This unites two of the most epic names to ever bring ideas to television: Dick Wolf and George R.R. Martin. The only thing this video is missing is the absolutely necessary "In Westeros, the people are represented by . . ." opening monologue.
Maybe one night, as you scuttled darkly across the fringes of the internet, you came across a site like CocoaJuggs.net. Or LuvInaBarnyard.org. Maybe even PrisonMate.net. But when you clicked, you were met not with the lurid promises of the URL, but rather by the smiling faces of SNL cast members. Had you discovered a…
Someone has created titles for Law & Order: True Detective, the '90s police procedural that eventually drove all its characters mad.
Comic shop and gallery Meltdown Comics is currently hosting the show "These are Their Stories," featuring art based on one-line descriptions of Law & Order episodes. And some of the artists' interpretations have been positively scifi.
I had a thought while avoiding this week's three-hour series finale of medical drama er; why don't science fiction shows last fifteen seasons? Does all SF TV (Doctor Who aside) have a seven year limit?
This past week, I had to brave Long Island to meet my girlfriend's parents. Through tasty bagels and annoying accents, I found myself one night at someone's house watching one of my favorite shows, "Law & Order: SVU". The chick who put it on is obsessed with the show, so her sister made her this Christopher…