I AM an old time fan. watched the ORIGINAL RUN of TOS, participated in the Save Season 3 letter campaign (real stamps and envelopes, no email back then) and helped keep the franchise relevant during the "dry years". I don't care for Disco. Mainly my issue is "WHY a prequel?" ALL the problems from older fans would go away had it been set after TNG-era shows, the "Klingons made new aliens, and Michael an adopted child of aging Spock. ALL the problems would evaporate.
Why aren't there any links for the 2nd season? Another website has all of 2nd season with links! I like this website better but will use the other site until someone can upload the 2nd season but by the time that happens, I'll have watched every episode on another site.
If you are wanting a superhero show then this is not your show as it is more of a gritty teen drama more than anything. The issues and problems are ones facing many kids who deal with mature issues that they should not have to. The superpower hero thing is just a backdrop in this show really not the focus of it. In this case from that standpoint, the show is ok but brings nothing new to the table that has not been rehashed over again in other shows. More than anything the show will not make a full season if it keeps heading this way. As Smallville had its charms but was, in my opinion, the worse superhero series ever, this one is worse for the comic book crowd. As it does not have enough of the comic book aspect in it, no costumes, no real use of the powers and mind head trip dreams. This all comes together to leave most confused and turning the channel, to a more serious grounded in reality show. I had hoped it would pick up some motion but it 3rd episode in still they are not even a team or have a full grasp of powers. But even this would have been fine if it was not for the total lack of the aforementioned powers and them being together. Still, I will continue to check on this and hope that at some point the superhero part will become more dominating and not just used as a device to further the story.
Year : 2013
Episode Runtime: 60
First Aired: January 7, 2013
Status : Continuing
Black Ink Crew Season 6 Episode 10 (s06e10)
Enter the world of the "Black Ink Crew" and meet the girls and guys that run this black-owned and operated tattoo shop on 113th and Lennox, right in the heart of NYC's Harlem. The employees are a tight, but totally dysfunctional "family." For many of them, this shop is the key to turning their lives around, and for some of them, it's their first legitimate job off the streets. Black Ink is more than just a tattoo shop to the people who work there. The shop is also a magnet for hip-hop stars and athletes, but the real flavor comes from the quite colorful characters that walk into the shop on a daily basis. Inside the doors of Black Ink, you never know what you are going to get. From the sexy new girl on the block, Dutchess, to the party animal of the group, Puma, the characters are crazy, sexy and, most of all, loveable. This hour-long docu-series follows the lives of Ceasar, Dutchess, Alex, Sassy, Puma, and O' Sh!t, as they work, live, party, and hang out in Harlem. "Black Ink Crew" explores the friendships, crushes, rivalries and craziness that comes when a group of friends become family. "Black Ink Crew" premieres Monday, January 7th at 9 PM ET/PT on VH1. "Black Ink Crew" is executive produced by Dan Cesareo, Doug DePriest and Ken Martinez for Big Fish Entertainment. Executive producers for VH1 are Shelly Tatro, Kari Mcfarland, Rick Hankey and Jeff Olde.
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