In our latest podcast, Nadya, Sigrid and I talk heavily on Revolution, Arrow, Elementary and surprisingly Beauty and the Beast. We have questions on how far reaching is the blackout on Revolution (among other questions) and with Elementary we compare Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock versus Jonny Lee Miller’s interpretation. Nadya is pleased with the final season of Fringe while Sigrid is enjoying the twists on Warehouse 13 while I wish that Glee seniors truly graduated and weren’t on the show anymore. Plus many more shows like Drop Dead Diva and Once Upon a Time.
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About your hosts:
All three of us met while volunteering for Vancouver’s awesome annual Shakespeare festival Bard on the Beach. One day as we were on our break, we started talking about TV and found out we had a lot to say about TV shows past and present and other things pop culture. Hence this podcast was born.
Vanessa: I love all things pop culture and that includes TV, films and theatre. My favourite shows include Glee, Chuck, Smallville, Felicity, Veronica Mars, Pushing Daisies, Gilmore Girls, Battlestar Galactica, Everwood, Road to Avonlea, The Young Riders, The Muppet Show,. Masterpiece (formerly known as Masterpiece Theatre) and I could go on and on and on and on. Fave films include Star Wars trilogies (yes I said trilogies -I like the prequels), Harry Potter (all 8 films), Wallace and Gromit, Jane Eyre 2011 version, West Side Story, The Sounds of Music, and too many more to name. Follow me on Twitter: @popgoestheworld.
Nadya: In no particular order, Nadya is a outdoors junkie, grad student, daydreamer, problem solver, photographer, foodie, buffy addict, plant enthusiast, and theatre lover. Follow me on twitter: @nadyaogloff.
Sigrid: The arts are my passion – whether I’m watching, reading, or listening, for better or for worse, it’s always an experience for the mind and senses. I am a part-time blogger, English geek, Shakespeare nut, music snob, Anglophile, polyglot, Bayern München fan, Whovian, Top Gear (UK) enthusiast. Follow me on Twitter: starduster360.