This episode we have returning special guest James Walker, who joined us for Future Man on Now TV/Syfy, a new science fiction comedy from Howard Overman of Misfits fame (amongst other things) starring Josh Hutcherson, Eliza Coupe and a whole bunch of recognisable faces.
This episode we’re watching Jack Ryan on Amazon Prime, the latest version of Tom Clancy’s CIA analyst character who has spawned many film adaptations. Here he is played by erstwhile Jim from The Office, John Krasinski.
This episode we have longtime podcast supporter and contributor Suky Khakh as our special guest and we’re all watching Bodyguard on BBC1, the brand new Sunday night political thriller from Jed Mercurio (Line of Duty) about a war veteran (Richard Madden) now working as a specialist protection officer for a Home Secretary he profoundly disagrees with (Keeley Hawes).
This episode we’re watching The Innocents on Netflix, the brand new science fiction mystery show about star-crossed young lovers and shape-shifting, created by Hania Elkington and Simon Duric (we don’t know who they are).
This episode we’re watching Disenchantment on Netflix, the brand new animated sitcom from Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons and Futurama, set in the world of fantasy and fairy tales.
Pilot Season Episode 10: Hang Ups
This episode we’re watching Hang Ups on Channel 4/All4, the brand new sitcom about a struggling therapist who sets up a business taking fast-paced therapy sessions over webcam starring Stephen Mangan, Katherine Parkinson and a whole host of famous faces.
This episode we’re watching High and Dry on All4, the sitcom about a group of survivors of a plane crash stranded on a desert island, one of whom may not want to leave. It was created by Marc Wootton and released earlier this summer on Channel 4.
Pilot Season Episode 8: GLOW
This episode we’re watching GLOW on Netflix, the show based on the world of professional female wrestling in the 1980’s, whose second season arrived in June.
This episode we’re watching Picnic at Hanging Rock on BBC Two, a new six-part adaptation of the famous 1967 Australian novel set in 1900, about four girls who mysteriously disappear from a school outing.
This episode we’re watching Sharp Objects on Sky Atlantic/Now TV, a brand new miniseries starring Amy Adams playing an emotionally troubled reporter who returns to her hometown in Missouri to cover the murder of two young girls.