The Witcher S01E02 Episode Review – Four Marks

The Witcher S01E02 Episode Review – Four Marks

Many critics thought this was one of the weaker of the episodes in the first season – far from it. It was really good! After watching the show a second time I believe it’s one of the strongest episodes of the season. The performances by Anya Chalotra (Yennefer) and Joey Batey (Jaskier) were marvelous and complemented the excellent Henry Cavill (Geralt) and Freya Allen (Ciri) really well. Casting for this show has been a triumph and it makes the characterisation of the saga so much more entertaining!

The Mandalorian – TV Show – Series One Review

The Mandalorian – TV Show – Series One Review

The Mandalorian TV show is a very creditable toe in the water for Disney+. It’s a great show full of fun that is reminiscent of the Star Wars ‘Old Days’ when sci fi was swashbuckling!  There are some issues however and critics have been quick to pounce on them.

The Mandalorian – Series Review – Good, but it needs a story arc!

The Witcher S01E01 Review – The End’s Beginning

The Witcher S01E01 Review – The End’s Beginning

This is a detailed review of The Witcher, Episode One of the first season entitled “The End’s Beginning”.  It provides a scene by scene analysis of the show and hopefully answers some of your niggling questions. You could also consider this review an episode recap.

Witcher TV Show News Roundup December 2019

Witcher TV Show News Roundup December 2019

A brief article with summaries of the Witcher TV Show News from around the internet and other media. Info on Season 2, increases in Witcher 4 Players and “unsubstantiated meanness” from the press.

The Witcher Character Biography – Yennefer of Vengerberg

The Witcher Character Biography – Yennefer of Vengerberg

A biography of Yennefer (aka Yen) was born in Belletyen in the country called Vengerberg. Later in the TV series, she becomes one of the most beautiful and powerful mages on the Continent and is surpassed by only a handful of other sorcerers.

The Witcher Character Biography – Geralt of Rivia

The Witcher Character Biography – Geralt of Rivia

This is the biography of the character Geralt of Rivia.  It provides information for the viewers of the TV series although some of the info is gathered from books and the video game. It attempts to explain how and why Geralt looks and acts the way he does in the TV series. Geralt of Rivia is played magnificently (seriously, it’s like he was born for the role!) by Henry Cavill.

The Witcher Fandom Consolidated Episode Ratings

The Witcher Fandom Consolidated Episode Ratings

The Witcher TV Show Episode Ratings, What did you think of each episode? You can see The Witcher First Series Review here and the original Witcher TV Show News and Information background article here. These ratings are a collection of ratings from around the internet, some ratings are professionally provided and some are the gushing

The Witcher TV Series One – First Impressions Review

The Witcher TV Series One – First Impressions Review

I’ve just managed to binge watch the first season of The Witcher. I’ve been waiting to do that for a few months and, my first impressions – I really enjoyed the shows – all of them! Even the first three episodes which were definitely the weakest. If you are looking for a recommendation, watch it! You wont be dissapointed.

The Witcher TV Show – Introduction and Background

The Witcher TV Show – Introduction and Background

An introduction and background to the Tv Show and saga. It is written to help those of us who are new to the story. We introduce the characters and ‘the continent’. From the clips we have see so far, this show is going to be a cracker!

Batwoman TV Series Review – Not Bad But Mostly Meh

Batwoman TV Series Review – Not Bad But Mostly Meh

Once they cut out the huge number of tacky flashbacks and develop the story a little, the show could develop to be really good. Despite her bad press, I quite like the Ruby Rose version of Batwoman. 

His Dark Materials – TV Show Review

His Dark Materials – TV Show Review

This is a children’s show about the death of God. Ok, ok, I know i’s more than that but it is a children’s book (actually a trilogy) which is very good and much loved by old an young alike. It’s rumoured that it wasn’t originally intended as a ‘young adult’ novel, but was re categorised by the publisher.  This was aimed at being an entertaining family TV show with dark scary undertones – His Dark Materials delivered that. But, can it keep up the momentum?