The last in line is TV Sunday. This means the last topic of the week from the Kingdom Paper. Again no release date, but you can check it on IMDb.
The Last Tycoon by Billy Ray
Centers on Hollywood’s first wunderkind studio executive in the 1930s, Monroe Stahr, and the power struggle between him and his mentor and current head of the studio Pat Brady.
This looks interesting. It’s set in the 30s, a time with glitter and glamour, beautiful costumes. “The Golden Age” an important time in the film industry with great releases as: Gone with the Wind and The Wizard of Oz. Matt Bomer is a strong actor and I’m curious how Lilly Collins will perform.
Teen Wolf (season 6) by Jeff Davis
A somewhat awkward teen is attacked by a werewolf and inherits the curse himself, as well as the enemies that come with it.
The reason why I feature this is because it’s the end of a famous show. I stopped watching after the first season, but I know this show has many fans. Call it sympathy for those who are left with an empty heart, because it’s always hard when a show ends that you loved. Farewell Teen Wolf.
The Shannara Chronicles by Alfred Gough & Miles Miller
Series of adventures, war, and evil that occur throughout the history of the Four Lands.
Instead of Teen Wolf, I am a fan of The Shannara Chronicles. This show was released last year so you may wonder why I’m featuring it now on this list. The reason is that it moved to the channel Spike and they are airing the first season again. The second season will be released in October so, called it my promotion attempt for this show. I wasn’t hooked at the first episode but interested and throughout the show I learned to love it.