This week we talk about the first three eps of the long awaited Y: The Last Man (FX)! We talk about how the show was updated to reflect current times, the case study of the man child, and the “fixer” character type. And &(amp) the monke. Listen right now.
This week is a double feature of M.O.D.O.K. (Hulu) and The Choe Show (Hulu) with the formidable Gab Chabran. We talk about how both shows are about dealing with yourself, how they both use different art styles to tell stories, and the evolution of talk shows.
This week we switched up the format and talked about all four seasons of Search Party. We break down the big themes of the show, we talk about how it evolved, how it distinguishes itself from it’s contemporaries, and the role of attention in the show. John Early hive sound off!
This week we check in with out friends Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in their new Amazon show, Truth Seekers. We talk about their careers since their since Shawn of the Dead and how horror comedy has evolved.
We’re back! This week we talk about Netflix’s Selena. We compare it to the movie, as well as talk about what we think works and doesn’t work in both. Like JLo, we too love pizza.
We made it to the end of the year! We talk about the best, the worst, and our favorites. We also talk about what’s to come for 2019, it’s gonna be a good year for TV. Thank you for all the good TV 2018!
This week the head pilot is flying solo and reviews the excellent new Jim Carrey show Kidding. Cesar talks about the legacy of Mr. Rogers and the great new doc Won’t You Be My Neighbor? This one is a shorty but goodie.
This week we go to Boyle Heights to check out the new show from Starz called Vida. We don’t waste any time with this episode, we talk about the state of Boyle Heights, the way radical Latinx operate online, and the powerful symbolism behind this show. Get ready y’all, we’re taking off.
Editing by Cesar H. & Michelle Andrade