Tonight’s Television

What a relief. The remake of The Prisoner is over. Now I can catch up on Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars, Monday’s episode of Heroes, and then later watch Glee.

Update: The Waters of Mars was fantastic. Sadly it leads us towards The End of Time and the end of David Tennant’s run as The Doctor, but I also anticipate great things from Matt Smith with Steven Moffatt becoming show runner after The Doctor’s next regeneration.

Update II: In the past twenty-four hours I have watched Doctor Who and The Prisoner. I also bought a copy of the Star Trek movie. Ignoring the fact that there was no Blu-ray back then, I feel like I’m back in the 1960’s. I never would have guessed around 40 years ago that I’d be watching the same shows now which were showing back then. While more recent, in the past day I’ve also watched V.

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    Eclectic Radical says:

    I am actually looking forward to the transition. It will be hard to let go of the Tennant Doctor, but it was hard to let go of the Eccleston Doctor as well… and Tennant was just amazing.
    It also reconnects me to my childhood roots as Who fan, watching the several-years-after-the-fact syndication of Doctor Who on PBS. Watching Tom Baker exit and Peter Davison take his place and then watching Colin Baker replace Davison and Sylvester McCoy replace C. Baker had a feeling of continuity and comfort.
    There’s also the happy news that it means the end of the run of specials and the return of the actual series.
    “Change, my dear, and it seems not a moment too soon.”

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