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Each week, TechCrunch's Anthony Ha and Darrell Etherington talk about what's new in original streaming shows, movies, comics and more. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime – if it's new, original, and available to stream on the web or mobile, you'll hear about it here first.

Customer Reviews

I'm picky

For me, the entirety of a podcast, no matter how good the content is, can come crumbling down due to the slightest thing.

For some reason, I'm sensitive to certain sounds that are generally considered innocuous. Chewing or taking with a full mouth are intolerable to me, but I think people would back me up on those. This podcast has one host who claims to have been podcasting since day 1. In all that time, I'm sure someone has called out his cracking voice. It's subtle, but with no discernable pattern. It's noticeable, and grating over the course of an hour. It's such an annoying sound that I'm sure my blood pressure spiked.

The content itself was great. I listened to the episode about horror movie recommendations, which is generally a surefire way to gain me as a fan, but even my favorite subject matter couldn't get me passed that cracking voice.

So, in the end, all I can say is: keep it up, dudes. Great conversation with intelligent back-and-forth, but I simply can't listen to this podcast without losing my mind.

Medicore at best

While I love the topic and general concept of the show, the execution needs major improvements. Particularly the one host, (the guy from Canada) seems to forget information regarding news while on the air constantly. He also seems rather inexperienced in this topic, and doesn't come across as that knowledgable. Overall, I recommend you skip this podcast.

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