I loved LOST from the beginning. The flashbacks, and how the writers interconnected the people was mind blowing at times, and forced me to institute a "NO talking during LOST" rule in our house. I was a bit let down with the ending. I wish they had answered some of the questions as the story moved along instead of throwing a big brain twister at the end.
Originally Posted by biffette
Biggest difference is that TWD is based off a graphic novel (or comic book) that won awards for it's story lines along with it's graphics so there's a clear plan on how the show 'can' progress. They're changing writers for the second season so there's a chance the show can get better OR worse depending on their talent. Scarier than seeing the living dead walking down your street if you ask me. I don't like it when a show changes a winning formula.
yeah whynotvap, i'm a little worried about the new writers thing as well. i don't want em to F it up! it's sooooo good!
that's exactly how i felt about Lost too, technovapir. like, exactly.
its in the paper....filming in Atlanta next week!
They've set the first air dates for October 21st on German TV so it's expected to be another Halloween opener here.
And RE: Writers... when you actually go back, most of the episodes done by the original writing team were rejected and didn't air. So I think we'll be OK w/ the revised Graphic Novel continuity.
I guess we'll just have to wait and hope for the best. BTW, nice to see another Dr. Who fan. I felt a little misled with 'The Doctor's Wife' not being who I thought it would be... but, I'm actually pleasantly surprised at how well the new Dr. is doing after the almost Tom Baker like performance/following of David Tennant! I think another season or two and he would have replaced Tom as the most loved Dr. of all time.
I still have to watch the rest of season 1 of the walking dead. My walking dead connection hasn't given up the last episodes.
also waiting to be able to see season 6 of Dr. who...was all set to watch it on BBC streaming and couldn't
Well, since somebody on the thread hasn't seen Season 6 of Doctor Who I won't spoil it...
However, the story-line started in The Doctor's Wife is not nearly as closed as you may think. Season 7's 2012/2013 run will address that more specifically. I promise. -Magnus
that's ok- i don't mind spoilers- talk away...
No, this would be just ruin and ruin. Besides, there is a Doctor Who thread in the Lounge where I've already spilled everything I can and almost everything I know. -Magnus
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