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.
Most Recent Episode
Punch Drunk TV Ep. 63: Dan Harmon Shows You His Spiral
4 days ago
It's been a garbage fire of a week. We can all agree on that, yes? So while we attempt to concentrate solely on the TV items of the week that really got our attention, Episode 63 of Punch Drunk TV does delve a wee bit into the chaos America has gone through over the past few days. There's talk of Nazis and Donald Trump in this episode. You've been warned... NEWS: HBO still thinks "Confederate" is a good idea and has released a new statement defending the series’ development. HBO Espana and HBO Nordic accidentally posted this Sunday’s episode of “Game of Thrones,” titled “Death is the Enemy,” ahead of time. HBO has been in an alleged standoff with a hacker who has demanded money from the company. HBO denies offering the hacker money, but an email was leaked detailing a “$250,000 bounty payment.” In the end, new episodes of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Insecure” and “Ballers,” along with shows that have yet to premiere, “Barry” and “The Deuce” were leaked to torrent sites. Bryan Fuller and Martha De Laurentiis have begun talks in bringing "Hannibal" back for a fourth season. Amazon is turning the Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett novel “Good Omens” into a miniseries starring Michael Sheen and David Tennant. NBC is shutting down Seeso later this year. Seth Meyers is developing a “The Munsters” reboot at NBC. According to Deadline, it will be “a half-hour single-camera” series and “follow members of an offbeat family who are determined to stay true to themselves but struggle to fit in in hipster Brooklyn.” Netflix has canceled "Gypsy" after one season but has renewed "Ozark" and "GLOW." Netflix has signed a multi-year deal with Shonda Rhimes, creator of ABC's "Grey’s Anatomy," "Scandal," "How to Get Away With Murder" and "The Catch."