With an awkward metaphor, this week’s episode of The TV Roundtable Podcast kicks off on a weird note before another round of Season Pass, Hall Pass or Hard Pass, the most scientifically accurate fall television algorithm ever created. Under the knife this week: FOX’s Ghosted and The Gifted, NBC’s Will and Grace (#hottake alert!) and
On this week’s episode of the TV Roundtable podcast, co-hosts Randy Dankievitch and Sean Colletti open their longest episode yet with a look at the first four episodes of CBS All-Access’ Star Trek: Discovery, before shifting to a broader examination of the most recent round of traditional network pilots, including Kevin (Probably)
The onslaught of new shows continues, and co-hosts Randy Dankievitch and Sean Colletti have a lot of thoughts on all the shiny new network line-ups. This week’s show begins with a celebration of NBC’s (almost) perfect Thursday night line-up, with discussions of the new seasons of Great News, The Good Place, and Superstore….
As the seventh season of Game of Thrones heads into its final episode, Randy and Sean spend much of this week’s episode discussing the narrative, aesthetics, and creative decisions that have fundamentally changed how the show is functioning in the opening salvo of its final act. The guys also talk about the
On this week’s episode of the TV Roundtable podcast, TV Editor Randy Dankievitch and co-host Sean Colletti sit down for a lengthy discussion of Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones, “A Queen’s Justice”. On the docket; the events of Dragonstone, the show’s tenuous grasp with logic, and a wide-ranging conversation about
This week on the TV Roundtable Podcast, TV Editor Randy Dankievitch and Sean Colletti break the laws of space and time to deliver a mega-sized episode featuring lengthy discussions of Game of Thrones‘ first two episodes of season seven, “Dragonstone” and “Stormborn”. In between, they take a brief respite to discuss