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Hypable's Hype

By Hypable.com

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Description

Hype is the flagship podcast of Hypable.com. Covering the most interesting fandom news and giving a voice to the fans who power their communities, Hype serves as the last word on the entertainment world. The weekly show is hosted by Selina Wilken, Marama Whyte, Kyle Herzallah, and more.

Customer Reviews

Excited to see where this is headed!

Overall the "pilot" episode of Hype was excellent. I felt it was well-rounded, organized, the hosts had good chemistry, and there was a good, relaxed, yet professional vibe.

Great work, guys! Can't wait for more!

Way too bias

I love the Hypable site, but if you want to listen to this podcast, be prepared for extreme bias. The hosts complain every single episode about the same things (race, gender, violence, etc.) Voicing opinions are great, but they will shove theirs down your throat every time & try to make you feel less if you don't agree. Feels like a political podcast. I want my entertainment & fandom news to be fun!

Frustrating/Biased

I used to enjoying listening to this podcast but within the last year or so it has become so hard to listen to. The interests are very narrow and they don't make any effort to expand their selections of hosts. So you end up listening to the same 3 or 4 people talk about comic book movies and tv shows and books that are mostly in the "late teens/early twenties" demo and then pretty much dump on and bash everything else. They bad talk Doctor Who, Game of Thrones and other shows for long periods of time. They rarely mention other current (more adult) shows like Walking Dead, Fargo, True Detective, etc.

I sent them a VERY respecful comment once asking if they'd consider putting more variety in their show and got a reply that basically said, "No. We like it this way." Well, fine. But I just can't stand listening to it anymore.

Hypable's Hype
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  • Free
  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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