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TV, I Say w/ Ashley Ray

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TV, I Say with Ashley Ray is a podcast dedicated to all things TV, hosted by Ashley Ray, the internet’s leading TV pop culture expert! A writer for Vulture, The A.V. Club and Vice, each week Ashley keeps listeners up to date on the shows everyone is talking about, digs deep into classic tropes, and breaks down the best moments in television with some of your favorite comedians, actors, TV writers and more! TV, I Say with Ashley Ray is the hangout sitcom of a podcast you’ve been waiting for. Theme song by RaFia. Artwork by Chastity Hyman.


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Latest Episodes

For our season 1 finale, we have Amy Solomon and Sydnee Washington on TV, I Say to talk about Industry and Notes From The Bathroom Line! On The Watch List, Ashley's teenage nieces join the discussion to see if they can convince her Genera+ion is a re... more

a year ago

Nicole Cliffe joins TV I Say to talk through some of TV's latest and greatest pop culture moments: The Britney Spears doc, Meghan and Harry, Allen vs. Farrow! On The Watch List, Ashley talks about the Superstore finale, The Goldbergs and more! more

a year ago

Melissa DuPrey, Grey's Anatomy's Dr. Sara Ortiz, joins TV I Say to talk about everyone's favorite longest running show! On The Watch List, Ashley reviews Genera+ion, Intervention, The Great North and more! more

a year ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 89 ratings
  • Excellent recommendations

    The interviews are fun and sound so natural. Plus I love that I’m always getting put on to new shows and documentaries. Top notch commentary too!

    Apple Podcasts
    Just Tryna Review
    United Statesa year ago
  • Enjoyable mix of topics and great guests. Love the vibe, informed, fun, down to earth. Very chill TV podcast!

    Adina Kruskal
    a year ago
  • Fun Listen

    Great podcast with great interviews. I love listening to their show descriptions and recommendations.

    Apple Podcasts
    th mn 2018
    United Statesa year ago
  • Thaaaaank chu!!

    The last few weekends my partner and I have been STRUGGLING to find something to watch. I’m somewhat of a scammer, and have managed to get Apple TV, HBO MAX, Prime TV, Hulu, Netflix and Peacock log ins from my friends and family. I don’t pay for streaming services because it seems like THERE IS NEVER ANYTHING TO WATCH but I loooove this podcast. Listening to Ashley talk about some shows I’ve watched and surprisingly a bunch of shows I need to watch is my new Podcast highlight of the week!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Ashley is the expert

    On her journey to conquering all media, Ashley has graced us once again with her takes on TV. This time, for your ears! We love it, we want more of it, thank you Ashley!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago

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