A show where books are the main source of power is my kind of show! Although this may seem dry Hugh is a military man who keeps things exciting and his relationship with Dalian is very entertaining. All in all a very enjoyable watch.
An interesting twist on the classic novel, but the premise doesn't translate well to television. You can only have so many missed opportunities to get back home before it starts to get stale; I am not surprised it only lasted a season.
Heroes started out great, the first season was intense, exciting and rather compelling. Unfortunately, later seasons weren't as well, done suffering from numerous plot holes, but still remaining fun with all the superpowers.
A Canadian "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" featuring a werewolf, this show is fun and silly. Each week features a new monster that is threatening the town that the gang has to defeat, but lacks a central driving plot that really makes a show compelling.
A light comedic spin on the much more dramatic world of Grimm, this webseries works well and is good for a short clip.
A fun kids show that really gets them excited about creative projects by looking at things around them differently
A good overview of the many different parts that truly made it the First World War, but this documentary does more. through the use of many first hand accounts and original footage this series imparts a sense of the emotions and realities of the war rather than reducing it to Xs and Os or winners and losers.
SCIENCE RULES! A great educational tv show for kids that makes science fun and interesting, but pretty basic so not really useful for an older audience.
Your typical kids show, the heroes are constantly using the power of friendship and whatnot to get stronger and beat the bad guys. Pretty cool for young kids until you try to Beyblade yourself, for some reason it doesn't do what I say...
I always knew Jack had superpowers! 30 Rock's webseries is about as good as it gets with 2 minute sketches and fans will appreciate them even if they have a hard time finding them.