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PODCAST | It’s our fall TV preview episode and we’ve got some great new and returning shows to discuss today including the heavily anticipated Watchmen and Mandalorian series. And we pay VERSUS with your favorite new or returning Pop Culture shows.
PLUS: There’s a new Game of Thrones prequel in the works and South Park has a warning for all critics.
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Segment 1: #Sire Bytes
‘Game of Thrones’: Second Prequel in the Works at HBO
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/game-thrones-second- prequel-works-at-hbo- 1239281
The pilot, which is near a deal with the premium cable network, would focus on House Targaryen.
Sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter that the premium cable network is near a deal for a pilot order for a prequel set 300 years before the events of the flagship series that tracks the beginnings and the end of House Targaryen. Ryan Condal (Colony) and Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin will pen the script for the drama, which is based on Martin’s book Fire & Blood.
As ‘South Park’ Gets Renewed Through 2022, Matt Stone and Trey Parker Also Have New Movie Ideas
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/as-south-park-gets-renewed- 2022-matt-stone-trey-parker-have-new-movie-ideas- 1238778
The duo is floating some “really f—ing killer ideas” (not ‘South Park’- related) for a new theatrical release.
Ever since South Park premiered in August 1997, the show has fielded complaints from concerned parents and advocacy groups who’ve occasionally asked Comedy Central to pull the cartoon from air. For decades, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have laughed and shrugged it off. (“People have been talking about cancelling us for 22 fucking years,” Parker says).
Now the naysayers will have some more time to complain as South Park has just been renewed by Comedy Central through 2022.
Segment 2: Fall TV Movie Preview
Our Take: It’s our fall TV preview episode and we’ve got some great new and returning shows to discuss today including the heavily anticipated Watchmen and Mandalorian series
That being said in this age of 24/7 streaming and mid season premieres i can’t help but think back to the good old days of…i dunno 5 years ago when you used to get the bulk of your new material all at once in September. The old cycle of September to May with sweeps weeks in November and February giving us a reliable clock of not only when to expect new shows, but really juicy plot lines to draw viewers in. X-Files used to always do their mythology episodes around those times. Buffy and her love triangles or Big Bads. It was cool, it was fun. It made for some great TV memories
Maybe I’m just being nostalgic. Which i guess is also pretty in these days.
VERSUS: Which shows are you looking forward to more
1. Spin-offs: Watchmen or Mandalorian?
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