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    The Idiot Box: The horror… the horror…

    I want to quote you the lead-in from the 9/21 article, “Television’s Social Evolution,” by technology writer Allan Hoffman in the business section of The Star-Ledger, the state paper where I live. Writes Hoffman: Watch a sporting event on TV, and you sometimes feel like there’s hardly room to see the action, what with all […] More

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    The Televerse #210- Party Animals with Caroline Siede

    This week, Caroline Siede of The A.V. Club and Debating Doctor Who joins Kate on the podcast to break down a comedy-heavy week in TV. First we talk comedies, including a preview of The League season seven and You’re the Worst season two, fun episodes of Key & Peele, Playing House, and Difficult People, and […] More

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    Game of Thrones Podcast #40: “Mother’s Mercy’

    Everyone in Westeros seemed bound and determined to kill or be killed in “Mother’s Mercy,” the season five final of Game of Thrones. Joining us this week to discuss the episode is the TV editor of the A.V. Club, Mr. Erik Adams. We’ll let you know who we think actually died, and what are our […] More

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    The Televerse #195- Steve Prokopy’s Horror Picks 6

    Summer TV is on the way, giving us a few more finales and some shows to preview this week on the podcast. First we look at the comedies and reality, with previews of Golan the Insatiable and SYTYCD. Next up are the genre and drama entries, including previews of The Whispers and Aquarius, as well […] More

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    The Televerse #190- Daredevil Season 1 with Kyle Anderson

    April’s embarrassment of TV riches continues this week, making for another long podcast. First up are the comedies, including a preview of Inside Amy Schumer season three, followed by the genre entries, including a preview of Penny Dreadful season two, the pilot of The Messengers, and the premiere of Orphan Black. Last up are the dramas, including […] More

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    The Televerse #189- Better Call Saul Season 1 with Vikram Murthi

    Aprilgeddon continues, bringing with it the return of the Season Spotlight, giving Kate and Simon extra time to discuss some of their favorite series. We start our week with the comedies, including looks at the premieres of Louie, Veep, and Silicon Valley, and then talk genre, including the Game of Thrones premiere, the Fortitude finale, and […] More

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    Italian cult films ‘Django’ and Dario Argento’s ‘Suspiria’ to be adapted for television

    Two international producing companies, France’s Atlantique Productions and Italy’s Cattleya, have joined forces to co-develop and produce television adaptations of two cult Italian film properties. According to Slashfilm, the two companies intend to adapt the spaghetti western icon Django based from Sergio Corbucci’s original film and Italian horror film classic Suspiria by Dario Argento which […] More

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    The Televerse #187- Survivor: Samoa with Tyler Smith

    At last, a respite from the flood of finales over the past few weeks. It will be short-lived, with Aprilgeddon looming, but there’s still plenty of TV to talk about this week on the podcast. We kick things off with the comedies, including previews of Weird Loners and Younger and the pilot of Big Time […] More

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    The Televerse #184- Columbo with Emily L. Stephens

    After last week’s marathon podcast, we keep things a bit more manageable this time, focusing on the week’s most memorable TV. First up are the comedies, including the a quick look at season one of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, the season finale of Togetherness, and yet another pair of strong episodes from Girls and Looking. […] More

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    Lars Von Trier Returns to TV

    Lars Von Trier is returning to television for the first time in two decades with The House That Jack Built.  The Hollywood Reporter details the announcement from Von Trier’s producer Louise Vesth from the Venice Film Festival. Other than the title, there are no other details at this time other than the show will be […] More

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