We talked with Showrunner and Executive Producer David S. Goyer again after the conclusion of Foundation season 1 and he was gracious enough to answer some of our lingering questions. Thanks again to David for being a good sport and for a great season of epic science fiction TV. Respect and enjoy the interview.
Join us for the final feedback episode of the season.
Well, we took a leap of faith covering the first season of a show which was trying to tell a story that everyone said couldn’t be told in the visual medium. Now that the final episode has been released, how did it work out? Join us for the podcast covering the season one finale of Foundation for our long-form thoughts.
Join us for this week’s feedback episode before the season finale next week. We’ve got a lot to talk about.
Mixed opinions on this one. I liked S01E09 “The First Crisis” a whole lot more than A.Ron. For me, the acting really sold me on this episode, both Terrence Mann and Cassian Bilton. And of course we can’t wait until dad gets home to see what kind of consequences Dawn will have to face. Join us for the podcast for our full thoughts heading into the final episode.
Time to consider audience feedback for Foundation S01E08 “The Missing Piece” as well as our new and improved Goyer Foyer segment.
When we talked with David S. Goyer, he told us that this episode was his favorite of the season. Now that we’ve seen it we might just agree. Join us on the podcast for a discussion of Foundation S01E08 “The Missing Piece”, including the political maneuvering and sci-fi concepts, from the cool to the creepy.
Join us for the podcast for some discussion about the potential spoilers dropped in the latest official podcast, the laws or robotics and much more as we consider your feedback for Foundation S01E07, Mysteries and Martyrs.
The Guest is nothing like the movie I thought it’d be. It’s one of those movies where the name is so generically boring that someone asks you “Have you seen The Guest?” and you respond “Sure”, thinking you’ve seen it but you’re actually thinking of The Others, The Nun, The Grudge, The Delivery, or The . I actually just made up those last two, that’s how boring the title of this movie is. The premise isn’t that exciting either. A man shows up at a house claiming to be a friend of their son who died in war, but he’s weird.
That said, this movie is way more fun than the title or the premise would indicate. When it breaks the sidewalls of its mediocre horror mold and spills messily out into other genres, it becomes a ton of fun. Dan Stevens and Maika Monroe are excellent as well.
Thanks to Maggie for commissioning this unique movie. Join us on the podcast for our full review.
This episode split its time between the three going plot concerns, which we appreciated. The political maneuverings on The Maiden continue to excite us. What’s happening with Brother Dawn on Trantor is raising a lot of interesting questions about cloning while answering others. Things are also getting good on the Terminus side now that we know more about Invictus. Join us for discussion of Foundation S01E07 “Mysteries and Martyrs” on the podcast.