Weekly Wonder Woman

Weekly Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman #15, Justice League v Suicide Squad #6, Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77, Wonder Woman ’77 Meets The Bionic Woman #3, The Odyssey of the Amazons #1

It’s been another quiet week for Diana news, with the only thing of note being that you can now pre-order the book looking at the art of and the making of the forthcoming movie:

That’s out May 30th, the movie’s out June 2nd, so you might want to hold off ordering the book in case of spoilers, but it’s up to you.

After the jump, though, it’s time to look at Wonder Wonder #15, Justice League v Suicide Squad #6, Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 #5 and Wonder Woman ’77 Meets The Bionic Woman #2. We’ll also be looking at the first issue of The Odyssey of the Amazons #1, even though Diana isn’t in it, just to see how much joined up editorial thinking there is at DC.

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News: Peter Capaldi to regenerate; The Good Place, Mozart in the Jungle, Red Oaks, Endeavour renewed; + more

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What have you been watching? Including Fortitude, The Magicians, The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

It’s “What have you been watching?”, my chance to tell you what movies and TV I’ve been watching recently and your chance to recommend anything you’ve been watching. 

There were a few new shows on our global TV screens last week. I reviewed Canada’s offerings, Mary Kills People (Global) and Cardinal (CTV/Super Écran), last week and this week, I’ll be looking at the US’s output, Detroiters (Comedy Central) and Riverdale (The CW), as well as anything else that emerges onto our screens this week.

A few more oldies returned to the schedules, too, so after the jump, as well as Lethal Weapon, Lucifer, Man Seeking Woman, Six and Timeless, I’ll be revealing my thoughts on that latest from DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash, as well as the start of the new series of Fortitude and The Magicians, and those final two episodes of The Crown that I never quite got round to watching…

 

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News: Dynasty, Behind Enemy Lines reboots; Richard Herring sitcom; another Navy SEAL show; + more

New UK TV shows

  • Channel 4 green lights: pilot of Richard Herring multiple universe sitcom Everything Happens For No Reason
  • BBC One green lights: identity theft whistleblower thriller Trust Me, with Jodie Whittaker, Emun Ellioot, Sharon Small et al

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When’s that show you mentioned starting again, TMINE? Including Greenleaf, Emerald City, Roots and MacGyver

Every Friday, I let you know the latest announcements about when new, imported TV shows will finally be arriving on your screens – assuming anyone’s bought any, of course.

The acquisitions market kicked up a gear this week, which means there’s a whole new herd of shows charging our way now. And for some reason, half of them want to start on the same day.

MacGyver (US: CBS)
Sky1: Wednesday, February 8th, 8pm
Episode reviews: 1

Emerald City (US: NBC)
5*: Wednesday, February 8th, 9pm
Episode reviews: 1-2, 3

Roots (US: History)
BBC Four: Wednesday, February 8th, 9pm
Episode reviews: Didn’t watch it

Greenleaf (US: OWN)
Netflix UK: Friday, March 3rd
Episode reviews: Didn’t watch it – sorry

13 Reasons Why (Netflix)
Netflix UK: Friday, March 31st
Episode reviews: Hasn’t aired yet

I Love Dick (Amazon)
Amazon UK: Friday, May 12th
Episode reviews: 1