On last week’s podcast, we talked about the Top 10 TV Series of 2012. This week, we discuss just about every other category you can think of. From more expected ones like Best Performance or Best Pilot to the more obscure Best Dance Sequence and Favorite “F*ck Yeah!” Moment, we break down the year in TV, both the good and the bad.
It’s time for our yearly Top 10 podcast, where we talk through our picks for the best television of the past calendar year. Though many prominent series may have slipped somewhat compared to last season, it was still a fantastic year for TV and here are just a few examples why. Which shows made the cut? You'll have to listen to find out.
This week on the podcast, we take a leisurely stroll through our week in TV, with particularly longer looks at Parenthood’s Christmas episode, “What to our Wondering Eyes” and Fringe’s latest Walter-gets-high episode, “Black Blotter”. We also talk Tuesday comedies (New Girl, The Mindy Project, Happy Endings), Top Chef Seattle, American Horror Story: Asylum, The Hour, Thursday comedies (It’s Always Sunny…, The League), The Vampire Diaries, Last Resort, Bob’s Burgers, and the 1600 Penn pilot. Then we dive deep into the Homeland season finale, “The Choice”, what it means for the season as a whole, and what next year may hold.
This week on the podcast, we once again skip the spotlight in favor of a lengthier week in TV. After running down some Tuesday comedies (Ben and Kate, New Girl, The Mindy Project, Happy Endings), we talk Parenthood, Top Chef Seattle, Supernatural, Nashville, The Hour, the Thursday comedies (30 Rock, Parks and Rec, It’s Always Sunny…, The League, NTSF:SD:SUV::), The Vampire Diaries, Last Resort, Fringe, 30 for 3o, The Amazing Race finale, Bob’s Burgers, Homeland, and The Voice. Then Sarah Dowdey and Deblina Chakraborty from How Stuff Works.com and Stuff You Missed in History Class come over to the DVD Shelf to help us take a look at Friends, the quintessential ‘90s sitcom.
This week on the podcast, we skip the spotlight but go through a rather extensive week in TV as most series wind down, at least for the fall. We once again group the Tuesday (Ben and Kate, New Girl, The Mindy Project) and Thursday (30 Rock, Parks and Rec, It’s Always Sunny…, The League) comedies and we also take brief looks at Parenthood, the Key and Peele finale, Top Chef Seattle, Supernatural, Nashville, the season premiere of The Hour, The Vampire Diaries, Last Resort, The Amazing Race, Bob’s Burgers, The Good Wife, the Boardwalk Empire season finale, and Homeland. Then we welcome Tom Griffin from The Paul Goebel Show over to the DVD Shelf to help us break down the breakthrough ‘80s anime Robotech.