It’s another marathon episode of The Televerse, with recent TV talk galore, as well as some more TV quiz fun. First up, Noel and Kate break down a full week in TV, starting with the comedies, including the finale of Review, more Grace and Frankie season three, the premiere of Imaginary Mary, an Elijah-centric Girls, and the tortuous (to at least one of the hosts) Murder She Baked. Next up are the genre offerings, including a final look at Iron Fist season one, another strong Samurai Jack, a roundup of The CW’s superhero series, and the suspicion-confirming Legion finale. Then we talk a little reality, with the premieres of RuPaul’s Drag Race and The Amazing Race and the conclusion of Planet Earth II, and we round out the week with a handful of dramas, including Netflix’s new 13 Reasons Why, the premiere of Rebel, a much-anticipated Cato-centric Underground, and another The Good Fight. Afterwards, we knuckle down, timers in hand, to tackle the 30 Day TV Challenge in 30 minutes, with varying levels of success. What are your picks for the 30 Days TV Challenge? Post your favorites below, and let us know which we got right, and which we got so very, very wrong.

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30 Day TV Challenge (2:42:30)

Our Week in Comedy
Review finale (13:50)
Grace and Frankie Season 3 (18:42)
Imaginary Mary premiere (23:46)
Bob’s Burgers
black-ish (34:34)
The Detour (42:56)
Murder She Baked (47:03)

Our Week in Genre
Iron Fist Season 1 (57:23)
Samurai Jack (1:05:09)
Arrow (1:15:11)
Supergirl (1:25:48)
The Flash (1:33:58)
Legends of Tomorrow (1:39:37)
Legion finale (1:47:51)

Our Week in Reality and Drama
RuPaul’s Drag Race premiere (1:55:14)
The Amazing Race premiere (2:02:45)
Planet Earth II (2:05:20)
13 Reasons Why (2:13:54)
Rebel premiere (2:22:22)
Underground (2:26:42)
The Good Fight (2:31:42)

Music Featured: “Let Me Be Your Star” as performed by Andrew Rannells (as Elijah) on Girls; “Children of the Revolution” by T. Rex; “Dons and Divas (feat. Manga)” by Flowdan; “Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind” by The Lovin’ Spoonful

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