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Discussion in 'Misc. TV Series' started by :eek:, Apr 14, 2014.
It was during the Ceres incident I think. I will have to double check what/where was Medina.
I mean I Know there were riots on Ceres in season 1 but I don't remember any major casaulties.
I must double check, I may mix Eros and Ceres events.
No, I'm pretty sure that was Eros. Also, according to the fan wiki Medina was on Ceres, and not on Eros.
Meanwhile I edited my post realizing my mistake.
Oh, I see.
I summoned Google and it's as you said, it was an area on Ceres.
“The Medina” on Ceres is the marketplace where the “Gaunt Belter” activist was giving a pro-OPA speech when he called Miller welwlala. It’s where the anti-Martian riot happened.
"The Expanse" Wraps Fifth Season Filming - Dark Horizons
Curious to see what the will do with 'Alex' given the recent allegations against Cas Anvar.
First I'm hearing of it.
What happened? I did a quick google search but did not find anything.
Thanks, I did not think to check reddit.
I am Really disappoined if this turns out to be True. He seemed like such a Nice guy.
just seen things on twitter.... dude needs to be replaced
Some of what I'm reading just sounds like whining. One girl says he pressured her to come to his hotel room and then was an ******* when she refused. Another one says he wanted her to come over to his place and she said no and he was really rude. Both women call this assault. That's not assault. It's certainly *****ebag behaviour, but not assault.
Exclusive: ‘The Expanse’ Lands Early Season 6 Renewal at Amazon
Supposedly one of the crew members on the show tweeted that pre production has started for S6,but then quickly deleted it stating that they were not sure if they had the authority to tweet that.
With the 'virtual' TCA's happening this week I would not be surprised if Amazon drops the news of S6 renewal
I should wait for Amazon's official confirmation, but...
Should we even be surprised though? Considering that Bezoz apparently is a fan I think it would take a lot for them to cancel this show. Also, if they won't go past the books there can't be that many seasons left I assume?
I just wanna see a trailer for season 5 but I wonder if they wanna take it easy until all this about Cas has been sorted out.
I missed that they had already wrapped S5 before the shutdown, too, so double yay.
They wont go past the books?
Is that in the sense that the books wrap the story up, and they (the writers) don't want to do a Game of Thrones and ruin what is an otherwise brilliant show by expanding the expanse (see what I've done there?) and extending it unnecessarily, or they'll catch up with the (ongoing?) books and they don't wish to overshoot?
I have no idea lol. All I Know is that the writers themselves has said that the 9th book will be the last. If we assume that they don't leave it open for possible more stories then maybe the show will stop where the books stop?
Regarding GoT, did they not contiunue the show only beacuse the writer took so long with the remaining books?
They still have a lot cover, I think as the show moves forward they will be focused on doing 1 season per book, whereas in the past seasons they had basically covered 1 season over 2 books.
Season 5 (book 5: 'Nemesis Games')
Season 6 (book 6: Babylon's Ashes')
Season 7 (Book 7 'Persepolis Rising')
Season 8 (Book 8 ''Tiamat's Wrath')
Season 9 ( Book 9 'untitled final book due out end of 2020/21)
They did, yeah, but they shouldn't have, or they should at least have handled it far better than they did do.
The first four or five seasons (I think) followed the books and were for a large part, character focused. The last three seasons couldn't follow a book, because the book hadn't been released (and I don't think GRRM will ever finish the books). GRRM supposedly told the writers key elements of what was to happen and then let them run with it, but they did a terrible job and everything was rushed to that bitter ending.
That's all very well, providing the cast all wish to stick around for the duration. If they can get nine seasons for nine books(?) and it's a conclusive end, that'll be a good show. There's very few shoes that manage to go on for that long that remain consistent throughout.
The only exception I can think of off hand is Supernatural, which started strong, and is still going strong, but certainly suffered a bit through some of the middle seasons with where to go.
I can't imagine explaining to a newcomer, "Yeah, I know they've made 4 seasons adapting the first 4 books, but lemme tell ya...it's not exactly 1 season per book..."