It’s two weeks until the Oscars ceremony awards the best movies of 2017, and your three favorite millennials are here to discuss their predictions, their favorites, and their most tragic snubs.
For our second episode of The Big Binge, Willoughby, HT, and Rebecca are discussing season 1 of The Americans, the FX spy thriller show, in honor of its upcoming sixth and final season.
Up next: The Americans Season 2.
Your three favorite millennials name their most new and returning anticipated TV shows of 2018. Yes, including the ones that are already airing, we know we’re late.
It’s time for your three favorite millennials to sing praises about ‘The Good Place,’ which just wrapped up its second season last week. Is it the best sitcom on TV? Or even the best show on TV right now? We discuss.
Your three favorite millennials review ‘Paddington 2,’ the best movie of the year! (At least, according to Anya and HT). We discuss the marmalade-loving bear and Sallie Hawkins transcendent performances.
Your three favorite millennials count down their most anticipated movies of 2018, from Black Panther, to Ocean’s 8, to Annihilation. What are your most anticipated movies of the year?
Welcome to the first episode of the Millennial Falcon spinoff series – The Big Binge! Every month Hoai-Tran Bui, Willoughby Dobbs, and previous Falcon guest Rebecca Fuger get together and talk about a season of television they just binged. This month: Amazon’s new golden globe-winning series, ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.’
Anya and HT kick off the new year with their pop culture resolutions of TV shows, movies, and books they’ve been meaning to check off their lists, as well as a discussion on what pop culture consumption means in the new age of social media.
Plus: Anya broke the rules with TWO Really Likes (but it’s okay, HT forgave her) by catching up on ‘Call Me By Your Name‘ & ‘Your Name‘ and shouting out the Winter Olympics, and HT thinks ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘ is simply… marvelous.
Happy 100 episodes! It’s the 100th episode of The Millennial Falcon, falling appropriately on the last day of 2017. So your three favorite millennials have invited all our listeners — millennial or not — to share with us what they “really liked” about pop culture in 2017. We run down the best of movies, TV, music, video games, books, and more.
What did you really like in 2017?
Your three favorite millennials review ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi.’ Is it the best Star Wars movie since the original trilogy? Listen to our discussion to find out.