On episode 231, Amrie (@mytakeontv), Jason (@theTVaholic) and Rae (@raelee) talk some cancellation/renewal news and then discuss recent episodes of Playing House, Undateable and Orphan Black, the fourth season finale of Game of Thrones and the series premiere of Murder in the First. Plus, a brief reality check and some TV recommendations. (Start times of each segment/topic)
We talked about the following four TV news stories:
- ABC Family Renews Pretty Little Liars for Sixth and Seventh Seasons
- FOX Pulls Riot, I Wanna Marry Harry From Schedule
- Starz’s Power Renewed For Season 2
- Denis Leary’s Sirens Renewed for Second Season at USA
We used the specific episodes listed below as a jumping off point to discuss the following five TV shows:
- Playing House – S.1 Ep.8, “37 Weeks” (00:04:21)
- Undateable – S.1 Ep.5, “My Hero Is Me,” & Ep.6, “Leader of the Pack” (00:11:11)
- Orphan Black – S.2 Ep.9, “Things Which Have Never Been Done” (00:18:35)
- Game of Thrones – S.4 Ep.10, “The Children” (Season Finale) (00:24:22)
- Murder in the First – S.1 Ep.1, “Pilot,” (Series Premiere) & Ep.2, “The City of Sisterly Love” (00:35:43)
Amrie’s Reality Check (00:44:46)
Amrie briefly talked about Food Network Star and MasterChef with a Baby Daddy shout-out.
TV Recommendations (00:48:50)
- Amrie recommended Fargo – Official Site – Watch via Amazon Instant Video, Hulu and iTunes.
- Jason recommended Witches of East End – Official Site – Watch via Amazon Instant Video, DVD and iTunes
- Rae recommended Caper – Official Site – Watch via Hulu and YouTube. She also wants to know your thoughts on Spooked and has started watching Arrow because of others’ recommendations.
What did you think about the series premiere of TNT’s Murder in the First? How about how season four of HBO’s Game of Thrones ended? Do you hope there will be a second season of NBC’s Undateable and USA Network’s Playing House? Have you enjoyed the second season of BBC America’s Orphan Black as we head into the second season finale? Let us know in the comments, send us an eMail, connect via Twitter @TVtimesThree, or Like us on Facebook.