After three long years off the air, True Detective makes a season three comeback on the backs of Mahershala Ali and Stephen Dorff. We talk about the show’s premise and leads, our feelings about the franchise in general, thoughts on the promotional material and interviews we’ve read so far, reasons to hope that season three is a return to form after an arguable stumble in season two, and where things might go wrong. See you back here next Tuesday!
Jim and A.Ron ready themselves to dive into season four of AMC’s Better Call Saul! Topics include; season five already being greenlit, what’s next for Jimmy and Kim, Mike and Gus, Nacho and his dad’s upholstery business, the shows promised “darker” turn, and where we want to see the series go as it winds up to it’s assumed conclusion next season. We also raise the frequently asked question; when will we see Walt? See you next week for an in depth episode breakdown and feedback from our fellow fans!
Watch us record the podcast, including all the sound checks, flubs, and riveting research breaks that you’ve always wished you could see… Hey, at least you can hear the podcast before anyone else.
We’re back to ambush your podcast feeds with a summer re-watch of HBO’s Game of Thrones season three! If you’ve seen the show, you know this is a red banner year for the series with tons of the twists and tragedies we’ve come to expect. And if this is your first time through, relax! We’ll be doing our level best to keep all spoilers for future episodes and seasons confined to the very end of the podcast where you can easily skip them. For this, our season three kick off, please enjoy the live podcast we taped in front of an audience at the awesome Con of Thrones from Dallas this year. We’ll be back next week with full coverage of the season three premiere, “Valar Dohaeris”! Got feedback? Send it in using the links below and we might consider it on air!
The long awaited sophomore season of HBO’s Westworld returns this weekend, and we’ve been champing at the bit. We discuss the open questions from last season, the tantalizing glimpses of the future we’ve seen from the trailers so far, and discuss upcoming format changes and our policy on spoilers and speculation. Why is William’s past still relevant to the story? What is the door, and how are we supposed to find it? Are Dolores and Maeve running diametrically opposed armies? What is Delos up to with their secret project? Is a robot searching for it’s artificial daughter any more sad and pointless than anything we do in our day to day lives? Why or why not? These and many more questions are entertained as we await answers!
Jim and A.Ron talk about the upcoming season three of SyFy’s The Expanse. We talk about our experience with the show (and Jim’s recent experience reading the first three books in the series by James S. A. Corey) and our thoughts about where we left off last season and where we think we’re headed. Other topics include our spoiler policy, our favorite characters, the Rocinante’s power level, and much more.
Jim and I will be back for the back half of season 8 of AMC’s The Walking Dead. Whether that is exciting or depressing is very much up to the individual, but it’s a fact, so today we’re previewing the next 8 episodes. What do we think about Gimple’s promotion? Is Carl really going to die? What did we think of the pre-season trailers and marketing? And who lives and who dies this season? We contemplate all this and more. See you Sunday night for the LiveWatch!
Jim and A.Ron get hyped for season two of Netflix’s Stranger Things! We discuss the various trailers, interviews, previews, try to piece together the plot and make predictions, discuss our hopes and fears, and consider a bit of feedback before signing off until next weekend. Again, our plan is to marathon the season over the weekend of October 27th. That means we’ll have all 9 episodes out and covered before Monday morning. Got feedback? Send it in to the links below and we’ll consider it on our season two wrap up podcast!
Jim and A.Ron look ahead to season 8 of The Walking Dead! We discuss our thoughts on the promo materials, the legal bombshells that dropped over the spring/summer break, and finally we get spoilery discussing the comic book version of the “All Out War” storyline at the end of the pod. See you this weekend!…
Jim and A.Ron consider some listener for the upcoming season of Game of Thrones! The first half of the episode is spoiler free, but the back half we delve into the depths of the books to mine for hints, secrets, and lore! If you’re a show-only watcher who doesn’t want any spoilers, you may find it best to just skip that part. Not afraid of spoilers? Need to catch up? Here’s a Tinfoil SpoiLore archive of previous podcasts by topic. Each link has a time code listed so you can jump right to the tinfoil topic of the week for your convenience and listening pleasure.