Blogulator Radio Episode 87 – JFK, Bigfoot, Vampires, Athletes, Noir, And Tobey Maguire

In the newest edition of Blogulator Radio, join Chris and Jerksica as they sift through the TV news gossip of the past few weeks. They discuss the merits and demerits of an onslaught of impending pilots and confirmed series that are just waiting to either get watched with pleasure or torn apart with very little consideration (mostly the latter). Basically, they know you probably don’t want to hear anymore about how all they watch are sitcoms and Chris’s unhealthy addiction to The Following (a curse he is finally temporarily broken free from after its season finale), so they decided to look into the future and share with you all the future shows they probably won’t watch because they’ll be too busy watching sitcoms and Kevin Bacon. If the episode title doesn’t give it away already, there’s everything coming down the pipeline from a Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg animated series based on a trilogy of graphic novels to another attempt from Funny or Die getting into the (this time scripted) TV business to yes, even James Ellroy getting a crack at two (count ’em, TWO!) noir series, one of which is being dubbed a sequel to the iconic hard-boiled author’s most notable foray into film. Also, a certain human named The Rock may be mentioned at some point. You’ve been warned.

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