Whether you’ve been keeping current with the show, or joined us for Season One, you know that it takes place during the 1960’s in the United Kingdom. And there is a cast member—a fictional role belonging to a wholly unique cultural icon.
You’ve also undoubtedly seen the news over the last 11 days. After more than 70 dutiful and gracious years, the Commonwealth has lost its sovereign and gained another, Charles lll. She was laid to rest today, so with gratitude, as citizens of the world, we offer the King our condolences, and support in his own pledge of devotion to public service that has come to define the House of Windsor.
Last season, during our watch-alongs, we celebrated aspects of British, Welsh, and Scottish culture, complete with music and a tea drinking game. As an institution of world history, and a steady paragon of leadership in rapidly changing times, the young Queen Elizabeth was included in our festivities, and will remain so. When the Queen appears, or someone mentions her (or her military), we drink.
With that, there’s only one more thing to say: Thank you, ma’am. You made good your vow, and one last time, God Save The Queen.
(Not a standard lone charger, but I think she’d appreciate its beauty) -Rc
The question now seems to be if the second season consisted of a full fifty-two episode run or if it’s to be canceled after the first twenty-six. Also- Supergirl voice actor Nicole Sullivan has left the series as well.
Nothing is confirmed and I’ve been on this like a hawk. My raven at WB will neither confirm nor deny. It’s hard for me to talk about as I’m so invested in this show. As everyone knows next to the in comics version this is my most fave representation of BG, and in light of my gurrrlll’s film debut cancelation, I’m going to be very sad if this show goes away.