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The Watch

The Ringer
TV & Film

Every week, The Ringer's Andy Greenwald and Chris Ryan -- longtime friends and pop culture addicts -- break down the latest in TV, movies, and music.

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Latest Episodes

Chris and Andy talk about the Sundance Film Festival going all virtual this year and what that means for the film industry (12:57). Then they talk about the recent string of hits from HBO Max (20:02) before getting into how ‘1883’ and ‘Vigil’ represe... more

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Chris and Andy talk about the imminent return of ‘Ozark’ and the news that Netflix’s subscriber growth is slowing (1:00). Then they get into some franchise talk, hitting ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ (16:45), the forthcoming ‘Lord of the Rings’ TV show ... more

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Chris and Andy give some final thoughts on 'Station Eleven' and what made this season of TV so special for them (1:00). Then they run through a few shows they're enjoying right now, like 'Euphoria' and 'Vigil' (19:20), before Chris is joined by 'Yell... more

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Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars from 4.6k ratings
  • Andy Greenwood is Insufferable

    This Andy clown is a caricature of a podcast host. He rambles and pontificates and makes absolutely horrible attempts at humor and then after five or ten minutes of blathering on he says absolutely nothing of substance. The other dude is absolutely horrible too, but compared to his partner he’s a succinct breath of fresh air. When people make sketches and jokes about completely pretentious podcast hosts, they could just recite a transcript of this garbage…although it might be too “on the nose” t... more

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    BobPine
    United States2 months ago
  • Succession Episode 8

    Terrific podcast as usual. Very insightful and entertaining. Succession is brilliant in so many ways starting with the writing and ending with the strongest cast of actors ever, and you guys do the show justice. You even do a reasonably good job of hiding your disdain for capitalism (and lack of a full understanding of it) unlike some of your colleagues at the Ringer, and approach the series’ broader themes on their own terms. Succession is terrific and so is the Watch. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    A.Carl Stratton
    United States2 months ago
  • You can just say what you want to say

    One guy talks in paragraphs while his sycophant giggles

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    itsPeteski
    United States2 months ago
  • C’mon guys!

    Gerri isn’t married. C’mon y’all, freaking know the canon like it’s ur job.

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    princessofthepea
    United States2 months ago
  • Laurie is NOT Gerrie’s husband!

    I’m sure I won’t be the only one to note that incorrect statement that Gerrie is married to Laurie. She has definitely talked about dating in past episodes and I believe she also once mentioned her husband dying in the same hospital where Logan was taken when he had his stroke. That said, you two offer amazing insights and commentary and I generally listen as soon as I’m done with an episode!

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    Noras two dogs
    United States2 months ago

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