We recently sat in on a massive 3-hour livestream with Pete Peppers and BenjaTV about the end of The Expanse. If you want to watch the video you can find it on Pete’s YouTube channel or if you’re a club member, you can listen to it here as a podcast. Enjoy!
Join us for one last episode of the Beltalowda podcast to celebrate the end of the perhaps the best sci-fi show to date. It’s a super-sized, feedback-packed episode where we quibble a little over the necessity of certain events and wonder what could have been but come out the other side appreciating what we did get.
The series finale delivers on nearly all fronts with some great action, some precious final moments between the characters we’ve come to love, and a promising conclusion for Inyalowda / Beltalowda relations. Join us for the podcast to hear our full thoughts on perhaps the best sci-fi series ever made. (We go into that)
In the second-to-last feedback episode of the series we talk about the excellent sci-fi writing that The Expanse has brought us and consider what comes next for fans of the TV series after it ends.
The questioning of decisions has turned inward this episode, removing Holden from the crosshairs, but putting Amos, Avasarala, Filip, and even Drummer squarely in the sights. It’s a great episode full of moving scenes and setting up the action for next week’s finale. Join us for the podcast to hear our thoughts. Join the discussion:…
We’re checking back in with fans of The Expanse to get their feedback on episodes 3 & 4 of the final season. As you might expect, they’re mostly talking about Holden’s big decision.
The consequences of previous choices start to come into full relief this week as Holden has to figure out what to tell Naomi about his decisions and Avasarala has to figure out how to make good on her implicit promise to the people of Ceres. Join us for the podcast for our full review.
We’re halfway through the final season and Marco is smartly making his problems Earth’s problems, even if it’s not popular with everyone. Holden is also making some less-than-popular decisions and we’re excited to see how that plays out. Join us for the podcast for our full review.
This time on Off the Clock we do a wrapup of Cowboy Bebop’s first and only season, talk about Wheel of Time and streaming service woes, decide whether 8-Bit Christmas is a new holiday classic and A.Ron does a Hallmark Christmas roundup. Then he talks a bit about Iain M. Banks’ “Culture” series before we finish off the episode with this month’s Patron topics.
Everyone has seen the first 2 episodes of this season so it’s time to consider your feedback. First though, we talk about the 2 X-Ray-exclusive webisodes and the announcement of the TellTale game that seems to center around Camina Drummer. Join us for the podcast to get your fix of The Expanse until the show returns later this week.