On EP 28, we talk about F/X’s Justified and have fun talking about the western genre. We cover the movie box office and how NFL viewership has dipped. Kei continues to prep for the Gilmore Girls revival. Check out @gilmoredcast.
On EP 27, we’re talking about The West Wing. Clyde’s discovery of NapFlix might be a goldmine to some. We catch up on Atlanta, Goliath, and You’re the Worst.
In EP 26, we talk about The Walking Dead from AMC. We highlight that the Debates and SNL are must-see TV and Kei recommends Queen of Katwe.
On episode 25, we talk about the Timeless, Westworld, and Divorce premiere episodes. We discuss shows that we’re currently watching and why people lie about the TV they’ve seen.
On episode 24, we discuss a third week of fall pilots including Speechless (ABC), Luke Cage (Netflix), and Insecure (HBO). We chat about our whirlwind trip to Chicago and experiencing Second City. Last, we weigh in on who won the week with the newest TV shows.
On Ep 23, we talk Fall pilots week 2 including This is Us on NBC, One Mississippi on Amazon, and Pitch on Fox. We do a rapid fire on Bull, Kevin Can Wait, The Good Place, Designated Survivor, Lethal Weapon, and Easy. Clyde talks about The Writers Panel podcast and Black-ish at Disney.
In Ep 22, we talk about the 68th annual Emmy Award nominees. Whether it’s comedies or dramas, veteran actors or newcomers, limited series or variety shows, it’s sure to be a fun night for many. With Netflix, FX, and HBO carrying the most nominations, who will win out? Instead of reading a list, hear us chat about some of the categories and join us with your predictions on Sunday, Sept 18 at 7 ET/6 CT/4 PT. Who do you want to win? Tell us @pilotwatching.
In EP 21, we take a look at the first full week of the 2016 Fall Pilot season and discuss “Atlanta”, on FX “Startup” on Crackle, and “Queen Sugar” on OWN. We highlight Friday Night Tykes, Huang’s World, and Michael K. William’s Black Market.
On EP 20, we talk about the pilot of AMC’s Mad Men guest hosted by Francesco. While it was cool to record our guest via phone who lives across the country, it presented several audio issues. This was almost a lost episode but had so much fun that we did our best to edit and are sharing it with you anyway. We also talk about Gene Wilder, new additions to Dancing with the Stars, and Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Francesco shares his Swan Station 10, thoughts on Spike Jonze’s music video, and Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History podcast.
In episode 19, we focus on the the iconic sitcom “Cheers” and its pilot episode. We chat about some of the upcoming premieres that we’re excited about. We discuss the controversy surrounding Nate Parker’s “Birth of a Nation” as well as “Being Mary Jane”, and who we thought won the week. We’d love to hear from you about what shows you’d like to hear about, what you’re watching, and the best way to communicate with us.
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