Shawn Hollenbach and Sue Funke have known each other for well over a decade from their time on the stand-up comedy scene. Shawn's also been the person who got Sue her job at Logo and A+E Networks (he'll claim it was all her resume, but he's too kind.) Listen as they discuss behind the scenes Drag Race information, the vulnerability of Valerie Cherish and the most important news event he wathed unfold on TV.
Comedian Claudia Cogan is one of Sue's favorite comedians (yet somehow Sue completely blanked that Claudia had been on Last Comic Standing.) Claudia also loves TV and which is what makes her qualified to disect just what makes some shows so much fun to hate-watch. She also a list of some of her favorite shows to discuss like The Great British Bake-Off and The Good Place.
Kwanza Osajyefo is the author of the graphic novel BLACK which is being made into a feature movie. He also worked with Sue at About.com a lifetime ago. On this podcast they discuss the ridiculous appearance of Sean Spicer, the well deserved Emmy award winners that happened to be diverse, and his top five TV moments. Check this out to hear how a TV show once healed him and for an hour and a half of pop culture banter. The pouring sound you hear is red wine (Bogle Old Vine Zinfandel).
Thank you for listening! If you'd like to chat back please tweet @iluvtvmorethanu or leave a comment on Facebook.com/ILoveTVMoreThanYou
Episode 7: Ben from Pretty Little Podcasters and Murder We Spoke Talks Emmys and His Top 5 TV Categories
Ben Tahija is from the Pretty Little Podcasters and Murder We Spoke brings a new twist to the top 5 shows. He created lists of:
- the best TV episode
- the best TV season
- the best TV series
- the best shows you never seen but need to
...and a ton of other things about TV you might not know you needed to know.
Please download, subscribe, and share this podcast with fellow TV loving friends!
Comedian Darin Patterson is known for his podcast The Virgin Chronicles and his amazing wit. He's also a known storyteller and graces this podcast with the tale of his win on a trivia show, proving that he truly loves TV. Darrin came prepared with an episodes of The Twilight Zone and The Simpsons that will never leave his brain, as well as his love for the perfection that is the series, Breaking Bad. You can follow Darin at @DarinCredible on Twitter and find out where and when you can see him live at DarinCredible.com.
Thank you for listening, subscribing, and if you have the time - reviewing! Help other TV loving friends join the conversation by writing reviews and sharing the podcast. It's a great way to kill time between commerical breaks.
Comedian and noted author/editor Selena Coppock and Sue Funke have been friends since, well according to this photo at least 2009, but likely much longer. The two comedy pals not only love to tell hilarious stories of their life, but also enjoy conversation about television shows old and new. Selena's guest appearance on I Love TV More Than you brings us deep cuts like Sisters and Ghost Writer, and the current season of The Bachelorette.
Follow Selena @SelenaCoppock on social, and download/subscribe to this podcast so you never miss another week of fun TV chats! Review us on iTunes so more people will join the TV loving subculture we're building.
Episode 4: Tommy Geraci Talks Social Media, Strong Female Leads in TV, and the Impact of Will and Grace
Tommy Geraci, better known as @teeco71 to people who Tweet TV Shows, is this week's TV lovin' guest. Tommy is a social media influencer and talks to Sue about Facebook becoming a TV network. Tommy also brings insights about the best shows old and new like; The Golden Girls, Bewitched, Will & Grace, Younger, Supernatural and more!
Download, Share, and Review! And of course, thank you for being a fan, xo!
TV fan and former worker from TV Land, Audrey Gater, joins Sue Funke to discuss their love of Game of Thrones, how their excited for a female Dr. Who and how Hands Maid Tale is worth the watching immediately. WARNING: This episode was edited by someone who is a novice at audio editing. There were some disruptions that caused random blips. Apologies for issues. Feel free to leave reviews complaining, because that's what the internet is for.
Comedian Katie Compa discusses her favorite TV morments from I Love Lucy to Mad Men to That 70s Show, see if you can find the common theme! Please subscribe and review, and talkback to the podcast at @iluvtvmorethanu on Twitter or TheSueFunke on all social media.
Editor and TV fan Dennis Sarlo joins host Sue Funke to discuss Emmy news, Sense8's second chance, and his top five TV momements and TV Shows. Follow @dennissarlo for more, and please subscribe for more weekly TV talk!