Dearest Curious Crowd, welcome to the final nerdy news bites ever. We’re revamping NC and we feel that our news posts have run their course. There are tons of resources that cover all the breaking nerdy news, so there’s no real need for another formal post on it. We’ll still be retweeting and sharing relevant news on our social media with #NerdyNewsBites, but there won’t be a formal blog post about them. You’ll be able to search for the hashtag and get your roundup that day or week.
Here’s the final countdown!
10. The Merger
Can’t wait for this to get wrapped up so we can see what’s going to happen with the MCU.
— Comicbook.com (@ComicBook) December 27, 2018
9. Kennedy Center Honors
Broadway nerds rejoice for these performances.
— BroadwayWorld (@BroadwayWorld) December 27, 2018
8. Stan Lee
It would’ve been Stan’s 96th birthday this week.
— BossLogic (@Bosslogic) December 28, 2018
7. Doctor Who
Who is ready for New Years?!
— Doctor Who Official (@bbcdoctorwho) December 28, 2018
6. Black Mirror
Five endings and interactive viewing enters the game.
Black Mirror #Bandersnatch is out. After 18 months of planning and production (and pain), it marks the beginning of Netflix’s transformation of interactive storytelling. So grab your remote control. You’re gonna need it. https://t.co/LwVoSFjk26
— WIRED (@WIRED) December 28, 2018
Season 3 premieres January 13th!
— Masterpiece PBS (@masterpiecepbs) December 24, 2018
Here’s a reminder that 2019 is a big Disney year!
— Comic Book Resources (@CBR) December 27, 2018
3. Katherine Johnson
A book to add to your nerdlings reading list space nerds.
The Retired NASA mathematician was one of the pioneering black women featured in the book and film “Hidden Figures.” Katherine Johnson’s “Reaching for the Moon” is an autobiography for middle graders that will be published next fall. https://t.co/EnBGFQ0Fl9
— NBCWashington (@nbcwashington) December 20, 2018
2. The Crown
First look from Season 3 and the new cast.
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) December 21, 2018
1. In Memoriam
A look back at those we lost this year.
Remembering the many big names in pop culture, science and politics who left us this year.https://t.co/Z7UEfCPwl0
— CNET News (@CNETNews) December 19, 2018
Here’s to 2019! We hope your have a very happy and nerdy new year! Don’t forget to follow, like, and subscribe to continue to follow our curious adventures.