We are back, and this week we are once again giving you an episode that has absolutely nothing to do with what we said last week. That’s the couch for you! On this special episode we dive into HBO’s The Sopranos. Join us as we hit season highlights, episodes we considered series defining, the controversial?, epic?, perfect? series finale, and more of Gab’s existential rants inspired by one of the best shows in television history. Stream the episode on Spotify below, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts.
Welcome back everyone to season 7 of the 17 Waverly Podcast! We’ve got an action packed episode in store this week as we introduce a new Podcast theme song and then discuss, in length, the first day of the HBO MAX streaming service including all of its new original content! We finish up with updates on the effects of Covid-19 and what movies/tv and much more!
As I binge watch The Sopranos there have been many episodes in the series that have made me dabble with the idea of writing some kind of review or article. For the most part my lazy bone has won and I decide to just enjoy the ride… Yeah, that all changed several hours ago when I arrived on Season 5 Episode 12, “Long Term Parking.” By the end of it there was no doubt in my mind that what I had just witnessed was likely one of the most iconic of the series, and probably one of the most iconic television reveals during the shows run. As I filled with all kinds of emotions one thing was clear- I had to write something. She was one of my favorite characters in the series! From the moment the FBI latched onto her I knew the possibility of her death was very real (I mean how can we ever forget what happened to Big P***Y). Yet it’s the delivery and sequence of events that make it haunting …
HBOMax is set to launch on May 27th! Along with a long list of Warner/HBO content from previous decades being added to the service there will of course be some original content at launch and more set to release in the coming months. Disney+ has served as a great example that despite how rich and thick your library of content is, the real hook for streaming lies in the original content. I won’t get into everything, but I wanted to highlight some of what we can expect. 1: Looney Tunes: The classic characters are back for streaming. We will be getting, at launch, eighty original eleven-minute episodes focused around the toons. That’s over FOURTEEN hours of new content. What can I say? I grew up going to bed watching this stuff. Of course I’m going to watch. 2: Elmo Talk Show: Alright…alright! Not for me but can certainly be something for younger audiences to watch as the new streaming service launches! 3: Love Life: The eight episode first season will be lead by Anna Kendrick. I …
Ah yes, just when you think we are gone for good, we come right back. Welcome back everyone, we are back on the couch after our millionth hiatus. We have a lot to discuss today starting with the finale of HBO’s Silicon Valley (0:05:30) and then we dive into our review of the ‘The Irishman’ on Netflix (0:17:30). We round out the episode discussing the latest episodes of ‘Watchmen’, ‘SEE’, ‘Servant’ and ‘The Mandalorian’. Come join us on for all that and much more sprinkled in.
Welcome back for the season 5 premier of the 17 Waverly Pod! We are here, we are ready to rock, and we are watching ‘Snakes On A Plane‘. Today we discuss the final ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi‘ trailer @ 0:07:40, the finale of HBO’s ‘Righteous Gemstones‘ @ 0:26:45, and then we discuss the first episode of HBO’s ‘WATCHMEN‘ @ 0:40:45. Come joins us on the couch for that and much more!
The squad is back on the couch and we’ve got another action packed episode for you. We all went and saw the movie ‘Hustlers’ so we review that @ 0:06:20 and then we go immediately into a review episode 1 of HBO’s ‘Righteous Gemstones’ @ 0:26:10. After our reviews, we get into discussing a SPOILER ‘Joker’ leak that we saw online @ 0:32:00, and the latest news in the streaming wars with the official announcement of NBC’s ‘Peacock’ streaming service @ 0:43:15. All that and much more!
Welcome folks, the couch gang is back and we are ready to talk tv and movies. Right off the bat we finish our discussion/review of the show ‘The Boys’ on Amazon @ 0:03:00 which then gets into a conversation about what superpower we wish we had. We then give our final thoughts on HBO’s Euphoria @ 0:32:50 after we all watched the season finale. The episode ends with us reviewing the movie ‘Shaw & Hobbs’ @ 0:51:10 and some other random TV news!
Welcome back folks, come join us on the couch! Today we come in discussing 2 of our favorite tv shows out right now. First we break down the HBO hit show ‘Euphoria’ by dissecting our favorite characters and scenes of the season fo far. We then discuss the first 4 episodes and give our takes on the brand new Amazon Prime show, ‘The Boys’ (@ 0:37:00). We then end the show with Angelo giving his quick review of the movie ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’.
Oh what a time to be a Watchmen fan. I have seen the released trailer, and though I’m a HUGE fan of the graphic novel (a book I suggest everyone, and I mean EVERYONE read) I am equally intrigued and mesmerized be its creator, Alan Moore. Not familiar with the grumpy genius? Well, in the comic world he is known for his creations such as Batman’s The Killing Joke, his run on Swamp Thing, which brought the character to critical acclaim, the mind-blowing V for Vendetta, and of course the unmatched Watchmen. Now, when I say this man is grumpy I am putting it VERY nicely. Having known about the creator for some time I can tell you that Alan Moore HATES any and all adaptations of his work. He is not for it AT. ALL. This man has spoken some real S*** when it has come to live-action versions of his creations or even taking his characters and recycling them with new writers/artists. Can we understand the anger? After all, imagine creating a piece of …