Converting Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods” from novel to TV show is no easy feat. With complex symbolism and a massive cast including Ian McShane and Crispin Glover, things will get hairy. That’s why the American Gods podcast is here! Following on the heels of their hit “Westworld” podcast, the Shat on TV team works with the audience to explain old gods and new through interactive episodes and well-researched insights.
Every “Game of Thrones” Season 7 episode researched, explained and expanded upon in an hour or less: That’s what we do. On The Throne isn’t a recap show, It’s a community-fueled rocketship of key information that worships the “Game of Thrones” fan. Discover each episode’s overarching themes, unlock the mysteries of Westeros and join thousands of listeners who’ve followed us from our hit “Westworld” and “Taboo” podcasts.
When you think of the ’80s, a few images come to mind: shoulder pads, big hair, and all-cheesy-everything. However, the decade had more to contribute to pop culture than being known as the New Jersey of the 20th century. It was also an era for incredible classic movies, ones that shifted the film industry as we know it. From John Hughes’ The Breakfast Club to Steven Spielberg’s E.T., the movies of the 1980’s not only shaped its generation, but inspired subsequent generations in every way imaginable.
The following decade of films were equally memorable, Is it really possible to pick a single best movie of the 1990’s? This is the decade that gave us Goodfellas in 1990, Fight Club in 1999 and countless masterpieces in between. It was a decade when Quentin Tarantino went from video store clerk to the hottest director in town. At least a few of the films we revisit are guaranteed to be close to your heart and ours. So we invite you to find a comfortable spot on the sofa, and join us for a journey through our vast VHS collections.
Can’t get enough “Taboo” on FX? Dive deeper into the mysteries of
Tom Hardy’s thrilling TV series with weekly Instacasts and follow-up analysis of each episode. Following on the heels of their hit “Westworld” podcast, the Shat on TV team works with the audience to explain every twist and turn through interactive episodes and well-researched insights.
Howdy, …. If you’re like most people, I know you’re asking… Why can’t the hosts kill humans? What’s the deal with milk and flies? Is that Soundgarden in the background? Is Anthony Hopkins a robot? What the hell is going on in HBO’s blockbuster series?
You’ve got questions, and these guys got answers. Hosts Roger Roper and Dick Ebert saddle up with their new sidekick, Gene Lions, to explore the vast frontiers in search of justice and the ultimate truth behind Delos Destinations’ corporate motives. Westworld! Where the saloon girls are all 10’s and the rye whiskey is best served warm.