Zombies! Wil Wheaton (Star Trek: The Next Generation) and Felicia Day (The Guild) are after Riki Lindhome (Garfunkel and Oates) and Kate Micucci's brains in this terrifying and exhilirating game of ...
Wil Wheaton (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Bonnie Burton (The Star Wars Craft Book), Alison Haislip (Battleground), and John Rogers (Leverage) begin their sexy, 1970s-inspired story in Fiasco Part...
Each week, Wil provides his insider point-of-view, sense of humor and genre expertise as he dissects the week's most popular and trending topics across science fiction film, television and pop culture, video games, viral videos and news.
The show revolves around the lives of online guild, The Knights of Good, who play countless hours of an unnamed MMORPG video game. The story focuses on Codex, the guild's Priestess, who ... See full summary »
Millionaire playboys who spend their money dressing up to fight crime? Pure fantasy - the truth is that today's hard working superheroes rarely have much more than medals to show for their ... See full summary »
The modern-day descendant of Little Red Riding Hood brings her fiancé home to meet her family and reveal their occupation as werewolf hunters, but after he is bitten by a werewolf, she must protect him from her own family.
Young, innocent, and quirky June (Felicia Day), a violinist, spends her days working in an oddball Venice coffee shop, her nights rehearsing for a professional music career, and all-hours ... See full summary »
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Arena is a digital sports highlights show with play-by-play commentary featuring competitors in the hottest multi-player games. Wil Wheaton of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Travis ... See full summary »
I heard of this show on Facebook. I went ahead and watched the first episode and every one of them since. Basically, Wil Wheaton gets together with other movie stars and figures from geekdom and plays a board-game. They show highlights the game rules and the progress made while showing Wil and his pals having a great Friday night. Every friend who I have turned on to this series has become a follower of the series. I look forward to it each (other) week. The production is slick and the rules are generally explain well enough that one could go and buy the game and play it immediately. Side Note: I went to my local game shop to look at one of the games featured (Tsuro) but it had sold out over the weekend, the manager sited the program as the reason. So, if you have 30 minutes to spend every other week and you are a gamer or perhaps you want to understand a gamer, check this out!
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