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‘Supergirl’-‘Flash’-‘Arrow’-‘Legends’ Crossover Review: CW’s Latest Team-Up Strongest & Most Ambitious Yet — Deadline

The big cross over event has that the CW has talked about has begun. Based loosely on a three issue limited series from DC comics. The books were published in January, February and March of 1989. Written by Keith Giffen and Bill Mantlo and art by Todd McFarlana (issues 1-2) and Bart Sears (issue 3). If you want to get a better idea of INVASION story line get the trade from your local brick and mortar shop or on line at Amazon

Starting tonight on the midseason finale of Supergirl and continuing for most of the week on The Flash, Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the latest and biggest superhero crossover yet on the CW is its best so far. Now part of that is the sheer scale of so many caped, masked and speedy pals…

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‘Schitt’s Creek’ Paddles Back For Season 3 In January On Pop — Deadline

The new year will bring a new season of Schitt’s Creek on Pop. The cable net owned by CBS Corp and Lionsgate said today that the continuing comedic adventures of the Rose family will start at 8 PM January 11. The Canadian scripted comedy stars SCTV alums Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara along with Daniel…

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‘The Simpsons’ Closes In On ‘Gunsmoke’ Record With Tonight’s 600th Episode — Deadline

Tonight, Fox’s long-running animated powerhouse The Simpsons joins a very exclusive club of U.S. scripted primetime shows when its 600th episode, “Treehouse of Horror XXVII” airs. How rare is this club? The only other scripted primetime show to reach 600 episodes is Gunsmoke, which ran for 20 seasons on CBS from 1955 to 1975. No…

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‘The Simpsons’ 600th Episode Celebration Previews VR Couch Gag — Variety

James L. Brooks can recall the exact moment he realized “The Simpsons” had become a pop culture phenom. “It was 27 years ago and some magazine like ‘Satellite News’ put us on the cover,” recalled Brooks, one of the show’s co-creators. “I said, ‘Oh my God, we’re on the cover!’ And put it on my……

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Japanese Doctor Who: WTF?

So this little action packed Japanese Doctor Who that has to look of a show from the 70’s or 80’s. Even with the start looking like the start of a old video tape being started you can see that this was made to look old. Take a look at the Sonic Screw Driver. The one part looks like something made in the last few years. But really does it matter. It is as fun to watch as well as being so bad.