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great TV good Talk

By Kei & Clyde

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Kei & Clyde fell in love watching great TV. These TV lovers' discussions make you feel like you're hanging out in their living room. On great TV good Talk, they discuss what they're watching and why they think you should watch, too. Fun segments like industry news, the pilot watch, and the rundown will be some markers. Listen in and stay a while.

Customer Reviews

Smart, Insightful, and Entertaining

Clyde and Kei make you want to watch they're watching. Their commentary is smart, insightful, and flat out entertaining. Just when I thought my tv show watch list was running low, Pilot Watching has opened me up to a world of shows I wouldn't have considered otherwise. Now I have a list of much watch shows, and the ones I've seen so far have been great.


This podcast is the real deal. Passionate TV fans who love great TV will enjoy it. The hosts are smart, passionate, and they know what they are talking about. A great, fun and informative treat for TV fans.

Refreshes my view of TV

I recently started listening to Kei and Clyde and I am so appreciative of their honest reviews and opinions of up and coming television shows. I have gone for a while not wanting to watch tv at all. Its not that there is nothing to choose from...Its that I don't have the time and patience to sift through the garbage...Thankfully I can trust Kei and Clyde to do that for me. Thanks for refreshing my view of TV!