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Best Kate Kulzick podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Kate Kulzick podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Cheer may have dropped back in January, but in the age of Peak TV, what’s a couple months' delay? Netflix’s docuseries is in the spotlight section this episode, with Noel and Kate checking in on the series, which follows an elite junior college cheer team as they prepare for nationals. Before that, though, there’s a full week in TV to discuss. We k…
 
TV is finally slowing down, just a little, but there’s still a lot to discuss this week on the podcast, including one of the more long-awaited debut seasons in recent TV history. First up, Noel and Kate talk through their week in TV, kicking things off with the comedies, including Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, Miracle Workers: Dark Ages, Brooklyn…
 
The premieres and finales just keep rolling, and this week on the podcast, we’re diving in with a big one. The Good Place wrapped up its four season run last week, and this episode, Noel and Kate give it its due, spotlighting the finale with a lengthy chat before looking back on the final season and the series as a whole. Before that, though, there…
 
January has traditionally been a quiet time for TV, with many shows on hiatus and few dramatic premieres and TV events. Not so any more, and this week in particular was massive. Just one of the big finales this week was Arrow, which among other things, transformed superhero TV and The CW as a whole. Of course we had to spotlight it, and we’re excit…
 
Crisis has come and gone and one of 2020’s most anticipated new series is here! There’s lots of TV to discuss this episode and Noel and Kate dive in right away with the premiere of Awkwafina’s new comedy, Awkwafina is Nora from Queens. Then, after a quick look at Schitt’s Creek and Stumptown, it’s all genre. Kate reflects on Doctor Who’s adventure …
 
After a long delay, Televerse favorite Zumbo’s Just Desserts is back for season two on Netflix. Does the new season recapture the whimsical magic of season one? Are this batch of dessert makers up to snuff, and can Adriano Zumbo best his ridiculous season one tests? Noel and Kate dive in and give their thoughts on this much-anticipated season two. …
 
As Kate is a newly-minted #Lucifan, you just know she had to invite back podcaster, author, and all-around smart lady LaToya Ferguson to talk all things Lucifer seasons one through four (or at least, as much as we could without getting into spoilers), and hopefully convince some listeners to check it out. Before that, though, Noel and Kate have a f…
 
2020 is here, bringing a whole slew of new TV series as well as plenty of returning favorites. That means it’s time for Noel and Kate’s yearly winter TV preview, talking through the next several months’ upcoming scripted series. From utterly confounding to intriguing and overdue, there’s a lot of TV headed our way, and fortunately at least some of …
 
2019 is winding down, so it’s time for the Televerse’s annual Smorgasborgy, our massive Best of the Year roundup of the highlights, lowlights, and most memorable moments of the year’s TV. Noel and Kate go through their picks for each of the categories below, as well as a few digressions along the way. Take a listen, then reach out with your picks! …
 
The end of the year is upon us, and that of course means it’s time for the start of the 2019 List-ening. The last two episodes of each year are our opportunity to highlight our favorite moments, episodes, and much more of 2019, and we kick things off as always with our Top 20 TV Series of the year. Noel and Kate have some overlap, but this year fea…
 
Technical difficulties plagued the podcast this week, but with TV this interesting, we had to power through. The audio quality of this episode is not what we’d like, but we’re working to resolve the issue for next week. Thank you for your patience. This week on the podcast, we kick things off with a very full week in TV. First up is the premiere of…
 
Thanksgiving has come and gone, which means the holiday baking season has officially begun. What better way to celebrate than with a new, holiday-themed season of one of the Televerse competitive baking favs, Sugar Rush? First, however, Noel and Kate kick things off with their week in TV, including a Who Wants to be a Millionaire?-themed Fresh Off …
 
The holidays are officially here, bringing busy schedules and TV hiatuses. That means it’s time for Noel and Kate’s promised discussion of the best TV of 2010–2019. We list off our 50–80 favorites of the past decade, including a delightful moment of podcast cohost hivemind, and talk TV trends and what we anticipate for the decade to come. Before th…
 
It’s been a very political week here in the United States, so what a happy coincidence that The Crown returned for season three this week as well. Noel and Kate give their thoughts on the new cast and how the show is tackling the challenges of adapting such high-profile events and figures as they break down the season in the spotlight section. Befo…
 
After not connecting with its earlier installments, is Noel finally on-board with She-Ra and the Princesses of Power? The series is back for season four, the third season released this year, and Noel and Kate have plenty of thoughts in this week’s spotlight section of the podcast. Before that, though, there’s a lot of TV to cover from the past week…
 
Daylight Saving Time has come, bringing with it even more interesting TV to discuss. Noel and Kate kick things off as always with their week in TV, starting with the comedies, including Seth Meyer’s new Netflix standup special, Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby, the premiere of Apple+’s Dickinson, gripping new Chihayafuru episodes, a dark Superstore, and a s…
 
Spooky season is officially over, but at least we got a few more Halloween-themed episodes this week, giving Noel and Kate plenty of festive TV to discuss on the podcast. We kick things off with Our Week in TV, starting with reality and comedy, including The Good Place, Superstore, Perfect Harmony, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and The Great B…
 
It’s a week of long-awaited premieres, as well as a few surprises, giving us plenty to discuss on the podcast. First up, we dive in with our Week in TV. We start with the genre series, including the Watchmen premiere, a promising Batwoman, a Hong Kong-centered Arrow, and the return of Chihayafuru. Over in reality and comedy, Kate catches up with Ru…
 
The fall TV season rolls on, and while there was a high profile Netflix drop this past week—the Breaking Bad follow-up movie El Camino—we won’t be talking about it this week on the podcast. Instead, we’re diving in with a Netflix release we’re far more interested in: Season five of Schitt’s Creek. Is Kate still over the moon for David and Patrick? …
 
The second wave of fall premieres is here, with the return of most of The CW’s lineup, giving us even more to talk about this week on the podcast. We kick things off as always with Our Week in TV, starting with comedy and reality, including Fresh Off the Boat, black-ish, Superstore, The Good Place, and The Great British Bake Off. Then we move over …
 
We survived (the first) fall premiere week, but new TV just keeps coming. We kick things off as always with Our Week in TV. First up are a few more premieres—Fresh Off the Boat, Bob’s Burgers, and SNL—then we catch up with Derry Girls and talk The Good Place and Superstore. Kate has a highly specific rant brewing about Perfect Harmony, and Noel con…
 
Fall network premiere week is finally here—for most of the networks at least—giving Noel and Kate lots of TV to discuss. We skip the premieres discussed in our Fall Network TV Preview to keep things manageable, but there’s still a whole lot of TV to explore. First we dive in with the week’s comedy premieres, including mixed-ish, black-ish, The Good…
 
It’s the last week of respite before the deluge of fall network premieres begin! There’s still plenty of TV to discuss, however, and Noel and Kate kick things off as ever by diving in with the week’s TV. This episode, that means looking at the premiere week of A Little Late with Lilly Singh, Netflix’s latest buzzed-about miniseries, Unbelievable, a…
 
Cold and flu season has come nice and early this year, and Kate has once again been hit. That doesn’t keep us from diving in with our usual look at the week’s TV, though. We kick things off with the premiere of Terrace House: Tokyo 2019–2020, which returned to Netflix with Part 1, then the performance finale of So You Think You Can Dance and biscui…
 
After months of waiting, one of our most anticipated TV events of the year has come: Steven Universe: The Movie! Before we can dive in, though, we have a full week of TV to discuss. We kick things off with the comedies, including part one of Carole & Tuesday, the Younger finale, Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj, the return of DuckTales, and Given, and…
 
September is just about here, and before too long, the deluge of network debuts and returns will begin. That means it’s time for our yearly fall network TV preview. Noel and Kate talk through and give their thoughts on the upcoming slate of new primetime comedies and dramas, going network by network to highlight the shows we’re most excited for and…
 
We have many anniversaries here at The Televerse, but this episode brings a big one: our eighth annual Make-You-Watchathon. Each year, we celebrate by choosing one show to make each other watch, pushing our comfort zones and prompting each other to finally catch up with particularly meaningful and beloved series. This year, Kate’s up first, and she…
 
Time jumps, period pieces, and oh-so-relatable moments: TV had a lot to offer this week, giving us plenty to discuss on the podcast. First up, Noel and Kate talk through the highlights of their week in TV, including A Black Lady Sketch Show, Kate’s catch-up with season one of Kim’s Convenience, the much-anticipated premiere of The Terror: Infamy, a…
 
The summer is winding down, which means yet another round of finales and premieres. Noel and Kate kick things off this episode with Our Week in TV, including the premieres of Patriot Act with Hasan Minjah and A Black Lady Sketch Show, the finales of grown-ish and Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, a roundup of Netflix reality competition shows—Sugar Rush, …
 
There’s often drama to spare in summer TV, and this week did not disappoint, with comedies, dramas, and reality delivering twists and turns to spare. Noel and Kate kick things off with the week in TV, starting with the comedies, including the series finale of Jane the Virgin, season finale of Archer: 1999, and mixed episodes of grown-ish and Full F…
 
The tents are stowed, the con funk washed away, and the sunburns starting to heal; 2019 Comic-Con International: San Diego has come and gone. Noel and Kate welcome back friend of the show Maggie Kulzick to break down another sunny and TV-filled Comic-Con, looking at Maggie and Kate’s 2019 high- and low-lights. Before that, though, Noel and Kate tal…
 
Kate is on location at 2019 Comic-Con International: San Diego, which means lots of TV news, hot takes, and helicopters. Our SDCC wrap-up will be up next week, but for now, there’s plenty of TV to keep us busy while we wait for Comic-Con trailers and other goodies to drop. First up, Noel gives his thoughts on O Maidens in Your Savage Season and gro…
 
Time to dust off the cosplay and bust out the color-coordinated schedules (just Kate?); 2019 Comic-Con International: San Diego is right around the corner. Kate is heading to nerdvana once again this year, so it’s time for our annual preview of SDCC 2019. Noel and Kate welcome back Kate’s sister, Maggie Kulzick, and the three go through the nearly …
 
It may have taken us a while, but we’re finally keeping to our word and catching up with the second season of Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger. We were mixed on season one. Did season two right the ship, and what’s up next for Tyrone and Tandy? Before that, though, there’s a full week of TV to discuss. We kick things off with the comedies, including Last …
 
While there was plenty of TV this week, only a handful of shows piqued Noel and Kate’s interest, sending us searching back through the recent archives for our spotlight section. First up, we talk through the week’s more notable episodes, including season two of Netflix’s Aggretsuko, the finale of The Amazing Race’s CBS reality alumnae season, a Fit…
 
It’s the end of a TV era, the release of the final season of Marvel and Netflix’s multi-series collaboration. This week on the podcast, Noel and Kate spotlight Jessica Jones season three and reflect on the Marvel Netflix series in general. Which stick in our memories, which have we already forgotten, and which do we wish we’d gotten more of? Before…
 
There’s been a wave of finales recently, which means it’s time for another batch of premieres, giving us plenty of new TV to discuss on the podcast. Noel and Kate kick things off with our week in TV, starting with the comedies, including the series finale of Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas, grown-ish, Jane the Virgin, and the finale of Gentleman Jack. …
 
The transition from spring to summer TV continues, with another lighter week before the full set of summer shows premiere. This week, Noel and Kate change things up, starting their week in TV with the dramas, Chernobyl and Deadwood: The Movie. Then they move on to reality, with The Amazing Race and the season 16 premiere of So You Think You Can Dan…
 
With the wave of recent finales has come a fresh batch of premieres, and one of the most anticipated of the year came last week. That’s right, this episode, Noel and Kate are talking Fleabag season two. Before we can dive in with Fleabag, Hot Priest, the beautiful bitchery of Olivia Coleman, and more, there’s a lot of other TV to discuss. We kick o…
 
It’s finale-palooza at the Televerse! This week, Noel and Kate spotlight the finales and recent seasons of The CW’s Arrowverse series: Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. How have the seasons shaped up, and what’s ahead in next season’s Crisis on Infinite Earths mega-crossover? Before that, though there’s a full week of TV to…
 
Finale season rolls on, giving us plenty of entertaining, impactful TV to discuss this week on the podcast. We kick things off with our week in TV. First up are the comedies, including the finales of Superstore, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Veep, and a few moments with What We Do in the Shadows. Then we move over to genre and reality, including a brief look…
 
Game of Thrones aired its climactic, penultimate episode this week and well, Kate had thoughts. As Noel gave up on the series back in season one, Kate invited on Clint Worthington of The Spool and friend of the show Allison Shoemaker for a special bonus episode of The Televerse. Allison, Clint, and Kate break down the good, the bad, and the ugly of…
 
After weeks with technical difficulties and colds, we’re finally back to our regular podcasting selves! This episode, as usual, Noel and Kate kick things off with their week in TV, starting with the comedies. After talking the Mom finale and catching up with What We Do in the Shadows, we move over to reality with RuPaul’s Drag Race and drama, with …
 
Kate is sick once again, so we’re keeping the podcast on the short side this episode. There’s still plenty of TV for us to cover, though. We kick things off with our week in TV, starting with the comedies, including Full Frontal with Samantha Bee’s “Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner 2,” Bob’s Burgers, and The Last O.G. Then Kate talks a li…
 
It’s late April, and it’s snowing in Chicago. Sounds like a perfect time to catch up with the first half of the first season of Jordan Peele’s reimagining of The Twilight Zone. This week on the podcast, Noel and Kate kick things off with their week in TV. We begin with the comedies and reality offerings, including Last Week Tonight with John Oliver…
 
The first of the spring finales are upon us, giving us plenty of TV to discuss this week on the podcast. First up, Noel and Kate talk through the week’s TV, including the aforementioned finales of Fresh Off the Boat and Speechless, Bob’s Burgers, What We Do in the Shadows, RuPaul’s Drag Race, The Good Fight, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Then we he…
 
It’s the first of several high-profile finales this month here at The Televerse. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend wrapped up its run with a thoughtful, emotional finale, not to mention an hour-long concert special, so Noel and Kate welcome back friend of the show Allison Shoemaker to send Rebecca Bunch off in style, spotlighting the series finale. Before that, …
 
Kate’s on location once again, so it’s another truncated podcast this week. After a brief discussion of Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop casting announcements, Noel and Kate kick things off with their week in TV. Veep is back for its final season, black-ish still has a Dre problem, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is riding high heading into its series finale, and Fresh …
 
Spring is here, bringing another wave of premieres and finales. Noel and Kate kick off their Week in TV with the comedies, including the premieres of Jane the Virgin, What We Do in the Shadows, and Abby’s, the finale of Miracle Workers, as well as Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Then it’s Supergirl, The Good Fight, and RuPaul’s Drag Race. Afterward, they head…
 
It’s the (beginning of the) end of a TV era: Supernatural announced it will be ending after next year’s season 15! Noel and Kate react to this unexpected news and more, before diving in with another entertaining set of episodes. We kick off Our Week in TV with genre, including the finale of Black Lightning and the debut of Lex Luthor on Supergirl. …
 
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