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Taboo Reviews & After Show

By AfterBuzz TV Network

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Description

Taboo After Show The Taboo After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of BBC's Taboo. Show Summary: Adventurer James Keziah Delaney, long believed to be dead, returns home to London from Africa in 1814 in order to inherit his late father's shipping empire. All is not what it seems, however, as Delaney encounters numerous enemies intent on making his life back in the United Kingdom very difficult. Focused on building a shipping empire to rival the imperious East India Company, Delaney's other wish to seek vengeance for his father's death means conspiracy, betrayal and bloodshed are also in the cards. As he works to accomplish that, Delaney must also navigate increasingly complex territories in order to avoid his own death sentence.

Customer Reviews

Great Podcast with Some Caveats

Podcast followed the standard Aftebuzz TV format of young energetic hosts who are alert enough to present a proper recap. The standout of the premiere episode was Tehran. Tehran clearly understood that "Taboo" was a period piece murder mystery and geo-political thriller. Tehran explained the historical and financial signifigance of the East India Company and why they wanted to exert pressure on show's protagonist, James Delaney. Tehran also explained how the the rigid British class structure impacted all the characters. Tehran gave this podcast substance over snark (he actually said something while saying something). If Tehran is present for all episodes, this podcast will remain 5 stars!

Why?

If the majority of you don't like the show all that much, why make a podcast about it? I'm not trying to talk you into liking it, but why waste your breath? Maybe try a straight tv review show instead of doing specific shows, then you could just move on to a show you do like instead.

Overmatched

While they try, the hosts on this podcast are in over their heads. They're too giggly and distractible. They talk all over each other. And they just are honestly not able to accurately figure out many plot points and historical allusions. Look elsewhere for a good Taboo podcast.

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