The Last Ship Season 1 Review

So the is this show on TNT called “The Last Ship” that is directed by Jonathan Mostow and based on an 1988 novel written by William Brinkley of the same title which I had a chance to watched -I know, I know. I should be studying- and very much enjoyed. This is the review of that show first season, the are two seasons in total so far.
The fictional USS Nathan James (DDG-151) consisting of 218 men and women must try to find a cure, stop a virus and save humanity after a pandemic killed off about 80% or more of the human population. Without much food or supplies or commends coming in as to what to do and other factions out to get and stop them
What’s to like
So what’s to like? Well….if you read the book and you rather like it best then you made not like the show very much. I, however, much preferred the show because the is a reason given as to why the world enter the state that it did. In the book it was rather um…vague. What else to like about this show? It is full of action and adventures. If you like action and adventures then this is the show for you. Also if you like to see people pitted against each other and try to survive well then this show is for you as well. If you like military drama…? Well then grabbed a bucket of popcorn and have yourself a show.
What’s not to like
So what’s not to like? Well if you do not like gore that’s something to watch out for.
In conclusion this is a very nice show- so far from what I have watched- to watch. I give it a 3.5 out of 5. It could have done more but at least it did a bit more better then the book in exampling a few things. That’s all thanks for reading.

Continuum Review

So as some of you may or may not know I am a self proclaim part timer -sometimes only a quarter timer. Yeah that’s a thing and I am trade marking it.- sci-fic geek and proud of it. Which is why it is of no surprise that when I learned the was a time traveling show, I was all over that baby like a pack of starving rats on a piece of cheese. Because come on science is delicious. Am just saying. Anyways here is my review of this show.
In the year 2077 the world, North America, have been taken over by a grand corporation resulting in a technological advance high surveillance police state in which our main character, Kiera Cameron, is a active member of. She is a part of the high surveillance police task force. For her life is good or as good as any dystopia can offer. She is content. However that all changed when a self proclaim freedom fighter group known as Liber8 escapes execution by traveling back in time to the year 2012 and of course Kiera ends up traveling back with them. Alone by her self with no back up, Kiera has to figure out a way to stop the group Liber8 from changing history and also get back to her own timeline, to her family,
What I like 
The sci-fic aspects of course. I like the fact that this show touches on the different theories and aspects of time traveling and what could or made happen as a result. So if you like discovering and pondering ideas well this is a show for you. I also like the way that this show kept me guessing as to what or how the end game is going to happen. So if you like a show that keep you thinking and gusseting this is a show for you. I also like the fact that the main character wants to keep the current future and how to make a choice. So if you like seeing characters grow over time….? Well then this show is for you. And especially if you like complex characters then this show is definitely for you.
What I did not like
I don’t know yet. So far I like everything at the moment.
In conclusion “Continuum” is a great show that has a lot of potentials. Would I recommend this show? Yes, yes, I would. So what would I rate it? Well because I like it so far, am going to give this show a 4.5 out of 5. Why a 4.5 out of 5? Well because this show has not end yet and could stay disappoint me.