Jo, Diarmuid and Alex are back this week with more geeky goodness for your ears!
- Time-Waster of the Week: CarpenterSound (Thanks, Unflushable!)
- Marvel’s Shang-Chi casting rumours mention Donnie Yen, Ludi Lin and Ross Butler
- Brian Tyree Henry teases some origin story exploration in A Quiet Place 2
- FX’s Y: The Last Man adaptation has found its new showrunner
- Hunger Games prequel novel coming in 2020
- When They See Us
- Jessica Jones – Season 3
- The Good Fight – Season 3
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Since you seem to be fans of The Handmaid’s Tale, I’d suggest trying Naomi Alderman’s The Power. Atwood apparently mentored her, and some have described the book as HT fan fiction, but I thought it was really good.
I will add that to the list. I have one and half books left to listen on my Game of Thrones re-listening quest and afterwards would be searching for something new, Power seems to be a good shout out. Also, I swear I heard it being mentioned on a podcast… but I can’t remember which…
I have to admit, the release of Stranger Things S3 caught me flatfooted. I’m in the middle of Swamp Thing S1 (it’s a disgrace and shame it was cancelled after 1 episode – it’s far better than that), Krypton S2 and Legion S3. I have been hearing much in the way of positive buzz for When They See Us so will have to add it to the list.
Yup… my backlog of TV shows just seems to grow and grow…
By the way, iTunes is going away for iOS users – being replaced by three related programs, but for Windows users nothing changes.