Howdy, howdy! It’s about that time again, time for a TV News Roundup! We’ll find all the news that’s fit for print out in the world of television today and bring it to you in one nice neat package. Without further adieu, let’s get to it!
I am upset.
That’s almost what this entire article was going to be. No lie. Three words and then a picture of a sad hamster or something.
I was distraught with the news that my favorite show had been cancelled. I’m not even saying favorite show right now, or favorite Canadian show. No, it has swiftly evolved into my FAVORITE show. And it has been cancelled by SPACE, the Canadian network who brought Todd to the small screen. Now if you’ve been a fan of Grizzly Bomb since the beginning, then you would know the site started when our Editor-in-Chief Dr. Kronner tried to save one of his favorite shows, Terriers. So I feel I am obligated to do the same for Todd & The Book of Pure Evil.
I’ve made no secret of my love for Todd & The Book of Pure Evil, one of the best Canadian shows in a long time. The second season recently finished airing on SPACE in Canada, and will air on FEARnet soon. I urge you all to check it out, and prepare to have your brain destroyed. If you were a fan of the first season expect bigger and better things from the second, and if you haven’t seen the show yet I suggest you get to it immediately.
Todd is a show filled with moving story lines, great characters, funny, frightening, and unforgettable moments. Here to talk about some of these moments is Alex House, the star of Todd & TBOPE!
I love this show. Seriously. It’s easily one of my favorite on TV. Unfortunately, this episode isn’t one of my favorites. While it does have some hilarious moments and finalizes our beloved team of heroes, when compared to some of the other episodes of the series it doesn’t fully rate. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s get to the episode.
As a Canadian it is rare that I will have any advance knowledge of any series that is on American television. Usually we get it months after it’s released on one of our small selection of specialty channels. Or we download it, which I shouldn’t encourage but is pretty much the greatest thing ever.
So imagine how happy I was to be able to talk about a show that I’ve already seen numerous times, but is only just making its way onto the American channels. That channel is FEARnet, and the show is Todd & the Book of Pure Evil. A Space Channel Original Series that is based off of a short film of the same name, it’s sort of like Buffy meets Degrassi meets Tales from the Crypt. With hilarity, profanity, teen love, and Jason Mewes thrown in. Yea, Jason Mewes is a cast member. Didn’t I mention that?