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Trial by Content

The Ringer
TV & Film

Every week, Joanna Robinson, Dave Gonzales, and Neil Miller enter the pop-culture discourse with a lively (and occasionally heated) debate pegged to the biggest new releases in film and television. In addition to bringing their own answer, they also consider submissions from listeners and the occasional special guest. Together via rigorous debate and a listener poll, the hosts and audience venture on a quest to find the perfect answer for each of the greatest pop culture questions of our time.

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Latest Episodes

This week, Dave, Neil, and Joanna are debating the worst live-action adaptation of a cartoon! But first, Joanna starts by revealing her thoughts on Netflix’s new show, ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender,’ and how it adapts the original animated series (6:40... more

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This week, Dave, Neil, and Joanna are debating the worst movie to watch on a first date! But first, Dave starts by telling Joanna and Neil all about ‘Madame Web’ so that they don’t have to watch it (10:56). Then, they tell some of their worst movie-d... more

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This week, in honor of the 50-year anniversaries of ‘Young Frankenstein’ and ‘Blazing Saddles,’ Dave, Neil, and Joanna are debating the best movie directed by Mel Brooks! They start by talking about the legend that is Mel Brooks and the impact of his... more

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Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars from 318 ratings
  • MCU crossover content is gross at this point

    Want to listen to two writers who have turned their MCU book manuscript into their publisher explain to you why the phase 4 films aren’t as bad as you thought they were when you watched them yourself?! yeah, me either. they don’t actually acknowledge the conflict of interest from that lens anywhere either, they’re just like… “if you notice it don’t call us out on it!”. they’re not smart of funny either, to be fair to them.

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    flangeslammer
    United States2 months ago
  • The best!

    Would listen to them discuss literally anything! Smartest podcast at The Ringer!!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Hellysil
    United States2 months ago
  • Pretty good

    I mostly love this show, but every now and then it feels a bit too scripted. Sometimes it seems like the hosts are trying to show off their film knowledge by picking a black and white movie from 1956 seen by less than a hundred people instead of picking the popular movie that grossed a billion dollars. But it’s a fun concept and the best parts of the show are when they actually banter back and forth.

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    I. C. Weeener
    United States3 months ago
  • Staying tuned… for now

    I really like the concept & the hosts overall but their delivery & flow makes it difficult to listen to… I don’t think they’re actually smirking as they speak but it sounds like they are the majority of the time… there is also a distracting amount of “um”s… the debates are what makes the show interesting but it undermines the faith in the host’s position when it sounds like they aren’t totally sure of their own opinion… not sure if this is something that can be tightened up with more prep or pos... more

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    AccioPixie196
    United States3 months ago
  • Big Mouth erasure!

    Love the format of this show. But not a single mention of Big Mouth on the adult animation episode? Dense jokes, relatable characters, and probably the greatest single premise ever!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    douggernaut92
    United States4 months ago

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Chart Rankings

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