Crime procedural series have served as a true cornerstone genre for decades on television. Whether it be the many spin-offs of Law & Order or NCIS, audiences are always drawn to the “case of the week” structure that has led to thousands of episodes across multiple seasons. The genre also creates many found families in the investigative teams that the viewers invest in especially when life-threatening danger arises in dire situations. With such a densely populated range of crime procedural shows, it proves a challenge for any new series to provide a fresh take on the genre so that audiences will tune in. This Fall, a new series rises to the occasion to hopefully draw in viewers on NBC which is Nkechi Okoro Carroll‘s crime drama Found.
From games like StarCraft and Counter-Strike to the endless supply of greasy pizza and energy drinks, LAN parties were the ultimate places to be for young gamers.
The aptly named Methuselah, a lungfish at the Steinhart Aquarium in San Francisco, is the oldest fish held in captivity, with an estimated age between 92 and 101 years.
This is a video of a skull created by Swiss artist Simon Berger by carefully cracking individual panes of glass, then stacking them all together horizontally to form a 3D skull. That’s wild! Skulls: everybody has one. And some people’s are are thicker than others. My girlfriend jokes they could armor tanks with how thick my skull is. “I’m not joking when I say that.” Oh, well then we can talk about that at couple’s counseling. You always peeing with the door open too, it sounds like a pipe burst.
As if college wasn’t stressful enough, adding a student body that possesses superpowers they’re still trying to master takes the drama way up. This is the challenge facing the talented heroes of Prime Video’s new The Boys spinoff, Gen V. Created by The Boys producers Evan Goldberg, Eric Kripke, and Craig Rosenberg, with showrunners Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas, the show takes place at Godolkin University School of Crimefighting, a place for young heroes to learn how to harness their abilities for good. The school is run by Vought International, a major American superhero agency that manages all licensed superheroes. Fans of The Boys will be well aware that all is not as it seems at Vought International, and this is sure to play a major role in the lives of the students as they navigate their new home.
Known as “La Belle Époque,” France’s golden age at the turn of the 20th century was a period of cultural and economic growth — but it all ended with the outbreak of the Great War.