Oct 22, 2015
The countdown to Halloween continues and this week has found Jack and Aaron with way too many shows to watch that they actually ramble on for almost 3 hours. Seriously, Jack and Aaron are completely sorry for everything you are about to hear...
NEWS HIGHLIGHTS this week include: The Parents Television Council has called American Horror Story: Hotel “the most vile show” in TV history. The Walking Dead is getting dubbed in Spanish and will be coming to NBC Universo which inspired Jack to pitch an amazing new spinoff idea: The Walking Dead: Mexico. Chris Rock will be hosting the 2016 Oscars. Yahoo lost $42 million with the most recent season of Community, along with other original shows Sin City Saints and Other Space. Netflix is reviving Gilmore Girls for a four 90-minute episode limited series. Rumor has it that comic book series Hack/Slash is being developed into a TV series. Vincent D'Onofrio will play the Wizard of Oz in NBC's new police procedural Emerald City. The network is also developing a sequel series to the 1999 classic (?) Cruel Intentions. Paramount's planned sequel to Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters is now being turned into a TV show. Jean-Paul Valley, aka Azrael, is coming to Gotham. After 14 seasons, Mythbusters will come to an end. And finally, this is the first year The Simpsons is delivering two Halloween-themed episodes in one season.
AARON’S LOSERS: Truth Be Told, Undateable Live, Supernatural, and Blood & Oil.
JACK’S LOSERS: Underworld Inc. and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
AARON’S FENCERS: SNL, The Knick, The Affair, Crazy Ex Girlfriend, and American Horror Story: Hotel. JACK’S FENCERS: Agents of SHIELD, Arrow, and SNL.
AARON’S WINNERS: Project Greenlight, Casual, Last Man On Earth, Manhattan, South Park, The Flash, The Leftovers, Fargo, Hellevator, The Walking Dead, and Ash vs Evil Dead. JACK’S WINNERS: Last Man on Earth, American Horror Story: Hotel, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Scream Queens, The Walking Dead, The Flash, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Gotham, Bob's Burgers, and The Simpsons.
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