After just a couple of episodes, we fell in love with Pop's Schitt's Creek. Now, we say good-bye to one of our all-time favorite shows.
Hear from creator and star Dan Levy and the rest of the cast about saying so-long to the show that created a world we wish we could live in.
More of our listeners are relying on their favorite old TV shows and films during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Also, we review (Mild spoiler) the new Netflix show, "I'm Not Okay With This" and why it will make you think of Stephen King classics.
Small local theaters are struggling while being shut down because of the COVID-19 crisis. In this episode, we chat with Adam Roberts, co-owner of Screenland Armour in North Kansas City.
They recently started a new way to support Screenland online. We also discuss how entertainment and cinema could change after the pandemic.
Also, will comedies make a comeback once moviegoers return to theaters?
In this episode, we discover Apple won't let film villains anywhere near an iPhone. Also, Disney is bringing diversity to the Marvel Universe and its animated movies. We discover a new Con hiding in plain sight in Kansas City.
Plus, Schitt's Creek's Annie Murphy lines up her post-Alexis role.
And, Kitty reviews Harrison Ford's "Call of the Wild."
Foreign films sometimes can scare away the superhero loving moviegoer, but in this episode, we go over the reasons why Parasite will be sure to please any crowd.
Also, we're discussing the Netflix original series, Sex Education. Season 1 and 2 are available to binge if you are like Kitty or take your time like Mick. We try to avoid spoilers, but we will dive into what makes this series worth adding to your watch list. Hint, it doesn't have to do with sex.
The GLAAD Media Award Nominations are out and we go over what shows have the best LGBTQ representation. Are you watching any of these shows?
Plus, the Grammys are really starting to "represent." And why this year's Super Bowl will be a real Drag.
The force was back in the final film in the "Skywalker" Saga, but was it enough to give fans a satisfying conclusion? We discuss the fun and the failures in Star Wars Episode 9 - The Rise of Skywalker. Hear from JJ Abrams, Daisy Ridley, and Adam Driver.
Interview: Adam Driver talking about knowing Kylo Ren's arc since the beginning.