One year in, Chris and Andy reflect on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the entertainment industry. They talk about how it has affected Oscar nominations and award shows in general (5:16); the lack of central, water-cooler TV shows (32:02); and shows that have had success during the pandemic such as The Last Dance, The Queen’s Gambit, and Grey’s Anatomy (41:53).
The State of the Television Industry One Year Into the Pandemic
Chris and Andy reflect on how the pandemic has affected new and old TV shows, the Oscars, and more
Mike and Jesse discuss Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, and Curt Schilling missing out on the Hall of Fame
Plus, Chris and Andy discuss the combined streaming service for HBO Max and Discovery+
Logan and Raja discuss Anthony Davis’s historic stretch over the past 10 games before Sam Amick joins the show to talk about his story on Trae Young’s decision to not play Friday after a disagreement with his head coach, Nate McMillan
Hurts vs. the World and Cincy’s Big Win With Sheil Kapadia. Plus Trent Dilfer on His Move to UAB, CFP Selection, and USA Goes Home With Ceruti.
Plus, Russillo shares his five most important takeaways from NFL Week 13
Plus, Dave, Kaz, and Cameron discuss Ronda Rousey vs. Shayna Baszler and Ricochet winning the Smackdown World Cup