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Extra Hot Great: This Week In TV

Tara Ariano, Sarah D. Bunting, David T. Cole

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Extra Hot Great: This Week In TV
Extra Hot Great: This Week In TV

Extra Hot Great: This Week In TV

Tara Ariano, Sarah D. Bunting, David T. Cole

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Join David T. Cole, Tara Ariano, Sarah D. Bunting and their valued guests each week for discussion of what's new on TV plus our hall of fame roundtable segment called The Canon, listen as we appoint Winners and Losers Of The Week and of course our ultra competitive TV trivia quiz: Game Time.

Latest Episodes

277: Welcoming New Faces To Season 3 Of The Crown

EThe Crown has returned for Season 3 with new actors in all the key roles, and who better to talk about it than semi-professional royal watchers Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan of Go Fug Yourself? Around The Dial takes us through Dollface, All Rise, Evil, and Harlots. Sarah makes the case for American Crime Story S02.E04, titled "House By The Lake," to The Canon. Then it's on to the week's Winner and Loser. Get all your mates from the polo team over to the house and join us! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

65 MIN2 d ago
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277: Welcoming New Faces To Season 3 Of The Crown

276: Disney+ Blasts Off With The Mandalorian

EDisney+ finally launched earlier this week, so we thought we'd talk The Mandalorian with Adam Grosswirth. How does the show fit into the Star Wars universe -- and should it bother? Is it hiding Pablo Pascal's light under a mask bushel? And was a certain very cute puppet perhaps pandering to longtime franchise fans? Later, we went Around The Dial with High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, Encore, Back To Life, a POV on Bill Nye, and two Dark shows, and Adam hoped his and Eleanor's joint Grey's Anatomy presentation for the Canon wouldn't bomb. A League Of Their Own won, Don Cherry (finally) lost, and we trod the boards in a theatrical Game Time (yes, Sarah "actually got some points"). Don't take your masks off: it's an all-new Extra Hot Great. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

104 MIN1 w ago
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276: Disney+ Blasts Off With The Mandalorian

275: Waking Up To The Morning Show

EApple TV+ is first to market in this month's battle of the brand-new streaming services, and Slate's TV critic Willa Paskin is joining us to talk about it -- starting with its fanciest new series, The Morning Show, but also touching on See, For All Mankind, and Dickinson. Sarah stars in an abbreviated Around The Dial to talk about the season finale of The Great British Bake Off. Then it's on to a discussion of whether American Vandal S01.E05, "Premature Theories," should be inducted into The Canon. After naming the week's Winner and Loser, it's on to the return of a Game Time classic. Grab your coffee and Red Bull and listen! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

104 MIN2 w ago
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275: Waking Up To The Morning Show

274: Meet Mrs. Fletcher

EMrs. Fletcher gives Kathryn Hahn a star turn as a divorced empty-nester trying to find herself (sexily!), and we're thrilled that star critic Maureen Ryan could return to discuss it with us -- whether we liked it, where it should have ended, and when we can expect this "limited series" to turn into another past-its-sell-by regular series. We went Around The Dial with BoJack Horseman, Lucifer, Netflix cancellation shenanigans, Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant, and Silicon Valley, and then Tara filed a motion to admit a second-season episode of The Good Fight to the Canon. Lizzo won (some more), the Game Of Thrones showrunners lost (for once), and there were no points for second place in a very challenging Game Time. Pack up that minivan: it's an all-new Extra Hot Great. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

132 MIN3 w ago
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274: Meet Mrs. Fletcher

273: Getting On Our High Horse To Talk About HBO's Catherine The Great

EHBO has imported Sky Atlantic's miniseries Catherine The Great -- starring seasoned queen portrayer Helen Mirren -- and first-time guest Karen Geier is Russian (sorry) to join us for a discussion all about it! Around The Dial takes us through Living With Yourself, Modern Love, The Politician, Buzz, Survivor, the latest in Ken Burns, and HBO's highly anticipated take on Watchmen! Karen presents the "Interlude" episode of The Righteous Gemstones for induction into The Canon. Then it's on to the week's Winner and Loser, and a non-regulation Game Time that's the mother you never had and the sister everybody would want...or that's just about guest stars playing characters' relatives on TV. Saddle up your sturdiest steed and join us! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

102 MINOCT 23
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273: Getting On Our High Horse To Talk About HBO's Catherine The Great

272: Flooring It With El Camino

EWe're so glad our esteemed colleague and Breaking Bad 101 author Alan Sepinwall could join us to talk about El Camino, the Breaking Bad sequel on Netflix that starts just minutes after the finale ended. Did we think it was necessary and/or satisfying? Were the fan-service elements welcome, or distracting? And which other characters should get their own post-BB films? Later, we went Around The Dial with Dynasty, Riverdale's Luke Perry tribute episode, Lodge 49, Private Lives Of The Windsors, and an objection from Dave to breathy cover-song TV themes (and the ending of Press, kind of), before Alan warmed up a second-season Leftovers episode as his Canon submission. Holey Moley won, a FOX affiliate (and racist sports teams) lost, and we sprang into action (verbs) for Game Time with the season hanging in the balance. An all-new Extra Hot Great: that's church, yo. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

83 MINOCT 16
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272: Flooring It With El Camino

271: Stopping The Presses For Press On Masterpiece

EPBS's Masterpiece has premiered the British miniseries Press, a tale of warring London newspapers, and we've brought a former newspaper reporter, Daniel MacEachern, back to the podcast to talk about it! Around The Dial clicks through Evil, Big Mouth, and Cash Cab, before we each pitch our own Fosse/Verdon-style limited series based on a real person's life (and possibly a specific biography). Danny presents The Grinder's "Grinder v. Grinder" for induction into the Canon. Then we're on to naming the week's Winner and Loser, and finishing up with a Game Time that might sound a little familiar. Put down any newspaper you might be reading and listen to us instead! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

104 MINOCT 9
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271: Stopping The Presses For Press On Masterpiece

270: The Survivor Stumptown Sunnyside Shot Clock

EWe couldn't decide which headline show to cover for EHG 270, so we set our shot clocks to eight minutes each for three: Survivor's 39th (!) season, with an idolatrous twist; new sitcom Sunnyside, starring Kal Penn as a disgraced city councilman; and semi-charming, SUPER-piloty PI/PTSD drama Stumptown. Will any of us keep watching any of these? Can we, when a couple of them already pulled basement-ish ratings? Later, we went Around The Dial with Bissinger doc Buzz, Perfect Harmony, The Challenge, and Below Deck Med before Kim brought us back to Survivor and fans vs. favorites with her Canon presentation. Moriarty's a winner, Ray Lewis is a loser, and we explored not-that-secret identities in Game Time. Behold the giant wooden busts of your panel: it's an all-new Extra Hot Great. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

78 MINOCT 2
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270: The Survivor Stumptown Sunnyside Shot Clock

269: Polishing The Silver For Downton Abbey: The Movie

EDownton Abbey has been adapted from television series to feature film, and professional movie analysts Joe Reid and Chris Feil of the This Had Oscar Buzz podcast are joining us to talk about it! Around The Dial clicks through a trio of CBS sitcom pilots, Unbelievable, 30 For 30's "Rodman: For Better Or Worse," and Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance. Sarah and Tara take a look at Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail's just-announced Battlestar Galactica reboot​ and ask: Will Dave Hate This? We take on Mary's Muppetational Extra Credit question. Chris and Joe make the case for Project Runway S02.E09, "Flower Power," to be inducted into the Canon. Then, after talking Emmy Winners and Losers, it's on to a Game Time that tests our knowledge of our Boomer relatives' favourite shows. Grab your favourite footman and join us! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

130 MINSEP 25
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269: Polishing The Silver For Downton Abbey: The Movie

268: The Ups And Downs Of Coming Undone

EReviewers love Undone, Amazon's half-hour rotoscoped drama about time travel and mental illness -- did the panel agree? Should the show be animated, or live-action? Does it need a second season? And is this the San Antonio Kevin recognizes from his youth? We went around the dial with prestige fare like Married At First Sight, Are You The One?, and The Challenge, then Brady Renovation-ed other legendary TV exteriors for an Extra Credit before Tara shared a Tiny Triumph. Then Kevin put a legendary reality-show dinner party from the first season of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills up for the Canon. Norman Lear was a winner, Shane Gillis was a loser (and SNL got a conspiracy theory...and another one), and we tried not to count ourselves out of a very numerical Game Time. Reading (minds) is fundamental on an all-new Extra Hot Great. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

120 MINSEP 18
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268: The Ups And Downs Of Coming Undone

Latest Episodes

277: Welcoming New Faces To Season 3 Of The Crown

EThe Crown has returned for Season 3 with new actors in all the key roles, and who better to talk about it than semi-professional royal watchers Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan of Go Fug Yourself? Around The Dial takes us through Dollface, All Rise, Evil, and Harlots. Sarah makes the case for American Crime Story S02.E04, titled "House By The Lake," to The Canon. Then it's on to the week's Winner and Loser. Get all your mates from the polo team over to the house and join us! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

65 MIN2 d ago
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277: Welcoming New Faces To Season 3 Of The Crown

276: Disney+ Blasts Off With The Mandalorian

EDisney+ finally launched earlier this week, so we thought we'd talk The Mandalorian with Adam Grosswirth. How does the show fit into the Star Wars universe -- and should it bother? Is it hiding Pablo Pascal's light under a mask bushel? And was a certain very cute puppet perhaps pandering to longtime franchise fans? Later, we went Around The Dial with High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, Encore, Back To Life, a POV on Bill Nye, and two Dark shows, and Adam hoped his and Eleanor's joint Grey's Anatomy presentation for the Canon wouldn't bomb. A League Of Their Own won, Don Cherry (finally) lost, and we trod the boards in a theatrical Game Time (yes, Sarah "actually got some points"). Don't take your masks off: it's an all-new Extra Hot Great. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

104 MIN1 w ago
Comments
276: Disney+ Blasts Off With The Mandalorian

275: Waking Up To The Morning Show

EApple TV+ is first to market in this month's battle of the brand-new streaming services, and Slate's TV critic Willa Paskin is joining us to talk about it -- starting with its fanciest new series, The Morning Show, but also touching on See, For All Mankind, and Dickinson. Sarah stars in an abbreviated Around The Dial to talk about the season finale of The Great British Bake Off. Then it's on to a discussion of whether American Vandal S01.E05, "Premature Theories," should be inducted into The Canon. After naming the week's Winner and Loser, it's on to the return of a Game Time classic. Grab your coffee and Red Bull and listen! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

104 MIN2 w ago
Comments
275: Waking Up To The Morning Show

274: Meet Mrs. Fletcher

EMrs. Fletcher gives Kathryn Hahn a star turn as a divorced empty-nester trying to find herself (sexily!), and we're thrilled that star critic Maureen Ryan could return to discuss it with us -- whether we liked it, where it should have ended, and when we can expect this "limited series" to turn into another past-its-sell-by regular series. We went Around The Dial with BoJack Horseman, Lucifer, Netflix cancellation shenanigans, Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant, and Silicon Valley, and then Tara filed a motion to admit a second-season episode of The Good Fight to the Canon. Lizzo won (some more), the Game Of Thrones showrunners lost (for once), and there were no points for second place in a very challenging Game Time. Pack up that minivan: it's an all-new Extra Hot Great. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

132 MIN3 w ago
Comments
274: Meet Mrs. Fletcher

273: Getting On Our High Horse To Talk About HBO's Catherine The Great

EHBO has imported Sky Atlantic's miniseries Catherine The Great -- starring seasoned queen portrayer Helen Mirren -- and first-time guest Karen Geier is Russian (sorry) to join us for a discussion all about it! Around The Dial takes us through Living With Yourself, Modern Love, The Politician, Buzz, Survivor, the latest in Ken Burns, and HBO's highly anticipated take on Watchmen! Karen presents the "Interlude" episode of The Righteous Gemstones for induction into The Canon. Then it's on to the week's Winner and Loser, and a non-regulation Game Time that's the mother you never had and the sister everybody would want...or that's just about guest stars playing characters' relatives on TV. Saddle up your sturdiest steed and join us! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

102 MINOCT 23
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273: Getting On Our High Horse To Talk About HBO's Catherine The Great

272: Flooring It With El Camino

EWe're so glad our esteemed colleague and Breaking Bad 101 author Alan Sepinwall could join us to talk about El Camino, the Breaking Bad sequel on Netflix that starts just minutes after the finale ended. Did we think it was necessary and/or satisfying? Were the fan-service elements welcome, or distracting? And which other characters should get their own post-BB films? Later, we went Around The Dial with Dynasty, Riverdale's Luke Perry tribute episode, Lodge 49, Private Lives Of The Windsors, and an objection from Dave to breathy cover-song TV themes (and the ending of Press, kind of), before Alan warmed up a second-season Leftovers episode as his Canon submission. Holey Moley won, a FOX affiliate (and racist sports teams) lost, and we sprang into action (verbs) for Game Time with the season hanging in the balance. An all-new Extra Hot Great: that's church, yo. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

83 MINOCT 16
Comments
272: Flooring It With El Camino

271: Stopping The Presses For Press On Masterpiece

EPBS's Masterpiece has premiered the British miniseries Press, a tale of warring London newspapers, and we've brought a former newspaper reporter, Daniel MacEachern, back to the podcast to talk about it! Around The Dial clicks through Evil, Big Mouth, and Cash Cab, before we each pitch our own Fosse/Verdon-style limited series based on a real person's life (and possibly a specific biography). Danny presents The Grinder's "Grinder v. Grinder" for induction into the Canon. Then we're on to naming the week's Winner and Loser, and finishing up with a Game Time that might sound a little familiar. Put down any newspaper you might be reading and listen to us instead! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

104 MINOCT 9
Comments
271: Stopping The Presses For Press On Masterpiece

270: The Survivor Stumptown Sunnyside Shot Clock

EWe couldn't decide which headline show to cover for EHG 270, so we set our shot clocks to eight minutes each for three: Survivor's 39th (!) season, with an idolatrous twist; new sitcom Sunnyside, starring Kal Penn as a disgraced city councilman; and semi-charming, SUPER-piloty PI/PTSD drama Stumptown. Will any of us keep watching any of these? Can we, when a couple of them already pulled basement-ish ratings? Later, we went Around The Dial with Bissinger doc Buzz, Perfect Harmony, The Challenge, and Below Deck Med before Kim brought us back to Survivor and fans vs. favorites with her Canon presentation. Moriarty's a winner, Ray Lewis is a loser, and we explored not-that-secret identities in Game Time. Behold the giant wooden busts of your panel: it's an all-new Extra Hot Great. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

78 MINOCT 2
Comments
270: The Survivor Stumptown Sunnyside Shot Clock

269: Polishing The Silver For Downton Abbey: The Movie

EDownton Abbey has been adapted from television series to feature film, and professional movie analysts Joe Reid and Chris Feil of the This Had Oscar Buzz podcast are joining us to talk about it! Around The Dial clicks through a trio of CBS sitcom pilots, Unbelievable, 30 For 30's "Rodman: For Better Or Worse," and Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance. Sarah and Tara take a look at Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail's just-announced Battlestar Galactica reboot​ and ask: Will Dave Hate This? We take on Mary's Muppetational Extra Credit question. Chris and Joe make the case for Project Runway S02.E09, "Flower Power," to be inducted into the Canon. Then, after talking Emmy Winners and Losers, it's on to a Game Time that tests our knowledge of our Boomer relatives' favourite shows. Grab your favourite footman and join us! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

130 MINSEP 25
Comments
269: Polishing The Silver For Downton Abbey: The Movie

268: The Ups And Downs Of Coming Undone

EReviewers love Undone, Amazon's half-hour rotoscoped drama about time travel and mental illness -- did the panel agree? Should the show be animated, or live-action? Does it need a second season? And is this the San Antonio Kevin recognizes from his youth? We went around the dial with prestige fare like Married At First Sight, Are You The One?, and The Challenge, then Brady Renovation-ed other legendary TV exteriors for an Extra Credit before Tara shared a Tiny Triumph. Then Kevin put a legendary reality-show dinner party from the first season of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills up for the Canon. Norman Lear was a winner, Shane Gillis was a loser (and SNL got a conspiracy theory...and another one), and we tried not to count ourselves out of a very numerical Game Time. Reading (minds) is fundamental on an all-new Extra Hot Great. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

120 MINSEP 18
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268: The Ups And Downs Of Coming Undone
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