Tag Archives: USA Network

Mr Robot Season 2

John, of ComicBookPage, and Kay, of PopArtsPlace, have a spoiler filled discussion about the second season of Mr. Robot.

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Mr. Robot @ IMDB.com: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4158110/
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This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page website: http://www.ComicBookPage.com

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Mr Robot Season 1

John, of ComicBookPage, and Kay, of PopArtsPlace, have a spoiler filled discussion about the first season of Mr. Robot.

Links:
Mr. Robot @ IMDB.com: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4158110/
Comics Podcast Network: http://www.comicspodcast.com
League of Comic Book Podcasts: http://www.comicbooknoise.com/league/

Email us at TheGuys@ComicBookPage.com

Join the discussion on our forum at: http://forum.comicbookpage.com

This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page website: http://www.ComicBookPage.com

Mr. Robot

The Hollywood Reporter shared in an article today:

“The previously filmed season finale of Mr. Robot contains a graphic scene similar in nature to today’s tragic events in Virginia. Out of respect to the victims, their families and colleagues, and our viewers, we are postponing tonight’s episode. Our thoughts go out to all those affected during this difficult time,” the network said in a statement.

It is unfortunate how often art not only imitates life, but life now imitates art in the least becoming of ways.  Kudos to USA Network for recognizing the scenes in tonight’s scheduled episode would hit too close to home, not only for those who were directly affected by today’s events, but for those who may have been watching that interview when the events took place.

Waiting until Sept 2 to air the season finale, and re-airing a critical episode of Mr. Robot feels like a both considerate and responsible decision on the part of the network.  This is not the first time a television show, or network, has found itself in the position of needing to make such a decision — but we can wish it was the last.

2014 Fall Television Season Podcast

John Mayo, of ComicBookpage, and Kay Kellam, of PopArtsPlace, discuss the 2014 fall television season.

The primary focus is on the new shows of common interest on “major” networks with some returning shows mentioned. The shows are in order they are expected to premiere.

Shows discussions (shows in parenthesis are returning shows, shows in {} are no longer in production but warranted mention/comparison and discussion):

Gotham, Forever, {New Amsterdam}, Scorpion, {Leverage}, (Sleepy Hollow), (The Blacklist), (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), (Person of Interest), (Resurrection), Mysteries of Laura, How To Get Away With Murder, (Scandal), (Grey’s Anatomy), (Once Upon A Time), {Once Upon A Time in Wonderland}, (Revenge), (Castle), (The Listener), (Saving Hope), (Doctor Who), Legends, (Rizzoli & Isles), (Perception), Stalker, Gracepoint, {Broadchurch}, The Flash, (Arrow), (The 100), Constantine, (White Collar), State of Affairs, Ascension, Transporter, The Librarians, Galavant, iZombie, Agent Carter, (Justified), (Bitten), CSI Cyber, (CSI), {CSI: New York}, {CSI: Miami}, (NCIS), (NCIS: Los Angeles), (NCIS: New Orleans)

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Discount Comic Book Service: http://www.DCBService.com
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This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page feed and website:http://www.ComicBookPage.com