I mean, that's great for you. I'm not trying to take that away from you. I think what I'd call the cultural and academic elite would agree with you, calling it the 'golden age of television', I personally think it's golden like McDonalds golden arches, i.e. fast-food television. A lot of post modernist drivel. Lots of content, little meaning, no nuance. Here today, forgotten tomorrow, onto the next meal. As for what I've watched it's everything from Dexter to the new Queer Eye, but my point wasn't to rag on other TV-shows people may love, it was that people may have legitimate reasons to be vary about a new Buffy and what form it'll take. I am not saying that the new Buffy will be bad, or has to be bad. When it comes I'll give it a chance. Maybe it'll be amazing. I think it's great that people are enthuasiastic, but until I've seen it, I reserve my right to be skeptical.Wondering what shows Thrasher & Taake have been watching? Cause there's been some excellent TV last 15-20 years. Just saying.
Agreed. Most shows (current and old) don’t interest me, though. I found that the 1960s tv series The Fugitive does hold up well, though, even if it’s a bit formulaic and slow-paced by today’s standards.Couldn't disagree more. Tried watching shows from before the noughties. For the most part, the writing (& sometimes acting) is just plain terrible. Especially if you get into the 80s and before. Now don't get me wrong, there's stll plenty of bad shows on TV now. Probably even the majority, but nothing compared to stuff back then. Shoot even my parents, who were actually around back then, agree. As I said before, maybe if people are watching mostly network sitcoms (like 2 & half men or 2 Broke Girls) and/or reality tv, then maybe they would think that. However, as one who generally avoids stuff like that, I've found lots of quality content out there.
I think she means that they're going to re-do everything, by wiping the slate clean as it were. Maybe a black Buffy, a "transgender" Xander, a Mexican Willow, or perhaps even Cordelia in a wheelchair. Hey, maybe Joyce could be a PETA advocate! Anya wouldn't be an ex-demon, she'd be an ex-Republican. Ah, the possible hilarity.Come on. How do you think they are trying to wipe the previous franchise clean? That's just hyperbole.
That would be cool! If they did it right.Perhaps in between fighting vampires, the Scoobies might have meaningful conversations about global warming, saving the rain forests, and the evil of plastic polluting the oceans. ... Faith would support the #MeToo movement, and Snyder would give out participate trophies to kids who did absolutely nothing worthwhile.