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  • WandaVision Series Finale Review: Did The Disney Plus Show Do Justice ...
    Did the WandaVision series finale do justice for Wanda Maximoff and Vision? Going into the series, Wanda and Vision received the least amount of screentime in the MCU (about 30 minutes combined). After finishing the series, I’ve learned a bit more about each of their characters, but still feel like we have barely scratched the surface. The series finale thrills users with action-packed CGI battles against the main antagonist Agatha Harkness, a Witch from centuries ago, and Wanda Maximoff, as well as Vision vs himself. I found Agatha to be a larger-than-life supporting character in the sitcom segment of the series, but as a villain she was bland. Doing a perfectly satisfactory job of evil, but not displaying any strong sense of pathos for why she does what she does. Why is Agatha evil, is she evil, or does she merely want power? We know her coven attempted to eradicate her, but we never really saw what she did leading up to those moments. Perhaps WandaVision never really had the time to explore Agatha’s backstory, after all, she appears to be setting up the next chapter of the MCU with Wanda Maximoff facing off or with The Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange, in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The finale revealed a few of the other mysteries left from the series, for instance, who is Ralph, Agatha’s Husband which was mentioned in the first few episodes? It turns out SPOILERS, that Ralph is the person who lived in Agatha’s house originally and that he was forced to portray Quicksilver through an enchanted necklace that mind-controlled him. The best lines in the finale are once again delivered by Paul Bettany, as he challenges White Vision (the body of his former self which lacked his memories) to a mental argument. White Vision was programmed to eliminate Vision, but the Vision from Westview asked him to ponder which one of them is actually Vision? Both or neither? They then face-off and debate the merits of the Ship of Theseus, a thought experiment that explores the nature of one's identity. Bettany’s performance as both Visions shined and the scene resonates as one of the most meaningful pieces of cinema in the MCU. WandaVision leaves the MCU shaken up in a few ways. It ends with Wanda powered up in a new suit as The Scarlet Witch with the Darkhold Spellbook, Vision’s body resurrected with his memories restored, a new hero with Monica Rambeau, Quicksilver potentially revived and recast, and a villain trapped away in Westview (presumably to reappear at a later date). WandaVision was a thrilling ride, exciting, passionate, a deeply personal look at grief, but at times fell flat with slow pacing that followed the cliches one would expect. The finale delivered on every expectation we would have for an MCU production and gave us glimpses of greatness. Every MCU fan can watch WandaVision with excitement, just sit back and let the story unfold at its own pace.
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  • Where to Download MTG Arena Mobile App for Android Devices and Phones ...
    The MTG Arena Mobile App is live in the Google Play Store! This means you can now play MTG Arena on your Android devices! The mobile version of the game will be full-featured and allow players to have a similar experience to playing MTG Arena on PC or Mac. Watch the launch trailer below: To download MTG Arena, navigate to the Google Play Store app on your mobile device. You can also navigate to it via browser at Once you have the app open, search for “Magic: The Gathering Arena (Early Access). You should see the below: Click on the Magic icon (the one the red arrow is pointing to above) to continue: From here, click install to install the app on your device. Then you are ready to begin playing MTG Arena on your Android device! Alternatively, click here to download the app directly from the Google Play Store. The Magic: The Gathering Arena Early Access App is the official game app from Wizards of the Coast. It offers in-app purchases, but the game can be played for free.  Do I need to make a new account to play on the MTG Arena Mobile App? No, you do not. You can play on the MTG Arena Mobile App using the same account you use for PC or Mac. You will have access to all of your cards and decks. According to the Youtube mobile app launch video, you will be able to play across devices, draft, have expanded game modes, play in ranked seasons, challenge your friends, play on the go, and more on the mobile app and unlock everything. Additional details from the Google Play Store are as follows: "WELCOME THE CHALLENGE YOUR GATEWAY TO MAGIC You know the name. Now download and play the original strategy card game on your phone. Unlock powerful decks right away, earn rewards just by playing, and jump into action with a variety of game formats for players of all skill levels. There’s never been a better time to get into Magic. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED New to Magic? No problem. Play the tutorial and practice against AI to learn the basics. Queue into casual matches to sharpen your skills at your own pace. CONTEND RIGHT AWAY Unlock 15 unique decks and discover your own playstyle. Collect daily rewards to grow your collection and build powerful decks of your own. PLAY WITH PERSONALITY Tell a story with your deck through Magic’s immersive lore and vibrant card art. Show off eye-popping cosmetics like avatars, card sleeves, and pets. MORE WAYS TO HAVE FUN Try out multiple game modes like Draft and Brawl. Special in-game events offer exciting prizes, and you could even be the next Magic pro with Esports qualifiers!" The MTG Arena App is also great for new players who have never played Magic: The Gathering before. The mobile version includes a full-featured tutorial that will walk you through the basics so you can learn the game easily. You may also be interested in the upcoming Magic: Legends video game releasing in open beta from Cryptic Studios this March. Sign up information is available here. Are you excited to play MTG Arena on your Android phone? Leave us a comment below!
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    37 days ago By Brian McCormick By Brian McCormick - 37 days ago
  • 25 Best MTG Tutors in Modern That Every Magic: The Gathering Player ...
    We've compiled some of the best tutors in Modern to consider for your MTG deck! The format is surprisingly sparse in mana efficient tutors, especially compared to Legacy, Vintage, and the Commander/EDH format. While the options for tutors are limited, mana expensive, or narrow in scope, they are certainly worth considering for your Modern deck. Some of them fulfill very niche purposes, such as tutoring out only lands, creatures, or artifacts. Diabolic Tutor is the baseline card; which is not included in this list and costs 4 mana at sorcery speed to find the card you need. That's pretty slow. Nevertheless, if you need a tutor card in your Modern deck, here are some of the options to consider! In no particular order, here are 25 tutor cards to know about for Modern:
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    44 days ago By Brian McCormick By Brian McCormick - 44 days ago
  • Is The Mandalorian Overrated or Bad? Some Call Out the Show for Too ...
    Is The Mandalorian worth watching? The Mandalorian Season 2 was the smash hit blockbuster TV series of 2020. The series captured the attention of millions with the debut of Baby Yoda in 2019. It’s hard to go a day on Facebook without seeing a new Baby Yoda or Mandalorian meme. The series has become as popular as Game of Thrones, which infamously fell from grace in the final season. Is the same fate destined for The Mandalorian? While the series has an amazing Rotten Tomatoes score of 94% by critics and 89% by users, not everyone is happy with the series. Overall, most people believe the show is good, and many are even calling it one of the greatest things to happen to Star Wars since the Original Trilogy; however, that’s mind-boggling to some Star Wars fans. Not everyone is happy with the series. Some have accused The Mandalorian of too much fan service and pandering. Here are some opinions from Twitter:   Finished The Mandalorian last night. Overall I'm pretty meh on it. It panders in a way that makes it feel like big budget fan fiction, and the writing and acting let it down on multiple fronts, IMO. It's like Disney slapped Star Wars all over a different show at the last minute. — Justin Fassino (@Justegarde) January 27, 2020 There is literally nothing new or fresh about THE MANDALORIAN, especially not in its first couple episodes. It's a laundry list of references and homages to other STAR WARS shit and nothing else. People didn't want fresh and new. They wanted fan service stripped of any... — A.B. Allen (@A_B_Allen) January 17, 2021 Honestly, this show is over-rated. It's not the worst by any means but other than Rogue One and some of the last Season of TCW this is the only "good" Star Wars that Disney has produced. Granted it only blew up because of how low the bar was set thanks to TLJ, SOLO, etc. — MysticSpace (@MysticSpace1) October 19, 2020 Mandalorian is an overrated dumpster fire. Season 1 had the perfect formula to go with, but they all blew with the fan service of Season 2. — Ed J (@ImperialAce1985) January 10, 2021 Finished Mandalorian season 2. I think it's better than the first (which I didn't like all that much) but there's way too much fan service. Worse, two of these characters are clearly just here to setup their own shows. — Jesse Chounard (@Chounard) January 16, 2021 The Mandalorian is over rated. It's a solid show with some good moments, but if it wasn't Star Wars, nobody would be talking about it. — Sam Bell ? ظافر (@TheZooof) November 15, 2020 PS The Mandalorian is bland fan service that won’t be remembered or respected in hindsight because it never did anything interesting except pander. But that’s just my opinion. — Dave (@Dave87420241) January 14, 2021 I just find it funny how most of what seems to make The Mandalorian good to some folks are the clear moments when it panders to the fan base. — Obama 2.0 = A Bad 4 years (@genrei_ginrei) December 19, 2020 I realized I summarized them some time ago. The Mandalorian is bad and a waste of time and effort Rebels is as good as TCW the Ahsoka novel is overrated AOTC is a masterpiece I enjoy TLJ BB-8 is the best hero in Bf Here, give me all the Ws you got in your pocket. — Grand Master Banderas (@Banderas501) January 16, 2021 oh boy do i have Thoughts about how the two highest imdb rated mandalorian episodes are the ones with the most fan service but i’ll keep it to myself — amy ➳ (@bisexualmando) January 18, 2021 Most of the negative reviews were from those who were turned off by the level of fan service in the series and felt the show didn't hold its own without the callbacks to the Original Trilogy or nostalgia creeping in. Despite that, longtime fans seem to be delighted with the pandering to the Star Wars base. I myself was ecstatic to see the return of Boba Fett, a character that didn't get the justice he deserved in the Original Trilogy. Finally, I can respect Boba Fett.   The mandalorian has officially blown my mind wow cheers to the writers for the fan service #Mandolarian #MandalorianSeason2 #Mandalorianspoilers #mandalorianfinale #grogu #TheMandolorian #TheChild #BabyYoda — Diony Sanchez (@Diosanxhez) December 19, 2020 finally finished the mandalorian, maybe fan service is good — spencer kain (@spencer_kain) January 17, 2021 The Mandalorian Season 2 had more fan service! Trust me, it did not disappoint!! — Dante' Law ? "Good Man" (@dantelaw22) January 15, 2021 The fact that #TheMandalorian took Boba Fett, who I have spent my whole life calling the most overrated character in Star Wars, and actually made him as cool as his reputation is just amazing. — Ariel Rose (@ArielRoseV) January 17, 2021 I’m not big on fan service, but Mandalorian did fan service right. It didn’t feel forced to me and contributed to the story in ways that can be disregarded as fan service. But I did have some *minor* issues with this season. Which I will discuss tomorrow’s stream ? — Plathanos ??? #HIVESZN (@SavinTheBees) December 19, 2020   Given that the show has outstanding critic and user reviews, and its incredible popularity, it's hard to argue that the fan service wasn't a huge success for the show. The success of the first season alone is responsible for bringing us a plethora of new Star Wars shows from Disney+, including a new Obi Wan series, Ahsoka, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Andor, The Book of Boba Fett, and more. The Mandalorian Season 3 is expected to premiere in December 2021 on Disney+; however, The Book of Boba Fett is likely to release first and pushed the production timeline back for Season 3. Do you think The Mandalorian panders too much to Star Wars fans, or do you love the nostalgia? Leave us a comment below!
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  • Is WandaVision Bad or Just Boring? Here’s What People Think ...
    Is WandaVision worth watching? The series just dropped today on Disney+ and there is a lot of controversy around the release. Fan’s have been eagerly awaiting the first Marvel Studios production since Spider-Man Far From Home released almost two years ago. The series controversially released the first two-episode premiere in black and white. It features the characters Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany). WandaVision takes place after the events of Avengers Endgame (how is Vision still alive?). In the first and second episodes, WandaVision emulates the 50s era of golden television with cheesy gimmicks and one-liners. Early critic reviews have been positive, with a Rotten Tomatoes debut at 100%; however, many Marvel fans on Twitter have been reacting quite differently than critics. In fact, some of the leading search terms on google include, “WandaVision is bad”, “not good”, “trash”, and more.   One-sentence #WandaVision review: The first two episodes are the most boring hour of the MCU released to date. — Scott Porch (@ScottPorch) January 15, 2021 #WANDAVISION is not for me. I love Wanda and Vision but I'm not sitting through and watching each episode as a parody of each decade. It's boring, not funny, and it doesn't even pull ya in. If your an MCU stan then congrats you got an MCU show. But for fans I'd say wait a bit — Duncan ??? (@Duncan_TASM2) January 15, 2021 Wandavision is so incredibly boring. But the last like 15 seconds of each episode will probably make me keep watching it. Hopefully these first two were just not good. — Chris (@papawbennett) January 15, 2021 I'm curious just how much of the parodying that #WandaVision does of old sitcoms is going to go over younger viewers' heads. It's genuinely hilarious if you get the homages in the styling of the episodes and, I would imagine, pretty boring if you don't. — Dan Bumbler (@BumblerTV) January 15, 2021 10 minutes into Wandavision and it's the most boring thing I've ever seen. — Dug Garrett (@dg310) January 15, 2021 Well the first 17 minutes of WandaVision were boring AF but it’s improving a little. — Philippa (@Phiasco9) January 15, 2021 Everyone for years: "Marvel needs to do something different!" Marvel Studios: "Okay. Here goes #WandaVision something we've never done before." Everyone: "Omg. Why is it so boring? We want more spectacle.?" Yall are never pleased. ? — Jayson Koos (@Jay12678) January 15, 2021 While some are finding WandaVision boring, many are excited about the show breaking boundaries and taking risks. Many fans of Pleasantville and the nostalgia of the 50s are pleased with what the MCU has created. #WandaVision is off to a great start. So MANY references! Gives away so much, the plot, the two maim baddies the kids. Can't wait for more. When it's all over and rewatch these two episodes it'll be like "ohhhhh" — Somewhat Awesome Rob (@SWAFilms) January 15, 2021 So I just finished watching the first two episodes of #WandaVision and I love it so far. I think the Jokes are funny and the concept itself is awesome. I also like how S.W.O.R.D is introduced here. Helping to build up to Secret War and other things. Can't wait for more to come! — CRAZYduckman ? Ryuji Lover ? (@CRAZYduckman89) January 15, 2021 Okay after watching the two first episodes many times....... WOWWWWWWW ONLY WOOOOOOOOOOOOOW IT WASSSS AMAZING you feel the old 50s and 60s sitcoms and the ''no'' moment ? well that was awesome i hope you will watch it and can't wait for the next week episode#WANDAVISION — omar (the wanda's year) (@Oj1321) January 15, 2021 So is WandaVision amazing, good, bad, or boring? It depends on who you are. After watching the series myself, I can say I was a bit bored at times, although I did find the show entertaining. There's some comedy gold in the first few episodes, but it is very cheesy and 50s style. It is very much different than what most MCU fans will be used to. In an MCU filled with Russo Brothers action sequences, WandaVision is a slow-paced story-driven show that unravels its mysteries piece by piece. WandaVision is a show for someone who enjoys the Marvel Universe but also is interested in the bygone eras of television and wand a casual and pleasant viewing experience. It's a show to relax and enjoy- at least at this point. Those looking for high flying superhero action may have the wrong expectations. The trailers do accurately portray what the show is about and the style and substance of the show. The series is canon to the MCU and will have repercussions on the rest of the Marvel Universe. WandaVision is not expected to release on DVD or Blu-ray; however, if you have a high-speed internet connection it may be possible to watch in 4K quality on Disney Plus. Did you enjoy the first two episodes of WandaVision? Leave us a comment below. Episode 3 will release next Friday, January 22nd at 3:00 AM US EST. There will be a total of 9 episodes released. Additional seasons have not been confirmed.
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    51 days ago By Brian McCormick By Brian McCormick - 51 days ago
  • WandaVision COUNTDOWN: Episode 1, Premiere Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot, ...
    With WandaVision Episode 1 releasing in less than 24 hours, we’re counting down to the release time with the latest information! Here you can find the latest news, trailers, updates, and more! WandaVision has already started trending on Twitter! Here are some fan reactions to the WandaVision release countdown with less than 24-hours to go!   how many days until #wandavision? — ᱬ Max • 1 day ᱬ (@wandasmax_) January 14, 2021 i cant believe wandavision comes out tomorrow! i’m gonna actually cry the second i see them come on screen — brooke wants dream smp moots (@bvckysdogtags) January 14, 2021 Before #WandaVision tomorrow, let me remind you that Wanda Maximoff did THIS — Ren ʬ⁸⁴ | WandaVision TOMORROW (@wandasflash) January 14, 2021 Finally after 566 days we are getting something from MARVEL STUDIOS#WandaVision FINALLY ARRIVES TOMORROW Phase 4 begins marvel fans?? — Ashish Chanchlani (@ashchanchlani) January 14, 2021   Watch the latest WandaVision trailer and clip below: WandaVision Release Date? - January 15th, 2021 WandaVision is set to release on January 15, 2021 at 3:00 AM US EST on Disney Plus. The series will release with a two-episode premiere. Episodes are expected to be a little longer than 30 minutes each. The series will continue weekly until the finale comes out on March 5, 2021. There will then be a one week pause followed by the premiere of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier on March 19, 2021   WandaVision Plot? WandaVision is canon and takes place in continuity with the MCU. The plot for WandaVision is as follows: “Marvel Studios’ WandaVision blends the style of classic sitcoms with the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany)—two super-powered beings living their ideal suburban lives—begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems…The series is a blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision—two super-powered beings living idealized suburban lives—begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems.”   WandaVision Villain? Grim Reaper, Mephisto, Agatha Harkness, Nightmare, and more. According to plot leaks, the main antagonist of WandaVision is Grim Reaper, who is one of Vision’s main enemies. Mephisto may also play a part according to various fan theories based on the comics and information we know so far.   WandaVision Critic Reviews? - Good so far! Early critical reviews have been promising. Critics have been praising Elizabeth Olsen’s performance as Wanda Maxmioff. A few commentators also noted that the series took risks which paid off and open Marvel television into a whole new universe to explore outside of what is expected in the MCU.   WandaVision Episode Count? 9 Episodes Long Disney officially confirmed the series will be 9 episodes long, with a two-episode premiere followed by weekly episodes until the series finale. This seems to replicate the approximate episode count strategy from The Mandalorian, with the focus being on relatively few but big-budget and high-quality episodes. Will it pay off in WandaVision as well?   WandaVision Blu Ray? - No… WandaVision will not be released on Blu-ray or DVD anytime soon. The series is a Disney+ exclusive aiming to get new subscribers to their service. Disney has yet to release and DVDs for Disney+ exclusives and has not announced any plans to do so.   WandaVision Rating? It is rated PG and safe for kids. WandaVision has the most family-friendly rating of any official Marvel Studios production. It is rated PG and was filmed sitcom-style in front of a live studio audience. The show was intended as a gateway to the MCU on Disney+ to introduce everyone into the universe. So sit back with your family and enjoy!   Latest WandaVision trailer & clip! Well, there you have it! Are you excited for WandaVision releasing this Friday? That’s only a few days away and we can’t wait to stream the show on Friday morning! Will you be watching it live at 3:00 AM EST in the US? Leave us a comment!
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    53 days ago By Brian McCormick By Brian McCormick - 53 days ago
  • WandaVision Rotten Tomatoes Score and Critic Reviews So Far! Is ...
      Critic reviews are in! Wandavision is the first in a series of new shows by Disney+ aimed at continuing storylines from the MCU. Shows include Loki, Hawkeye, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, to name a few. WandaVision features Elizabeth Olsen reprising her role as Wanda Maximoff as well as Paull Bettany as Vision.   The series is produced by Marvel Studios and is considered canon to the MCU. Many have asked how Vision can be alive since he had died at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. Marvel has confirmed that the show takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame, so we know that something had to have happened to bring back Vision. We have a few theories here; however, the prevalent theory is that Wanda unleashes her reality-warping powers to bring back Vision. He isn’t so much brought back, as he is a figment of her imagination brought to life. This is a play on the House of M comic book released in the 2000s by writer Brian Michael Bendis Initial reviews are in and we finally have a score on Rotten Tomatoes! It did have a 100% Tomatometer score earlier! After the show's release this morning, we finally have the official Rotten Tomatoes score and WandaVision is certified fresh! #WandaVision is now #CertifiedFresh at 94% on the #Tomatometer, with 97 reviews: — Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) January 15, 2021   Since the series officially released today, we expect the score to change substantially over the next 24-48 hours as additional critics publish their remarks. In the meantime, 94% is a fantastic score! Here’s what the critics had to say about WandaVision: #WandaVision is one of the craziest, cleverest things @MarvelStudios has done! The sitcoms are great, but it's the mystery behind those which will get everyone talking. #ElizabethOlsen is superb, and director #MattShakman puts himself on the map in a BIG way. @wandavision — Josh Wilding (@Josh_Wilding) January 9, 2021 Watched the first 3 eps of #WandaVision (2X) & it is a jewel (um or stone). It is zany, precise, fresh, funny (cue laugh track) & counterintuitive. The bigger picture will be revealed (we only get glimpses so far that all isn't right in Westview) but I'm in no rush to leave town. — Nikki Novak (@NikkiNovak) January 9, 2021 I got to see the first three episodes of #WandaVision and it was everything I hoped it would be: funny, clever, creepy, and above all, sort of tragic. The reality is: WandaVision is taking the Marvel Cinematic Universe places it has never gone before, and there's no going back. — Hector Navarro (@Hectorisfunny) January 9, 2021 #WandaVision is truly unlike anything the MCU has put out before. I can’t emphasize that enough. It is a blast to watch. It is so committed to the sitcom structure of story telling that it feels like a bold risk - but it pays off and builds a mystery. It is awesome. — BD (@BrandonDavisBD) January 9, 2021 #WandaVision is truly unlike anything the MCU has put out before. I can’t emphasize that enough. It is a blast to watch. It is so committed to the sitcom structure of story telling that it feels like a bold risk - but it pays off and builds a mystery. It is awesome. — BD (@BrandonDavisBD) January 9, 2021   If that doesn't get you hyped for the new series, what will? It looks like Marvel and Kevin Feige took a lot of risks with the show being untraditional, and it paid off. That’s rather refreshing as some competing franchises or networks play it safe and end up creating dull and uninspired comic book content. One of the big risks WandaVision took is filming the first episode in Black and White. It’s a nod to the golden era of television, but there are also some story plot reasons why this is the case.   According to Rotten Tomatoes, there are not enough ratings yet to calculate a score, so we will have to wait a little longer to see if it is certified Fresh. A top rating could help propel more Marvel Studios content on Disney+; although, it seems like the success of The Mandalorian has already launched the MCU to action on Disney Plus, since we already have back to back shows releasing after WandaVision (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will release immediately following the ending of WandaVision). WandaVision will be a 9 episode series and is expected to end after one season. It will release weekly and is rated PG and will be one of the most family-friendly Marvel live-action series created over the past ten years. So bring your kids along for the journey! WandaVision releases worldwide on January 15 and is available exclusively on Disney+. Unfortunately, no DVD or Blu-ray release is expected anytime soon. Are you excited about WandaVision? Leave us a comment below!
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    55 days ago By Brian McCormick By Brian McCormick - 55 days ago
  • Snowpiercer Season 1 Recap Summary by Episode and Everything You Need ...
      We've got the Snowpiercer recap you are looking for! After debuting as the most anticipated cable television series of 2020, Snowpiercer has a lot of hype to live up to. Season 2 is just around the corner and will be releasing on January 25, 2021. The series stars Jennifer Conney as Melanie Cavill, Daveed Diggs as Andre Layton, and will be adding Sean Bean to the ranks portraying the ever-important industrialist Joseph Wilford in Season 2. It’s been almost a year since Season 1 released, so you may be wondering, exactly what happened in each episode of the series? Fear not! At Epicstream, we’ve scoured the internet looking for the perfect recap to satiate your needs. The folks at The Recaps have one of the best and most detailed summaries available for Snowpiercer Season 1. They have detailed and broken down the major and minor plot points of the series episode by episode. I can confidently say that if you watch this recap, you can skip Season 1 entirely if you haven’t watched the show before and go straight to Season 2. The recap video is about an hour and a half long with 8 minutes or so dedicated to each episode. Watch the recap below: Season 1 of Snowpiercer is currently available to watch on HBO Max. For a limited time, select episodes will also be available for free at the TNT website. Season 2 of Snowpiercer will debut exclusively on TNT in the United States. You’ll need cable or a subscription service ling Hulu + Live TV to watch new episodes as they release. If you live outside the US, you're in luck, as it will be available directly on Netflix internationally! Season 3 of Snowpiercer has been confirmed, but no other information is available at this time. The Synopsis for Snowpiercer is as follows: "Set seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, Snowpiercer centers on the remnants of humanity, who inhabit a gigantic, perpetually-moving train that circles the globe. Class warfare, social injustice and the politics of survival are questioned in this riveting television adaptation." Are you excited to watch the second season of Snowpiercer? Leave us a comment below!
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    57 days ago By Brian McCormick By Brian McCormick - 57 days ago
  • Where to Watch Snowpiercer TV Show Online Free in English Subtitles ...
      Snowpiercer Season 2 is streaming beginning January 25, 2021! The 1st season of Snowpiercer was the largest cable debut for a new TV show in 2020. While the series received mixed reviews, it’s become a hotly anticipated series, with the 2nd season releasing January 25, 2021. A 3rd season has already been confirmed. Set in a dystopian world, Snowpiercer imagines a frozen Earth, accidentally created by an attempt to combat global warming. One wealthy industrialist foresaw this future and created a perpetual motion train that shelters its wealthy inhabitants in luxury and comfort.   As this train launched, an angry mob fighting for survival rushed inside. These individuals now live in poverty and despair at the back of the train while the front is decorated in opulence. Such a backdrop seems fit for the times and has attracted the attention of fans everywhere. The series features a diversely talented cast, including Jennifer Connoly, and most recently Sean Bean, who will be portraying a major character in Season 2 of the series.   Where to Watch Season 1 of Snowpiercer TV Show Online in the US? In the United States, you can watch select episodes of the series for free at the TNT website. Season 1 of Snowpiercer is available to watch and stream in full on HBO Max, TNT, and TVision. It can also be rented or purchased. Subtitles for Snowpiercer are available on streaming platforms.   Where to Watch Season 2 of Snowpiercer TV Show Online in the US? Season 2 will launch exclusively on TNT in the US. You will need access to the Cable TV network in order to watch the show. You can stream it live on the TNT website or with the Watch TNT app from iTunes, Google  Play, or Amazon. If you don’t have cable, you can watch Snowpiercer Season 2 on TNT by signing up for a subscription to Hulu + Live TV, AT&T TV Now, Sling TV, Youtube TV, or fuboTV.   Will Snowpiercer Season 2 be on HBO Max in the US? No, it will not be immediately available on HBO Max. Only Season 1 of Snowpiercer is available on HBO Max.   Will Snowpiercer Season 2 be on Netflix in the US? No. Season 2 of Snowpiercer will not be on Netflix in the US. It, however, will be available internationally on Netflix for those living outside the US on the release date. Unfortunately, the only way to watch Season 2 in the US at release is through TNT itself. Season 2 of Snowpiercer will feature the return of Melanie Cavill (Jennifer Connelly), Andre Layton (Daveed Diggs), Sakira Jaffery (Mrs Headwood), as well as the introduction of Joseph Wilford (Sean Bean). The series is directed by the well known Korean superstar producer Bong Joon-ho. Snowpiercer’s 2nd season will come out on January 25, 2021. The series Synopsis is as follows: "Set seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, Snowpiercer centers on the remnants of humanity, who inhabit a gigantic, perpetually-moving train that circles the globe. Class warfare, social injustice and the politics of survival are questioned in this riveting television adaptation." Snowpiercer 1st Season Recap. What happened in Snowpiercer Season 1? Above is an excellent recap of the 1st season to watch before diving into the 2nd. It is also a great substitute if you haven't watched the series before and want to dive into the second season right away. Are you excited for the second season of Snowpiercer on TNT? Leave us a comment below.
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  • What Time Does WandaVision Come Out? Release time and release date ...
      Marvel Studio’s is finally delivering the goods! It’s been over a year since the last movie released in the MCU and now Disney is finally giving us their first Marvel Studio television series! WandaVision will be releasing on January 15, 2021 and take’s place after the events of Avengers: Infinity War. The series will focus on Wanda Maximoff, also known as The Scarlet Witch, and Vision. It’s great to see these Avengers getting their own TV series as they hardly had any screen time in the MCU. In-fact they have less than an hour combined in screen time. Iron Man had about that much in Avengers: Endgame alone! The series plot is as follows: “Marvel Studios' WandaVision blends the style of classic sitcoms with the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany)—two super-powered beings living their ideal suburban lives—begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems.” Many people question how Vision can return to the show given that he died in Avengers: Infinity War. While we don’t know how yet, there has been much speculation. Part of Wanda’s powers includes reality warping. Based on the trailer’s it looks like she is maintaining some kind of faux universe that is being unraveled. Is Vision really there, or is it a figment of her imagination? We will have to wait to find out.   What Time Do New Episodes of WandaVision Come Out? New episodes of WandaVision are expected to release at 3:00 AM US EST, starting January 15, 2021. This is based on the release times of other Disney+ exclusive shows. The reason WandaVision would release at 3:00 AM US EST instead of midnight is so that it releases everywhere in the Continental US on the same day (sorry Hawaii and Alaska). In other words, the show releases at midnight California time. New episodes of the series will come out weekly every Friday. There will be a total of nine episodes released.   WandaVision Episode Release Date and Times Below are the new episode release date and times for WandaVision. The series will release the first two-episodes simultaneously on January 15, 2021, at 3:00 AM US EST. The WandaVision series finale will air on March 5, 2021. WandaVision Episode 1 & 2 - Release Date January 15, 2021, 3:00 AM US EST WandaVision Episode 3 - Release Date January 22, 2021, 3:00 AM US EST WandaVision Episode 4 - Release Date January 29, 2021, 3:00 AM US EST WandaVision Episode 5 - Release Date February 5, 2021, 3:00 AM US EST WandaVision Episode 6 - Release Date February 12, 2021, 3:00 AM US EST WandaVision Episode 7 - Release Date February 19, 2021, 3:00 AM US EST WandaVision Episode 8 - Release Date February 26, 2021, 3:00 AM US EST WandaVision Episode 9 - Release Date March 5, 2021, 3:00 AM US EST WandaVision will be canon to the MCU and considered part of the MCU timeline. This means the events of the show can and will affect the rest of the MCU. It’s been rumored that Mephisto may be introduced in WandaVision. We also expect Mephisto to appear in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which features Wanda Maximoff. The series was given a PG rating, which makes it the most family-friendly Marvel Studios series produced to date. This is likely in order to broaden the Marvel audience on the Disney+ platform and introduce more people to the MCU. The only way to watch WandaVision is with a Disney+ subscription. It is also unlikely that the series will be released on DVD anytime soon. You can purchase a monthly plan for $6.99 or an annual plan for $69.99. The only way to watch the series in 4K is with a 25Mbps connection or higher to a Disney+ connected device. Disney+ will also be releasing 4 other Marvel original TV series later this year; including, Hawkeye, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki. Are you excited to watch WandaVision on Disney+? Let us know in the comment section below!
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