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39 – Swamp Thing (2019) w/ Stefan Halley

We’re fan-boating our way back into the swamps, this time DC Universe’s (now canceled) Swamp Thing 2019! You can watch Swamp Thing on DC Universe, or buy the episodes through iTunes or Amazon.

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38 – Swamp Thing (1990) – “The Emerald Heart” w/ Stefan Halley

Before DC Universe launches their new Swamp Thing, we’re taking a look at the first episode of the 1990 live action series that aired on USA! This episode features one of the best scenes in TV history.

In 1990, after the success of the two Swamp Thing movies, actor and stuntman Dick Durock took up the mantle again for three seasons on USA. Mark Lindsay Chapman took over the role of Dr. Anton Arcane and the two battled each other in the swamp along with a spare kid Jim and a bunch of mutants in nonsensical plots.

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Big Announcements, Shazam (2019), Avengers Endgame, & What’s Next

ABig announcement and a look ahead to our next pilot, Swamp Thing, and we talk about Shazam (2019) and give the final word on Avengers: Endgame.

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15 – Charmed (2018)

As the second part of our first original vs reboot double feature, we the summon the Power of Three for the 2018 reboot of Charmed with Angela from Central Track!

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About Charmed (2018)

CBS tried to reboot Charmed in 2013, but the script never got filmed. However, in 2018 the CW network decided to go ahead with a new pilot that would air 20 years to the day after the original series. The new series is set in a new fictional town and focuses on women of color with a heavy focus on feminism. The reboot has been met with much skepticism from the original show’s cast.

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14 – Charmed (1998) – “Something Wicca This Way Comes”

As part of our first original vs reboot double feature, we cast a spell on the WB’s 1998 pilot Charmed. Guest starring Angela Jones from Central Track.

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About Charmed (1998)

After Buffy The Vampire Slayer moved to UPN in the late 1990s, The WB network was looking for a magical replacement, so they turned to Aaron Spelling and Spelling Television and they came up with Charmed, a series about 3 sistes who discover they’re The Charmed Ones, three women who were prophesied to be the strongest witches ever. While the series was immensely successful, there was trouble behind the scenes between Shannon Doherty and Alyssa Milano.

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12 – Star Trek: the Original Series (1965) – “The Cage”

We set phasers to kill for the original unaired pilot for Star Trek in 1965: “The Cage,” starring an almost entirely different cast than the one that aired in 1966. Guest starring Travis from Low Player Count.

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About Star Trek (1965)

In 1965, NBC ordered a pilot for a new series called Star Trek with a pilot called “The Cage.” It had a cast that was almost entirely different than the series we all know, other than Leonard Nimoy and Majel Barrett. The pilot was considered too cerebral and didn’t have enough action, so NBC never aired it, opting to order a new pilot which would star the familiar original series cast with William Shatner, DeForrest Kelley, Leonard Nimoy, Walter Koenig and George Takei.

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