300 episodes

Kate Kulzick and Noel Kirkpatrick discuss the week's notable television, covering comedy, genre, drama, and everything in-between, before breaking down a favorite series no longer on the air that listeners may want to pull down off the DVD Shelf.

The Televerse (mp3) Kate Kulzick

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8, 9 Ratings

Kate Kulzick and Noel Kirkpatrick discuss the week's notable television, covering comedy, genre, drama, and everything in-between, before breaking down a favorite series no longer on the air that listeners may want to pull down off the DVD Shelf.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

textualpoacher ,

Five stars because you guys cut down on the puns

Seriously Simon you can ease up on the puns. Also shipping is not creepy and how about we have a New Year's resolution that no one should have to apologize for it in 2015. But great job on the Hannibal podcast and you guys could go for 2 hrs each episode and I would still listen every week.

Winefreak ,

Articulate!

This would be a great show, a really great show if Noel didn't speak so fast and say "Um" every other word. The content and thoughts are really good. We want to hear them. Repeat, we want to HEAR them. Noel, you talk to fast, have a drink or whatever it takes, slow it down a little. When you talk about a show, say the name in the beginning inteligibly. Say it again in the middle and the end.
Your views, both of you, are of interest. I want to hear them. I want to agree "Yeah, that's true!" or disagree, "What? No!" But folks, you have an audience. Treat us right? Speak intelligibly, slow down, say what you think and say it with less ummmms. If you did that, I'd gibve you a 5*. At the moment, it's 3.

MyVogonPoetry ,

Better than a blanky as a companion to Hannibal

The Sound on Sight TV Podcasts are the most entertaining companions to TV no question. Sean and Kate (and a guest) do a great job diving deep into each Hannibal episode helping to dig into the details of the episode that you can miss when viewing through your fingers. Also love Kate’s analysis of how music is used in each ep. This is intelligent critical discussion well worth a listen to enhance your enjoyment of Hannibal.

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