Hype Podcast

Episode #87 – The First Rule of Deadpool

Hosted by Selina Wilken, Pamela Gocobachi

February 18, 2016

Selina and Pam break down the latest news from Cursed Child, Star Wars, Gilmore Girls, Game of Thrones and the Grammys. But first: Deadpool (no spoilers).

How We Hype:
Deadpool! One of us loved it, one of us… appreciated it for what it was
– Pam attended the Hunger Games exhibition, and watched the YouTube documentary A Trip to Unicorn Island.

Deadpool news roundup: It’s breaking records, almost definitely getting a sequel, and we’re super stoked for the X-Force movie
Hamilton goes to the Grammys, educates the world
– Also kudos to Kendrick Lamar
– The Cursed Child script book is coming, and there’ll be release parties… but are we still the right audience?
– VERY important question: Which Hogwarts House would you sort each of the Harry Potter books into?!
Star Wars: Episode 8 teaser!!
– Lego will be doing LEGO Star Wars: The Resistance Rises “prequels” to TFA. The first is titled “Poe to the Rescue”
– Pam has possibly figured out the premise of the Gilmore Girls reunion
– The Game of Thrones season 6 teaser is eerie and all, but enough with the dead characters…
– Bryan Fuller is helming the Star Trek TV show, but what about the American Gods adaptation?
– We finally have a Droughtlander end date
– The Fuller House trailer promises a return to form… maybe?

TV Show of the Week:
– Selina is done with Lucifer
– Pam was very impressed with the Walking Dead return episode.

In Listener Feedback, we take recommendations for The Magicians, tackle some The 100 Special feedback, and discover that not everyone in the entire world loves Gilmore Girls!

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