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The Churn: A Podcast About The Expanse

By SYFY WIRE

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Description

The Expanse creators Ty Franck and Daniel Abraham join SYFY WIRE for a weekly breakdown of the latest episode of SYFY's space opera.

Customer Reviews

Good Expanse podcast ruined by female host

It's great to learn about The Expanse from the authors, showrunners and others affiliated with the series. Podcast sound quality could be better. The podcast takes a turn whenever the female host (Cher) opens her mouth. In the first episodes, she introduces the authors as "and speaking of two asses...". It is clear that she is a friend of the authors so they indulge her, but to the listener she comes across juvenile. Her constant sexual inferences and "shipping" couples is annoying. Thankfully, the authors always get the podcast back on track. Hopefully, she will take a hint and get better in the future.

Good Content, Poor Production Values

The content is prtty good but the show guests sound like they called in and are being recorded with a microphone near a speakerphone. I ended up giving up on the episode because it was so difficult to understand what was being said.

Could be so much more

I was so looking forward to this podcast since it features the writers in every episode. However, although there are supposed to have two anchor people, the female (whose name I have not bothered to learn) always seems unprepared for every podcast and adds very little to the content. She elaborates subpar questions given the guests a bunch of choices of what she thinks their answer should be, takes over the podcast not letting her cohost speak, and spends most of the time talking about how she felt about the episodes. There are massive audio problems and a lot of the podcasts are difficult to listen too. Kudos for getting the authors to discuss the show and for actually doing the podcast. But the podcast does not reflect the quality of the show.