Sometimes I volunteer to help freshmen and sophomore students with introductory physics and calculus courses. The problem is most of them are not stimulated and take these courses because they are obligatory.
On the other hand some TV series, such as CSI Miami, contains scenes which show how some of the technologies that based on physics principles can be used in some jobs for example to help solving a crime. When the young generation see such TV shows they can actually get stimulated about science and physics and it can show them that it is not only useful but also it can open to them real exciting career opportunities. Of course the scientific content can be misleading.
Because of that, I was wondering if there is(are) some site(s) which discuss the science of such TV series and other series to filter the true science from the exaggeration. One can use such "filtered" interesting examples to stimulate freshmen and sophomore students towards science in general and physics in particular and may be math.