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The Vulture TV Podcast

By New York Magazine / Panoply

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There’s little doubt that TV is driving the cultural conversation, but there could still stand to be more great conversation about TV. That’s where the Vulture TV Podcast comes in. In this weekly podcast, New York TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz and Vulture TV editor Gazelle Emami will go deep on what matters most the world of television, what makes good TV, and how good TV gets made. Their conversation could, and will, encompass everything from the hot-button points of a given show—did you see what happened on Mad Men?—to a discussion of TV’s new diversity...

Customer Reviews

Great show

These hosts are great TV critics. I've been following all of there work on Vulture for years now, Matt even longer, so it's great to hear these people talk about great TV.

Maybe with a little fine tuning . . .

I've been reading Matt Zoller Seitz's work since he wrote for the Newark Star Ledger; he's really an excellent critic and writer. Unfortunately, one of the women on this podcast (I'm not sure which one) talks way too much and crowds out Seitz and the other woman. Their recent Game of Thrones conversation would have been more interesting and more insightful, I'm sure, if all three had had the opportunity to express themselves. I believe the show will get better when she makes a little more room for her co-hosts, and stops saying "like" every third word.

Interesting but Repetitive

I love listening to people talk about TV and when the hosts talk about something I've watched or am interested in, I genuinely like or at least am interested in what they have to say. But they talk about the same topic every week: Mad Men. I don't watch it and feel that they won't have much interest once the show is over. I wish they would talk about all the other great TV that's out there.

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