If you lived through the 90's, then you are probably familiar with the TV show Sabrina the Teenage Witch, starring Melissa Joan Hart. A magical comedy show for kids that ran for seven seasons. It was a far cry from the original comics, keeping only the name and some of the original characters.
This October, the CW will air the 15th and final season of the hit show Supernatural. For many, the news was devastating, but considering not many shows reach a 5th season, never mind a 15th, it was inevitable that it would end eventually.
The trailer has dropped for IT: Chapter Two, the second part of the Andy Muschietti version of Stephen King's hit book. Chapter Two will follow the adult version of the Loser's club as they return to Derry to try and end Pennywise for good, after almost defeating him as children in the past.
Season 3 of Stranger Things dropped on July 4th to coincide with the Independence Day celebrations in America, which mirror the festivities in the show. With any new season of a show, you always have that worry—is it going to be as good as the previous season? The answer in this case is a resounding YES!
TV show tropes are situations or plots which are used so often they have become cliched. I'm sure you can think of quite a few, but here are the most common tropes to be used in recent years:
Indie authors get a bad rep, with many viewing their books as less than worthy if they didn't manage to land themselves a deal with a top publisher. When a book is released, unless it is free or 99 cents, many people are unwilling to purchase it. Many are perhaps unwilling to part with their cash if a book isn't from a well known source, or receiving rave reviews. They are missing out.