It is that time again folks! The end of the year is upon us and that means it is time to look back on the highs, lows and WTFs in television from the past 12 months. There is a lot to reflect on in regard to television 2011. Charlie Sheen went crazy. Well, crazier. Comedy … Continue reading TV Surveillance’s Best of 2011: TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 22 — The Top TV Stories of the Year (The Year of the PR Nightmare)
Test Pilot #29: Lucky Louie Debut date: June 11, 2006 Series legacy: Louis C.K.’s first major foray into television, and one that should be forgotten For nearly a decade-and-a-half, HBO has been the biggest power player in the television industry. More than any other individual network or entity, HBO has shaped our perceptions of quality … Continue reading Test Pilot: File #29, Lucky Louie
In the new episode of the podcast, I'm joined by The A.V. Club's Zack Handlen for a discussion about the "mehs" of House season eight and the highs and lows of The Walking Dead season two. You can pre-order Zack's new book on Amazon and also don't forget to subscribe to the pod on iTunes.
In this episode of podcast, I'm joined by Louis Peitzman to lament the failures of the porous sixth season of Dexter. Remember, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, if you're into that kind of thing.
In this episode of the TV Surveillance Podcast, I'm joined by Wesley Ambrecht for an expansive, massive, two-part, four-hour podcast covering the successes, failures, schedules and developments of all five of the broadcast networks. Because this conversation went so long, we split it into two parts, both of which cross or come close to crossing … Continue reading TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 18, Parts 1 and 2 — Broadcast Network Analysis Extravaganza!
In the first podcast in what seems like forever, I'm joined by Andrew Seroff of Miso in a wide-ranging discussion of all-things Social TV, the future of audience engagement and the timetable we're looking at for the industry to respond. Just a reminder, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes if you'd like. While … Continue reading TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 17 — The Future of Social TV
In the latest episode of the TV Surveillance podcast, I am joined by friends and former guests Tim Bavlnka and Chris Ryan for a wide-ranging discussion of all things Fringe season four and Supernatural season seven. As always, I'll remind you that you can subscribe to the TVS podcast through iTunes, if you'd like. Please take a moment to … Continue reading TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 16 — Welcome to the Seventh Annual Winchester Brother Angst-Off!
In this episode of the TV Surveillance Podcast, host Cory Barker is joined by his good friend Adam Lukach for a discussion about Hell on Wheels, a recent piece Cory wrote on AMC and a short chat about Showtime's Homeland. Don't forget, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, if you'd like.
In this episode of the podcast, my buddy Noel Kirkpatrick from Monsters of Television joins me for a lengthy discussion of the opening four episodes of Community and The Good Wife's respective third seasons. Remember, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, if you'd like.
In this episode of the podcast, I'm joined by fellow BGSU Pop Culture MA student Myc Wiatrowski for a much delayed, but still very worthy discussion of all things Doctor Who, including the convoluted sixth season, the finale and why I prefer standalone episodes to whatever the hell Steven Moffat is trying to pull off … Continue reading TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 11 — Steven Moffat, You Ignorant Slut
In the seventh episode of the TV Surveillance Podcast, Chris Ryan joins host Cory Barker for a lovely, friendly discussion about the pilot episode of American Horror Story. Remember, you can subscribe to the TVS Podcast on iTunes by following this link!
In the sixth episode of the TV Surveillance Podcast, Tim Bavlnka joins host Cory Barker for a discussion of the very young seasons of Supernatural and Fringe. The two talk about why season seven of Supernatural is on the path to success and why season four of Fringe feels a lot like the exact opposite of that. Also: You can now subscribe to the … Continue reading TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 6 — Lincoln Lee’s Glasses are Ridiculous