Another movie that became a TV Show. This time the horror series from Blumhouse has become a TV Limited event series (that will probably get 406 seasons). How do our opinions compare when Chris has never seen the movies and Steve has only seen the first.
How much "Horror" can you do on basic cable, is there enough to draw us in to watch more?
Also how would the Purge episode of The Office work out? Find out in Crossovers, this week on the Episode One Podcast
This week Steve and Chris take a special look at The First. a new show from Hulu that we got to see early! Posting the same day as the show's release we dive into everything including the big spoiler.
Also a very unique take on 30 second pitches, and as always, crossovers!
This week the episode one podcast has something special. shout out to Hulu for sending us screeners for the entire season of Castle Rock. We bring you a quick recap of the entire season one of Castle Rock, a few days before the Season finale ends.
We avoid Spoilers for episode 10, but pretty much spoil everything else that's aired.
Did the show live up to our unfair judging from just the first episode? Will we do Castle Rock Season 2 Episode 1? Does this new format work?
Join us on this adventure and find out!
On this episode of Kidding Steve... no wait, that was another podcast.
This week we get an advance look at a new showtime show and Jim Carrey's first episodic series since In Living Color. Directed by Michael Gondry, Airing on showtime, there is a lot to dive into.
Kidding Premiere son Showtime Sunday September 9th, come and decide if you're interested in the show with us. And as always, random tangents about Batman, 30 second pitches (featuring Elon Musk's robot Daughter) and Crossovers!
Fresh off their annual Fantasy Football draft, Chris and Steve take a look at the highly anticipated Amazon Prime Original Series: Jack Ryan
We talk a bit about the history of the character, the history of Tom Clancy in the Media, but we spend most of the episode discussing of how Jack Ryan fits into the canon of The Office (Believe us, it works)
And crossovers (besides the office) and 30 second pitches!