What Did You Watch This Week

“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.

What Did You Watch This Week is hosted by Michael Labbe and John Spier and produced by John Spier. You can support this show by visiting our merch store or feel free to get in touch with us by sending us an e-mail.

What Did You Watch This Week has released 148 episodes since launching on Jul 07, 2017

As the new year creeps around again, John and Mike kick things into high gear by recapping all of the miscellaneous shows, movies and trailers they checked out over the holiday break, including the 2 part Timeless series finale, the last episode of Doctor Who until 2020, and the return of The Orville.  Come check it out! 

This week on a special holiday filled episode, the guys give their deep dive rundown of the DC TV Universe crossover event Elseworlds.  From start to finish, all 3 episodes are analyzed, the stories are critiqued, and the lines are drawn, connecting the dots.  How does this compare to Crisis on Earth X?  Was this crossover as good without including the Legends of Tomorrow?  How was Bat Woman's introduction?  What does the future hold?  

Among other things, this week John and Mike talk about a powerful and moving episode of The Rookie, and really talk about the season finale of Jodie Whitaker's first run at the role of The Doctor.  Also, there is a special announcement about the Elseworlds crossover event that you won't want to miss!

This week John and Mike deal with the winding down of the Fall TV season and the number of shows going on hiatus as a result.  There is still plenty to talk about though, including John's discovery that Downsizing is NOT the comedy we all thought it was, Mike's continuing praise of Titans, and the trailer we have all been waiting for.  Also, the guys inadvertently both checked out George R R Martin's newest story for Syfy, Nightlflyers.  

This week the guys run down some of the "best" the CW has to offer (including the most ridiculous and poorly written prison escape/not escape in the history of TV.)  there are also some rousing discussions about the prior two episodes of This is Us (including how Miguel is one of the most likable characters on the show, surprisingly) and of course, we dive deep into Doctor Who!

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