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The Ringer-Verse

The Ringer
TV & Film

'The Ringer-Verse' is your go-to nexus podcast feed for all things nerd culture and fandom. Hosted by a rotating lineup of The Ringer’s expert superfans—including The Midnight Boys Van Lathan and Charles Holmes and Mallory Rubin and Joanna Robinson from 'The House of R’—episodes provide energetic instant reactions to the latest releases, immersive deep dives on story themes and canon, mind-bending theories, and fresh takes on all of the superhero, sci-fi, and fantasy stories you love, from the MCU to 'Star Wars', DC to 'Game of Thrones', and beyond.


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4.6 out of 5 stars from 3.1k ratings
  • Thank you so much

    I love the ringer but GD I love the midnight boys. I am not going to pick favorites but I can’t help but love the hot takes and discourse. The discussions the debates. But most of all the family that they pod invites you into their house of mouse and pewpew. They have helped me appreciate film differently. I’ve binged every episode and the best coverage in this catalog is ANDOR. I was barely a SW fan when I became aware of Rogue One and it’s my personal favorite Star War. I was raised in the 80s... more

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    mr feck
    United Statesa month ago
  • I’m locked in

    I’ve had a blast listening to these dudes throughout the pandemic.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Slow to start but good overall

    The midnight boys are a good hang overall but sometimes it can be hard to listen. Charles is insufferable with his non-stop negativity. And despite Van’s best efforts to keep him in check it’s tough to swallow. Like he wants to be a contrarian for the sake of being a contrarian. Also every episode does not get to the meat of it until after 8 to 10 minutes of Ringer commercials and prologue. Mallory and Joanna suffered from This too. Aside from those drawbacks, the show can be entertaining if you... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Unsubscribed

    Enjoyed this feed for a long time. Just listened to midnight boys ahsoka episode 3. And had to turn it off. People can like what they like and I have no issues with someone disliking something I like. I found Charles constantly shaming Jomi and Van for the bits they liked and shouting over them to do it just too much. It felt that he was wanting to shame anyone who enjoyed the episode and that doesn’t feel like the spirit of fandom or the spirit of the ringerverse. Healthy debate is good but dis... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdoma month ago
  • What are we doing here?

    Seems like that is their favorite question. Occasionally they actually make the shows more interesting but usually they just like to complain about shows not being as good as they think we deserve. It’s tiresome.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago

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