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PopOptiq’s TV podcast. Kate reviews the week’s TV with a guest and discusses a show no longer on the air that viewers may want to pull off the DVD shelf and check out.

The Televerse #226- 2015 Best Of Smorgasborgy

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

After counting down their Top 20 TV Series of 2015 last week, Kate and Noel return to give their thoughts on the rest of the year that was in TV. From standard categories like Best Performance to fun ones like Best Villain and Trippiest Scene, Kate and Noel heap praise ...

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The Televerse #225- Top 20 TV Series of 2015

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The List-ening has begun! Kate is joined by her new cohost, Noel Kirkpatrick of TV.com, to count down, argue about, slather praise upon, and generally geek out about our top 20 shows of 2015. Adding to the fun are some of the year’s best musical moments and a few thoughts ...

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The Televerse Bonus Minisode: F is for Family Preview with Michael Price

F is for Family

The Televerse is back with a special bonus mini-episode, as Emmy Award winner Michael Price returns to the podcast to discuss the new show he’s co-created with comedian Bill Burr for Netflix, the 1970s-set animated comedy F is for Family. Michael and Kate talk childhood memories and inspirations, and how the ...

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The Televerse #224- Avatar: The Last Airbender with Sean Colletti

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It’s the final regular podcast of the year, and joining Kate to send off the guest cohost era in style is former cohost Sean Colletti of PopOptiq, TV Overmind, and The Mid-Season Replacements. First, Kate and Sean look over the week’s notable comedy and reality offerings, including the finales to ...

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The Televerse #223- The Leftovers Season 2 with Whitney McIntosh

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It’s fall finale time, giving Kate and returning guest Whitney McIntosh of UPROXX and PopOptiq plenty to discuss this week on the podcast. First up are the week’s comedy and reality offerings, including a catchup with Survivor’s Remorse season two, the midseason finale of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The Wiz Live!, and ...

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The “Last” Walking Dead Podcast Episode 77: “Start to Finish”

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This is it, folks. Kate and Rick call it quits after six years and 77 episodes of The Walking Dead podcast. It’s been a lot of fun but with our busy schedules we’ve decided to end the show with the appropriately titled episode, “Start to Finish.” Joining us one last time ...

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The Televerse #222- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 1 with Deepayan Sengupta

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Much of TV may have taken the week off, thanks to (American) Thanksgiving, but there’s still plenty to discuss, as PopOptiq Managing Editor for TV Deepayan Sengupta returns to the podcast. First we talk comedy and reality, including previews of Transparent season two and The Great Holiday Baking Show and ...

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The Walking Dead Podcast Episode 76: “Heads Up”

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This week, PopOptiq’s Film Editor Patrick Murphy joins Kate and Ricky to discuss “Heads Up” and the triumphant return of Glenn. Among the many topics addressed are the green balloons, the helium tank, Carl’s condescending attitude, Sam and Carol’s relationship and Morgan’s current dilemma. All this and more. [powerpress] Playlist ...

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The Televerse #221- Jessica Jones Season 1 with Noel Kirkpatrick

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Things get controversial this week on the podcast, as Noel Kirkpatrick from TV.com returns to help Kate break down the week’s TV. First up are the comedies, including Thanksgiving-inspired episodes of Fresh Off the Boat, Jane the Virgin, and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and we round out our week in TV with ...

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The Televerse #220- Project Greenlight Season 4 with Caroline Siede

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It’s another long podcast this week, with Caroline Siede of The A.V. Club and Debating Doctor Who returning to help Kate break down a comedy-heavy week in TV. We kick things off with said comedies and some reality talk, including looks at the continuation of Mr. Show, Netflix’s With Bob ...

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