Bill McCormick joined us once again from the World News Center with a rundown of superhero-related shows coming soon to your TV screen, including “Powerless,” “Legion,” “Iron Fist,” and “The Defenders.” Plus: we discuss the insane catchiness of Wiggles songs, and form the “Double-D Wacky Morning Zoo Show.”
World News Center bureau chief Bill McCormick called in to clear up some myths about the electoral college and how difficult it really is to amend the Constitution. Plus: Soda tax, Dr. Strange, Wonder Woman breaks the Internet, and for some reason Bill is now a role model for teen girls.
On this week’s update from the World News Center, Bill McCormick skipped all of the scary stuff and gave us the latest on Wonder Woman and Dr. Strange, as well as more news on the reboot/retread of “Starship Troopers.”
Bill McCormick joined us from the World News Center on a typically bright ‘n’ beautiful Friday to share the latest news on Supergirl, Teen Titans, Justice League and Star Wars without once frightening the you-know-what out of us.
Bill McCormick called in from the World News Center to give us the latest on Supergirl, Dr. Strange, Justice League, Teen Titans, Luke Cage and more.
Bill McCormick called in from the World News Center‘s Mobile Command Unit 3000 to clarify that no, aliens are not yet hanging out with us, nor are they broadcasting their wacky morning shows to a potential earth audience. Also: Power Rangers, Ghost In The Shell, Dr. Strange, Justice League and more!
Bill McCormick gave us a call from the roaming World News Center mobile headquarters for a lively discussion on Suicide Squad, Dr. Strange, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern ‘n’ more.
After taking most of the summer off due to the lack of quality films, The Movie Man finally re-emerged to give us his thoughts on “Suicide Squad,” for which he suggests but does not necessarily recommend a little bit of pre-show enhancement.
Bill McCormick called us from the brand new headquarters of the World News Center and didn’t scare us at all with updates on the new Power Rangers movie, Suicide Squad, Dr, Strange, Wonder Woman, and Guardians of the Galaxy 2.
Bill McCormick called in from the all new headquarters of the World News Center to talk about the many new superhero series coming to Netflix, along with some comics-related discussion for fans of The Defenders, Luke Cage and Dr. Strange.