It’s another full week in television, giving us plenty to discuss on the podcast. First we kick things off with a look at a few of the notable comedies this week as well as some memorable reality, then we talk genre, including the 50th Anniversary Special for Doctor Who, and we finish up with the dramas, including the Boardwalk Empire finale. Next it’s over to the DVD Shelf, as SOS’s own Deepayan Sengupta joins us once again to discuss the short-lived sitcom delight, Ben and Kate.
With a finale and some pilots, it’s another full week of television on the podcast. We kick things off with comedy and reality, including the pilot for Ground Floor and the series finale (for reals this time. Probably.) of Eastbound & Down, then move on to genre, including a few words on the Almost Human pilot, and wrap up the week in TV with drama, including the pilot for the British import Black Mirror. Then it’s over to the DVD Shelf, where Jason Griffin, the TVaholic, joins us to discuss the cult British comedy The IT Crowd.
After taking last week off, the network series are back, giving us plenty of TV to discuss on the podcast. First we take a look at the comedies, including the season finale of It’s Always Sunny…, then we talk a little reality, and then we focus on the genre series before finishing our week in TV with the dramas. Afterward, we welcome Tyler Smith of Battleship Pretension and More Than One Lesson back to the podcast to help us discuss the short-lived, but cult favorite animated series, The Tick. Spoon!
We’re back to a more manageable week in TV this time on the podcast, thanks to several network shows taking an episode off. First we take a look at the comedies, including a Halloween-themed Key & Peele, then we talk The Amazing Race before moving on to the genre series, and we finish up with a few of the dramas. Then Dan Heaton from PTSnob and SOS joins us at the DVD Shelf to discuss one of the all-time great police procedurals, Homicide: Life on the Street.