July 30th, 2020 | 1 hr 3 mins
annie murphy, better call saul, catherine o’hara, channel 4, competition shows, crafting, daisy edgar-jones, dan levy, emmy awards, emmy nominations, emmy nominees, emmy snubs, emmys, emmys 2020, eugene levy, great pottery throw down, great pottery throwdown, hatewatch with us, hbo, hbo max, helena bonham carter, john oliver, josh o’connor, keith brier jones, kieran culkan, last week tonight, making it, matthew macfadyen, nicholas braun, normal people, olivia coleman, outlander, paul mescal, pottery, reality competition series, reality shows, reality tv, rhea seehorn, schitt’s creek, snubs, succession, the crown, the dog house, the dog house uk, the great british bakeoff, the great pottery throw down, the great pottery throwdown, the little mermaid live, though bubble audio, tobias menzies, tv, tv reviews
Today we're going to sit down at the wheel and throw an episode for y'all about some British reality tv coming to an HBO Max near you. But first - the Emmy nominations were released and we have thoughts (shocker). Basically if Schitt's Creek doesn't sweep we're quitting. So after our designated time for gripes and gloats, we're on to The Dog House (UK?), a show that's a real mixed bag featuring puppies and poor decision making. While we aren't sure The Dog House is for us, the show that decidedly IS for us is The Great Pottery Throwdown (or as we so confidently call it, The Great British Throwdown - at some point all show names are the same). We learn about ceramics, we learn about how horny pottery can be, there's history lessons... and we won't spill the beans here but it's possible we may even have a new addition to the Dad Canon. Tune in to find out!
April 24th, 2019 | 1 hr 4 mins
a christmas prince, catastrophe, character development, deadwood, downton abby, everwood, family dynamics, friday night lights, game of thrones, hatewatch, hatewatch with us, hbo, john oliver, last week tonight with john oliver, media, media criticism, narrative, netflix, outlander, podcast, schitts creek, sparticus, starz, streaming, strong sexual content, television, the americans, the crown, themes, thought bubble, thought bubble audio, tv, veep, violence
As a member of society, you may or may not be subject to this dark time in television, as Game of Thrones is back on television and winter is here. We are dutifully recapping Game of Thrones over at our other podcast, Our Watch Has Ended, but in the interest of Alternative Content, we are here today to recommend content that scratches Game of Thrones' various itches. We cover themes such as Strong Sexual Content, Violence, House/Palace Intrigue, Unlikable Characters, and more! Find out which show we labled as the Hatewatch Superbowl, see how we justify talking about our faves for the millionth time in a new context, listen to Kirstie and Kelsey congratulate each other repeatedly for accomplishing the goal of episode format, and revel in the moment when Kirstie has to tell Kelsey she was right. From Westeros to Aldovia, there's some beef stew for everyone in this episode y'all.