Remember the "best and worst of" categories featured in your high school year book? We do that with TV shows. We scour the internet to find the best and worst episodes of popular tv shows. We watch them. We talk about them. Sometimes it's funny, sometimes it's serious and sometimes we make you think. Hosted by Dom, Greg and James. Three children of the 80's that love television and are remarkably average in every way.
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Well done and entertaining. They always give some recap and context so you can enjoy the look back at iconic TV from a different time, whether you are familiar with the particular show they’re covering or not.
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The TV Yearbook launched a year ago and published 17 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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