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 70: It Doesn't Take Rachel McAdams Getting Hit By A Bus For People To Realize They Like Each Other

Todd and Libby invite some guests over because apparently that's the only way they can ever record podcasts anymore. Joining them this week are Alyssa Rosenberg of Think Progress and the Atlantic and Myles McNutt of Cultural Learnings and The A.V. Club. Included in the discussion are the surprise shows of the summer, whether Aaron Sorkin has made the Obama presidency seem more disappointing, just what's up with Unforgettable, and the unrelenting racist overtones of True Blood. Enjoy!

Direct download: ep70a.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:55pm PDT

TV on the Internet, Episode 69: Divorce, TVOTI Style

After Todd spent three weeks at Comic-Con and TCA press tour, Todd and Libby are finally together again and recording podcasts. Included this week, discussion of ABC Family's new show The Lying Game, plus cable's three new fall drama pilots, Hell On Wheels, American Horror Story, and Homeland. It's all capped off with discussion of the strange identity of Caspar Babypants, a look into Libby's side-gig, and a very uncomfortable segment about knife-fighting and celebrity crushes.

Direct download: ep69.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:27am PDT