Are You Going to Watch Superman & Lois?

  • Yes when it goes on a streaming service
  • Yes on live tv/dvr
  • No

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Unless I despite (like Crisis on Infite Earths level hate) I will watch the first three episodes live or on CW streaming. If these give me no interest I will then check again for season 2. I have plenty of doubt, but I think Superman is worth spending a few hours for another potential show as good as Smallville.

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No, unless someone who knows me personally tells me I’d like it, or if they feature a minor character I really like. I’ve always been a much bigger cartoon fan that live action and its going to have to be amazing to be one of the few exceptions I watch. But I hope its good for those who are excited for it! Just not my cup of tea

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You didn’t like Crisis on Infinite Earths?!

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I’ll watch it eventually. I want to finish the New Adventures of Lois and Clark first. But I’m no rush as I kind of fell out of love with CW shows. I dug the trailer though.

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That is a huge understatement. Think of Clark’s hatred of Darkseid. Now times that by 1000. Now imagine that being continuing forever. You are then beginning to feel my hatred.

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I will when it gets to HBO Max. I hate the ads on The CW app.

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From what I have heard, from critics who got early viewings, this apparently does not feel like the other CW shows or let alone a CW show. I heard the Special effects look better than “Titans”.

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I’ll try it, but I’ll probably end up thinking I wasted an hour of my life and maybe lost some brain cells along the way.

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I know exactly what you mean. I once told Clark I do not like Man of Steel. He literally punched me an hour into the future.

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BvS is better than Man of Steel.

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I’m looking forward to giving it a shot. I’ve been reading a ton of Superman comics lately so I’m in the mood for it. :slight_smile:

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A hopeful review

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Is it bad that I loved both of those movies? :eyes:

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If it is, then at least we’re in the same boat, my friend. Loved ‘em both.

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Man of Steel is alright. There were some themes I liked. I thought Michael Shannon (possibly shocker to some) surpassed Terrence Stamp as Zod, but I did not like Henry Cavill as Superman. Maybe it’s not his fault, but Tom Welling at least acknowledged source material before saying “hmmm, nay, unrealistic” or something like that.

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That’s 2 hours, not 1. I’m gonna judge the series by the pilot episode.

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When the title was released, I was excited to see Tyler Hoechlin in his own series. I’ve seen the previews now, and am skeptical. The farm doesn’t look like the CW’s Arrowverse cross-overs.
The farm looks more like the one used in “Man of Steel”. I’m hoping for the best. I don’t like commercials, so I’m gonna wait to watch the CW streaming.
Here’s wishing good luck.

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Lots of people love those both Man of Steel and BvS. I think Man of Steel is more popular, but BvS definitely qualities as a “cult movie.” As bad a name as some of the lunatics on twitter have given the BvS fans occasionally, my strongest experience with others who love those films is very positive. There’s a lot of us out there who see nuance and heart in both those films!

As for Superman & Lois, of course I’ll watch it! It’s the first live action Superman TV show with the cape and everything since the 90s! This is big, haha! I’m really excited to see where it goes; I really hope I love it! I have some concerns as always, but overall the excitement of possibilities is just so much, I’m really looking forward to seeing it!

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My only problem is that that would be great… if it wasn’t Superman. I’m trying my best not to judge till I actually see the show, but… I don’t know if we really need more dark Superman… I don’t know, I could end up liking it, so who knows. I can’t tell until I see it.