Oct 27, 2017
It's finally here! Halloween week is upon us which means, after
this episode airs, DJ SpookNasty and MC Tummy Troubles will go back
In this episode, Aaron shares a few odd experiences he had at
horror haunts this past week and, later, he has an intimate chat
with "Channel Zero" creator and showrunner, Nick Antosca. Let's get
ready to spooooky!
Walking Dead" Season 8 premiere brought in a five-year low in
ratings with 11.4 million viewers tuning in. That’s compared to 17
million tuning into the Season 7 premiere.
- Netflix has renewed "Big Mouth" for a second
authorized autobiographical Hunter S. Thompson series, titled "Fear
and Loathing," is being developed by "Get Shorty" showrunner Davey
Holmes at MGM TV.
renewed "Star Trek: Discovery" for a second season has canceled
"Zoo" after three seasons and is developing a reboot of "Magnum
P.I." because, sure.
CW has teamed with "Stranger Things" executive producer Shawn Levy
for a new haunted house series called,
"Epiphany." The series
is described as "being in the vein of the works of Stanley Kubrick
and Agatha Christie." According to THR, "the drama is a
psychological thriller about a group of gifted strangers recruited
to a Gilded Age mansion to solve a complex code that lies within
the structure's walls."
AARON’S LOSER: "Designated Survivor"
JACK’S LOSERS: "Loudermilk," "Hit the Road,"
"The Jellies" and "The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror"
AARON’S FENCERS: "The Walking Dead"
JACK’S FENCERS: "Kevin (Probably) Saves the
World," "Channel Zero: No End House," "Superstition" and "LORE"
AARON’S WINNER: "Patton Oswalt: Annihilation,"
"American Horror Story:
Cult," "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown" and "Too Funny to Fail"
WINNERS: "The Mayor,"
"Bob's Burgers," "Too Funny
To Fail" and "Voltron:
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Welcome to Episode 73.
As always, #ClinktheDrink