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The Televerse #104- Make You Watchathon 2: No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, On Death Row, First Person

It’s our two year anniversary which means two things: 1. The return of the Make You Watchathon, where Simon and Kate each assign the other required viewing they probably wouldn’t watch otherwise, and 2. It’s gonna be a long show.

By |August 28th, 2013|The Televerse|0 Comments

The Televerse #103- Get Smart with Josh Long

It’s a lighter week of TV this time on the podcast, particularly for the comedies. After looking at them, we talk at some reality, including a preview of PBS’s All Star Orchestra and a look at the Make Kate Watch Stuff winner, the Face Off premiere, before diving into several interesting dramas, including the True Blood finale and, of course, Breaking Bad. Then Josh Long from More Than One Lesson heads over to the DVD Shelf to help us discuss the classic and utterly delightful ‘60s comedy, Get Smart.

By |August 20th, 2013|The Televerse|0 Comments

The Televerse #102- Charlie Jade with Steph Smith

Breaking Bad is back with a vengeance, and the premiere, along with several other great episodes of television this week, made this our longest podcast yet. First we take a look at the comedies, including the Make Kate Watch Stuff winner, Melissa & Joey, and the season one finale of Moone Boy. Then we talk SYTYCD in our reality segment, and finally we go through a full week of drama, including the pilots for The White Queen and Low Winter Sun and the premiere of Strike Back: Shadow Warfare. Then the spotlight section makes its triumphant return with the midseason premiere of Breaking Bad and afterward, we welcome returning guest Stephanie Smith of PotentialCast, RedemptionCast, and What's On with Steph and Des back to the DVD Shelf to help us puzzle out the little known Canadian sci-fi series Charlie Jade.

By |August 14th, 2013|The Televerse|0 Comments

The Televerse #101- Crime Story with Paul Goebel

It’s the calm before the Breaking Bad storm this week on the podcast, with a surprisingly manageable list of TV shows. First we talk comedy, including the Make Kate Watch Stuff poll winner, Hulu’s Moone Boy, and the finale of Gravity Falls, then we look at a little reality, and we finish with the dramas, including the two part finale to The Killing as well as a preview of the Broadchurch pilot. Then The King of TV, Paul Goebel, returns to the DVD Shelf to help us discuss the short-lived police series Crime Story, starring the late, great Dennis Farina.

By |August 5th, 2013|The Televerse|0 Comments