Greetings, AFROnerdists! Again, let's dive in....check out a new episode of our Mid-Week in Review (MWIR) podcast airing Wednesdays at 7pm eastern. Oh and each broadcast is engineered by the Afronerd Radio machine. Listen as we wax prolific about the following issues: our thoughts about this past weekend's Oscars (Spike Lee, Spiderverse, Black Panther, Beale Street, Trump's comments, Green Book controversy, etc); it appears that actor, Yahya Abdul-Mateen will be a double duty franchisee with gigs in Aquaman and Jordan Peele's The Candyman; a male college student successfully settles with his university for being too drunk to consent to relations he had with a female friend (he should play lotto); another article explores the idea of a Black Superman film per Michael B, Jordan's Oprah interview (and rightfully, not Clark Kent); more Democratic presidential candidates are discussing #ADOS (indirectly) and the idea of reparations (sort of); the folks responsible for CBS' reworking of Sherlock Holmes on Elementary have submitted a pilot for a new Frankenstein series with Bull's Saidah Arrika Ekulona cast as a series regular; and after The Oscars and the aforementioned Black Supes mention, The Hollywood Reporter discusses the future of Black Superhero films. Call LIVE at 646-915-9620.