TV on the Internet
TV critic Todd VanDerWerff and TV watcher Libby Hill take on the week in television, classic TV and some of the biggest debates in TV past and present.
TV on the Internet, Episode 13: Some Unpopular Opinions for You Myles McNutt of Cultural Learnings and Carrie Raisler of Zap2It.com join us to mock Todd's secret, shameful love for The Secret Life of the American Teenager, though they both must admit to their deepest shames as well. Also, Libby talks about Burn Notice and everyone disagrees with her. Plus, thoughts on Virtuality, Michael Jackson and Wonderfalls.
Direct download: ep13.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:18am PDT

TV on the Internet, Episode 12: Why does cable news suck so much? This week: Todd and Libby try to suss out why America wasn't as excited by Pushing Daisies as they were, then attempt to build a better cable news network and mostly fail. Also, discussion of Scrubs, a long perhaps amusing Jon & Kate Plus Eight riff and an argument about Burn Notice.
Direct download: ep12.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:21am PDT

TV on the Internet, Episode 11: The Top Ten Dramatic Performances of the Decade (Male and Female) Wait, what? We still exist? We're back with a response to the Variety critics poll that named the best dramatic performances of the decade, as we count down our top ten male and female dramatic performances of the Aughts. Also, some news and stuff, and Libby gets drunker and drunker as we go along.
Direct download: ep11.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:23am PDT