The Shade of it All Podcast Trifecta is complete! After having co-hosts Katie Compa and Sharron Paul we complete the set with the biggest TV lover of them all, Kyle-Steven Porter. Kyle came with a list so long, he'll have to return sometime soon, but what Sue and Kyle discussed this week were shows like Doll House, Invader Zim and other shows that were gone too soon from TV. Kyle aslso discusses fantastic shows with staying power like The Simpsons, RuPaul's Drag Race, and Mad TV.
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Need something to get you through the Bitch Sesh break? Sue Funke and LaKendra Tookes are here for you talking Real Housewives of everywhere. We get into the rumors around Kenya, Nene's nipple freedom, the greatness RHONY will be, what we want from our housewives and how RHOBH are bringing it. There's also a little Vanderpump Rules because we are about the pasta. This one is for you, our fellow Whispering Alenes.
Co-Founder of The LES Film Festival, and lead actress of Logo's Vicki and Lysander, Shannon Walker is a lover of all things entertaoinment - espeically TV. Shannon discusses some housewives information up-top to help us all get through this Bitch Sesh-less week, but then gets into amazing acting moments and shows that made TV what it is today.
Julia Carias-Linares has developed some of your favorite reality shows. Noteably, Julia's works on the FYI hit series Married At First Sight. Julia joined Sue to discuss The Super Bowl, The Olympics, and Netflix's new Ryan Murphy deal which stars Barbara Streisand. Learn about all this, and her top five shows which include In Living Color and This Is Us.
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Comedian and writer Jourdain Searles chats with Sue Funke about the 2018 Grammy's, the Deception trailer from ABC, and the episode of Roseanne that reasonate with her the most. She also delves into why she won't watch the new Roseanne, how Claire is the best on Sixe Feet Under, and why Nana is the Anime soap opera we all dereseve.
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Comedian Kendra Cunningham comes on the podcast to discuss a wide variety of shows that have stuck with her over the years. Kendra brings reality shows such as America's Next Top Model, innovative comedies like The Review and American Vandal and old school shows like Happy Days and Maud.
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This week on I Love TV More Than You, Sarah Epler from MTV.com Social Media comes with a rekindled love of TV. She discusses her first watch of Soprano's that she's currently doing with her fiance. Her Top 5 TV moments and show include some of the smartest teen dramas: Gilmore Girls, Gossip Girl, and Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
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Comedian and television production professional David Hodorowski (@thathodorowskikid on instagram) stayed late at work with his co-worker Sue Funke and their other co-worker Shawn Hollenbach and told us his favorite TV moments over some vodka sodas. This episode truly brings out the greatness of TV with the joy of The Crown, how Judge Judy can bring families together, and the importance of recording The Simpsons on the right setting on VCRs.
This episode was recorded before The Golden Globes, but the gang somehow already knew what happened. Okay, so we didn't but we wanted to acknowledge it since it's Wednesday, January 10th and we couldn't record on the 9th due to work requirements. Enjoy the predictions and don't forget to subscribe, rate, and share with your friends.
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Comedian Jenn Wehrung brings her top 5 favorite TV moments that spans decades. From the impossible-to-find TV movie 'Quaterback Princess' to Little Britain, Jenn's shows may show her age, but also her appreciation for great TV. Don't miss the top of the episode where the ringing in of 2018 on TV is dicussed in great length along with a behind-the-scenes tangent about 'So You Wanna Be a Diva'
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