Trailer Probe watches sci-fi-ish TV trailers to help you waste your computer time wisely. Geek explosion content is reasons you will like it, dork disengagement level is why you won't.
Dork disengagement level:
Rick Springfield did a quickly canceled Human Target
show in 1992. This one has no dudes with hair gel and earrings! Where are my dudes with hair gel and earrings?
This is based on a DC Comics superhero. But the guy playing Human Target has blond hair, not black hair with white temples! How dare the makers change a DC superhero who was in a few short stories 30 years ago!
Geek explosion content: So in the trailer, the Human Target, Emerson from Pushing Daisies, and Rorschach from Watchmen protect Number Six from Battlestar Galactica aboard a Supertrain.
That is excellent.
Can the show just be two minutes long? Because that trailer ruled, and I'm afraid if it goes any longer, it would ruin it.
More clips show off expanded views of the ruling. I hope it doesn't stop ruling.
Preview 1: Human Target vs. a mad bomber what bombs in the middle of the day. Dug it.
The other three are longer versions of parts of the trailer. preview 1, preview 2, and preview 4 are pretty good.
The best one is preview 3, with Emerson vs. Rorschach.
So it's on Fox. But it's not on Friday night. So it might not be canceled immediately. Time for us to get attached before it's ripped away from us! Whoo-whoo!
Geek explosion level: 850,000 geek parts per million.