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The Obsessive Viewer Podcast – Ep 179 – Bonus Ep – SDCC 2016 Trailers and Announcements (Guest: Robert Fekkes)

RIGHT CLICK IMAGE, SAVE LINK AS TO DOWNLOAD THE EPISODE… http://traffic.libsyn.com/obsessiveviewer/OV179.mp3 OV179 – Bonus Ep – SDCC 2016 Trailers and Announcements (Guest: Robert Fekkes) In this bonus episode of the podcast, Matt and guest Robert Fekkes discuss the various trailers and announcements unveiled at San Diego Comic Con 2016.

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TV Review: Bates Motel – 203 – “Caleb”

Television has long had a tradition of “water cooler moments.” They’re scenes or whole episodes where some big game changer happens and the audience is left in such a state of awe, they immediately discuss it at the water cooler at work the next day. Even though DVR and Netflix, not to mention Internet communities and social media, have significantly […]

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The Week in TV: Oct. 6th-12th, 2013

Yikes. I did not watch hardly any TV this week. This is highly unusual for me. I should explain that I had a very busy week and Shocktober viewings took precedence over television. As a result, I watched three things. Read my thoughts below and prepare yourselves for a much longer entry next weekend seeing as I will have plenty […]

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Editorial: How Facebook Ruined Your HIMYM Finale…

I’m hastily writing this at 2am after having just watched the How I Met Your Mother season 8 finale. I wrote about HIMYM not too long ago, so I wasn’t really planning on writing a postseason wrap up of it. But some interesting things happened tonight, both on and off the screen, and I feel like commenting on it. (SPOILERS AHEAD)…

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Pilot

Hello. I’m the Obsessive Viewer. Welcome. I decided to start this blog because more and more people are embracing an addiction to screens and with far more viewing options than we’ve ever had before, it’s really easy to get a fix. We’re living in a time where the entertainment industry is competing with rapidly evolving technology to deliver content as conveniently as possible. People are watching Boardwalk Empire on tablets on the commute to work. They’re watching The Avengers while jogging on the treadmill and streaming Netflix on their lunch break. We are no longer shackled by arbitrary schedules and show times. And the amount of content at our fingertips is extraordinarily overwhelming. So allow me to use this blog […]