This week, on The Weekly Set podcast, TVEnthusiast’s Will and Tyson take a moment to discuss the second half of The Tick‘s first season, and continue to talk about The Magicians. While we are not happy with Amazon’s release plan for season 1 of The Tick, the season concludes as charming and fun to watch as it began. Then it is on to The Magicians which follows 1 concept episode with another, this time a musical.
It’s time! In just over 8 hours Netflix will drop the entire second season of Marvel’s Jessica Jones for our binging pleasure. As has become tradition with Marvel Netflix shows, we here at TVEnthusiast will be live tweeting the episodes the very moment they release. To follow our tweets and join in on the discussion hop on Twitter and look up the hashtag #WatchWithTVE.
This week, on The Weekly Set podcast, TVEnthusiast’s Will and Tyson take a look at some of the more interesting new and returning shows from the Spring schedule, and continue to talk about The Magicians. The Spring TV schedule is upon us, and it is time to talk about Westworld, Jessica Jones, and Legion, as well as some new shows Barry, The Last OG, and Hard Sun. Then it is on to The Magicians, where the underworld heist is told in 6 segments, each focusing on a different set of characters.
@TheMattFowler It is easy for me to ignore most of the @AmazonStudios shows. I mean, if they are going to have a shitty interface and not support Chromecast... It isn't like there aren't a billion other more accessible shows calling.
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