Welcome to the fourteenth edition of The Cord Cutter Podcast! Today is our fall TV preview spectacular, where we let you know what shows we think you should binge in preparation for the new television season. So, join Mick, Adrienne and their guests Laura Hurley and Nick Venable while they talk fall TV! As every television lover knows, there are many, many choices to make when the fall season starts up, and they have nothing to do with which jacket to wear on any given day. As new shows premiere and old favorites come back, we all need to decide how our viewing schedule will look on a daily basis. Well, we're here to help you out by talking about eight returning shows we think you should catch up on before you check out the new season.
Since we couldn't go over everything we watch during the fall without the podcast lasting for 72 hours straight, we each picked two shows that we think deserve special attention, whether it's because the series is really hyped, isn't talked about as much as we'd like, or has maintained its quality over many seasons. Join us as we talk about two different types of dead people, crazy ex-girlfriends, funny cops, two sets of families, a scary small town and a group of wacky workmates. By the way, make sure you bookmark our fall TV premiere guide and Netflix premiere guide so you can keep up with everything coming out in the next few months. Ready to dive in? Great! Read on to get the lowdown on this week's podcast and then listen for yourself above!
14:51 - Binge Before It's Back!
15:15 - Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (mild spoilers)
18:50 - Brooklyn Nine-Nine
23:05 - Superstore (mild spoilers)
28:01 - The Good Place
31:50 - Stranger Things
35:45 - The Walking Dead
40:27 - Bob's Burgers
46:01 - This Is Us
50:21 - Game time! The Dating Game
Now, get in on the fun and have a listen to The Cord Cutter Podcast #14! Join us next time when we talk about all the Stephen King based projects available to watch on streaming platforms, and place a special spotlight on the new Netflix film Gerald's Game! And, be sure to subscribe to The Cord Cutter podcast on iTunes, right here!