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 40: Emmys by the Truckload

It's awards season again, and that means that Todd and Libby are joined by Erik Dean Anderson of Awards Daily and Media Elites and Big Ted of Culturish and For Your Speculation to talk about what's coming up at the Emmys. Despair as they learn of the fate of Party Down! Thrill to the outside shot of a Joel McHale nomination! Shrug when you contemplate that Jon Cryer will probably just win again! It's an emotional roller coaster this week, folks.

Direct download: ep40.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:03am PST

TV on the Internet, Episode 39: A Largely Ordinary Family

Todd and Libby look forward to a long summer of nothing being on with a preview of ABC's new No Ordinary Family, a discussion of some finales they didn't get to earlier, some talk about the third season of Breaking Bad, and lots of "love" for the return of True Blood.

Direct download: ep39a.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:54am PST

TV on the Internet, Episode 38: The top ten shows of the 2009-10 season

Todd and Libby thought long and hard, and they each came up with their top ten shows for the last TV season. Now, they're going to argue about them! Settle in for an hour and a half of one marriage being put to the test over such trivial things as where Libby ranked Breaking Bad.

Direct download: ep38.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:20pm PST