During The Boys‘ season 2 Comic-Con At Home panel, it was announced by executive producer Seth Rogen that the series had an early pick-up for a third season, much to the delight of the show’s creator, Eric Kripke, and the show’s cast.

Perhaps I’m getting a little ahead of myself…but I was just so excited about a season 3 (to premiere…sometime in the future…WEAR YOUR MASKS SO WE CAN HAVE MORE OF THIS SHOW) that I had to share this news first.

Without further ado, let’s talk about the panel.

A year ago, I was living my best life on holiday in New Zealand. I have missed that country every day since my return to the States, and have been not-so-secretly plotting my (permanent) return to the country I fell deeply in love with.

Until then, I’ll settle for watching films set in New Zealand, and/or written by or starring Kiwis. I want you to fall in love with this country as much as I have, and to celebrate the talented filmmakers from there. So, without further ado, let’s talk film.

The FOX Network is premiering Gotham in their fall lineup, and so far, I’ve been ambivalent about the idea of a new superhero show about my all time favorite bat dude and here is why; it’s FOX.

Then I saw the trailer.

Dammit, it looks good. FOX, do I dare embark on this sci-fi journey with you, knowing your track record for canceling really excellent shows?  My fangirl heart can’t deal with falling for a really great show on a network that doesn’t seem to have any connoisseurs of sci-fi on the “Keep it” committee.  May I present exhibit LIFE:

Firefly

Watched: The entire season

This one hurts, still. I will never, ever forgive you, FOX, for canceling this brilliant show. #TeamJoss

Almost Human

Watched: half of the ONLY season on Hulu.

Day After. Every week. Til I realized it was too good to be true and broke it off before I could get hurt. FOX, you didn’t want a show with a diverse cast and hot film actors with a unique setting and premise? Okaaaaay.