This was really disappointing.
Somehow I hadn't even heard of this until recently but it is hilarious.
I enjoyed this enough to watch the two seasons but it really could have done with better writers. There was so little history actually changing that they missed some opportunities to make it feel like there was some actual danger of things going wrong. The last 4-5 episodes were really good.
Gave up after 3 episodes. The set design is great though.
I really enjoyed watching this 10 years on from the finale. My only complaint is the last season felt a little bit rushed.
Best show of the year by far.
Not enough David Tennant. Also not enough plot.
This is the pinnacle of garbage reality TV and I couldn't stop watching.
Nature is nasty.
We watched season 9 this time; it's not as bad as I'd remembered. If this had been done completely separately as a show, I think it might have been received better. Eliza Coupe is hilarious.
They found some pretty interesting people for this to interview, not all the usual suspects (although some are there of course like John Romero).
Such a shame this got cancelled when it did, it was a great show.
No point in going past season 2.
I think this is where it started going downhill.
Same as season 29, a mixed bag and lots of callbacks.
That fucking Spider-Man robot, wow.
A few good episodes but nothing amazing. A lot of "remember when we were good" callbacks.
Hannah John-Kamen needs to be in everything.
I think this could do with the episodes being maybe 15 minutes longer as they're quite shallow right now but it's saved by how weird and fascinated by everything that Jeff Goldblum is.
This was wild. I couldn’t stop watching.
I'm amazed at the restraint the writers had to not put Batman in this until the final episode (which was weird but whatever).
This is such a good series.
Paul Rudd is a treasure (and possibly immortal).