G! News, our Den of Geek podcast, wraps up its run with the second half of November 2018. Twice a month, the hosts have been pulling some of the more discussable topics from the recent goings-on in movies, television, comics, and gaming to adding their own commentary while directing listeners to where they can read more about the entertainment news they’ve talked about.
The final edition of The Den of Geek Podcast includes mostly TV and film news this time. We start by going over the calendar for television premieres in the coming months and move on to the revival in the works for Northern Exposure as well as Travel Channel’s Legends of the Lost with Megan Fox.
In movie news, we go over some of the advance impressions of the much anticipated Aquaman from DC before switching over to Marvel for a look at a Spider-Women animated movie in development. Then it’s over to Netflix for a discussion of a slate of Roald Dahl animated adaptations in development.
Finally, we’re very excited to share with you our interview with George Takei, whose Broadway musical, Allegiance, inspired by his real-life experience with Japanese-American internment camps during World War II, is headed to a theater near you via Fathom Events.
G! News is being phased out in favor of a new podcast coming in 2019! Stay tuned for more exciting behind-the-scenes content from your favorite movies, TV shows, games, comics, and more!
The Den of Geek Podcast has ended its one-year run. In that time it released new episodes twice a month to take the latest entertainment news to the next level and to give listeners a different way to find their favorite stories on Den of Geek. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, or your app of choice! Or simply listen below!
Michael Ahr is a writer, reviewer, and podcaster here at Den of Geek; you can check out his work here or follow him on Twitter. Dave Vitagliano has been writing and podcasting about science fiction television since 2012. You can read more of his work here. He presently hosts Sci Fi Fidelity Podcast and The Den of Geek Podcast.