So, how’d you all enjoy yesterday’s Dark Matter Monday with super secret special guest stars Melissa O’Neil and Zoie Palmer?
What? What do you mean you missed it?! Didn’t I tell you it was NOT to be missed?
Well, don’t beat yourself up over it. The gang at Orville Nation has you covered…
Next week, we’ll be discussing Virtual Season 4 Episodes 4.01, 4.02, and 4.03.
In case you need to brush up…
August 10, 2019: Dark Matter Virtual Season 4, Episode 4.01 gets the video treatment!
August 12, 2019: Dark Matter Virtual Season 4, Episode 4.02 gets the video treatment!
Cup Noodle Soft Serve Ice Cream? Yes/No
Cup Noodle instant ramen topping ice cream is on sale now, Nissin reminds/threatens us https://t.co/IIgqXB998I via @RocketNews24En
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) July 6, 2021
Going to have to give this one a pass.
Pitch deck discussion on the Project F front tomorrow morning followed, hopefully, with some clarification on which K-Pop group(s) we’ll be approaching. I have two in minds – one male and one female – but would love to hear from their man in Seoul.
Further developments on TimEscape have me feeling cautiously optimistic. The team has a couple of potential homes in mind.
Once I’ve finished tweaking the pitch for the adaptation of the epic sci-fi comic book series, and follow up on the re-pitch of that classic science fiction t.v. series, I’m going to start beating out my take for the Dark Matter miniseries.
6 thoughts on “July 6, 2021: In case you missed it – Melissa O’Neil! Zoie Palmer! And the Dark Matter season 4 virtual episodes!”
Is that.. shrimp I see on top of the ice cream? That would “send an error message” to my brain, all right.
I sure hope TimEscape keeps rolling – love that premise! And as I said before, I will never give up on there being a proper ending to Dark Matter. It must happen!
Yesterday’s DMM was great. It was so nice to see Melissa & Zoie to close out with the last two members of the crew of the Raza.
Thank you for organizing all the virtual shows!
Fingers crossed for all your projects!
Dark Matter fans are another great affirmation of how the most loyal sci-fi fans really care about what the networks may not care so much about. I would look forward to a proper conclusion for Dark Matter too. Thank you, Joseph, for posting this.