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HoopleCast is an IntroCast-style podcast for HBO's Deadwood. The host has seen Deadwood previously. His cohosts have not. Each installment we discuss characters, plots, themes, and the true history of the infamous 19th century mining camp. Send feedback to hooplecast@gmail.com. Find our recording schedule, show notes, discussion threads, and more at hooplecast.com. [Warning: Explicit Language.]

HoopleCast: An IntroCast For HBO's Deadwood Seth Bullock

    • TV & Film
    • 3.8, 22 Ratings

HoopleCast is an IntroCast-style podcast for HBO's Deadwood. The host has seen Deadwood previously. His cohosts have not. Each installment we discuss characters, plots, themes, and the true history of the infamous 19th century mining camp. Send feedback to hooplecast@gmail.com. Find our recording schedule, show notes, discussion threads, and more at hooplecast.com. [Warning: Explicit Language.]

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

Webby1980 ,

Excellent companion to the series!

A++

Thai J ,

Great companion podcast that decided to insult half their listeners in the third season.

I like this podcast for the most part and I think it is a great companion podcast, especially if you are watching the show for the first time. This show is very complex and the language can be hard to follow sometimes. This podcast helps a new watcher understand what is going on better and also brings up more ideas or interpretations. The reading of historical items and the historic information that is shared is enlightening.

My lower rating is because about halfway through season 3 the hosts all decide that a “USA, USA, USA” chant is appalling and apparently you can only like the show or podcast if you are progressive. What a total joke. There is nothing wrong with begin proud of the USA and thinking it is the best country in the world. And you don’t have to be progressive to appreciate race relations and how different races were treated so poorly in the American past. I found the commentary in episode 6 specifically to be insulting and offensive.

MechanicalMisha ,

Informative and entertaining

Just finished listening to every episode of this delightful podcast! It's been a real treat while I go through my second run of deadwood. I don't have a Facebook acct or else I'd join it too instead of just subscribing to the podcasts because right now I just can't get enough of this group! Hope to hear everyone's thoughts when the movie gets made and thanks for introducing me to new music at the end of each episode!

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