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Riverdale season 5 has officially started filming

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Riverdale season 5 is officially filming!

Months after production would have started, Robert Aguirre-Sacasa shared an image from the first day back on the set of Riverdale. The first scene of the season, as Aguirre-Sacasa points out, features Archie, played by star KJ Apa, in a steam room. What’s new?

Riverdale opened up production offices earlier this month to prepare for the start of filming on season 5. The cast recently returned to Vancouver and had to quarantine for 14 days before they could start filming the new season.

Remember, the first few episodes of Riverdale season 5 will actually be the last few episodes of Riverdale season 4. The season was cut short because of the production shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic last spring.

The new season will also feature a seven-year time jump that brings Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead, Cheryl and the rest of these characters well into adulthood. That’s a super exciting development and I can’t wait to see how it shakes out.

Check out Aguirre-Sacasa’s tweet below!

When does Riverdale season 5 premiere?

Normally, we’d be expecting to see Riverdale season 5 premiere on The CW in the next month or so. New seasons almost always premiere in October. But, 2020 is a weird year for movies and TV with the coronavirus pandemic.

Accordingly, the Riverdale season 5 premiere has been pushed back to January 2021. We don’t know that official date yet, but that’s the month when the new season will premiere.

There was some fear that date might not be doable if filming couldn’t get started soon. Unless there are any major delays to production, that premiere date will happen sometime in January 2021.

If there are delays, we could see the Riverdale season 5 premiere pushed back. It’s happened with a lot of other shows and movies with cast and crew members testing positive for COVID-19.

At the time of publishing, we’re anticipating Riverdale season 5 will be released on Netflix in the late summer of 2021. The season finale should air in July or August, and then the season will be added to Netflix eight days after the finale airs on The CW.

We’ll let you know more about Riverdale season 5 when we find out. Now that the show is filming the new season, we should learn a lot more about the season in the coming weeks.

You can watch the first four seasons of the hit teen series on Netflix right now.

Next: Everything you need to know about Riverdale S5

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One Punch Man Season 3 Release Date, and Trending News About the Show

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The first premier of One Punch Man was back in 2015. The inspiration behind One punch man is from a Japanese comic series. After its release, the series became popular in Japan and other countries as well. It took the show almost four years to come back with a second season in 2019.

Fans have been waiting patiently ever since for any news on a third season. One of the other reasons was also because the creators did not disappoint fans with season 2. The second season of One punch man was not only better but even more prominent than season 1.

Before releasing One punch man season 3, here is everything fans need to know about it.

What is the Storyline of One Punch Man?

As the name suggests, one punch man is about a superhero by Saitama. he is so powerful that he can defeat all his enemies with just a single punch. Saitama has to fight Battles with evil people and win against them.

Is One Punch Man Going to Have a Third Season?

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There is news that the production for season 3 is already on its way. However, the current pandemic is acting as a blockage for the third season as certain things are being put on hold. Other than that, there is no official confirmation from the creators of One punch man about season 3.

What will be the release date of one punch man if it is going to have a season 3?
As already mentioned before, numerous sources say that the production for season 3 is already on its way. But the creators are staying shut on this aspect. Until and unless there is no confirmation from the makers, speculating on a release date is difficult.

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But if at all, keeping in mind all the updates and news about Season 3 of One punch man, it will most likely release in 2021.

What Plot is One Punch Man Season 3 Going to Follow?

One punch man is all about superhero Saitama, who fights battles against enemies and win over them with a single punch. The story of season 3 is going to follow the same one from the previous seasons.

There can be a possibility of new additions and different characters keeping Saitama as the center point. However, due to the lack of updates on this front, nothing much can be said.

The Cast of Season 3 of One Punch Man

One punch man is a Japanese anime series, so it has voice over actors for its various characters. The show’s primary character, Saitama, will return for season 3 if there will be any.

Apart from Saitama’s character, there will be some new and different characters in the story. Talented actors will voice over these characters, but no news about the same is out yet.

Is There a Trailer for One Punch Man Season 3?

There is no official confirmation or updates regarding season three for One punch man. So there is no official trailer yet.

Everyone is waiting for confirmation on the third season for One punch man. This is because of the exciting storyline as well as the huge fan base. Just have to wait and hope until there is any news about the third season.

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Why the Emmys Should Recognize More Superhero Shows

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With the the success of HBO’s Watchmen at the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, it seems apparent that superhero shows CAN win awards.


For the longest time, the Academy has refused to recognize shows of the superhero genre, no matter how outstanding and critically relevant they are.


Yes, from time to time, a superhero show will receive an award for its stunts, costumes, or special effects, but rarely do we see an acting, writing, or directing award nomination for any of these shows, even when there are people deserving of the accolades.


Every year, the Emmys announce their nominations and the average person says “huh?”


While many of the nominated shows are worthy of recognition for their work, a majority of them are series that do not have a big following.


This is thanks to the ever-growing number of streaming services and the Academy’s recent tendency to lean towards cable instead of network television.


And, as a result, a lot of the shows that we all know and love are swept to the side, and the shows that suffer the Academy’s ignorance the most is the superhero genre.

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Since the early 2010s, superheroes have increased in popularity on both the small and big screens. There are so many shows that revolve around masked heroes and vigilantes that it’s hard to keep track of them.


Yet, they hardly get a coveted spot on TV’s biggest night.


We’ll admit that there are some shows that are more entertaining than they are groundbreaking, but there are a select few that are critically acclaimed and audience approved.


From the early days of Arrow to the cancelled-too-soon Jessica Jones, the Academy has ignored some great shows for far too long.

Oliver Looks On - Arrow Season 8 Episode 7


Watchmen was nominated for and won a considerable amount of awards, rightfully so, and it is based off a comic book series. So, why can’t the other popular superhero shows be featured at the Emmys?


Arrow Season 2 was not only the best season of the hooded archer series but was an outstanding program of television that year. And yet, it never recieved any kind of award attention.


Since it was a show on The CW, which the Academy is notorious for ignoring, and of the superhero genre, it was pushed to the side. The same can be said for The Flash Season 1.


But those seasons of Arrow and The Flash featured great writing, directing, acting, and all around good storytelling that kept the audience on their toes.


Sure, both shows had their ups and downs throughout their runs, but it’s hard to argue with the fact that they started out, oh, so good and paved the way for other superhero shows to do the same. At the very least, they deserve to be awarded for their legacy.

Marvel's Luke Cage Season 2


Network superhero shows, while occasionally being close to perfection, can also be a bit cheesy. If that’s the Academy’s problem, then sure, we might get it, but there are other, more mature superhero shows out there.


Take Watchmen for example. It is a show that was definitely not made for children but still featured masked heroes and won many awards.


The Netflix Marvel shows, on the other hand, rarely saw any kind of recognition at the Emmys.


The direction of Daredevil was breathtaking. The scenes featuring Krysten Ritter on Jessica Jones could be shown in acting classes. The Punisher’s storylines during both of its seasons were epic. And Luke Cage had Mahershala Ali for crying out loud!


Every one of these shows featured some sort of brilliance throughout their run, yet the only Emmy recognition they ever received was for stunts or title music.

Jon Bernthal is The Punisher


What the Emmys have done is reduced superhero series to only being good at one thing — stunts.


While the stunts featured are unlike anything else on television, they are not the only good thing about of note.


Sometimes, the stunts go hand-in-hand with the greatness of the series.


On Daredevil, each season featured a long, one-take fight scene. Everyone remembers the hallway scene on Daredevil Season 1 and the prison scene on Daredevil Season 3.


Of course, the stunt team would get awarded for the sheer jaw-dropping quality of those sequences, but direction, acting, and writing play a significant role in pulling them off, as well.

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Sometimes, the overall quality of superhero shows do not live up to the Academy’s standards. But there is no denying that some of the actors on those shows can act their butts off.


For example, Iain De Caestecker masterfully played Leopold Fitz on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Grant Gustin and Candice Patton are forces to be reckoned with on The Flash, and as mentioned before, Krysten Ritter tore our hearts out as Jessica Jones.


Critics and fans alike agree that all of these actors have the ability to make us laugh, cry, love them, hate them, and everything in between. They make us feel so many emotions, and it’s befuddling the reasons as to why they have not been recognized.


Characters play a huge part, if not the most important part, in a show’s success. If your audience can’t relate to the characters, then it’s all over.


Thankfully these superhero shows have great actors that play their characters to the fullest — if only they got awarded at the Emmys for their massive talent.

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A lot of the shows I have mentioned so far did amazing on their early seasons, but lessened in quality as the years went on.


But there is one show that has only gotten better over time — DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.


One might watch this Arrowverse spin-off about a ragtag group of wannabe heroes and think that it has no place at the Emmys, with its out-there storylines and characters, but I think that is the exact reason why it’s Emmy-worthy.


Not only is it entertaining and hilarious to watch, the acting, writing, and directing are clever and superb, and it features a wide variety of heroes with superpowers or special skills.


There is nothing else quite like DC’s Legends of Tomorrow on TV with its delightfully weird stories, making it stand out from all the rest. And that more than qualifies it as a show that deserves all the Emmys, right?

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The bottom line is that it is tiring watching the same kind of shows be nominated for Emmys every year.


And let’s be honest, their ratings are declining, and we all know why — almost no one watches the nominated shows, so why would anyone want to watch awards given to a bunch of shows they’ve never watched?


We are living in a time where there are more television shows to watch than there are items on The Cheesecake Factory’s menu, so we know it is impossible to include them all.


However, there are a ton of other great shows that the Academy can recognize rather the familiar nominees they have been featuring every year.


And some of those are in the superhero genre — shocking, I know.


What do you think TV Fanatics?


Do you think superhero shows are unfairly ignored by the Academy? What shows do you wish were recognized at the Emmys?


Let me know in the comments!

Sarah Little is a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow her on Twitter.

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Despite Nvidia’s AI Lead, There’s No Such Thing As ‘Huang’s Rule’!!!

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casino baccarat strategy The modern AI and machine-learning industry has been more or less invented by Nvidia over the past decade. The business continues to make impressive generation-on-generation strides and Ampere’s per dollar output is very strong. Currently, Nvidia does not have any significant competition in the GPU AI market. “But there is no such thing as” Huang’s Rule, “having said all that. That is the appellation given by Christopher Mims of the Wall Street Journal to Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang.

So, what’s the Rule of Huang? “Well, it’s a mistaken description of Moore’s Law, but instead of” Moore “with the word” Huang “in front of it. Specifically: I call it Huang’s Rule, after the chief executive and co-founder of Nvidia Corp., Jensen Huang. It describes how every two years the silicon chips that power artificial intelligence more than double in performance.

Why doesn’t work the Description?

In combining Moore’s Law with Dennard scaling, Mims begins his description. Moore’s Law predicted that every two years, the number of transistors on a chip will double. Dennard Scaling projected that it would reduce their power consumption and allow for faster clocks by building smaller transistors closer together. A calculation of density is Moore’s Law. Dennard Scaling calculates per watt efficiency and applies to absolute performance. It is true that in the colloquial discourse, these two different discoveries are always merged, but in this particular case, combining the two confuses the reality of the situation franse tierce.

Mims writes: “The rule of Moore slowed down, and some say it’s over.” But a new rule, theoretically no less relevant for the next half-century of computing, has emerged paroxetine 10 mg.

The definition of Moore’s Law, as we have mentioned a few times on this page, is nuanced and vulnerable to periodic changes. If you conflate Moore’s Law and Dennard’s scaling mistakenly, Moore’s Law has slowed down a lot. If you consider Moore’s Law strictly as a measure of transistor density, it’s actually kept close to its historical long-term speed. This 1970-2018 map makes it very clear. Dennard Scaling, which ended in about 2004, was what broke down jouer au carte 500 gratuit.

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