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The Weekly Planet

Planet Broadcasting

The Weekly Planet covers all things movies, TV shows and comics. Often considered the first and worst podcast on the Planet Broadcasting Network. more

PublishesTwice weeklyEpisodes825Founded11 years ago
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We're finishing off the Wolverine Trilogy with what's considered it's strongest entry, Logan. A reflection on aging, loss, grief, parenthood and what it means to stab a bunch of people with your clone daughter. Terrific performances all round and an ... more

2 days ago

This week we're talking two big movies with both the legacy sequel Twisters and Despicable Me 4 with the help of Jackson Bailey and Joel Duscher from Sanspants radio. We also talk the passing of a legend in Shelly Duvall, trailers for Agatha All Alon... more

6 days ago

We've hit the middle child of the Wolverine trilogy with 2013's The Wolverine! Acting as a redemption arc for both the character and the response to X-Men Origins: Wolverine a burnt out Logan heads on over to Japan for action, romanace, trauma and to... more

9 days ago

Huge episode this week with reviews of both Inside Out 2 (with Bron Lewis and Claire Tonti stopping by) and Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F. Plus we get into the news of the week including the Batman Arkham Series being cancelled, new on set Superman photo... more

13 days ago


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 32.4k ratings
  • Bring back Maso

    What a great way to ruin an episode of a podcast about predominantly about boy stuff, get your misses and her friend on to talk about emotions and Tina Arena. I miss maso. Five stars Hey Siri play Tina Arena chains

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    Australia12 days ago
  • I have the complete DVD box set with one side shaped like Little James' head and the other side shaped like Maso's beard- there wasn't enough room for his face.

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  • Best Podcast Ever?

    James & Maso have been talking at me for 10 years now. From listening to the pod on the way to school, work even road trips to Corowa. more

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    Australia17 days ago
  • My best friends from Australia

    I have never met either of these wonderful people but I feel like I know them, this show is just a perfect slice of happiness and it has brightened my life ever since I started listening years ago (not sure if it was day one but not far off) more

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    United Kingdom18 days ago

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