Episode 65 and Ped, and Aaron are back for another lively discussion and digging into the all details from the week. Huge thanks to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up here!
This week the lads start the top of the pod by recapping some of the shows they’ve been watching. Aaron discusses his Picard, Doctor Who, and the highly received Hunters on Amazon Prime. Ped on the hand, jumped in to an F1 documentary on Netflix.
Jumping into the bulk of the show, and the guys had to talk at the top of the show about the big news surrounding The Batman, which was our first look at the Bat-mobile. The guys give their opinions on where they think the major influences for this version of Batman’s car came from, while also ridiculing some of the past iterations.
Late last week, it was reported that M.A.S.K. had found a write for a future project. Problem was, not knew this had the potential to be anything. Aaron and Ped discuss whether it’s the right 80’s property to adapt given the copious amounts of animation to choose from during that period.
A surprise trailer dropped this week for a Sony property Connected, and it looks brilliant. Check out the trailer below.
Over the weekend, Doctor Who had its series twelve finale, and the ending was – wow! The lads provide their opinions on what this could mean to the future of the Doctor.
It wouldn’t be an episode of Nerds Social Club without finding a way to talk about Disney+. Ped breaks down the details of the big announcement as Disney and Sky commit to working with each other.
Now Disney was supposed to have a big European launch tonight (March 5, 2020), but due to the fears of Coronavirus it was rescheduled to the following week, and now the event will be webinar only. The virus has continued to wreak havoc all over the world, and MGM decided it was safer to push the premier date from April 10th, to November 25. The guys discuss all of the other impacts the virus could have on the entertainment industry.
Finally on Episode 65, and using the best crafted segue ever, Aaron and Ped go deep into the news that The Last of Us will be getting its own series on HBO.