Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast #76


Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast is back for another trip around the television dial, catching up on tons and tons of TV in order to give you a sense of what you should be watching (like "Stranger Things," "Riverdale" and a new gem from Amy Sedaris) and what you can skip (sorry "Ghosted" and "The Mist," maybe in reruns!).  We also run down some of the recent happenings in comics, with overviews of many of the newest DC and Marvel offerings.  So strap on your Binge Racing helmet, pop in your earbuds and geek out with us!

Length - 01:23:43

Language - PG-13.  (Contains mild adult language.)



A revealing documentary about Dana Carvey's short-lived show "Too Funny to Fail," trying once more to finish "The Mist," our first taste of "Stranger Things" season two, "American Vandal" renewed for a second season, a triple-good review for horror-comedy "The Babysitter," Apple keeping their streaming service PG and a new "Runaways" trailer.



Digging deeper into DC's "Dark Nights: Metal," a sampling of storylines from Marvel's renumbered "Legacy" titles, heading to the West Virginia Book Festival to meet author Joe Hill, an episode list for Robert Kirkman's "Secret History of Comics," female indie creators cameo on "The Simpsons" and Valiant Comics unearthing authentic 90s cover gimmicks.



IMAX CEO admits "Inhumans" screening a disappointment, more hints at a live-action "Star Wars" show, Trek vs. Wars on "The Goldbergs," Taika Waititi still working on a "What We Do in the Shadows" series, a likable cast in the blah comedy "Ghosted," "Adam Ruins Everything" spoils the "War of the Worlds" radio panic story, "At Home with Amy Sedaris" showcases a hilariously warped version of homemaking, "I'm Sorry" provides another worthy TruTV comedy, daddy issues on a powerful episode of "Supergirl," bad luck strikes the cast of "Flash," new villains arrive on "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" and the third episode of "Riverdale" introduces Toni Topaz, the Goolies gang and a dangerous exercise routine for Kevin Keller.

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