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Each week, TechCrunch's Anthony Ha and Jordan Crook talk about what's new in original streaming shows, movies, comics and more. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime – if it's new, original, and available to stream on the web or mobile, you'll hear about it here first.

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    • 2.8, 32 Ratings

Each week, TechCrunch's Anthony Ha and Jordan Crook talk about what's new in original streaming shows, movies, comics and more. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime – if it's new, original, and available to stream on the web or mobile, you'll hear about it here first.

Customer Reviews

2.8 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

Pop-culture-fan ,

As others stated, I wanted to like it..

Overall the flow and format feels amateur, it wanders and stalls in a way that loses my interest. This isn't a deal breaker for me though - I listen to and enjoy a range of podcasts with varying levels of polish. The thing that I can't get over, is the fact that you have people on who A) admittedly know nothing about or B) don't care about (and sometimes seem to resent) the content that you are covering. Not knowing about the content could be ok - as long as they're genuinely showing interest and asking thoughtful questions, so the other in-the-know host can explain and engage in an interesting conversation. Instead what we get is smug 'i just dont get it, why does anyone like this crap' hot takes that are hard to listen to. It's possible im being too harsh on y'all, but as a fan of several things that I've heard belittled on this podcast, it's tough to understand who exactly this podcast is for, what you're trying to accomplish with it, and why I would want to listen to another episode. 2 stars instead of 1 because I always tip at a restaraunt even when the service is terrible.

Diamonds Are My Best Friends ,

Meh.

Audio comes in and out. I’m okay with tangents if they’re fun and intriguing - these were not. No immediate hook for me to continue their pop culture dissection.

david jon kassan ,

insanely

annoying, way too self referential to talk about the actual content. and then there are the likes and ummmmmmmsss. 🤦🏻‍♂️

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