Punch Drunk TV
About This Show
Welcome to Punch Drunk TV where best frenemies Aaron Pruner and Jack Conway meet each week as they discuss everything they love and hate about TV. From the latest news to their picks for Winner and Loser of the week, these industry insiders offer an offbeat and hysterical perspective on all things television. Follow Aaron and Jack on Twitter at @aaronflux and @flatlinejack, and check out the podcast’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/PunchDrunkTV.
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Punch Drunk TV Ep. 86: It's Ryan Murphy's World, We're Just Living In It
4 days ago
Hey Clinkers, Happy Valentine's Week! To continue the lovefest, we want to know who is your TV crush? Could be a celebrity ... or even the character they played. Inquiring minds want to know ... This episode finds Aaron a bit loopy after a long day doing some bizarre background acting on a Disney Channel TV show. He was pelted with yogurt and ended up dressing as a Mexican Wrestler. So basically, he's sleep-deprived and drinking. Welcome to CrazyTown! NEWS HIGHLIGHTS THIS WEEK: Ryan Murphy is moving from 20th Century Fox to Netflix. His new five-year deal will pay the man $300-million dollars and goes into effect July 1st. Murphy will continue to serve as an exec producer on FX's "American Horror Story," "American Crime Story," "Feud," "Pose" and Fox's "911." In its first three days, "The Cloverfield Paradox" had 2.8 million viewers — which is one-fourth the size of the audience for "Bright," which brought in roughly 11-million dollars in its first three days on the platform. "The Daily Show's" Michelle Wolf — basically the best correspondent on "The Daily Show" during the Trevor Noah years — has signed on for her own late-night show on Netflix. It'll premiere later this year. "New Girl's" Hannah Simone will star in ABC's "Greatest American Hero" reboot After a 20-episode first season, Netflix has canceled "Disjointed" Mary J. Blige will star in Netflix's "Umbrella Academy." This is Blige's first ever series regular gig. According to The Hollywood Reporter, she will play the role of Cha-Cha, "a ruthless and unorthodox hit-woman who travels through time to kill assigned targets. She is sadistic, sociopathic, and her reputation precedes her. Her true love is torture, and she thinks of herself as a "pain artist." She really doesn't care for people — except for her partner Hazel." AARON'S LOSERS: "Supernatural," "The Resident" and "