At some point, TV coverage comes to an end. By that, I mean I took the show out of the regular weekly or daily rotation for whatever reason. Want to see the stuff I finished or put on hiatus? Check in here.
Rome told the story of the days when the Roman Republic became the Roman Empire through the eyes of both the power players who made it happen, and a pair of soldiers, Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo, who had a ground level view of it all. Cover can be found indexed here.
This series, set in the Victorian era, used numerous figures from Gothic horror works to tell the story of Vanessa Ives, doomed psychic. This is what True Blood could have been if it weren’t campy or what The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen movie wanted to be. Find coverage for it here.
The surprise Netflix hit of 2016, a throwback to 80s sci-fi horror, where a group of kids, some plucky teens, and a desperate parent or two look into the mysterious disappearances in and around their small Indiana town. We’ve got it covered here.
The Night Manager
A classy, pseudo-Bond adventure, adapted from the John le Carre novel of the same name, featured a cat-and-mouse spy game between Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie. You can find the key to those write-ups here.