This week we talk small towns and big TV crossovers!

Don’t miss this Friday’s Episode of Geek Hard where Andrew and Mr. Green will get you ready for the return of Letterkenny, the successful Crave TV original comedy series set to begin their second season on Christmas Day! That’s right, the show about a town full of hicks, skids, horny Christians and hockey players will be back for another round of streaming enjoyment on December 25th. And to help you get ready for it, we’ll be joined by one of the stars of the show, Michelle Mylett. Michelle plays Katy, the younger sister of series star Wayne (played by show creator Jared Keeso) who she tries to keep in line when she not hanging out with hockey players. Michelle will be on to talk about the success of the show and let us know what we can expect from Season 2. Here’s a quick bio on Michelle:

l6i5iybqpbpopqydgwyc7pmcczeMichelle Mylett starred as Sam in the 2013 Horror/Sci-Fi Antisocial as well as it’s sequel, Antisocial 2. She has also made guest appearances on hit television programs The Strain and Lost Girl. In 2016, Michelle was a cast member in 2 Canadian television series: Letterkenny for Crave TV and Four in the Morning for CBC. Season 2 of Letterkenny will be available for streaming on Crave on December 25th.

For more on Michelle Mylett, be sure to listen to our interview this Friday.

Letterkenny won’t be the only television show we’ll be talking about. We’ll also be taking a look at “Invasion”, the four-part CW DC Heroes crossover that aired on Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow last week. This ambitious TV event combining the full power of the entire “Berlantiverse” was a huge ratings success! But was it great TV or just a “Flash” in the pan? And will this success continue for all four shows going forward. Listen this Friday to hear Andrew and Mr. Green’s review of the crossover and their predictions for the future.

All this, plus the news and reviews that you’ve come to expect, right here on Geek Hard. Listen LIVE! This Friday at 7pm Eastern on the station that loves all TV shows great and small, Pitter patter, let’s get at ‘er!

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The CW DC Crossover was a ratings hit. But was it any good?

The CW DC Crossover was a ratings hit. But was it any good?