51 episodes

A biweekly podcast revisiting classic television, one series at a time.

Hosts Hannah and Jeffrey are your intrepid and informed tour guides through TV's back catalog as they take a fresh look at shows which have been off the air for at least 15 years and are available on a major streaming service, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.

The TV Museum Podcast The TV Museum Podcast

    • TV & Film
    • 4.4, 61 Ratings

A biweekly podcast revisiting classic television, one series at a time.

Hosts Hannah and Jeffrey are your intrepid and informed tour guides through TV's back catalog as they take a fresh look at shows which have been off the air for at least 15 years and are available on a major streaming service, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

Jus"1" ,

There are better podcasts available

This one was kind of a bore to listen to. The woman in particular gave off a vibe of being too good for what she watched for the purposes of the podcast. Skip this one.

slotv1994 ,

On Wings

On the wings episode that I enjoyed. You somehow got on the topic of Coach. I belive you said you planned on not watching an episode till the day you die. Keep in mind if you don't review Newhart and Taxi also as the share much of the same creators, directors and writers.

Moria V. ,

Fun with a grain of salt

I enjoy the nostalgia of this podcast. The hosts come across like married daytime tv hosts who occasionally bicker, which is amusing. They do point out they only watch 3 episodes of each show. It can seem like they don’t watch even that many. As you’d expect from someone discussing a show they don’t know and haven’t watched - they get things wrong. There’s times even a good reading of Wikipedia could clear things up. This especially evident if the show had several seasons. So take what they say with a grain of salt.
Edited to add: my biggest issue is that the hosts don’t seem to like tv made before like 2008 and the new “golden age” of tv. They seem to judge everything by the standards of Mad Men or something, especially pilots. Newsflash: pilots used to be terrible. Also please watch the shows, not just read a few reviews and a the recap from the dvd box. It’s pretty obvious.

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