• Multiversity Summer TV Binge News 

    Announcing the Multiversity Summer TV Binge 2019!

    By | May 31st, 2019
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    It’s the final day of May, and so for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, temperatures are rising, school is winding down, and we are starting to get that lovely feeling of freedom that exists even years after graduation: it’s almost summer!

    Summer also means that many of our favorite television programs are going on hiatus until the fall, which is a bummer. How will we ever fill the time?

    Well, same way we did last year, and the year before with the Multiversity Summer TV Binge, that’s how!

    Our staff have all picked shows that they either missed the first time around, want to revisit, or simply feel like writing about, and we will be bringing you reviews of those shows all summer long, to tide you over until school starts again and our favorite comic adaptations return to primetime. Some of us are continuing what we reviewed last summer, some are starting new series. Here’s the full lineup for the summer:

    Adventures of Superman Season 2 by Brian Salvatore

    Battlestar Galactica Season 2 by Liz Farrell

    X-Men The Animated Series by Dexter Buschetelli
    Attack on Titan, Season 3 by Jake Hill

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season 1 by Niklynn Dunn
    Gargoyles, Seasons 2 and 3 by Christopher Chiu-Tabet

    Avatar: The Last Airbender, Season 3 by Nick Palmieri
    Archer, Season 1 by Ramon Pina

    Babylon 5, Season 2 by Elias Rosner

    Witchblade by Kate Kosturski and Frank Skornia

    And then, this time next week, we’ll be rolling out our inaugural Summer Comics Binge, so stay tuned for that!

    Enjoy the binge(s)!

    //TAGS | 2019 Summer TV Binge

    Multiversity Staff

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