The show we've been waiting for since episode 3! Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is back again! An adaption of his new take on Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is the perfect show to watch this Thanksgiving break (or after)
How does a 8 issue run on the comics translate into a 10 episode series? What is still familiar from the Sabrina we know from the Melissa Joan Hart Version? How does Kiernan Shipka do all grown up?
Also, what is left for us to crossover when it comes to comic book tv shows? Oh don't worry, we've got some doozies!!!
This week Steve and Chris are back to talk about another new Hulu show. The Bisexual! A unique new show, brought to you by the creator of the miseducation of Cameron Post. written by, created by and starring Desiree Akhavan. It's a british show premiering on Hulu in the US and Channel 4 in the UK.
Steve and Chris discuss if the show works for American audiences, and if it's appealing to individual who aren't LBGTQ.
We also talk about a few other british shows we've enjoyed, and do some crossovers!
Since we did Roseanne last year, we had to come back and do the Conners.
Was the show worth the controversy? Is it better for it, worse? What did they do right in addressing it? Does the show work without Roseanne? A lot of deep questions.
Plus our first crossover with a show that doesn't exist! And 30 second pitches!
It's that time of year. The new fall season is in full bloom. In pursuit of our eventual goal of watching every new fall show one of these years Chris and Steve split up and hit it hard.
In this episode we discuss (in order)
I Feel Bad (NBC)
The Cool Kids (FOX)
God Friended Me (CBS)
Happy Together (ABC)
The Kids Are Alright (ABC)
Single Parents (ABC)
The Rookie (ABC)
A Million Little Things (ABC)
Chris also issues a challenge to Steve to watch a reality show, while Steve Challenges Chris to a Twin Peaks Watching Challenge
We also take a quick look back at last year's fall premieres from the 22nd episode spectacular, and a few more from the 33rd!
Thanks for sticking with us for 66 episodes, here's to 66 more!