The Water Cooler Gang tackles the Critics Choice nominations in the television categories. Plus, we review the first post-Avengers television series WandaVision.
Megan and Joey look at two new network sitcoms that dropped this week: FOX's Call Me Kat and NBC's Mr. Mayor. Plus, HBOMax's Sex and the City reboot brings some discussion.
We're kicking off 2021 with a look at the television we're most excited for in the next few months. Plus, if the Emmys don't adjust their schedule, what are the frontrunners at the halfway mark?
Joey, Megan, and Clarence each reveal their top shows of 2020. We close our podcast, as always, with the Flash Forward to the media we’re most anticipating in the upcoming week. Thanks for listening and thank you, in advance, for ...
Joey, Megan and Clarence gather 'round the Water Cooler to exchange virtual Christmas gifts. Plus, we each reveal our pick for the show you must watch before 2020 ends.
This week, Joey and Clarence look at the recent announcements by Warner Bros and Disney for their future streaming experiences and ponder the future of film itself.
Jordan joins Megan and Joey to dish the Saved by the Bell reimagining, Murder on Middle Beach, and some Dolly Parton Christmas joy.
This week, the Water Cooler Gang revisits the twists and turns and circle jerks of HBO's The Undoing finale. Plus, we dive into David E. Kelley's other fall project, ABC's Big Sky.
This week, the Water Cooler Gang pulls up around the chessboard, pops a bottle of tranquilizers, and envisions awards placement for Netflix's The Queen's Gambit.
This week, the Water Cooler Gang goes back to school for Hannah Fidell's A Teacher, now streaming on FX on Hulu. Does the limited series get a passing grade?