Whitney and Ellen get back at it after their summer hiatus by talking about the summer’s most bingeable show, Stranger Things. 80’s nostalgia, conspiracy theory, Winona Ryder, and a hot dad sheriff, it’s all here. Plus, we delve into how the Netflix model is changing how we watch TV, for better or for worse. As always, Whitney tries to embarrass Ellen in a new game, this time quizzing her on Netflix taglines.
Can Hollywood make anything original? Whitney and Ellen take a stab at answering that question and try to explore the current landscape of Hollywood. Plus, we lay down our Summer 2016 box office predictions. Who will come off conqueror in our latest competition? Will Ellen continue her total domination over Whitney?
Whitney and Ellen get into it over the heated subject of Marvel vs. DC. Who’s winning? Is it even a feud to begin with? We know you will have opinions. Plus, another humiliating game of Truth or Dare in which Whitney does some stellar musical impressions and Ellen spits some rhymes from Hamilton with a mouthful of popcorn.
Whitney and Ellen gab about their favorite period dramas (and boy, do they have opinions on those). Plus, the stirring conclusion to their Oscars pool in which Whitney has to try and struggle through a dramatic reading of horrible fanfiction featuring multiple Batmans (Batmen?) and a buff Mickey Mouse. You have to hear it to believe it.
Whitney and Ellen are joined by their cousin Sam (for the male perspective) to go over some of the big releases that we have to look forward to in 2016. Is this the year we finally get sick of superhero movies? (Mmm, probably not). Does Whitney’s roommate have really bad taste in music that she blasts through their apartment? (Spoiler: Yes). Also, the gang throws out some crazy hypothetical situations to try and stump each other. Is there any situation in which Ellen would not go on a date with a Marvel Chris? Listen to find out.
*Circumstances led to Ellen having to use a very bad mic. Apologies in advance.
Whitney and Ellen discuss the pros and cons from a bringing back a show from that underworld known as cancellation. Is it a good thing or bad thing for the landscape of television? But more importantly, has it ever been done well? Plus, the ladies lay down their bets for their Fangirly Oscar Pool. Who will win? And who will have to suffer the consequences of losing? (Odds are, Whitney).
Ellen and Whitney go through their favorites of 2015, everything ranging from books to music, movies and TV, performances and scenes. We’ve got you covered. Will Ellen go a full hour without talking about Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? (Don’t count on it.) Will Whitney be able to overlook the swooniness of Oscar Isaac? (Don’t put money on it.) But still listen to find out.
Whitney and Ellen get a little ranty (well, mainly Ellen) about negativity on the internet, mainly in relation to the Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Do we all just take in culture differently or do people get off on being sticks in the mud? Plus, Whitney puts Ellen to the test with a round of Holiday Movie themed Marry, Boff, Kill. Will Ellen have to kill off her main crush from Star Wars, BB-8? Listen to find out.
Ellen and Whitney get deep into it while discussing strong females on TV and movies, diving into which shows are doing the ladies proud and which have some explaining to do. How are gender politics affecting fandoms? And is SNL doing right by its ladies? Plus, a rapid fire game of Either/Or to get to know us better. Star Wars or Star Trek? Friends or Seinfeld? Listen to find out!
With an early episode just in time for Halloween, Whitney and Ellen dish on all of their favorite spooky pop culture, including what they put on their Halloween playlists, the first movie to scare their socks off, and who from the horror villain gallery they would prefer to be their murderer. Plus, Whitney throws out some crazy hypotheticals in a Halloween themed game of Would You Rather!
For this episode, we discuss our hits and misses of the 2015 Fall TV season, both new shows and returning. Also, they get a bit giggly playing a game of Truth or Dare. Listen as Ellen does horrible celebrity impressions and Whitney reveals who she thinks would be a real lion in the boudoir.
We are so excited to announce our new podcast: THE FANGIRLY SHOW!
For our first episode EVER (!), we talk about superheroes on TV and the offerings brought to us by Marvel (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Daredevil, Agent Carter) and DC (Arrow, The Flash, Gotham, and soon Supergirl).