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The Televerse #154- SDCC 2014 Composer Roundtables: Jeff Russo, James Levine, and Christopher Young

It’s a full week in TV and sadly, in entertainment news as well, making this one of the longest podcasts yet. First Sean and Kate say a few words about the amazingly talented Robin Williams, then they respond to listener feedback and kick off a lengthy week in TV. The comedies are up first, including the pilot of Garfunkel and Oates, followed by a lone reality entry, the always wonderful SYTYCD, and a meager helping of genre, The Strain and the pilot for Outlander. That’s followed up, though, by a very full week in drama, including the pilot of The Knick and another fantastic entry from Masters of Sex.

Once again, in lieu of the DVD Shelf this week we have part two of Kate’s CW3PR composer roundtables from SDCC 2014. Along with Tina Charles (TVGoodness.com) and Jason Griffin (the TVaholic), Kate interviews Fargo composer Jeff Russo, American Horror Story composer James S. Levine, and veteran film composer Christopher Young (Hellraiser, Wonder Boys, Spider-Man 3).

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SDCC 2014 Composer Roundtables: Jeff Russo, James Levine, and Christopher Young (1:38:00)

Our Week in Comedy
Garfunkel and Oates pilot (22:01)
Adventure Time (24:35)
Gravity Falls (27:15)
Married (30:42)
You’re the Worst (33:50)
Wilfred (36:31)

Our Week in Reality and Genre
SYTYCD Top 10 (46:06)
The Strain (57:16)
Outlander pilot (1:01:01)

Our Week in Drama
Manhattan (1:05:59)
The Honourable Woman (1:07:43)
The Knick pilot (1:09:37)
Rectify (1:17:54)
The Leftovers (1:23:47)
Masters of Sex (1:28:58)

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