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Decoding TV: Succession Season 3 Look-Back and Season 4 Preview
Big news: Kim Renfro and David Chen will be recapping Succession for its 4th and final season!
In this special season 4 preview episode for Decoding TV, we discuss:
Why is it we love Succession so much?
Where we left off with each of the Roy characters at the end of season 3
Jesse Armstrong’s comments on why he wanted to end the show
Where we think season 4 will wrap up
Where we want to see each of the Roys end up
The biggest jettisoned plotlines from earlier on in the show
And much more!
To get the rest of the episodes, head over to podcast.decodingtv.com or find us wherever you get your podcasts!
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Decoding TV Preview: 1899 Season 1
Over on the Decoding TV podcast, David Chen, Joy, and Kim Renfro recorded a bonus episode discussing season 1 of Netflix's 1899. In this excerpt we discussed our overall thoughts on the show. Later, we dive into our thoughts on the production design, each character's arc, and the unexpected ending to season 1.
This clip contains the NON-SPOILER parts of our conversation. To listen to our full spoiler chat, go here. Find Decoding TV on Apple Podcasts or wherever your podcasts are found.
Bonus Ep. - Dispatch from the Game of Thrones Official Fan Convention
David Chen and Kim Renfro are back! In this bonus episode, Kim Renfro describes her experiences attending the Game of Thrones Official Fan Convention (the first officially licensed fan convention!). Which panels did she see and what did she learn about the current and future state of Game of Thrones/House of the Dragon? Listen to find out!
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House of the Dragon Season 1 Post-Mortem
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In this A Cast of Kings bonus episode, David Chen and Kim Renfro reflect on the first season of House of the Dragon. What questions remain unanswered? What themes stick out the most? And what was it like to make a podcast about it all? Listen to find out.
Programming note: Kim and I plan to do other bonus episodes throughout the year as Game of Thrones/House of the Dragon news breaks. Keep it tuned in to A Cast of Kings for more!
WATCH: David's special send-off for Kim this season
Kim Renfro: What book chapters should you read to brush up on House of the Dragon?
Kim Renfro: 11 questions the House of the Dragon season left unanswered
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Decoding TV Bonus Ep: The White Lotus Season 1 Lookback and Season 2 Preview (with Roxana Hadadi)
Hey folks, it's David Chen here. The second season of The White Lotus will debut on October 30 on HBO and run for 7 episodes, and I’m thrilled to share that the Decoding TV podcast will be recapping and reviewing each episode. Furthermore, I’m excited to announce that my co-host will be Roxana Hadadi, a TV critic at Vulture.com and one of my favorite writers on the internet today.
In this Decoding TV bonus ep, we discuss season 1 of The White Lotus, with a particular focus on its finale. Where did we leave off with each of these characters? What was this show trying to say about wealth and privilege, and how effectively did it say it? And what about that whole murder mystery plot? Listen to hear our thoughts on all of the above!
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À propos de A Cast of Kings - A House of the Dragon Podcast
Decoding TV Presents A Cast of Kings: A quasi-weekly discussion of the plots, themes and highlights of the HBO series "House of the Dragon." Your hosts Dave Chen (The Filmcast and The Tobolowsky Files) and Kim Renfro (entertainment reporter at Insider, author of The Unofficial Guide to Game of Thrones) will dish up both praise and criticism and will try not to sound too pompous if the book was better. Questions, comments, oaths of fealty? Email [email protected]