In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss updates to the possible IATSE strike and how Hollywood may not be out of the woods yet (1:30). We also discuss a NYC subway dating show (8:40), possible expansions to the Super Bowl halftime show (13:25) and an upcoming movie that will only be in one theater at a time (and never on DVD/streaming) (21:50). Next we review the season three premiere of Succession entitled "Secession" (28:00) and the series premiere of Only Murders in the Building (43:15). Finally, we have spoiler-filled mini-reviews of the miniseries Midnight Mass (55:00) and season one of Squid Game (58:00).
Thursday, October 21, 2021
Thursday, October 14, 2021
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss a country holding a real-life Squid Game (1:40) and two upcoming spin-offs of That '70s Show (4:50) and WandaVision (9:45). We also preview Scream 5 by discussing the new trailer (13:55). Next we review the reboot premiere of Legends of the Hidden Temple (22:30) and all of Ted Lasso season 2 (37:25). Finally, Kyle has a bunch to say about a specific type of shot in filming live sports (59:10).
Friday, October 8, 2021
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the NBCUniversal and YouTubeTV carriage dispute (1:45), the possibility of commercials on Disney+ (10:45) and why the CEO of WarnerMedia thinks he is going to lose his job (17:45). We also review the series premieres of The Problem with Jon Stewart (26:00) and the phenomenon that is Squid Game (40:55). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been individually watching and playing including the third seasons of The Circle and What We Do in the Shadows (54:25).
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Thursday, September 30, 2021
Thursday, September 23, 2021
Podcast Episode 357: 73rd Emmys Recap, The Premise Series Premiere and Brooklyn Nine-Nine Series Finale
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss everything from the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards including the big winners, the snubs and the ceremony itself (1:25). We also preview Succession season three by discussing the new trailer (32:45). Next, we review the series premiere of The Premise (38:00) and the series finale of Brooklyn Nine-Nine (49:00). Finally, Kyle has a bunch to say about Peacock and live sports in the first edition of Kyle's Corner (56:40).
Friday, September 17, 2021
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the 25 million dollar ad campaign from AMC Theaters (1:30) and the nostalgia over Steve from Blue's Clues (10:30). We also discuss the Paramount CEO shake-up and what this could mean for the studio's future films (15:45). Next we preview The Matrix Resurrections by discussing the new trailer (23:45) . Finally, we review the series premieres of Impeachment: American Crime Story (31:20) and Y: The Last Man (47:55).
Thursday, September 9, 2021
Every year we try to predict the very unpredictable Emmys in a very special episode of Dual Redundancy. This year Dave, Kyle and John try and forecast who will take home the Emmy in all the major categories for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards. The ceremony will be on Sunday, September 19th on CBS & Paramount+.
We predict the acting categories for drama series (6:30), limited series (25:30) and comedy series (40:15) as well as the main three: outstanding drama series, outstanding limited series, and outstanding comedy series.