299 episodes

Each week, Anthony Ha, Jordan Crook, and Darrell Etherington talk about what's new in original streaming shows and movies. Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ – if it's new, original, and available to stream, you'll hear about it here first.

Original Content Darrell Etherington, Jordan Crook, Anthony Ha

    • TV & Film
    • 2.8 • 79 Ratings

Each week, Anthony Ha, Jordan Crook, and Darrell Etherington talk about what's new in original streaming shows and movies. Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ – if it's new, original, and available to stream, you'll hear about it here first.

    Baby Reindeer

    Baby Reindeer

    This week, we discuss Disney+ making a small profit, Jordan finally catches up with "Dune Part 2," then we review "Baby Reindeer" on Netflix.

    • 51 min
    Fallout

    Fallout

    This week, we review Amazon Prime Video's adaptation of the retro-futuristic "Fallout" video games.

    • 42 min
    Shogun

    Shogun

    This week, we review the FX/Hulu series "Shogun."

    • 51 min
    The Regime

    The Regime

    This week, Jordan and Anthony review "The Regime," an HBO political satire (?) starring Kate Winslet.

    • 34 min
    Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV

    Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV

    This week, we review the Investigation Discovery documentary "Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV" (with a brief digression for last week's earthquake).

    • 44 min
    3 Body Problem

    3 Body Problem

    This week, we review the first season of "3 Body Problem" on Netflix.

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

2.8 out of 5
79 Ratings

79 Ratings

Hershe25 ,

Real Boring

They sound so bored. Like they all need a nap. I listened to the Mythic Quest episode from two years ago and a little of the most recent episode to see if they perk up at all, but no. At one point Jordan actually yawns. Their review was long and yet, still very surface. “I liked it” “I like that actor””I liked that episode”. They don’t seem very qualified as critics.

emotionalengine ,

I believe!

In this podcast, three (sometimes four?) hosts chat about a season of a popular show or film - a casual conversation like (as one reviewer said) a dinner party. The individual personalities mix well and offer dynamic, insightful takes that bring the listener deeper into the seasons of shows we’ve enjoyed (and want to keep alive!).

What needs work is when hosts haven’t watched the full seasons of the shows.

I think you have a dynamite formula when you choose shows you all watched in their entirety. In no world do I want to hear about a show from someone who didn’t watch it. Perhaps just leave shows until you’ve all seen them or better yet wait until you all are equally enthusiastic about a particular one. For example, the show about Love is Blind, S3 was great - I loved your hot takes. Unfortunately, combining that show w The Vow S2 was a miss because no one had seen all of it!

I do think it would interesting to hear why someone didn’t finish the show - but IMHO your pod triumphs and reaches an awesome dynamism when everyone has seen it.

Midwest represent! ,

Miss Americana episode

Just listened to this episode and boy, you guys are cynical. Give the artist some credit!

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