What Did You Watch This Week has released 260 episodes since launching on Mar 03, 2016
Infanticide, slacktivism, and the number one Rogue preview are all on deck this week. The main primetime season is winding down, and the guys are starting to see the results of that waning spirit. Though a few shows have got them saying "ho-hum," Arrow and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are spot on and keeping them talking this week!
This week's episode covers a number of great shows including the amazing crossover episode of Supergirl and Flash, "World's Finest," plus a race featuring book pages, a bevy of trailers, and the first ever WDYWTW corrections and omissions from listeners! All this, plus Mike has finally tumbled down the rabbit hole that is Limitless, and John asks what is up with Jim Gordon's hair, only on the latest installment of What Did You Watch This Week!
This week on the show, John and Mike make some chilling discoveries, and their worlds are turned upside down when they begin to realize that someone has broken a most sacred vow they made! Could this be the end of our dynamic duo? Is their show doomed to fail before it even starts? Did Mike really watch a show that prominently involved a severed appendage? Why do we keep asking questions? The answers to some of these, and more are here for those who listen!
In this week's episode of "What Did You Watch this Week," our hosts talk about their current favorite shows, such as Lucifer, Gotham, and Agents of SHIELD. John talks about one of his biggest regrets in current TV viewings, and Mike discusses his love for the newest season of Daredevil, out now on Netflix. Also, John puts the pressure on Mike to start watching Limitless, so hopefully starting next week he'll have some thoughts to share with the rest of us!
Greetings and welcome to first episode of “What Did You Watch This Week?” the podcast where we talk about TV shows, movies, and trailers that we watched this week. This week we jump into Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, The X-Files returns, trailers for Ghostbusters, Green Room, Captain America: Civil War and a lot more.