Valerie, Camille and Tatiana go through recent filming news (1:00), such as Indiana Jones 5, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and DCEU's The Flash - as well as discussing Batman's romantic proclivities according to DC executives.
Then we move onto reviews (12:00) of Cruella, In The Heights, followed by a musical interlude (52:00) with the sounds of Saint Motel.
We next describe Disneyland's Avengers Campus (56:00) before venturing into a rundown of Disney+'s Loki (1:02:00) and the Eternals trailer (1:28:00).
Finally, we dissect the latest season of Lucifer (1:32:00) and Mare of Easttown (1:40:00).
Valerie, Tatiana and Camille start off with an Oscars pre-game even though this is coming out after the event (1:00). Then we move to reviews of the Aretha Franklin story in Nat Geo's Genius series (5:50), and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (17:30). There's a break time that leads to other Marvel things such as Alfred Molina spoiling Spider-Man 3 and the Shang-Chi teaser (41:00). Back in the movie business, we talk Godzilla Vs. Kong (50:00), The Irregulars (1:01:00), and Shadow & Bone (1:15:45).
Valerie, Tatiana, Angela and Camille discuss What we've watched in quarantine (1:15), including: Thai drama Manner of Death, Korean dramas Penthouse and Uncanny Counter, and award-winning movies old and new, like Lawrence of Arabia and Promising Young Woman.
Then it's all about in-depth reviews, starting with thoughts on the Zack Snyder's Justice League (12:00), Space Sweepers (30:15) Amazon's Staged (36:00), Raya and the Last Dragon (47:00) and WandaVision (1:01:30).
To end with another sprinkle of the MCU, we speculate what Falcon and the Winter Soldier (1:27:00) has in store.
Tatiana, Angela and Camille gather once more for another week of Asian Drama corner.
We begin with Chinese dramas, including Legend of Fei, Go Ahead and Go Go Squid 2: Appledog's Time (1:00).
Then we tackle Filipino dramas and movies, including The Boy Foretold By The Stars, Fangirl, Hello Stranger, and Pearl Next Door (22:00).
We make a pit stop in Japan for Cherry Magic (1:09:00) before visiting Korean dramas. including To My Star, True Beauty, Run On, Mr Queen, Lovestruck In The City and A Love So Beautiful (1:11:00).
This week, Valerie, Tatiana, Camille and Richard talking lots of period dramadies. But first, we go over the news that Peaky Blinders is ending with Season 6 (0:45) and review how Batwoman's S2 premiere may change the Arrowverse (3:00).
Then it's review time, starting with The Mandalorian finale (11:30), followed by Wonder Woman 1984 and the greater DCEU (31:20). Next up is Bridgerton Season 1 (56:00) and the current state of Doctor Who(1:18:50).
Finally, we end as we should with our break down of WandaVision's first few episodes and what they mean for the MCU (1:34:15).
Valerie, Richard, Tatiana and Camille gathered to discuss all the news received at Disney Investor Day.
Starting with Disney and Pixar animation (0.20), which included Moana, Tiana, Iwaju and Encanto.
Then moving into live-action throwbacks (12:00), such as Mighty Ducks, whatever is going on with Gaston and Lefou, and Sister Act 3.
Next up was Star Wars (25:00), or rather The Mandalorian and its 300 spin-offs, like Ahsoka, Rangers of the Republic, and The Acolyte.
Finally, the bulk of the podcast eas Marvel (1:08:00), including WandaVision, Loki. Falcon and Winter Soldier and Ms. Marvel.
We then debated our favorites of the week before signing off (2:00:00).
Valerie, Tatiana, Angela and Camille join forces to expression confusion over the Chaos Walking trailer (0:30), as well as the continued existence of the Fantastic Beasts franchise (4:40) - though no one's mad the movies are upgrading to Mads Mikkelsen. Final point of confusion: Wonder Woman coming to HBO Max & theaters near you nearly simultaneously (13:40).
Then it's review central: the underwhelming Supernatural season finale and the show's mistreatment of Castiel (23:00), The Mandalorian Season 2 thus far (55:50), The Crown Season 4 (1:04:00) as a whole, and finally the first few episodes of His Dark Materials Season 2 (1:28:00).
Angela and Tatiana engage in another very special Asian Drama Corner, starting with Lee Min Ho's star turn in Pachinko just as one of us finishes up The King: Eternal Monarch (1:00).After that, it's GL drama central - or more accurately, an exploration of dramas that incorporate WLW storylines (8:00). The new Filipino series Pearl Next Door actually has a bisexual female lead, the thai drama Friendzone 2 has a lesbian couple in the mix, the Indian webseries Firsts tells the story of two women in its latest season, and the upcoming Chinese drama The Unknown: Legend of Exorcist Zhong Kui will have a "censored" romance between two ladies as well.
Finally, it's the round-up of kdramas we have watched recently (26:30): King 2 Hearts, Lie After Lie, Alice, Stranger 2, When I Was The Prettiest, Zombie Detective, 18 Again, Start Up, and Mr. Heart.
Tatiana, Angela and Camille took a short break from Western media to dive into some some Asian dramas. What we were watching then includes:
Unfamiliar Family (0:30), Alice (5:10), Record of Youth (12:30), and Do You Like Brahms? (16:45) over in the world of Kdramas.
Then, Chinese dramas get a little love as Angela recounts her journey through The Untamed (19:00), and finally Camille hypes a lesser-known Filipino BL called Sakristan (25:00).
Valerie, Camille and Tatiana catch up on everything going on in the middle of the mess that is today. From Jared Leto being added to Batman vs. Superman, AKA what is longer the Snyder Cut (1:00), we jump to the photos for the upcoming Suicide Squad from James Gunn (5:00). We say farewell to the last of the old Marvel Television with Helstrom and MODOK and hello to Marvel Studios Television with WandaVision and The Falcon & The Winter Soldier (8:30).
The state of our entertainment union provides humor as we root for Aaron Tveit to win the Best Actor Tony, considering he's the only one nominated (17:00), as well as upcoming movie musicals like The Prom (22:00).
Dominic West brings controversy to the last season of The Crown and embarrassing Lily James (24:00), and we bring excitement to The Mandalorian's next season (30:00). This leads to Disney+ in general (34:00) with Soul being moved and Raya and the Last Dragon being in theatrical limbo despite a gorgeous trailer.
Finally, it's time to review streaming things, including: The Boys Season 2 (41:00), The Queen's Gambit (47:00), The Trial of the Chicago Seven (52:00), Borat 2 (1:04:00), The Haunting of Bly Manor (1:11:00), and finally Lovecraft Country (1:23:00).