There’s a sci-fi franchise with a huge following that desperately wants a revival. Many are looking for a new TV series, or a movie. But I always feel if they do this it will end up being a reboot not as good as the original.
Star Trek: Picard is a recent series about an older retired Picard being sucked back into the life of adventure. It had a very mixed reception, perhaps being the most poorly received series by fans. While it had some highs here and there, it never really stuck the landing.
A series about a team of soldiers that regularly travel to other planets by means of a device known as the Stargate. It flips the conspiracy-theory genre on its head, putting us on the side of the conspirators.
Created by Seth McFarlane, The Orville is heavily inspired by Star Trek, especially The Next Generation. Sold primarily as a comedy, it was intended to be a serious show from the beginning.
I’m probably the least materialistic person I know. I hate having stuff. I’m always trying to get rid of everything I own. Not in a “relinquish your Earthly tethers” kind of way, I’m just not someone who likes to be burdened with things.
I recently did a rewatch of Red Dwarf from start to finish. I watched it religiously as a kid, but I never really watched any of the later series produced by Dave (a TV channel, not a person).
The last couple of YouTubers I talked about produced a lot about video games. But the reason I highlighted them was down to their non-video game content. Today I want to recommend a YouTuber based on his actual video game content.
H.Bomberguy is another also started out talking mostly about video games. Lately he’s been creating documentaries disguised as video rants that have levelled up his channel, covering topics from autism to plagiarism to flat earth. Now, instead of being merely entertaining, he’s an objectively good YouTuber.
Folding Ideas is a YouTube channel I’ve been following for a while. Recently its produced some of the best documentaries you will find on YouTube, making it one of the best channels to watch. Well, at least in my opinion it is.
Watching videos on YouTube can often feel like a waste of time. You have to sift through a lot of crap to get to the good stuff, and what is considered good to watch is, of course, subjective.