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Netflix’s, Jessica Jones starring Krysten Ritter, is not the super hero or the show I expected.  Granted, I knew nothing about the much hyped character going in, but I was very open-minded and ready to be wooed.  I loved what Netflix did with Dare Devil, so I had high hopes for this female driven super hero series. 

Not that anyone could EVER fill the giant shoes of Ben Affleck as the Daredevil, somehow, Charlie Cox is juuuust right.

Following the rest of Hollywood’s trend in churning out superhero films and TV shoes, Netflix has officially joined the fray, leading with a strong contender in, Daredevil. I’ve invested thirteen hours of my life, so you won’t have to and I’m happy to report, those were thirteen hours well spent. For those not familiar with the Dare Devil origins here’s a quickie: As a young boy, Matt Murdock (played by Charlie Cox), is accidently exposed to radioactive material which leaves him blind. Or does it?

Based on the DC Comic superhero, The Flash, is now one of the hottest commodities on the CW. When I first heard The Flash was going to be the next superhero to be brought to life on the CW, I thought, "the CW's got their bad idea jeans on". When the promo was finally released, I'm not ashamed to say, my skepticism made a sharp pivot into genuine excitement.

Starring Grant Gustin as the title character, The Flash, premiered October 7, 2014 to record viewership, making it the second most watched series premier since the Vampire Diaries. The show didn't waste any time pushing Gustin's human character, Barry Allen, into his "metahuman" character, The Flash.

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