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…. which then leads them into a discussion of TV revivals, examining the other quarter of NBC’s lineup, Will & Grace, and how it compares with another high-profile revival over on HBO, Curb Your Enthusiasm. After Randy pitches Sean on the 80 episodes preceding “Foisted”, the guys shift their discussion to the last week of CBS premieres, and review the terrible trio of Seal Team, Wisdom of the Crowd, and 9JKL. To close the show, Randy and Sean have thoughts on Marvel’s latest small-screen misfire, FOX’s Inhumans (and comic book shows in general, from Daredevil to Lucifer), before throwing out some quick hits on Law and Order: The Menendez Murders, 10 Days in the Valley, Ghosted, Rosehaven, and Liar, plus a bonus #mildtake from Sean on Rick and Morty‘s third season.
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