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.

Many of the best new shows of the year are struggling in the ratings. What does it all mean? Libby and Todd are joined by Jaime Weinman of McLeans and Myles McNutt of Cultural Learnings and The A.V. Club to ponder this fact. In addition, they talk about some big season premieres and join up with The A.V. Club's Steve Heisler to talk independent TV. It's a barn-burner!

Direct download: ep47.mp3
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It took overcoming laryngitis and Internet lag, but Todd and Libby come at you from separate coasts this week to talk about some of the shows returning this week, including their thoughts on the season premieres of Boardwalk Empire, Chuck, Glee, Cougar Town, Fringe, The Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, Hawaii Five-0, The Event, and Community.

Direct download: ep46.mp3
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Todd and Libby are back with a new format, in the hopes that they can get this thing under an hour most weeks and have it up more regularly. And this one's only an hour and 12 minutes! So ... that's close, right?! Anyway, they've got some fall preview stuff for you, thoughts on Friends, thoughts on Hellcats and Nikita, and thoughts on this week's amazing Mad Men.

Direct download: ep45.mp3
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On this week's TV on the Internet, Todd shares his insane theories about the final few episodes of Entourage, Todd and Libby discuss Terriers and The Shield, and everybody involved isn't sure what to make of two new Fox comedies. Meanwhile, Erik and Ted come back to talk Emmys. Won't you listen?

Direct download: ep44.mp3
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