Valerie, Angela and Tatiana discuss Disney taking over Hulu and what this means for our viewing habits (0:53), then discus what The Flash and Arrow finales mean for Crisis on Infinite Earths (12:00). We review Detective Pikachu (27:20)
and Tolkien (34:00), both films that were better than expected, while complaining about
Game of Thrones turning out much worse (43:00). Finally, we share an interview with Sian Clifford of Fleabag (1:24:00).
Valerie, Angela and Tatiana talk about Avengers: Endgame's record-breaking box office (0:40). Then we go over Hulu's upcoming Marvel series, Ghost Rider and Hellstrom, and latest Veronica Mars trailer, (10:45). We celebrate Peter Mayhew's life (29:20), and then bring back Kdrama Corner to talk Laughter in Waikiki 2, He Is Psychometric, Her Private Life, Persona, and Misty (32:15). Finally, we complain about the latest Game of Thrones episodes, "The Last of the Starks" (1:00:28).
Valerie and Tatiana head into the Game of Thrones portion of events with Bryan and Lisa from Geek Pop. A whole hour is spent on "The Long Night," starting with everyone's totally incorrect predictions for the episode (0:55). Then comes the actual review of the episode and the Game of Thrones season thus far (24:10), predictions for the rest of the series (35:00), and even some miscellaneous comparisons and hopes for the books (1:02:00).
Valerie, Tatiana, Bryan and Lisa from Geek Pop team up for a mega-length episode all about Avengers: Endgame. We go over our general feelings about the film and whether it's a fitting conclusion to this phase of Marvel's behemoth franchise, as well as touch on failed soul stone theories (11:00),
time travel questions (24:00), future film speculations (32:00), the ways Avengers: Endgame handled Tony's relationships (45:00), what we thought about the
post-credits auditory cue (52:00)
and how forever certain deaths are (1:00:00), as well as many other
miscellaneous thoughts (1:08:00).
Valerie, Angela and Tatiana talk about all the new content Disney+ will be offering, and how DC Universe is faring (1:00). There is also some Star Wars Episode IX: Rise of the Skywalker and Celebration updates (12:30) before we launch into a discussion about The Magicians finale (20:30). Then it's Kdrama Corner time with Romance is a Bonus Book and Her Private Life (33:00), followed by a round of Game of Thrones feelings (45:15). Finally, Valerie interviews the producers of David Tennant's latest dramedy, There She Goes(1:03:00).
Valerie, Angela and Tatiana talk about the nearly impossible task of getting opening day Avengers: Endgame tickets(0:30) before dissecting Rian Johnson's response about potential Star Wars Episode IX retcons(8:15). Then they discuss Netflix teaming up with Michael Schur and Sean Hayes to produce an animated LGBTQ series called Q-Force (17:15) as well as the upcoming live-action remakes of Cowboy Bebop and Akira (22:30). Next up is a recap of the goings on at Wondercon and Cinema Con (36:30), and the hour is rounded out by a short and sweet Shazam review (48:45).
Angela and Tatiana try and fail at holding down the fort while Valerie is away, discussing the Stranger Things Trailer and cut scene from Rocketman (0:5), then reviewing the Thai film I Fine..Thank You..Love You (11:00) and Jordan Peele's latest masterpiece, Us (16:30). Finally, we move on to Kdrama Corner (23:50) and talk Touch Your Heart, He Is Psychometric, 12 Signs of Love, Six Flying Dragons, and the influx of pseudo-scandals in the wake of the very real Burning Sun investigation.
Valerie, Angela and Tatiana have plenty of Marvel and Disney news to discuss, such as: Shang-Chi finding a director (1:30), the latest Avengers: Endgame trailer (11:40), and the first full Aladdin trailer (24:40). Then we move on to the rest of the news, including: The Flash getting a new showrunner (31:20), One Day At A Time getting unfairly cancelled (39:00), and the upsetting Burning Sun case in South Korea (45:50).
Valerie, Angela and Tatiana pay our respects to Luke Perry (0:40) and talk about his impact on Riverdale, Beverly Hills 90210, and pop culture at large. Then we move into DC news with Arrow ending (9:30) and Idris Elba taking over as Deadshot in The Suicide Squad (15:30). Next up is a plethora of trailers: Brightburn, Good Omens, and Game of Thrones (19:40). Angela recommends several fantasy novels by female authors in honor of International Women's Day: The Star-Touched Queen, Mask of Shadows, Kingdom of Sleep, That Inevitable Victorian Thing, Spinning Silver, etc. (41:20) while Tatiana and Valerie review Captain Marvel for the same reason (1:08:00).
Valerie, Angela and Tatiana discuss their favorite and least favorite Oscars wins, ranging from Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse to Green Book (1:00). Then they dissect the latest rumors to come out about the Arrowverse (24:30) as well as the controversy of sorts surrounding the latest iteration of Ghostbusters (38:30). Angela reviews the American comedy Isn't It Romantic and the Nigerian film Lionheart (47:00) and Valerie interviews the Shadowhunters EPs Todd Slavkin and Darren Swimmer (1:01:00).