I have been watching this wonderful show called, “The Librarians” on TNT. It is about three runner-up candidates for the librarian position who work with a kernel from the military on quests. This is the current Librarian and a caretaker also. The three librarians work with the guardian to form a group seeking out artifacts with magic to lock away in the library.
This is mostly about four experts in mathematics/science, thievery/technology, hi IQ/loves art, and military/leader. The caretaker has the long life issue so he is helpful in a jam. Basically, nerds and geeks unite to find magic in the world the lock up to prevent world destruction. I love this show.
Savind the World One Story at a Time
Season one the library disappeared so the Librarian needed to find it. Meanwhile, the guardian (who protects the librarian) had to get the librarian candidates that were dead to come help with the search for magic. This was a great season.
I am a nerd/geek, so the magic, art history, technology, and the karate fights leave me in awe. There is a bit of comedy included too. This is like a video game gone wrong. There is always some history thing that is in a book they have to research, which can be brought from the library. This is a show that makes my dreams come true.
There is a scene where their enemy cuts the fabric of time and there are alternate realities, which all nerds like. Everyone in the alternate realities become the Librarian but is failing because the guardian had already died. In reality, she was dying in the original scene where the fabric was cut and therefore, cause her to be dead in all the other realities. This was so intense.
There is science, mathematics, history, and technology. With all of those together geeks are proud too. I am a lover of libraries, but I don’t read. This show makes me want to pick up one of the books in this story and start reading to learn the difference in the stories I know and the written versions. I can expand on my science, mathematics, and history knowledge. I already focus on technology daily, it just makes me notice details they are putting in the show.
This show can teach students about things they have not experienced yet because they were afraid of being called a nerd or geek. It’s okay to expand your mind in science, to learn more about history, and use technology to do so. I have gotten a great experience from this show and it isn’t over. I can keep watching for more artifacts from the past to find out where there really came from and what books to read.