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The Mid-Season Replacements Podcast Episode 3: “Big Space Energy”

On this week’s episode, Randy and Sean exit the atmosphere to examine the state of space science fiction in today’s TV landscape.

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On this week’s episode of The Mid-Season Replacements Podcast, Randy and Sean buckle up and head into the great beyond of space-based science fiction on television, and what happened to a genre that used to be an American institution. After a larger discussion about cultural attitudes towards exploring the stars, and the impact of changing TV habits and the proliferation of superhero stories on the genre, our esteemed explorers have an extended conversation about The Expanse and Lost in Space, the two most prominent non-Star Trek or Star Wars outer space shows on TV.

Opening Track: “Main Title Theme,” Lost in Space OST, Christopher Lennertz (original theme by John Williams)

Shows discussed: Star Trek: Discovery, The Orville, Other Space, Avenue 5, The Expanse, Lost in Space (2018)

The Mid-Season Replacements Podcast is a weekly show hosted by Goomba Stomp and TV Never SleepsRandy Dankievitch and Sean Colletti, with new episodes debuting every Wednesday.

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A TV critic since the pre-Peak TV days of 2011, Randy is a critic and editor formerly of Sound on Sight, Processed Media, TVOvermind, Pop Optiq, and many, many others.

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Game Boys, Ep. 207: Spellboys

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This week is dedicated to yet another battle royale. Is magic and fluid gameplay enough to differentiate Spellbreak? How many times does Tim say, “You’re a blizzard, Harry” in this episode? The answer to that is zero, and now I’m living with a lot of regret.

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NXpress Nintendo Podcast 203: How the Pandemic is Shaping the Future of Nintendo

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Tim and Rick are back after taking some time off and joining them to talk about all things Nintendo is Goomba Stomp editor, Campbell Gill.

In this episode, the boys discuss the future of Nintendo and how the current COVID-19 pandemic might be changing Nintendo’s release schedule and the company’s marketing.

Also, on tap is a review of Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time, which adapts Genndy Tartakovsky’s masterful TV series in a new, three-dimensional light. According to Campbell, Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time is a welcome opportunity to revisit fan-favorite scenes in a fun, if unremarkable, action-packed romp.

In addition, the gang talks about the recent Super Mario Bros. 35th anniversary news as well as the announcement of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.

All this and more.

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LFXIV – NXpress Intro
Nintendosage: Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time Review
Super Mario interlude
Main Event: Discussing the future of Nintendo
Hyrule Warriors Soundtrack

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The Mid-Season Replacements Podcast Episode 29 – “A Writer Appears”

On this week’s show, Sean steps into the driver’s seat and interviews Randy and his relationship with TV throughout life, both as a viewer and a critic. Enjoy!

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With not a whole lot of new TV to talk about this week, Randy Dankievitch and Sean Colletti open this week’s Mid-Season Replacements with a pair of farewells; first, to Anna Faris’ run on Mom, and to AMC’s long-running monstrosity The Walking Dead. Then, Sean steps into the driver’s seat, for a lengthy interview of Randy and his relationship with television over his lifetime: from what drew him to TV as a child, to the series that have shaped his career, and path through life. Enjoy!

The Mid-Season Replacements Podcast is a weekly show hosted by Goomba Stomp and TV Never Sleeps’ Randy Dankievitch and Sean Colletti, with new episodes debuting every Tuesday evening.

Opening Track: “Curtains” by Ryan Elliott (of Ancient Fears)

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