With both an uptick in premieres and the return of our yearly SDCC TV preview, it’s another long episode this week. First up, Noel and Kate talk through the week’s comedy and reality offerings, including Tour de Pharmacy, the premieres of I’m Sorry and Hooten & The Lady, surprising (for better and worse) episodes of Wrecked and The Carmichael Show, and another underwhelming The Great British Baking Show. Next up are the genre and drama series, including the premieres of Will, The Bold Type, and Salvation, twist-happy episodes of Wynonna Earp and Claws, and another compelling Queen Sugar. Afterward, Maggie Kulzick returns to the podcast to help Noel and Kate preview the TV-centric panels coming next week at San Diego Comic-Con International, from retrospectives and fan reunions to brand new series debuts and cosplay contests. There’s a frankly ridiculous amount of TV geekery afoot in San Diego this year. What panels will you seek out?

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SDCC 2017 TV Preview (1:38:40)

Our Week in Comedy and Reality
Tour de Pharmacy (6:24)
I’m Sorry premiere (14:39)
Hooten & The Lady
premiere (21:09)
Wrecked (24:34)
The Carmichael Show (28:19)
The Great British Baking Show (34:08)

Our Week in Genre and Drama
Will premiere (43:36)
The Bold Type
premiere (51:26)
premiere (59:56)
Wynonna Earp
Queen Sugar (1:27:10)

Music Featured: “Restless Year” by Ezra Furman; “Perfect Day” by Lou Reed; “I’m So Excited” by The Pointer Sisters

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