“What Did You Watch This Week?” is a weekly podcast were your hosts talk about the televisions shows, movies, and trailers that they watched this week. This encompasses not only new shows or movies but past favorites and re-runs they may have watched or even short runs series you can only find on Netflix, HULU or DVD.
Another week, another fun-filled check-in with Mike and John on their critically acclaimed (not really) podcast. This time around, the guys get even deeper into Westworld as the mysteries abound and the characters develop more. The guys also talk about some need for character development on the shows they watch as a crucial part of the experience, as well as how some topics like racism are too big to feel properly handled when shoehorned into an already full show about other topics. Your hosts also both watched Stan Against Evil and will let you know whether or not it is worth checking out, and This is Us gets more well-deserved love! All this, plus more on the latest installment of What Did You Watch this Week!
We're a third of the way to 100, and not losing any steam so far, ladies and gentlemen! On this week's fun-filled episode, Mike goes back to last week to discuss his thoughts on You're the Worst thus far, and John talks about how he's falling out of favor fast with Frequency (alliteration FTW!) The boys share some theories and split on one major one regarding WestWorld (which will make the rest of the season interesting for them) and there is a lot of love paid to This is Us once again (because the show is that great! All this, plus some relative good superhero shtick and a Jackie Chan movie that Mike didn't like for the first time ever.
On the next exciting installment of the WDYWTW podcast, the guys dive even further into Westworld and talk about the new theories and twists that came about from the third episode. Some ideas were proven wrong, while others now have a leg to stand on, and one is kinda out there enough that maybe it's true? Also this week, Mike once again gives his "Pick of the Week" to a tried and true standard, while John hands the award on his end to a newcomer from the British Isles, and tells you all why you need to start watching! Additionally, we crack open the nuts that are the ever growing lineup of DC superhero shows, reminisce hot summer days with This is Us, and talk about how Timeless is doing time travel vs how Frequency is handling it. All this and more on the ever indulgent What did you watch This week!
Welcome back, loyal listeners, to the latest episode of WDYWTW, and boy is it packed to the gunnels! The boys had their hands full this week with all the shows they are enjoying as well as new and returning favorites. The CW superhero lineup gets a full blanket of love now that Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow are back on the air, but do Mike and John really still love all 4 equally? Also, the discussion gets deep and philisophical-ish surrounding the second episode of WestWorld, and whether murder and sex are evil with automatons. Mike says "no thanks" to a few shows this week as he pulls the plug on them, and John does the same for a couple of different ones himself. All this, plus a couple of new surprises and a big push from John for 2 shows, one of which he can barely describe, and a movie that truly moved Mike and his wife... to fall asleep!
Welcome back loyal listeners for the 30th fun filled installment of What did you Watch This week! In this week's episode, some doldrums are striking Mike especially hard with the same old same old playing out on his screen, while John tries to breathe a little more life into the tired tales where he can (but he's feeling it too.) The guys review some of the new shows, like Timeless and Frequency, as well as express their feelings over the return of Flash and Arrow to the small screen. All this plus Mike lets us know all about Yoga Hosers, John hates the girl on the train, and we rattle off some awesome trailers!
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