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The Televoid Podcast

By Maura Kate Elliott & LaToya Ferguson

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We travel to the deepest depths bad TV has gone. Join hosts Maura Kate & LaToya on their journey to the bottom of the broadcast barrel.

Customer Reviews

The Best Podcast In The History of the World

Extremely educational about all kind of life activities: like making busts of celebrities or the science of The Loft. My life is richer for knowing this podcast. Yours will be too. Dare I say it is lifechanging.

This podcast made me a believer in podcasts.

Admittedly, I am one of those people who has a hard time listening to things like audiobooks or podcasts. I'm more of a visual person and tend to fall asleep if it's just voices and no visuals. So you should take it as the HIGHEST compliment when I say I've listened to every single episode of The Televoid and never even comtemplated sleep. It's really THAT good.

I thought I knew a lot about television, but Maura, LaToya and Kacey know more than me. The Televoid is both informative AND hilarious and whether they're playing FMK or contemplating the terribleness of guys named Joey, it's worth tuning in every week even if you haven't seen the show they're discussing. A++++++++++.

Fun TV Podcast that does something different and special

The dynamics between the hosts is really fun & makes you feel like you’re hanging out with them. I really enjoyed “The Witches of East End” commentaries and the different levels of familiarity of shows between the hosts. It’s a really cool idea to watch/discuss the episodes/types of shows they randomly choose. I listen to lots of TV podcasts, but this one does something different and special.

The Televoid Podcast
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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