Spacenet TV’s Top Picks and Flops of the Weekend

The Big Bang Theory

Glamour magazine senior editor Jessica Radloff will soon publish an authoritative behind-the-scenes book on the wildly successful sitcom The Big Bang Theory, covering it for twelve seasons as Glamour editor (she even made an appearance during its series finale!). With co-creator, Chuck Lorre’s blessing and stars Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg Kunal Nayyar Melissa Rauch, and Mayim Bialik all provided input into its creation this book promises an insightful journey that goes behind its creation and series finale!

Meanwhile, Sheldon’s creator is working on an animated spin-off for the HBO Max streaming service that focuses on his relationship with Penny. Details have yet to be made official, however, Variety reports that they will focus on their dynamic.

The Walking Dead

Based on Robert Kirkman’s critically acclaimed comic book series, this gritty drama depicts life after a zombie apocalypse in its immediate aftermath. While survivors struggle for survival, they also must navigate interpersonal tensions that often put them directly against one another.

An ensemble cast portrays survivors tasked with staying alive in a world filled with zombies known as walkers, which dominate society. Sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes leads his group as they struggle to stay alive in post-apocalyptic America, where only the strongest are capable of surviving.

Fear the Walking Dead, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Daryl Dixon’s Season and Tales of the Walking Dead have all emerged as spinoff series of The Walking Dead franchise. Additionally, its reach has expanded into tabletop gaming.

Orange Is the New Black

Binge-watching was made popular through this series, as viewers devoured a season in one sitting over a weekend. Furthermore, this show established streaming-native television, inspiring other programmes to take an eclectic narrative approach and explore topics mainstream networks were reluctant to cover.

Kohan’s series uses Piper Chapman, a wealthy Brooklynite sent to prison for transporting drug money, as a springboard to explore Latina women, black women, and those from diverse socioeconomic classes. While these communities existed before Orange, this show has brought them into public awareness in ways no other show ever could.

The Flash

The Flash is an extraordinary superhero who uses his superhuman speed to fight crime and save lives in Central City. After accidentally inhaling heavy water vapors, college science student Barry Allen gains the ability to run faster than any bullet. Donning a red suit with lightning bolt details, he soon transforms into the Flash and fights crime as part of his crime-fighting duties.

Barry faces many foes throughout his adventures—his adopted father Detective West, Iris, and speedster Max Mercury are his main allies—from Gorilla Grodd, Captain Cold, Heat Wave, and Reverse-Flash to an energy source that allows him to access certain moments from history.


Supergirl blends the heart, humor, spectacle, and sophistication of superhero television with sophisticated workplace drama. At its centre is Kara Zor-El, an alien girl from Krypton with the power to fly, shoot laser beams from her eyes and outrun bullets.

The show follows her efforts to balance her secret crime-fighting life with fulfilling the needs of Fred and Edna Danvers as foster parents, as she battles both extraterrestrial villains as well as high-tech terrestrial threats possessing cloaking/shapeshifting powers.

The series follows Kara as she grapples with her Bizarro self, an alternate Earth-Prime version with mind control powers who was born from Earth-Prime’s alternate reality and also faces new waves of anti-extraterrestrial prejudice fueled by Lex Luthor’s imprisonment.

The Vampire Diaries

Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec, The Vampire Diaries is an adaptation of L. J. Smith’s book series of the same name, and stars Nina Dobrev as Elena Gilbert, who finds her life drawn into Mystic Falls’ supernatural world where vampires, werewolves, witches, doppelgangers and humans coexist alongside one another.

Spacenet TV is proud to support The Vampire Diaries and its spin-offs: The Originals and Legacies. Legacies explore Klaus Mikaelson’s return to New Orleans’ French Quarter with his family, including Hayley Mikaelson’s. Spacenet TV has long been associated with both series.

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