graham and asked what inspired the characters, he replied; "Master Chief is the epitome of every illiterate, non-nonsensical idiot I've come across in the online world, and the Arbiter is basically a representation of me." As such, the two characters compose the classical double act structure, with Chief assuming the role of the "funny man" and Arbiter the role of the "straight man".
The series is well received among the machinima community for its sharp satire of gamer culture and its combination of both live-action and machinima elements.