Rolling Stone’s chief TV critic, Alan Sepinwall, joins us for the next installment of our new series, “Watch Party,” in which we invite listeners to watch a show with us. We’ll discuss the hit Netflix series, “Lupin,” and take listeners’ calls.
After failing to book Jimmy Fallon on the podcast, Connor instead talks to his good friend, comedian Alex Song-Xia, whose brief time as a writer on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon ended before her contract was up. Also, Rolling Stone’s chief TV critic and Band of Brothers aficionado Alan Sepinwall weighs in on the character Lieutenant George Rice, played by Fallon in the epic mini-series. His new podcast Too Long; Didn’t Watch is now available Episode Transcript---Follow the show @deadeyespodcastAdvertise on Dead Eyes via Gumball.fm
Recently, HBO Max announced it will be launching a “Sex and the City” reboot titled, “And Just Like That.” The news has sparked a debate about the value of reboots and revivals, sequels and spinoffs -- why are so many streaming services and networks so invested in the reboot? And are any of them any good? We discuss reboots with Rolling Stone’s chief TV critic, Alan Sepinwall, and take listeners’ calls.
COVID-19 has thrown a wrench in the production schedule of most television shows. Alan Sepinwall, chief TV critic for Rolling Stone, joins us to discuss the state of television this fall season and give some recommendations of what to watch, as part of our ongoing series “Review/Preview.”