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Mike Moody
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Hello all,
We're launching a MR. ROBOT centric podcast and we're looking for guests to discuss the show.

Each episode would be an in-depth look at each episode of the show's first season. Then when season 2 debuts on USA network, which will be sometime this June, we'll do the same for the new season weekly.

Our show will be a lot like Kumail Nanjiani's "X-Files Files" podcast (http://www.feralaudio.com/show/x-files-files/). And while we're podcasting season one of MR. ROBOT, which already aired and is available on DVD, Blu-ray and iTunes, we won't reveal plot spoilers for future episodes, just in case listeners haven't caught up yet.

I am launching this podcast as the second podcast from TVEyePodcast.com. My co-host Nate and I have done more than 30 episodes of the TV Eye podcast (which you can get a feel for here:(http://www.tveyepodcast.com/ ) and we think MR. ROBOT is the perfect show to launch a more focused TV podcast around.

Because of his schedule, Nate will only be able to co-host about 4 or 5 episodes this year, and we plan to produce at least 20+ episodes. If you'd like to be a guest, you will act as co-host with me for that episode of the podcast, and we will discuss a specific episode of MR. ROBOT, including episode plotlines, themes, character arcs, etc.

I suppose you could call it a fan podcast, but we'd like to think of it more as a fun critical podcast, since we'll be diving deep into the show's themes of isolation, web culture, economic disparity, corporate politics and more.

We plan to begin recording in mid March. Thanks for reading, and please respond here or send an email if interested. Thanks!
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Netflix dropped the first season of Marvel’s Jessica Jones this weekend. We gathered ’round the mics with special guest Jeannie to discuss the first five episodes of the series, starring Krysten Ritter and David Tenant.

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The CW’s iZombie isn’t a great show, but we can’t seem to get enough of its fun mix of dark humor and pulpy horror. The show is right in the middle of its sophomore season, so we thought now would be a good time to check in and see whether it’s living up to the potential of its promising first season.

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In a sequel of sorts to our Comedies by Comedians episode, this week we review two new shows by two great comedians. First, we discuss Tig Notaro’s Amazon pilot One Mississippi. We then review the first two episodes of Aziz Ansari’s new Netflix series Master of None.

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Hold on to your earbuds, baby! We’re jumpin’ into the bloody, slap-happy world of Ash vs Evil Dead!

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It’s part two of our Superhero TV discussion. This episode is all about the Marvel TV universe, including Agents of SHIELD, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage and more.

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We return to our roots with another episode about superhero TV. In this episode, we discuss TV series based on DC comics, including the premiere of CBS’s Supergirl along with The Flash and Arrow on The CW, and the wonderful train wreck that is Fox’s Gotham. 

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In this episode of TV Eye, we discuss some of the best horror tinged shows on the tube, like The Walking Dead and iZombie, as well as some of the middling ones, like American Horror Story: Hotel, and the ones that seem to have an unnaturally long lifespan, like Supernatural.
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