26 episodes

Some think it, we say it.” That’s the straight-talk ethos of “Getcha Popcorn Ready with T.O. & Hatch,” the new podcast from former NFL wide receivers and longtime friends Terrell Owens and Matthew Hatchette. Each episode, the outspoken pair talk about — and hilariously bust balls about — everything from football and other sports, to entertainment and fashion, often joined by celebrity guests. With an undeniable chemistry and a commitment to real talk and actual differences of opinion, they bring every bit of the entertainment that Hall of Fame showman T.O. famously promised football fans when he told them to get their popcorn ready. So, do like the man says and get those kernels poppin’, ’cause you’re in for one helluva show.

Getcha Popcorn Ready with T.O. and Hatch Terrell Owens & Matthew Hatchette

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    • 4.8, 127 Ratings

Some think it, we say it.” That’s the straight-talk ethos of “Getcha Popcorn Ready with T.O. & Hatch,” the new podcast from former NFL wide receivers and longtime friends Terrell Owens and Matthew Hatchette. Each episode, the outspoken pair talk about — and hilariously bust balls about — everything from football and other sports, to entertainment and fashion, often joined by celebrity guests. With an undeniable chemistry and a commitment to real talk and actual differences of opinion, they bring every bit of the entertainment that Hall of Fame showman T.O. famously promised football fans when he told them to get their popcorn ready. So, do like the man says and get those kernels poppin’, ’cause you’re in for one helluva show.

    EP 25 // TYREEK HILL ON WHY SPEED ISN’T WHAT MAKES HIM GREAT, SCARY COVID EXPERIENCES & RACING T.O.

    EP 25 // TYREEK HILL ON WHY SPEED ISN’T WHAT MAKES HIM GREAT, SCARY COVID EXPERIENCES & RACING T.O.

    Super Bowl champion and 4x Pro Bowler Tyreek “Cheetah” Hill has always been fast AF, but sharpening his route-running has made the return specialist turned wide receiver an absolute beast for the Kansas City Chiefs. Without him, it’s unlikely that KC’s record-breaking offense would be so explosive or that the team would have won its first Super Bowl in 50 years last February. On this episode of “Getcha Popcorn Ready,” Tyreek joins T.O. and Hatch to talk about transitioning to wideout, why speed isn’t what makes him great, what it was like when his nurse mom was on the front lines fighting the pandemic and when his dad contracted Covid-19, the possibility of not seeing his family for an extended period during the upcoming NFL season and training camps, how star QB Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs organization have been addressing the Black Lives Matter movement, and the new goal he’s set for himself. Plus, Tyreek, who recently challenged the entire league to a race, calls out the NFL player he most wants to put his speed up against, and T.O. bets that he can beat him in a 100m sprint. Is T.O. being delusional or disrespected? You do not want to miss this!

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    • 47 min
    EP 24 // ROBERT QUINN ON SURVIVING A BRAIN TUMOR & JOINING KHALIL MACK’S BEARS DURING THE PANDEMIC

    EP 24 // ROBERT QUINN ON SURVIVING A BRAIN TUMOR & JOINING KHALIL MACK’S BEARS DURING THE PANDEMIC

    Outside linebacker Robert Quinn signed a five-year, $70 million contract with the Chicago Bears on April 1, and now, as the pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the world, he’s trying to get to know his new teammates and adjust to a new defensive scheme while social distancing. As difficult as that is, the 30-year-old has endured much worse. On this episode of “Getcha Popcorn Ready,” Robert joins T.O. and Hatch to talk about being told he had a week to live when he was 17, his experiences with everyday racism growing up in South Carolina, his reaction to anti-racism protests, the odd process of joining a new team during the pandemic, how he’ll fit with Khalil Mack and other teammates on what could be a phenomenal defense, Covid-19 precautions, why he thinks the Rooney Rule is “a slap in the face,” and more. Plus, Robert names his top 5 current NFL pass rushers — and at least one name will definitely surprise you! Check it out! Yee!

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    EP 23 // SPRINTER JUSTIN GATLIN ON TRYING OUT FOR THE NFL, BEATING USAIN BOLT & HIS FINAL OLYMPICS

    EP 23 // SPRINTER JUSTIN GATLIN ON TRYING OUT FOR THE NFL, BEATING USAIN BOLT & HIS FINAL OLYMPICS

    Justin Gatlin is a five-time Olympic medalist, a record five-time 100-meter World Championships medalist, and one of the few people on Earth who can say they’ve beaten Usain Bolt in a sprint. And he’s not done. At 38, Justin still has blazing speed and is laser-focused on setting records next year in Tokyo, at his final Olympic Games. On this episode of “Getcha Popcorn Ready,” Justin joins T.O. and Hatch to talk about facing retirement, his prep for the 2021 Olympics, competing with Bolt, racing for money as a kid, his experience trying out to be an NFL wide receiver, why more track guys don’t make it in the league, how he’s challenging athletes during the pandemic, his eye-opening traffic stop experience, what he went through during his four-year competition ban for doping and how it changed his mindset, and more. Plus, T.O. challenges Justin to a race. You don’t want to miss this! Yee!

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    • 1 hr 15 min
    EP 22 // CHRIS LONG ON HIS SUPPORT OF ANTHEM PROTESTS, DISAPPOINTING DREW BREES & WHY SIMPLY NOT BEING RACIST ISN'T ENOUGH

    EP 22 // CHRIS LONG ON HIS SUPPORT OF ANTHEM PROTESTS, DISAPPOINTING DREW BREES & WHY SIMPLY NOT BEING RACIST ISN'T ENOUGH

    In 2016, when Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during the national anthem to protest police violence against black and brown people, most white NFL players remained silent or, worse, criticized the action, reframing it as disrespect for the flag and U.S. troops. Two-time Super Bowl-winning defensive end Chris Long, who was playing for the New England Patriots at the time, actually listened to Kap to gain a better understanding and became one of the league’s first white players to publicly support the protests. In addition to speaking out, in 2017, he famously threw his arm around Philadelphia Eagles teammate and activist Malcolm Jenkins during his raised-fist protest to show solidarity. On this episode of “Getcha Popcorn Ready,” Chris joins T.O. and Hatch to talk about his teammates’ earlier protest in the wake of Mike Brown’s killing and why it didn’t move the needle like Kap kneeling, why he decided to speak up, the importance of white NFL stars like J.J. Watt throwing their influence behind the movement and what advice he gives them, why Drew Brees’ recent comments about disrespecting the flag were so disappointing, what protests will look like moving forward, and why it’s not enough to simply not be racist. Also, T.O. opens up about a disturbing racist encounter he had early on in his career. This is an important episode you do not want to miss.

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    EP 21 // CAMERON JORDAN ON GETTING PAID, DREW BREES' SUPER BOWL WINDOW & WHY THE SAINTS STILL RUN THE NFC SOUTH

    EP 21 // CAMERON JORDAN ON GETTING PAID, DREW BREES' SUPER BOWL WINDOW & WHY THE SAINTS STILL RUN THE NFC SOUTH

    Last June, New Orleans Saints defensive end and five-time Pro Bowler Cameron Jordan secured the mother-effin’ bag — a three-year, $52.5 million contract extension with $42 million guaranteed — and then proceeded to rack up a career-high 15.5 sacks in his ninth NFL season. On this episode of “Getcha Popcorn Ready,” Cam joins T.O. and Hatch to talk about the effects of getting a big contract, prioritizing long-term security and legacy in New Orleans, having six-time Pro Bowler Steve Jordan for a father, the lessons his dad taught him about the pro experience and financial responsibility, the controversial no-call in the 2018 NFC Championship Game that denied the Saints a trip to the Super Bowl, Drew Brees and the window for the Saints to win another Super Bowl, the addition of former division foe Jameis Winston to the Saints, the impact of Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Todd Gurley, and others joining the NFC South, and much more! Listen up!

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    • 1 hr 4 min
    EP 20 // LARRY FITZGERALD ON NFL LONGEVITY & GREATNESS, BECOMING A TEAM OWNER & OPRAH’S HONOR

    EP 20 // LARRY FITZGERALD ON NFL LONGEVITY & GREATNESS, BECOMING A TEAM OWNER & OPRAH’S HONOR

    One of the greatest wide receivers of all time, Arizona Cardinals superstar Larry Fitzgerald is entering his 17th NFL season with little to prove personally and a willingness to do whatever it takes to help his exciting young team win a Super Bowl. On this episode of “Getcha Popcorn Ready,” Fitz joins T.O. and Hatch to talk about the keys to his longevity and aging gracefully in the NFL, how he’s approaching the tail end of his career, his expectations for second year rising star QB Kyler Murray and his new receiving partner DeAndre Hopkins, the advice he gives to young players, getting into sports ownership with the NBA’s Phoenix Suns, the lack of black owners in the NFL, and why he loves golf more than football. Plus, he puts T.O. and Hatch on blast with a couple can’t-miss stories and allegations and defends Oprah’s honor. Check it out! Yee! 

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    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
127 Ratings

127 Ratings

Shawn30087 ,

GETCHA POPCORN READY!

Great Podcast and both speak facts, along with being funny. Matthew Hatchette and Terrell Owens have good chemistry 👍🏾✊🏾.

solja doja ,

Get ya popcorn ready

Terrell Owens is easily the most talented underrated under appreciated superstar ever him and Kobe Bryant are my favorite competitors of all time Garnett also

TheDude2112192763 ,

Me.Robot34

Such an awesome show. Never seen this side of TO. And you can really tell these guys are actually best friends in real life.

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