10/13 is a special date for fans of The X-Files. For those not in the know, its the birthday of creator Chris Carter, and the name of his production company (“I made this!”).
On this special day, Alaia is joined by two of her best X-Files loving friends, Faiza and Justin, to discuss Season 10 – with a twist. The series order was rearranged before the episodes aired. Before recording, the trio watched in the originally intended order.
You’ll learn how these three friends found the show and get insights into what impact watching S10 in the original order had (hint, its better).
18 to 49 is back – and so is the new season of television. Peak TV shows no signs of being over and Karly from Core Temp Arts and TV Ate My Brain joins Alaia to discuss new and returning shows on your favorite broadcast, cable, and streaming networks.
In light of recent events around the country, the trio also discusses the Black Lives Matter movement (35:52), how it is (and isn’t) portrayed on TV, and Mo and Rod share how they think it could be handled.
We’re baaaack! We took a hiatus because…life! But we tell you why and what’s coming up. We even manage to get some TV talk in. This week: Underground, Game of Thrones, The Americans, Better Call Saul, The People vs. OJ Simpson, House of Cards, Girls and more.
This week was filled with tales of Americans and Crime and their Stories. On deck this week are reviews of American Crime and American Crime Story. Beyonce also got us all in #Formation and Brandi was present and ready for all the wonder.
The ladies agree that at this point in their lives they no longer have time to endure subpar status quo programming. While quality programming is hard to find these days, the ladies manage to squeeze out some solid recommendations. American Crime, Married at First Sight, The X-Files, Lucifer, and Younger get the nod of approval this week. They also tip their hats and give a high five to the SAG Awards.
X-Files, X-Files and more X-Files! Not really, but Alaia DID attend a marathon event and gives her recap. We also discuss TBS’ new comedy Angie Tribeca, Donald Trump’s little dancers, documentary Brother Outsider and the state of the Academy Awards (aka the Oscars).
We take a moment to honor the lives of David Bowie and DJ Zin. Thanks to Alaia, we learned that the Golden Globes and People’s Choice awards were both lackluster. Channing Tatum showed us that he runs the world while Jenna Dewan-Tatum hops on her pony on Lip Sync Battle. Alaia finished up Making a Murderer last week so you know the ladies had to dive in to discuss their thoughts.