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) Saves the World, The Mayor, and Valor. Then, it’s time for the first round of Season Pass, Hall Pass, or Hard Pass, featuring Inhumans, The Good Doctor, Star Trek, and Me, Myself, and I on the DVR cutting block. Finally, Randy and Sean talk about another highly underrated series about dicks and high school, with Netflix’s surprisingly endearing, awkward animated show Big Mouth.
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