Three fangirls, Tricia Barr, Teresa Delgado and Sarah Woloski, join forces to talk Star Wars from their own point of view. From fashion to fandom, characters to story, we discuss everything. #fangirlflail! If you're used to hearing us on RebelForce Radio, you've come to the right place to keep listening on our own feed!
2021 Pajama Party
Fangirls Going Rogue starts off 2021 in our favorite way: a PAJAMA PARTY! Of course we talk about our favorite Star Wars but also Star Trek Discovery, Wonder Woman 1984, WandaVision, and baking shows. Our character discussion shines a light on Koska Reeves from The Mandalorian.
2020: The End
Fangirls Going Rogue ends the year with the things that we love, which is a wrap-up of The Mandalorian Season 2, featuring Din Djarin as our character discussion.
Wishing everyone a Happy New Year!
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Ahsoka lives! In LIVE action! In Chapter 13, directed by Dave Filoni, the Mandalorian finds a "Jedi" in Ahsoka Tano, who provides clues to Baby Yoda's mysterious past. We discuss Chapters 10 through 13 in this discussion-packed episode.
In news, we have insight from Anthony Daniels about the Lego Star Wars Holiday Special (Disney+) and Black history explored in a Lucasfilm education initiative about the Tuskegee Airmen.
The Mandalorian S2E1 - Remember Who The Monster Is
The Mandalorian Season 2 has arrived! In the first episode, The Mandalorian meets the Marshal Cobb Vanth, who is the focus of our character discussion.
In news, we have From a Certain Point of View The Empire Strikes Back, the Disney Books Mandalorian Season 2 Poster book and much more from Mando Mondays. Hear our favorites!
The Mandalorian Season 2 Is Coming!
During our podcast, The Mandalorian Season 1 won a bounty of Emmy Awards, and we had fun cheering the show on before jumping right into our Season 2 trailer discussion. The character discussion focuses on fan-favorite The Armorer, whose voice in the trailer provides insight to where the story may go in the Season 2.
In news, we have Star Wars Reads Day coming in October, new books from Amy Ratcliffe, popular Disney songs debate, plus Ewan McGregor and Liam Neeson talk about the Prequel trilogy.
Long Distance Celebration
With Celebration Anaheim cancelled, Teresa Delgado, Sarah Woloski, and Tricia Barr decided to do their own podcast stage panel (with no time limit!) San Diego Comic-Con at Home gave us a convention to talk about, along with lots of Star Wars news. The character discussion turns into an Ask Us Anything. Come join the fun!
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I have found my people
Fangirls going Rogue is fantastically produced and edited. They have amazing content and guests. Each host is fantastic and they have great chemistry. Most importantly, they have made me confident and proud to be a fangirl. They have created a friendly and safe community of fellow fangirls and fanboys that is super fun to be apart of. I'm always looking forward to new episodes!
Made Me See Fandom In A New Way
Simply put, Fangirls Tricia, Teresa and Sarah are leaders on the cutting edge of where fandom based content and reporting needs to go!
I first heard them through Shotglass Digital's network (run by Rebel Force Radio's Jimmy Mac), and it was immediately evident that FGR was really taking the baton of great radio show audio quality and enetrtainment value, and running wth it. Also important to note this was the first all female podcast.
What I love most about the show is that they are three different, unique, vibrant voices whos presonalities work very well off each other. Which for me, is always required, for an authentio radio show. Few Star Wars based podacsts truly seem to take podcasts to the professional "radio show" level, and FGR is a leader in that. Right now I'm listening to an archived show on iTunes, episde 45: Star Wars Celebration Stories, and it's a perfect way to relive some of my memories from that Orlando event.
Now and then I'll also hear from other personalities in Star Wars fandom, like Sandra Choute amd Adjua Odama, and that's always a treat. You'll also catch guests like Star Wars Rebels and The Clone Wars TV shows director Dave Filoni and it's easy to see why he'd want to be a guest here.
To sum up, this is one of the few shows that leaves me feeling good in that it's energy is always postive and fun, and colouful - like it's logo! It leaves me feeling great about fandom. Finally, I love how they get me excited for the female perspective, which is more exciting now than ever!
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Fun with Fangirls!
Even though this show announces itself as being "from a female prespective" what's great about it, like most good podcasts, is that each host & guest has their own unique view. Unlike many shows though everyone's views are respected, considered and valued even amid disagreements. But it's hard to desribe this show without making it sound really serious...trust me it's really a lot of fun! Oh and fellas don't be shy...this show is for everyone!