On Episode 140, which we will be recording on Monday afternoon, June 18th, Amrie, Jason and Rae will be answering your questions. It’s been awhile since we’ve done a listener Q&A segment and we’d love to hear from you.
Got questions about…
- shows from the past TV season that we didn’t cover?
- any Summer 2012 TV shows?
- the new shows for Fall 2012?
- any other TV topics?
- anything else?
Send your us questions via the comments section on this post, email, Facebook, @TVtimesThree or leave a voice message by clicking the button on the right side of screen at the website.
– Besides, obviously, Hang Time, what other shows do you wish we’re available on DVD?
– Does Jason watch any reality shows?
– (may be too early) what tv shows are you most looking forward to at SDCC?
– any older shows you missed when they aired and just recently discovered on DVD/online?
– any cool web series you watch/recommend?
– now that you’ve seen some of the fall/midseason shows, any you’re looking forward to? Any that you completely changed opinion on after seeing pilot?
– any random/obscure shows you’re watching that never get talked about on the podcast?
That’s all I can think of right now 🙂
Here’s a few more that I came up with 🙂
– We all have our guilty pleasures, but what TV show did you start watching and have grown to regret, and why? (EX: Amrie I’m sure will say “The KILLING” )
-What is ONE Tv Series you wish WOULD get a reboot and one tv show you PRAY DOESN’T get one?
– What do you expect to be the first show canceled this fall?
-Was there a show from the last season that you wished had continued on? Why?
-What did you guys think about the Dallas pilot?
– Will you guys be doing another Q&A soon!????
How does the onscreen chemistry between actors affect your viewing experience of a TV show? Does it? Has it ever made you want to tune in or tune out of a TV show? For example, I love “Scandal” and while the central romance between Fitz and Olivia should(would normally) have me rolling my eyes, it doesn’t because of the out-of-this-world chemistry between Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn. Similarly, it should frustrate and confound me that every single character on “Happy Endings” throws around zingers like a practicing stand-up comic, yet again it doesn’t, thanks to the fantastic interplay between the “Happy Endings” cast.
I love listener Q & A segments, so thanks!