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 139 episodes since launching on Jul 07, 2017

Welcome back to the only podcast you need for opinions about the shows you watch every week!  On this episode, the boys have a very divergent opinion on the latest episode of Sherlock, and it could spell disaster for the entire podcast from here on out!  Aside form that, however, they also manage to do some good coverage of SHIELD, This is Us, and The Good Place, as well as a number of other great and not so great shows.  Mike makes a hard push for the entire Fargo series as a whole, and John caught the first 2 episodes of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, and weighs in on that.  All this plus news, trailers, and some potty language that we just couldn't help ourselves with on this exciting installment of what did You watch this Week!

Welcome back loyal viewers, and have we got a show for you this week!  Shows are starting to come back from hiatus, and midseason replacements are cropping up as well.  This week Mika and John talk about their thoughts on the return of Grimm, the premiere of Emerald City, and the fun of continuing shows like Superstore and The Good Place.  Mike has also finished Travelers and John finished Crazyhed, so they both get to dive into those more, and John makes a strong push for the return of Man Seeking Woman, while Mike reviews the greatest Blair Witch movie to date!  All this, plus a few fun surprises on this week's RealD 3D episode of What did You Watch this Week!

Hello loyal viewers of our podcast program and welcome to the episode that is the answer to life, the universe, and everything!  This week was another thin week for shows, but we still managed to fill the airwaves with good quality discussions, as well as plenty of off-topic meanderings and ramblings for you!  Join us as we talk about our love of Travelers, the surprising delight of CrazyHead, and some movie reviews. But wait!  Act now and you'll also get a super hard push for a Jeffrey Donovan show on Hulu, the review of the Doctor Who Christmas special, and as promised, the revealing of our thoughts on Rogue One, from finish to middle, then a little more toward the end, but then kinda back to the beginning, and then the end, but a little more middle...

Happy holidays, loyal viewers!  We here at WDYWTW hope you're all enjoying your festivities, families, and foibles!  On this week's episode, the boys who make noise have a limited selection of viewing to discuss, but that doesn't stop them from bringing you the info!  We both watched all 8 episodes of the Netflix Original series "The OA" and have a lot to say about that series, and we both found ourselves watching another new series to Netflix called "Travelers" that got some pretty positive reviews from us!  In addition, Mike watched some movies he liked, John watched some he didn't like, and Adam ruined Christmas for us all!

Greetings from TV land!  This week the guys find themselves staring down the barrel of a week on hiatus!  Rest assured good listeners, they still had stuff to talk about, starting with the final 2 episodes of Ash vs Evil Dead.  What is up with the trip to the past?  Will Ash be able to undo everything from the movies?  What is up with the Jedi spirits?  Beyond that, there is a lot to unpack in the midseason finale of Timeless, Mike watched a couple of movies he wants to talk about, and John saw the first episode of the new Netflix original The OA (minimal spoilers).  Please note: We both watched Rouge One, but due to how new the film is to theaters, we declined to talk about it this week to prevent spoilers from something this epic.

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