With the Olympics still underway, it’s another light week in TV, a final calm before the storm of post-Olympics premieres headed our way next week. First, Noel and Kate talk through the week’s TV, including Top Chef: Colorado, RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, Star Wars Rebels, and the finales of The Amazing Race and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Then we head over to the season spotlight to discuss season one of Netflix’s animated tween comedy Big Mouth.
It’s Olympics season once again, which means there’s also a bit of a respite in what is typically a busy TV midseason. This week, Noel and Kate talk through a truncated week in TV, looking at the finale of Star Trek: Discovery, the midseason premiere of Legends of Tomorrow, a powers-centric Black Lighting, the latest RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Snatch Game, a dizzying Top Chef: Colorado, and the penultimate Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
After several reasonably long episodes, we’re back with another marathon podcast this week, as Noel and Kate play catch-up on recent TV. First we look at the week’s reality and comedy, with a deep dive on The Amazing Race, plenty of Top Chef: Colorado and RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars discussion, a midseason check-in on grown-ish, and strong new episodes of Fresh Off the Boat and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
Ep. 338- @noelrk and I spotlight the first season of Big Mouth, plus the return of Star War Rebels, the finales of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and The Amazing Race, and Top Chef and Drag Race All Stars. Check it out! http://www.theteleverse.org/episode338/
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Selecting a term
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