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When your favorite show ends, we’re just getting started. LIVE interactive podcasts take place on Youtube, right after the episode ends of shows like THE WALKING DEAD, GAME OF THRONES & More. Post Show Recaps features Rob Cesternino from Rob Has a Podcast and Josh Wigler

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When your favorite show ends, we’re just getting started. LIVE interactive podcasts take place on Youtube, right after the episode ends of shows like THE WALKING DEAD, GAME OF THRONES & More. Post Show Recaps features Rob Cesternino from Rob Has a Podcast and Josh Wigler

    Star Trek: Picard | Season 1, Episode 1 Recap: “Remembrance”

    Star Trek: Picard | Season 1, Episode 1 Recap: “Remembrance”

    Star Trek: Picard | Season 1, Episode 1 Recap: “Remembrance”



    Jessica Liese (@HaymakerHattie) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) have come out of hiding to paint a picture or two of the series premiere of Star Trek: Picard, entitled “Remembrance.”

    After months of anticipation, the series to bring Jean-Luc Picard back into the spotlight has finally made its arrival. And with him comes characters old and new, 20 years of trauma, and a number of twists. Jess and Mike get into everything from the premiere, and what to expect from Picard moving forward.









    Jess and Mike will be bringing recaps of Star Trek: Picard every weekend throughout season one. For feedback on the episodes, reach out to them or @PostShowRecaps on Twitter or email feedback@postshowrecaps.com.















    About Star Trek: Picard …



    CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Picard featuring Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard, which he played for seven years on Star Trek: The Next Generation and across several feature films. Taking place 20 years after Picard’s last appearance and seemingly estranged from Starfleet, a mysterious visitor turns his life upside-down and starts a journey that kickstarts a brand-new chapter in his life.





    Alongside Stewart, Star Trek: Picard also stars Isa Briones, Santiago Cabrera, Michelle Hurd, Alison Pill, Harry Treadaway and Evan Evagora. It will also feature appearances from previous Star Trek actors and characters, including Brent Spiner as Data, Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine, Jonathan Del Arco as Hugh, Jonathan Frakes as William Riker, and Marina Sirtis as Deanna Troi. Star Trek: Picard airs weekly on CBS All Access in the United States and is distributed concurrently internationally by CBS Studios International on Amazon Prime Video in more than 200 countries and territories and in Canada on Bell Media’s CTV Sci-Fi Channel and OTT service Crave.

    Links from the show:



    * Subscribe to our Star Trek-only podcast feed

    * “Jean-Luc Picard’s 10 Best Episodes” by Jessica Liese on Primetimer.com

    * All Star Trek content on Post Show Recaps



    Previous Star Trek: Picard podcast coverage …



    * Introduction and Canon Catch-Up

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    • 1 hr 28 min
    LOST: Down the Hatch | Season 1 Feedback

    LOST: Down the Hatch | Season 1 Feedback

    LOST: Down the Hatch | Season 1 Feedback



    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) go down the hatch and close the book on season one of LOST, with a jam-packed feedback-filled retrospective. The special podcast shuts the door on the first season of the series, and sets the stage for the next wave of episodes: season two, and all the button-pushing it brings.



    In their sprawling recap of the three-part “Exodus,” Josh and Mike break down what both hosts believe is among the finest episodes in all of Lost, if not right at the very top. They enumerate the reasons why, from the moving Sawyer (Josh Holloway) and Jack (Matthew Fox) scene in the jungle, to the raft launch, to the raft explosion, and beyond. It’s a massive recap of a massive episode, to say the least.









    “Exodus” was directed by Jack Bender and written by Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. It first aired across two nights: May 18, 2005 and May 25, 2005.















    About Down the Hatch …



    LOST: Down the Hatch is a full-tilt spoiler-filled rewatch of LOST. Every week, Josh and Mike break down an episode of LOST with the benefit of knowing the series’ full trajectory, using the following structure as a guide:



    * We Go “Fourth” – Josh and Mike begin each podcast with a deep-dive into the story both in front of and behind the camera, and they do so with the assistance of…

    * 8 Sounds – The events of LOST pop right off the camera and straight into your ears with eight memorable moments replayed on the podcast, helping us guide through the story;

    * 15/16 Others – Josh and Mike answer questions and comments sent their way through the official e-mail address: downthehatch@postshowrecaps.com

    * 23 Points – Each week, Josh and Mike hand out points for the best and worst characters of the episode in question, in a foolhardy attempt to determine the most and least valuable players in the LOST pantheon.

    * 4.2 Stars – Josh and Mike will attempt to create an official Down the Hatch ranking of every episode of LOST, by rating them all on a scale from 0 – 4.2. Josh and Mike will offer their individual scores, listeners’ scores will be averaged as a third data point, then the three points will be combined for the podcast’s official score on each episode.







    Each episode of Down the Hatch clocks in at no less than 108 minutes. If the podcast falls short of that runtime, Josh and Mike have triggered a crisis! Consequences may (and almost certainly will) ensue thanks to the Frozen Donkey Wheel.

    Additional reading/listening/viewing from the podcast:



    * The Lost: Down the Hatch Wikipedia Page

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    • 2 hrs 5 min
    Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 10 Premiere Recap: “Happy New Year”

    Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 10 Premiere Recap: “Happy New Year”

    Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 10 Premiere Recap: “Happy New Year”

    Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur are back to recap the season 10 premiere of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, entitled “Happy New Year.” The story was written by Larry David and Steve Leff and was directed by Jeff Schaffer. According to HBO’s description, the episode was about: “Larry kicks off the new year with a new rival – Mocha Joe. Later, at a cocktail party hosted by Jeff and Susie, Larry gets roped into lunch plans and has a misunderstanding with a caterer.”

    Previous Curb Your Enthusiasm Podcasts:



    * All Curb Your Enthusiasm content on Post Show Recaps

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 9 Preview Show

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 9 Premiere Recap Podcast

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 9 Episode 2 Recap Podcast

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 9 Episode 3 Recap Podcast

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 9 Episode 4 Recap Podcast

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 9 Episode 5 Recap Podcast

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 9 Episode 6 Recap Podcast

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 9 Episode 7 Recap Podcast

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 9 Episode 8 Recap Podcast

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 9 Episode 9 Recap Podcast

    * Curb Your Enthusiasm Season Finale | Season 9 Episode 10 Recap Podcast



    Show Links:



    * Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO

    *

    • 1 hr 1 min
    LOST: Down the Hatch | Season 1 Finale: “Exodus, Parts 1, 2 + 3”

    LOST: Down the Hatch | Season 1 Finale: “Exodus, Parts 1, 2 + 3”

    LOST: Down the Hatch | Season 1 Finale: “Exodus, Parts 1, 2 + 3”



    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) are back with the longest podcast of the Down the Hatch series to date — and that’s saying something!



    In their sprawling recap of the three-part “Exodus,” Josh and Mike break down what both hosts believe is among the finest episodes in all of Lost, if not right at the very top. They enumerate the reasons why, from the moving Sawyer (Josh Holloway) and Jack (Matthew Fox) scene in the jungle, to the raft launch, to the raft explosion, and beyond. It’s a massive recap of a massive episode, to say the least.









    “Exodus” was directed by Jack Bender and written by Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. It first aired across two nights: May 18, 2005 and May 25, 2005.















    About Down the Hatch …



    LOST: Down the Hatch is a full-tilt spoiler-filled rewatch of LOST. Every week, Josh and Mike break down an episode of LOST with the benefit of knowing the series’ full trajectory, using the following structure as a guide:



    * We Go “Fourth” – Josh and Mike begin each podcast with a deep-dive into the story both in front of and behind the camera, and they do so with the assistance of…

    * 8 Sounds – The events of LOST pop right off the camera and straight into your ears with eight memorable moments replayed on the podcast, helping us guide through the story;

    * 15/16 Others – Josh and Mike answer questions and comments sent their way through the official e-mail address: downthehatch@postshowrecaps.com

    * 23 Points – Each week, Josh and Mike hand out points for the best and worst characters of the episode in question, in a foolhardy attempt to determine the most and least valuable players in the LOST pantheon.

    * 4.2 Stars – Josh and Mike will attempt to create an official Down the Hatch ranking of every episode of LOST, by rating them all on a scale from 0 – 4.2. Josh and Mike will offer their individual scores, listeners’ scores will be averaged as a third data point, then the three points will be combined for the podcast’s official score on each episode.







    Each episode of Down the Hatch clocks in at no less than 108 minutes. If the podcast falls short of that runtime, Josh and Mike have triggered a crisis! Consequences may (and almost certainly will) ensue thanks to the Frozen Donkey Wheel.

    Additional reading/listening/viewing from the podcast:



    * The Lost: Down the Hatch Wikipedia Page

    * Josh’s Lost Episode Rankings (T...

    • 5 hrs 5 min
    Star Trek: Picard | Series Preview

    Star Trek: Picard | Series Preview

    Star Trek: Picard | Series Preview



    Jessica Liese (@HaymakerHattie) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) are almost near their destination. So they’ve taken to the Ready Room to officially preview Star Trek: Picard.

     

    One week before the January 23 premiere of the highly-anticipated series, the two give their thoughts on all the information known so far from its various teasers and interviews. They get into all the new characters, the destruction of Romulus, and the drama around the Borg, the Romulans, and one mysterious girl.









    Jess and Mike will be bringing weekly recaps of Star Trek: Picard every weekend. For feedback on the episodes, reach out to them or @PostShowRecaps on Twitter or email feedback@postshowrecaps.com.















    About Star Trek: Picard …



    CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Picard featuring Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard, which he played for seven years on Star Trek: The Next Generation and across several feature films. Taking place 20 years after Picard’s last appearance and seemingly estranged from Starfleet, a mysterious visitor turns his life upside-down and starts a journey that kickstarts a brand-new chapter in his life.





    Alongside Stewart, Star Trek: Picard also stars Isa Briones, Santiago Cabrera, Michelle Hurd, Alison Pill, Harry Treadaway and Evan Evagora. It will also feature appearances from previous Star Trek actors and characters, including Brent Spiner as Data, Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine, Jonathan Del Arco as Hugh, Jonathan Frakes as William Riker, and Marina Sirtis as Deanna Troi. Star Trek: Picard airs weekly on CBS All Access in the United States and is distributed concurrently internationally by CBS Studios International on Amazon Prime Video in more than 200 countries and territories and in Canada on Bell Media’s CTV Sci-Fi Channel and OTT service Crave.

    Links from the show:



    * Subscribe to our Star Trek-only podcast feed

    * All Star Trek content on Post Show Recaps



    Previous Star Trek: Picard podcast coverage …



    * Introduction and Canon Catch-Up

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Star Trek: Short Treks | Season 2 Recap

    Star Trek: Short Treks | Season 2 Recap

    Star Trek: Short Treks | Season 2 Recap



    Jessica Liese (@HaymakerHattie) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) are back from a harrying turbolift ride to talk about the treasure trove of tardigrade eggs that is the Star Trek: Short Treks season 2.



    Jess and Mike discuss all six episodes of Short Treks season 2, which aired between October 2019 and January 2020. Building off a four-episode first season from 2018, the new installments push the boundaries of tone, genre, and subject matter in Star Trek. They also talk about how these six shorts will ultimately tie into upcoming seasons of Star Trek: Picard and Star Trek: Discovery, as well as the canon at large.









    The two will be back next week with one final preview of Picard before the series premiere on January 23.















    About Star Trek: Short Treks …



    CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Short Treks are approximately 10 to 15 minute stand-alone short stories that allow fans to dive deeper into the key themes and characters that fit into Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Picard, and the expanding Trek universe. The second season aired in monthly installments from October 2019 to January 2020.





    The second season of Short Treks featured the shorts “Q&A” (written by Michael Chabon, directed by Mark Pellington), “The Trouble with Edward” (written by Graham Wagner, directed by Daniel Gray Longino), “Ask Not” (written by Kalinda Vazquez, directed by Sanji Senaka), “Ephraim and Dot” (written by Chris Silvestri & Anthony Maranville, directed by Michael Giacchino), “The Girl Who Made the Stars” (written by Brandon Schultz, directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi), and “Children of Mars” (written by Kirsten Beyer & Jenny Lumet & Alex Kurtzman, directed by Mark Pellington).

    Links from the show:



    * Subscribe to our Star Trek-only podcast feed

    * All Star Trek content on Post Show Recaps



    Previous Short Treks podcast coverage …



    * Season 1, Episode 1 Recap: “Runaway”

    * Season 1, Episode 2 Recap: “Calypso”

    * Season 1, Episodes 3 & 4 Recap: “The Brightest Star” & “The Escape Artist”

    • 1 hr 44 min

Customer Reviews

Matthew K422 ,

Snow-it-alls

Rob, and Josh (and sometimes Stephen) help keep the politics, and intrigue in Westeros clear. They know who is working with, and against who. An informative, and funny companion piece for those who can't get enough Game of Thrones.

mmendezfreire ,

Do you guys even watch the show?

Terrible recap. This guys are just recapping the worst of twitter and reddit memes. Not worth the time listening.

DaveL1960 ,

No respect for Better Call Saul

These guys really dropped the ball this year for Better Call Saul fans. This is definitely the best BCS podcast, best insight and recaps, but there were many weeks when it was either days late or not at all.. And the promise of a listeners email post season wrap up pod never materialized either.
Really hope they can give this incredible show its due respect next season.

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