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American Gods

By Shat on Entertainment

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Description

Converting Neil Gaiman's "American Gods" from novel to TV show is no easy feat. With complex symbolism and a massive cast including Ian McShane and Crispin Glover, things will get hairy. That's why the American Gods podcast is here! Following on the heels of their hit "Westworld" podcast, the Shat on TV team works with the audience to explain old gods and new through interactive episodes and well-researched insights.

Customer Reviews

Decent podcast but could do better.

I must say, while I enjoy the format of this podcast I really hate how every episode they ask for a ‘5 star review’ along with the fact there is a lack of understanding of basic mythology which can skew their understanding of the TV show and how it’s run. Finally, does Gene only ever complain about the visuals for this show? Christ! It’s pathetic!

Not enough detail for me

I dont' happen to like that they do the general themes for each episdoe and not scene by scene. I feel too many nusiances are missed this way and that the listener misses out on things that are liked to be talked about.

Great job

I have listened to several of your other podcasts i.e. Westworld and have checked in here and there with this one bc the show isn't really grabbing me. But I must say how refreshing gene's take was on season1 episode 6. Most podcasters and media would take the main stream pc view and I liked your take. Great work