Episode 133 – Fall 2018 Movie Preview

In part 2 of our fall TV and movie preview, your three favorite millennials list their top 5 most anticipated fall movies, from A Star is Born, to The Favourite, to Creed II.

Plus: Willoughby is back in The Good Place, Anya is alive with The Sound of Music, and HT is cautiously excited about Netflix’s upcoming live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender series.

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Episode 132 – Fall 2018 TV Preview

Your three favorite millennials honor a time-old tradition of listing their most anticipated fall TV of this year. Check out the first part of our annual fall TV and movie preview.

Plus: Willoughby loves American Vandal Season 2, Anya can’t stop talking about The Tale, and HT is traveling through time with her Doctor Who rewatch.

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Episode 131 – Millennial Book Club: Back to School

Your three favorite millennials kick off a new recurring feature: The Millennial Book Club, in which we assign each other anything but books. HT made Willoughby and Anya watch Persepolis, while HT was assigned John Mulaney’s two Netflix comedy specials, The Comeback Kid and Kid Gorgeous.

Plus: Willoughby is stuck to the new Spider-Man PS4 game, Anya raves about Colette, and HT is in awe of The Little Stranger.

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Episode 130 – This Is What Happened to the Rom-Com

Your three favorite millennials are joined by guest Krystala Skordalos to talk about the revival of a genre once thought to be dead: the rom-com. With Crazy Rich Asians, Juliet Naked, Destination Wedding, and Netflix’s slate of rom-coms, it looks like the genre is making a comeback! Or is it?

Plus: Krystala is helping out with a celebrity live-reading of The Goonies, Anya takes a bloody trip down memory lane with True Blood, Willoughby is watching BuzzFeed Unsolved, and HT caps off Asian August with Searching.

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Episode 129 – Horror Is Aliiiive

With Willoughby off to visit a pineapple under the sea, HT and Anya talk about their growing love for horror, and finally admit that yeah, they’re horror fans.

Plus: Anya recommends Netflix’s The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society while HT declares her eternal love for Ethan Hawke with Juliet, Naked.

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Episode 128 – Millennial Movie Review: Christopher Robin

Your three favorite millennials are back to review Christopher Robin, the latest live-action film from Disney. Does it capture the heart and whimsy of Winnie the Pooh? Find out!

Plus: Willoughby returns from a fun-filled Beach Episode, Anya met her Broadway hero Laura Osnes, and HT is reveling in the Asian-American-led rom-coms out now, Crazy Rich Asians and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before.

HT’s Crazy Rich Asians article.

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Episode 127 – The Wibbly-Wobbly Timey-Wimey Episode

Allons-y as your three favorite millennials go back in time to when they were uber fans of Doctor Who. But what — or who — could bring them back to the the long-running BBC sci-fi series? Stay tuned!

Plus: Willoughby dives into The Expanse, Anya loves You Were Never Really Here, and HT cries over Christopher Robin.

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Episode 124 – Representation Matters

In the wake of Scarlett Johansson’s casting controversy in the transgender biopic Rub & Tug, your three favorite millennials get real about representation in movies and TV, and what it means for minority communities.

Plus: Anya is revisiting Doctor Who, Willoughby was blown away by seeing 2001: A Space Odyssey in 70mm, and HT recommends Leave No Trace.

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