50 episodes

When your favorite show ends, we’re just getting started. LIVE interactive podcasts take place on Youtube, right after the episode ends of shows like THE WALKING DEAD, GAME OF THRONES & More. Post Show Recaps features Rob Cesternino from Rob Has a Podcast and Josh Wigler

Post Show Recaps: TV Podcasts | Rob Cesternino & Josh Wigler PodcastOne

    • After Shows

When your favorite show ends, we’re just getting started. LIVE interactive podcasts take place on Youtube, right after the episode ends of shows like THE WALKING DEAD, GAME OF THRONES & More. Post Show Recaps features Rob Cesternino from Rob Has a Podcast and Josh Wigler

    Iron Man | A Marvel Cinematic Universe Rewatch

    Iron Man | A Marvel Cinematic Universe Rewatch

    Iron Man | A Marvel Cinematic Universe Rewatch

    The Marvel Cinematic Universe rewatch is here! Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Kevin Mahadeo (@KevMahadeo) have launched “Everything is Super,” a new superhero and comic book focused podcast on Post Show Recaps, beginning with a full deep dive into the MCU.

    For the next several weeks, Josh and Kevin will focus on a different film from the MCU, in release order. Up first: Iron Man. In their conversation about the very first MCU movie, Josh and Kevin gush over Robert Downey Jr.’s scene-stealing turn as Tony Stark, repeatedly shout “WITH A BOX OF SCRAPS,” discuss the revolving door qualities surrounding Terrence Howard as Rhodey, and more.

    In the first episode of “Everything is Super,” Josh and Kevin give their takes on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, chart their own origin stories with the comic book space (as well as their own friendship, formed a long time ago but in this very galaxy), answer listener feedback, and more.

    Coming next: The Incredible Hulk, dropping April 15. Send your feedback for The Incredible Hulk recap by no later than April 13, through our feedback form or by emailing us at super@postshowrecaps.com.

    The Infinity Ranking Saga:

    Each week, Josh and Kevin and the Everything is Super listenership will team together to rank three different components of the MCU: the post-credits scenes, the villains, and the movies themselves. Listeners are encouraged to send their scores from a scale of 1 – 6 stones to super@postshowrecaps.com. The current list is as follows:

    Best Film:



    * Iron Man – 4.59



    Best Villain:



    * Obadiah Stane – 3.29



    Best Post-Credits Scene:



    * Iron Man – 5.67



    Josh’s MCU Rankings, Before “Everything is Super” Launched:



    * Avengers: Endgame

    * Avengers: Infinity War

    * The Avengers

    * Iron Man

    * Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    * Black Panther

    * Guardians of the Galaxy

    * Thor: Ragnarok

    * Captain America: The First Avenger

    * Captain America: Civil War

    * Spider-Man: Homecoming

    * Spider-Man: Far From Home

    * Captain Marvel

    * Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

    * Ant-Man and the Wasp

    * Avengers: Age of Ultron

    * Ant-Man

    * Iron Man 3

    * Doctor Strange

    * Thor

    * The Incredible Hulk

    * Iron Man 2

    * Thor: The Dark World



    Kevin’s MCU Rankings, Before “Everything is Super” Launched:



    * Avengers: Endgame

    * Avengers: Infinity War

    * Thor: Ragnarok

    * Black Panther

    * Captain America: Civil War

    * Spider-Man: Homecoming

    * Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    * The Avengers

    * Captain America: The First Avenger

    * Guardians of the Galaxy

    * Iron Man 3

    * Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

    * Spider-Man: Far From Home

    * Ant-Man and the Wasp

    * Avengers: Age of Ultron

    * Iron Man

    * Captain Marvel

    * Ant-Man

    * Doctor Strange

    * Thor

    * The Incredible Hulk

    * Iron Man 2

    * Thor: The Dark World

    • 1 hr 48 min
    Westworld | Season 3, Episode 4 Recap: “The Mother of Exiles”

    Westworld | Season 3, Episode 4 Recap: “The Mother of Exiles”

    Westworld | Season 3, Episode 4 Recap: “The Mother of Exiles”

    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Jo Garfein (@jopinionated) are awash in a sea of Doloreses in their recap of “Westworld” season three, episode four, “The Mother of Exile



    In “The Mother of Exiles,” the mystery surrounding Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson) clarifies, but with the answer comes a slew of new questions — especially as pertains to Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) and the other hosts she’s brought into the new world. Josh and Jo spend most of the podcast reeling from the big Dolores revelation, while also taking time to offer some wild new theories about Bernard (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), Maeve (Thandie Newton) and others.



    Josh and Jo will be back next week to talk season three, episode five, “Genre.” Check out THR.com/Westworld for all of Josh’s Hollywood Reporter coverage of the series, including the Series Regular podcast as well as interviews with creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, star Thandie Newton, and more.

    Additional reading/listening/viewing from the podcast:



    *

    Read Josh’s Westworld coverage at THR.com/Westworld



    *

    Subscribe to Josh’s Series Regular podcast



    *

    Learn more about Cancer Gets LOST



    * Check out all of the Westworld coverage on Post Show Recaps



    Previous Westworld season 3 podcast coverage …



    * Season 3 Premiere Recap

    * Season 3 Premiere Feedback

    * Season 3, Episode 2 Recap

    * Season 3, Episode 3 Recap

    • 52 min
    The Walking Dead | Season 10, Episode 15 Recap: “The Tower”

    The Walking Dead | Season 10, Episode 15 Recap: “The Tower”

    The Walking Dead | Season 10, Episode 15 Recap: “The Tower”



    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Jessica Liese (@HaymakerHattie) scale “The Tower,” their final voyage into The Walking Dead universe for the next little while.

    Due to the global pandemic, AMC was unable to finish post-production on The Walking Dead season ten, which makes “The Tower” the final episode of the season until further notice. Josh and Jess mark the occasion by bowing at the alter of Princess, a brand new character straight out of the comic books, and sure to irritate a few show-only viewers.

    Josh and Jess’ Walking Dead watch may be at an end (for now), but they have another show lined up for podcasting purposes: Killing Eve. Season three premieres on BBC America and on Hulu on April 12, and Josh and Jess will cover all eight episodes of the new year of the serial killer thriller. Make sure to tune into Post Show Recaps so you never miss an episode.













    Send your questions and comments in by sending in an e-mail, contacting us on Twitter, or using our feedback form.













    About The Walking Dead …

    Based on Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s comic book series of the same name, The Walking Dead is the zombie movie that never ends. Set some years after an apocalyptic event causes the dead to rise from the grave, Walking Dead centers on an ever-changing group of survivors who do battle with the walkers, do their best to bring civilization back from the brink, and fight one another as conflicting agendas crop up among the living.

    Angela Kang serves as executive producer and showrunner, with a sprawling cast including Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon, Danai Gurira as Michonne, Melissa McBride as Carol, Christian Serratos as Rosita, Josh McDermitt as Eugene, Seth Gilliam as Father Gabriel, Ross Marquand as Aaron, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan.

    Show Links



    * All The Walking Dead content on Post Show Recaps

    * All of Josh’s The Walking Dead content at The Hollywood Reporter

    * Jess’ Primetimer piece on The Walking Dead season 10



    Previous The Walking Dead season 10 podcast coverage …



    * a href="https://postshowrecaps.

    • 55 min
    Better Call Saul | Season 5, Episode 7 Recap: “JMM”

    Better Call Saul | Season 5, Episode 7 Recap: “JMM”

    Better Call Saul | Season 5, Episode 7 Recap: “JMM”



    Antonio Mazzaro (@acmazzaro) and Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) are back to recap season 5, episode 7 of AMC’s Better Call Saul, entitled “JMM.” Episode seven deals with Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) and Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) taking a meaningful new step forward in their relationship with one another, all while Gustavo Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) makes some deadly moves of his own.

    Previous Better Call Saul Podcasts:



    * All Better Call Saul content on Post Show Recaps

    * Better Call Saul | Season 5, Episodes 1 & 2 Recap

    * Better Call Saul | Season 5, Episode 3 Recap

    * Better Call Saul | Season 5, Episode 4 Recap

    * Better Call Saul | Season 5, Episode 5 Recap

    * Better Call Saul | Season 5, Episode 6 Recap



    Show Links:



    * Better Call Saul on AMC

    • 1 hr 28 min
    LOST: Down the Hatch | Season 2, Episode 10: “The 23rd Psalm”

    LOST: Down the Hatch | Season 2, Episode 10: “The 23rd Psalm”

    LOST: Down the Hatch | Season 2, Episode 10: “The 23rd Psalm”

    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) walk through the valley of the shadow of death to talk about the one and only Mr. Eko.

    In “The 23rd Psalm,” actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje steps into the spotlight as Eko, presently a priest, previously something very different. In their breakdown of the episode, Josh and Mike dig into Eko’s back story, debate his status as the most stable character on LOST, get into the start of Charlie’s drug addiction story, and more.







    About Down the Hatch …



    LOST: Down the Hatch is a full-tilt spoiler-filled rewatch of LOST. Every week, Josh and Mike break down an episode of LOST with the benefit of knowing the series’ full trajectory, using the following structure as a guide:



    * We Go “Fourth” – Josh and Mike begin each podcast with a deep-dive into the story both in front of and behind the camera, and they do so with the assistance of…

    * 8 Sounds – The events of LOST pop right off the camera and straight into your ears with eight memorable moments replayed on the podcast, helping us guide through the story;

    * 15/16 Others – Josh and Mike answer questions and comments sent their way through the official e-mail address: downthehatch@postshowrecaps.com

    * 23 Points – Each week, Josh and Mike hand out points for the best and worst characters of the episode in question, in a foolhardy attempt to determine the most and least valuable players in the LOST pantheon.

    * 4.2 Stars – Josh and Mike will attempt to create an official Down the Hatch ranking of every episode of LOST, by rating them all on a scale from 0 – 4.2. Josh and Mike will offer their individual scores, listeners’ scores will be averaged as a third data point, then the three points will be combined for the podcast’s official score on each episode.







    Each episode of Down the Hatch clocks in at no less than 108 minutes. If the podcast falls short of that runtime, Josh and Mike have triggered a crisis! Consequences may (and almost certainly will) ensue thanks to the Frozen Donkey Wheel.

    Additional reading/listening/viewing from the podcast:





    * The LOST: Down the Hatch Wikipedia Page

    * Josh’s LOST Episode Rankings (The Hollywood Reporter)

    * a href="http://web.archive.org/web/20151113021451/http://okbjgm.weebly.com/Lost" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" data-saferedirecturl="https://www.google.com/url?q=http://web.archive.org/web/20151113021451/http://okbjgm.weebly.com/Lost&source=gmail&ust=1582336512591000...

    • 2 hrs 26 min
    Everything is Super | A Marvel Cinematic Universe Rewatch

    Everything is Super | A Marvel Cinematic Universe Rewatch

    Everything is Super | A Marvel Cinematic Universe Rewatch

    The Marvel Cinematic Universe rewatch begins here! Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Kevin Mahadeo (@KevMahadeo) launch “Everything is Super,” a new superhero and comic book focused podcast on Post Show Recaps, beginning with a full deep dive into the MCU.

    For the next several weeks, Josh and Kevin will focus on a different film from the MCU, in release order. Up first: Iron Man, with the podcast set to drop on April 9. Send your feedback for the “Iron Man” recap by no later than April 6, through our feedback form or by emailing us at super@postshowrecaps.com.

    In the first episode of “Everything is Super,” Josh and Kevin give their takes on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, chart their own origin stories with the comic book space (as well as their own friendship, formed a long time ago but in this very galaxy), answer listener feedback, and more.

    Throughout the podcasts, Josh and Kevin will rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, with help from the listeners. They’re asking you to write in to super@postshowrecaps.com with your ratings of each Marvel movie from a scale of 1 – 6. Josh and Kevin will give their respective scores, average up the audience score, with the three data points combining for the podcast’s official MCU ranking.

    For now, sight unseen, here are Josh’s most recent rankings of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, hastily written in April 2019 before watching Avengers: Endgame, and therefore not including either Endgame or Spider-Man: Far From Home. Josh no longer stands behind these rankings and is curious to see where he shakes out in future podcasts, so if you’re mad, do not @ him until further down the line please and thanks.



    * Avengers: Infinity War

    * The Avengers

    * Iron Man

    * Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    * Black Panther

    * Guardians of the Galaxy

    * Thor: Ragnarok

    * Captain America: The First Avengers

    * Captain America: Civil War

    * Spider-Man: Homecoming

    * Captain Marvel

    * Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

    * Ant-Man and the Wasp

    * Avengers: Age of Ultron

    * Ant-Man

    * Iron Man 3

    * Doctor Strange

    * Thor

    * The Incredible Hulk

    * Iron Man 2

    * Thor: The Dark World

    • 1 hr 24 min

Top Podcasts In After Shows

Listeners Also Subscribed To

More by PodcastOne