In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss how the releases of Tenet (1:50) and Mulan (16:35) went and how it may effect the rest of the year for movie theaters. We also discuss the new diversity and inclusion standards The Academy introduced for best picture eligibility (22:50). Finally, we review the first half of The Boys season two (32:20) and the series premiere of We Are Who We Are (54:20).
Saturday, September 19, 2020
Friday, September 11, 2020
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 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards. The ceremony will be on Sunday, September 20th on ABC.
We predict the acting categories for drama series (3:10), limited series (27:30) and comedy series (34:55) as well as the main three: outstanding drama series, outstanding limited series, and outstanding comedy series.
Friday, September 4, 2020
In this week's clip show episode we look back at our discussions on the shows that are nominated in the outstanding drama series, comedy series and limited series categories for the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards. These spoiler-filled reviews include Watchmen (1:30), Succession (21:40), The Crown (42:15), Tiger King (57:25), The Morning Show (1:09:35) and The Good Place (1:25:50).
This episode was complied from past episodes and can also be played on iTunes, Twitch and YouTube. For even more Emmy coverage check out our reviews of Little Fires Everywhere, Mrs. America, Stranger Things, The Last Dance, Westworld and so many more by searching the blog. Plus don't forget to check out our special nomination reaction show before next week's prediction show.
Thursday, August 27, 2020
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss how the Emmys will pull off a virtual ceremony (1:50), a Stranger Things "drive-into experience" (12:45) and all the recent changes and cancellations at Comedy Central (16:55). We review the Apple TV+ documentary film Boys State (25:20) and finish our Summer TV catch-up series by discussing the final two episodes of Amazon's The Boys season 1 (42:00). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been individually watching and playing this summer (54:40).
Saturday, August 22, 2020
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss AMC Theaters' latest reopening strategy including 15-cent tickets (1:40). We also discuss the Blockbuster Airbnb (12:25) and why Fortnite has been banned from the Apple and Google Play stores (16:45). We also review the series premiere of HBO's Lovecraft Country (27:05). Finally we continue our Summer TV catch-up series by discussing the episodes 4-6 of Amazon's The Boys season 1 (39:10).
Friday, August 14, 2020
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the announcement that Mulan will be released on Disney+ and how theater owners around the world reacted (1:50). We also discuss the ever-changing movie offerings on streaming services (14:55) and how the Twitter account "One Perfect Shot" is becoming an HBO Max series (20:30). Next we discuss the premiere week of Big Brother 22 and our thoughts on the "all-star" houseguests (27:10). Finally we start our Summer TV catch-up series by discussing the first three episodes of Amazon's The Boys season 1 (44:10).
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle invite on Nick Rojas, Marc DeSisto and Nick Boyle from The Good, The Bad & The Watchable podcast. They discuss Tenet's new release strategy (4:35) and the deal Universal Pictures made with AMC Theaters to shorten theatrical windows (12:30). Finally, the six hosts share their favorite summer blockbusters of all-time (20:00).