This is a show all about TV shows, the people who make them and what we like about them. If you love TV this podcast is for you.
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss all things spooky. Pull up a chair, if you dare, as we give you not only our Halloween Special, but our One Year Anniversary episode! Thank you for the past year!!!
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss Michael J. Fox. We wanted to make a "Forward to the Past" pun here, but that's already an actual episode title from 'Back to the Future: The Animated Series' so just listen in for more jokes, show facts and fun times.
This week The TV Boys sit down to talk about the one and only Terry O'Quinn. You know him as John Locke from Lost or maybe Peter Watts in Millennium or even the stepfather in The Stepfather. Whatever you've seen him in, you know he's great, we discuss these roles and much more!
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss the "What have you been watching this week?" portion of our show. We take the segment to new heights and new lengths. We're talking, Entire. Episode. Length. Rather than hearing about the collected works of one person, we're changing things up and talking about all of the shows we've been enjoying lately. You're going to want to check them out, trust us.
This week the TV Boys it down to discuss one of their all time favorite creators. The practically incomparable Seth MacFarlane. From 90's cartooning to space faring sci-fi adventures he has been a part of some of the most watched, well received and controversial shows of all time.
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss the TV Hall of Fame icon, Alan Alda. Whether acting in the role of Hawkeye or being himself on PBS he's always a fan favorite. *We had some audio issues this week, part of the growing pains of new tech, we should have things back to our normal perfect clarity next week.*
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss J.K. Simmons. He has been in so many fantastic TV shows that we’re only able to mention a fraction of them. One of our favorites is his performance as Howard in Counterpart, as well as Howard in Counterpart and no, that’s not a typo. Check it out!