Friday, September 17, 2021

Podcast Episode 356: Impeachment: American Crime Story and Y: The Last Man Premieres

 

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).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Podcast Episode 355: 73rd Primetime Emmy Award Predictions (Emmys 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.



For more Emmy coverage be sure to check out our clip show of nominated show reviews and our nomination reaction special.  You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, September 2, 2021

Podcast Episode 354: The Chair Series Premiere and The Other Two Season 2 Premiere

 

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss Mike Richards being fired as executive producer of Jeopardy (1:45), TV Guide's list of the 100 best TV shows on TV right now (5:55) and the viral video of James Corden performing a Crosswalk Musical as a rat (15:05). Next we preview Spider-Man: No Way Home by discussing the new trailer (19:20). We also review the series premiere of The Chair (28:10) and the season two premiere of The Other Two (40:20). Finally as Summer comes to an end we recap the films we picked and auctioned off back in May (49:05).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, August 26, 2021

Podcast Episode 353: Our Emmy Coverage of the 2021 Drama, Comedy and Limited Series Nominees

 

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 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards. These reviews include The Crown (2:25), Lovecraft Country (16:35), Ted Lasso (27:35), PEN15 (35:10), WandaVision (42:55) and The Queen's Gambit (58:00).



You can also listen to past episodes (including our special Emmy nomination reaction show) on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, August 19, 2021

Podcast Episode 352: The White Lotus Season 1 and Dave Season 2

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss The Exorcist trilogy coming to theaters and Peacock (1:30), the cancellation of Ultimate Slip 'n' Slide (6:30), a Mouse Trap TV series (12:30) and the latest spin-offs from Ryan Murphy's American Story franchise (15:25). We also preview the upcoming Impeachment: American Crime Story series (23:55). Finally, we review season one of The White Lotus (30:30) and season two of Dave including both of their finales (49:00).

 

You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Podcast Episode 351: The Suicide Squad and Mr. Corman Series Premiere

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the news that Mike Richards may become the next Jeopardy host (1:55) and Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow lawsuit against Disney (11:30). Next we review James Gunn's The Suicide Squad film (24:30) and the series premiere of Apple TV+'s Mr. Corman (42:30). Finally, we debut a new segment called Coming Attractions where we preview the upcoming film House of Gucci (50:35).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Podcast Episode 350: The White Lotus Series Premiere and I Think You Should Leave Season 2

 

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle catch up on Summer entertainment news including Jerry Seinfeld's Pop Tart movie (2:00) and Tessa Thompson's jigsaw puzzle TV show (6:30). We also discuss news that James Gandolfini was paid NOT to join The Office (11:30) and how Joe Exotic is holding a contest to find a date for when he is released from prison (14:30). Next we review the series premiere of HBO's The White Lotus (20:20). Finally, we break down everything from I Think You Should Leave season two (33:20).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, July 22, 2021

Podcast Episode 349: Space Jam: A New Legacy and Schmigadoon Series Premiere

 

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss Spike Lee prematurely announcing the big winner at the Cannes Film Festival (2:05), Netflix's new expansion into video games (7:00) and how AI voice technology was used in the Anthony Bourdain documentary Roadrunner (15:00). Next we review the film Space Jam: A New Legacy starring LeBron James (22:55). Finally, we review the series premiere of Apple TV+'s Schmigadoon (47:05)! 



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Podcast Episode 348: Reacting to the 73rd Primetime Emmy Nominations (Emmys 2021)

In this week's special episode David and Kyle react to the 2021 Emmy nominations! After discussing overall nomination stats (2:40), we discuss all the surprises and snubs from the drama series (7:55), comedy series (22:20) and limited series (39:50) categories. The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards will take place on September 19th on CBS & Paramount+.


You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Podcast Episode 347: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory: The 50th Anniversary Podcast Special

In this week's special episode David, John and Kyle discuss and break down the 1971 musical fantasy film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory in celebration of the film's 50th anniversary. 

We break down the film scene by scene, discuss our favorite moments and discuss some behind the scene facts. Directed by Mel Stuart and based on the Roald Dahl novel, the film was released June 30th 1971 by Paramount Pictures and stars Gene Wilder, Jack Albertson and Peter Ostrum.



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast (including other movie breakdowns) on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Podcast Episode 346: Physical Series Premiere and Dave Season 2 Premiere

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the mysterious test email sent out by HBO Max (1:25), Steven Spielberg's Netflix deal (10:50) and the NFT auction of Charlie Bit My Finger (16:30). We also review the series premiere of Apple TV+'s Physical (23:25) and the season two premiere episodes of FXX's Dave (34:35). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been individually watching and playing recently including Bo Burnham: Inside and Luca (48:15).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Podcast Episode 345: Loki Series Premiere and In the Heights

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss a controversial newspaper advertisement for the series Sweet Tooth (1:25), possible real-life punishments inspired by Black Mirror (7:20), the latest streaming data (12:20) and the launch of a Netflix store (15:40). We also review the series premiere of the latest Marvel series Loki (24:55). Finally, we discuss the new musical film In the Heights (37:40) and the troubling box office numbers surrounding the film (51:10).


 

You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Podcast Episode 344: Lisey's Story Premiere and Mare of Easttown Finale

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss Amazon's agreement to acquire MGM and what this may mean for franchises like James Bond (1:35). We also discuss the new logo for Warner Bros. Discovery (14:00) and how the theater chain AMC is thanking new investors that have caused their stock to skyrocket (19:00). Next, we review the series premiere of Apple TV+'s Lisey's Story (26:15) and the finale of HBO's Mare of Easttown (38:35). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been individually watching and playing recently including A Quiet Place Part II (50:15).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Podcast Episode 343: Our 2021 Summer Movie Auction

In this week's special episode David, John and Kyle preview the summer movie season by holding our first ever movie auction! Each host will "bid" on their most anticipated summer releases and whoever has the highest bid will have that film join their roster. Each host has $1000 to spend and each host needs three films. Let the game begin!

You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Be sure to check out last year's discussion on our all-time favorite summer blockbusters by clicking here.

Friday, May 21, 2021

Podcast Episode 342: Halston and Hacks Series Premieres

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the news that AT&T will merge WarnerMedia and Discovery and what this means for HBO Max (1:30). We also discuss Netflix's possible N-Plus service (15:00), Twitter's Super Follow and Tip Jar additions (21:45) and how we may have advertisements displayed on our car dashboards (29:45). Finally, we review the series premieres of Netflix's Halston (38:50) and HBO Max's Hacks (48:45).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, May 13, 2021

Podcast Episode 341: Girls5eva and Invincible Series Premieres

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss new software programs that can use AI to dub acting performances into other languages (1:30) and also add in product placement to classic content (11:15). We also discuss two new pieces of entertainment based on classic games: a Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots movie (17:50) and a Guess Who TV game show (23:25). Next, we review the series premieres of Peacock's Girls5eva (28:25) and Amazon Prime Video's Invincible (38:30). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been individually watching and playing recently including The Circle season two (50:55).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, May 6, 2021

Podcast Episode 340: Tenet and The Mosquito Coast Series Premiere

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss a new system that will scan your living room to count the number of viewers for home video rentals (2:00). We also discuss how one woman faces felony charges for an overdue VHS tape (10:10) and how one man was trapped on a reality TV show (14:10). Next, we review the series premiere of Apple TV+'s The Mosquito Coast (19:35) and the film Tenet, which was just released on HBO Max (33:45). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been individually watching and playing recently including Mortal Kombat and Made for Love season one (54:15).

You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Friday, April 30, 2021

Podcast Episode 339: 93rd Academy Awards Recap and Rutherford Falls Series Premiere

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the deals both Netflix and Disney made with Sony and their upcoming movie releases (1:45). We also discuss how Marvel is crossing over into a NBA game (14:00) and the fan erected billboard calling for Tony Stark to come back to the MCU (17:20). Next we break down everything from the 93rd Academy Awards including the winners, the unique ceremony and the choice to end with the best actor category (21:00). Finally, we discuss the premiere of Peacock's Rutherford Falls (51:00).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Friday, April 23, 2021

Podcast Episode 338: Made for Love and Mare of Easttown Series Premieres


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the huge price tag for Amazon's Lord of the Rings series (2:00) and upcoming television series based on the video game Frogger (9:25), a Meat Loaf rock song (14:05) and the music of Huey Lewis (18:25). We also discuss the Twitter poll Ryan Murphy is running for the next theme of American Horror Story (23:15). Finally, we review the series premieres of Made for Love (31:05) and Mare of Easttown (41:25).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Saturday, April 17, 2021

Podcast Episode 337: Predicting the 93rd Academy Awards vs. The Good, The Bad & The Watchable Podcast (Oscars 2021)

In this week’s episode David and Kyle take on special guests Nick Rojas, Marc DeSisto and Nick Boyle from The Good, The Bad & The Watchable podcast in predicting the very unpredictable Oscars. In this special episode they try and forecast who will take home the Oscar in all the major categories for the 93rd Academy Awards.

 We discuss (in order) best original screenplay, best adapted screenplay, best supporting actor, best supporting actress, best actor, best actress, best director, and best picture.

 


You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Be sure to keep an eye on our Twitter and Instagram for more Oscar predictions!

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite Film Franchise Results


March is over so that means our March Madness bracket is too! All your votes have been counted and it was the Star Wars franchise that won the final matchup against Indiana Jones.

Be sure to check out episode 336 of our podcast where we dive deep into all the results! Also don’t forget to follow us on Twitter or Instagram so you don’t miss out on next year’s entertainment bracket!

Thursday, April 8, 2021

Podcast Episode 336: March Madness Bracket Results: Your Favorite Film Franchise


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss why Warner Brothers skipped an Oscar campaign for Tenet (1:40) and why Martin Scorsese is worried about the rise of "content" versus the art of cinema (9:55). We also discuss the news that there is a R-rated cut of Mrs. Doubtfire out there (17:00). Finally, we discuss the results of our March Madness bracket where we asked the listeners what is their favorite film franchise (20:10).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to check out last year's bracket where we asked what was your favorite character currently on TV. 

Friday, April 2, 2021

Podcast Episode 335: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Premiere and The Great Season 1 Catch-Up (Episodes 7-10)

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the Zoom ban for the 93rd Academy Awards and the backlash this caused (1:25). We also discuss the sale of two viral NFTs (14:40) and Prince William being named the World's Sexiest Bald Man (25:25). Next we discuss the series premiere of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier entitled "New World Order" (31:45). Finally, we finish our latest TV catch-up series by discussing episodes seven through ten of Hulu's The Great season one (44:05).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to vote in the final round of our March Madness bracket!

Sunday, March 28, 2021

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite Film Franchise Final Round


It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! Last year we asked what was your favorite TV character currently on TV. This year we want to know what is your favorite film franchise? 

For our bracket we defined a “franchise” as a series of four or more films that either share the same fictional universe or are marketed as a series. Some franchises seemingly cover multiple films (MCU/Spider-Man and DCEU/Batman) but different studios are legally involved and are considered separate by sites like Box Office Mojo, Business Insider and Rotten Tomatoes. Seeding was decided based on cumulative North American box office totals (from Box Office Mojo). Each week each franchise will go head to head until only one film franchise remains!

Voting will close on Sunday and the winner will be revealed during our live Twitch show on Monday, April 5th at 9 PM ET!

Speaking of voting the FINAL ROUND has begun! Please only one vote per person.

Sunday, March 21, 2021

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite Film Franchise Round 4

It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! Last year we asked what was your favorite TV character currently on TV. This year we want to know what is your favorite film franchise? 

For our bracket we defined a “franchise” as a series of four or more films that either share the same fictional universe or are marketed as a series. Some franchises seemingly cover multiple films (MCU/Spider-Man and DCEU/Batman) but different studios are legally involved and are considered separate by sites like Box Office Mojo, Business Insider and Rotten Tomatoes. Seeding was decided based on cumulative North American box office totals (from Box Office Mojo). Each week each franchise will go head to head until only one film franchise remains!

Voting for each round will close on Sunday night and the next round of match-ups will begin on Mondays. Keep an eye on the blog, our Twitter feed and each episode’s show notes for the voting link!

Speaking of voting ROUND FOUR has begun! Please only one vote per person.

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Podcast Episode 334: Nominations for the 93rd Academy Awards and The Great Season 1 Catch-Up (Episodes 4-6)

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the upcoming ad-supported HBO Max tier (1:45) and how Zack Snyder's Justice League was mistakenly released as Tom & Jerry (8:40). We also discuss why one YouTuber decided to watch Tenet on his Game Boy Advance (11:50) and the nominations for the 41st Razzies (16:45). Next we react to the nominations for the 93rd Academy Awards including the snubs and surprises (20:35). Finally, we continue our latest TV catch-up series by discussing episodes four through six of Hulu's The Great season one (41:15).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to vote in round three of our March Madness bracket!

Sunday, March 14, 2021

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite Film Franchise Round 3

It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! Last year we asked what was your favorite TV character currently on TV. This year we want to know what is your favorite film franchise? 

For our bracket we defined a “franchise” as a series of four or more films that either share the same fictional universe or are marketed as a series. Some franchises seemingly cover multiple films (MCU/Spider-Man and DCEU/Batman) but different studios are legally involved and are considered separate by sites like Box Office Mojo, Business Insider and Rotten Tomatoes. Seeding was decided based on cumulative North American box office totals (from Box Office Mojo). Each week each franchise will go head to head until only one film franchise remains!


Voting for each round will close on Sunday night and the next round of match-ups will begin on Mondays. Keep an eye on the blog, our Twitter feed and each episode’s show notes for the voting link!

Speaking of voting ROUND THREE has begun! Please only one vote per person.

Friday, March 12, 2021

Podcast Episode 333: WandaVision Finale and The Great Season 1 Catch-Up (Episodes 1-3)


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the nominations for the DGA, PGA and BAFTA Awards, the Critics Choice Award winners and what this all means for the Oscars (1:35). We also discuss the possible stage musical for The Queen's Gambit (10:05) and why celebrity wax statues from Madame Tussauds are seated at a NYC steakhouse (13:50). Next we start our latest TV catch-up series by discussing the first three episodes of Hulu's The Great season one (18:50). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been individually watching and playing recently including the WandaVision finale (36:00).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to vote in round two of our March Madness bracket!

Sunday, March 7, 2021

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite Film Franchise Round 2

 

It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! Last year we asked what was your favorite TV character currently on TV. This year we want to know what is your favorite film franchise? 

For our bracket we defined a “franchise” as a series of four or more films that either share the same fictional universe or are marketed as a series. Some franchises seemingly cover multiple films (MCU/Spider-Man and DCEU/Batman) but different studios are legally involved and are considered separate by sites like Box Office Mojo, Business Insider and Rotten Tomatoes. Seeding was decided based on cumulative North American box office totals (from Box Office Mojo). Each week each franchise will go head to head until only one film franchise remains!


Voting for each round will close on Sunday night and the next round of match-ups will begin on Mondays. Keep an eye on the blog, our Twitter feed and each episode’s show notes for the voting link!

Speaking of voting ROUND TWO has begun! Please only one vote per person.

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Podcast Episode 332: 78th Golden Globes, Paramount+ and I Care A Lot

 

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss everything coming to the rebranded streaming service Paramount+ (2:15). We also break down everything from the 78th Golden Globe Awards including the film winners (18:30), the TV winners (26:10) and the ceremony itself (32:00). Next, we review the Netflix film I Care A Lot starring Rosamund Pike (47:10). Finally, we discuss what entertainment topic will be the focus of our annual March Madness bracket (57:45).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to vote in round one of our March Madness bracket!

Sunday, February 28, 2021

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite Film Franchise Round 1

It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! Last year we asked what was your favorite TV character currently on TV. This year we want to know what is your favorite film franchise? 

For our bracket we defined a “franchise” as a series of four or more films that either share the same fictional universe or are marketed as a series. Some franchises seemingly cover multiple films (MCU/Spider-Man and DCEU/Batman) but different studios are legally involved and are considered separate by sites like Box Office Mojo, Business Insider and Rotten Tomatoes. Seeding was decided based on cumulative North American box office totals (from Box Office Mojo). Each week each franchise will go head to head until only one film franchise remains!

Voting for each round will close on Sunday night and the next round of match-ups will begin on Mondays. Keep an eye on the blog, our Twitter feed and each episode’s show notes for the voting link!

Speaking of voting ROUND ONE has begun! Please only one vote per person.

Friday, February 26, 2021

Podcast Episode 331: Nomadland and The Series Premieres of Kenan & Young Rock


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the announcement that NYC movie theaters will reopen and what this means for Hollywood (1:30). We also discuss the damaging unethical details about the Golden Globes from the LA Times report (18:45). Next we review the film Nomadland starring Frances McDormand (29:20). Finally we review the series premieres of two NBC sitcoms: Kenan (39:35) and Young Rock (47:45).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or on our YouTube channel. To hear our thoughts on the Golden Globe nominations click here.

Friday, February 19, 2021

Podcast Episode 330: Clarice Series Premiere & Judas and the Black Messiah

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss why No Time to Die may be forced into reshoots (1:40) and the latest streaming subscriber info for Peacock (7:00) and Apple TV+ (14:45). We review the series premiere of Clarice, a follow-up to The Silence of the Lambs film (20:25). We also review the HBO Max film Judas and the Black Messiah (34:55). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been individually watching and playing recently including Framing Britney Spears (44:20).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to follow our Twitch channel!

Thursday, February 11, 2021

Podcast Episode 329: Malcolm & Marie and Super Bowl LV (Halftime Show & Commercials)

 

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss an Amber Alert for Chucky from Child's Play (1:40) and a possible heist movie based on the UNO card game starring Lil Yachty (6:55). We also discuss Super Bowl LV (14:10) including The Weeknd's halftime show (21:40) and all those commercials (25:50). Finally, we review the Netflix film Malcolm & Marie starring John David Washington and Zendaya (43:00).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to follow our Twitch channel!

Friday, February 5, 2021

Podcast Episode 328: The Little Things and the Nominations for the 78th Golden Globes

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss everything from the GameStop saga including what Hollywood projects may be coming soon (1:50). We also react and break down both the film (18:20) and TV nominations (34:10) for the 78th Golden Globe Awards. Finally, we review the HBO Max film The Little Things starring Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto (45:20).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to follow our Twitch channel!

Saturday, January 30, 2021

Podcast Episode 327: Euphoria Special Episode Part 2 and Industry Season 1 Catch-Up (Episodes 6-8)

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss former President Trump not pardoning Joe Exotic (1:35) and the Bernie Sanders inauguration meme (6:05). We also discuss the latest movie delays (10:40) and a Willy Wonka prequel film scheduled for 2023 (20:20). Finally, we review the second Euphoria special episode: Jules (28:35) and we finish our Industry season one catch-up series by discussing episodes six, seven and eight (38:10).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or on our YouTube channel. You can also hear our thoughts on episodes 1-2 and episodes 3-5 of Industry by clicking either link. Also be sure to follow our Twitch channel!

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Podcast Episode 326: WandaVision Series Premiere and Industry Season 1 Catch-Up (Episodes 3-5)

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the upcoming Jeopardy guest hosts and how Ken Jennings is doing so far (1:55). We also discuss why Anne Hathaway doesn't want to be called Anne (10:30) and Tom Cruise potentially buying robots to administer COVID-19 tests on the Mission Impossible 7 set (16:55). Next, we review the two episode premiere of WandaVision (21:15). Finally, we continue our Industry season one catch-up series by discussing episodes three, four and five (41:45).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or on our YouTube channel. To hear our thoughts on the first two episodes of Industry click here. Also be sure to follow our Twitch channel!

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Podcast Episode 325: Mr. Mayor Series Premiere and Industry Season 1 Catch-Up (Episodes 1-2)

In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss Nickelodeon's special telecast of a NFL game (2:05), the deal between Quibi and Roku (8:25) and what Warner Brothers is now doing for filmmakers whose films will drop on HBO Max in 2021 (13:20). We also review the series premiere of NBC's Mr. Mayor (26:40). Finally, we start our latest TV catch-up series by discussing the first two episodes of HBO's Industry season one (40:25).

 

You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to follow our Twitch channel!

Thursday, January 7, 2021

Podcast Episode 324: Wonder Woman 1984, Death to 2020, Soul, Sound of Metal and Mank


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss a possible upcoming movie based on the Rubik's Cube puzzle toy (1:30). We also review Netflix's Death to 2020 mockumentary (8:45) and HBO Max's Wonder Woman 1984 (17:45). Finally, we give quick mini-reviews to three other December films: Soul (39:15), Sound of Metal (43:05) and Mank (46:15).



You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to follow our Twitch channel!