Who will take home a Critics Choice Award? Find out when the 27th Annual Critics Choice Awards airs March 13, 2022. Taye Diggs (The CW All American) and Nicole Byer host.
I want to begin this post by saying I am a huge DC’s Legends of Tomorrow fan. It was one of the shows that Krista and I bonded over and watched while we were long distance and then watched together once we moved in with each other. We even had The Atom at our wedding in Funko form in our very nerdy centerpieces. I was sent the Season Six Blu-ray by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment to review. I had actually watch a majority of the season already, but with some busy schedules Krista and I started missing episodes and hadn’t yet caught up, which meant the timing of this was perfect. You can purchase the sixth season now and I thought I would share a bit about the perks you get from purchasing the physical copy.Continue reading “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Sixth Season Blu-ray Highlight from @kleffnotes”
Who will take home a Critics Choice Award? Find out when the 26th Annual Critics Choice Awards airs March 7, 2021. Taye Diggs (The CW All American) host.
I have been very behind on watching anything on The CW, but finally had the time to catch up on the brand new season of Batwoman. I had been a bit critical of the first season for a variety of … Continue reading Now This is Batwoman! from @kleffnotes
Kevin Smith and Dani Fernandez host the Critics Choice Super Awards, a special event honoring the most popular, fan-obsessed genres across both television and movies. The celebration will honor achievement in categories such as Best Horror Series, Best Superhero/Comic Book Series, Best Animated Series, and Best Action Series, among others. Additionally, the inaugural Legacy Award will be presented to Star Trek icon Patrick Stewart and Star Trek: Discovery trailblazer Sonequa Martin-Green (Viacom CBS Press Express).
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the Blu-ray™ I reviewed in this Blog Post. The opinions I share are my own. After that quick mandatory disclosure I am excited to announce that Batwoman is now available on Blu-ray for anyone who might have been having an issue watching the series on The CW, actual channel or their free online site, or could not get HBO Max, which was the only streaming service that you could watch it on after the finale. With a release today you have plenty of time to get caught up on the first season in time for the second season and for the arrival of the new Batwoman. Continue reading “Batwoman Season 1 Blu-ray Release Review from @kleffnotes”
The CW Dog Honors airs on Wednesday, January 15, 2020.
Who will take home a Critics Choice Award? Find out when the 25th Annual Critics Choice Awards airs January 12, 2020. Taye Diggs (The CW All American) host.
The CW airs Dogs of the Year on Tuesday, December 17, 2019.
*Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the Blu-ray. I reviewed in this Blog Post. The opinions I share are my own.*
After that brief disclaimer, you might be wondering why I am the writer covering the Blu-ray release of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season Four when I am not our regular Legends writer. The reason for this is that this particular season holds very special significance for me. While I am a huge DC fan, my pull list before my move had only indie and DC series in it, I did not get pulled into The CW DC shows until recently. I briefly watched Supergirl, after it had been out for two seasons, and have been keeping up to date with Black Lightning, but that was really it. I had continued to hear things about Legends and my parents actually thought I might like it. It took until this season for me to actually check it out. Continue reading “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Fourth Season Blu-ray Review from @kleffnotes”