The fifth season of "Game of Thrones" isn't slow. It's bubbling. That's what TV critic and host Mekeisha Madden Toby and her guest Al Toby -- her cool hubby -- discuss on the latest installment. The two also discuss the "Mad Men" series finale and new summer offerings such as "Ballers" on HBO. Don't miss out on this lively and entertaining conversation.
Vincent Kartheiser is a gifted actor who made us hate and eventually love him on "Mad Men" for eight years. Although he never received an individual Emmy nomination or award, his performance as Peter Campbell made him an invaluable addition on the award-winning drama. Here, Kartheiser talks about being in an ensemble and how his character Pete changed over time just like he did in real life. "Mad Men" came to an end after seven seasons on AMC in May 2015.
Ron Funches stars as Shelly on the NBC buddy comedy "Undateable." In time for the show's second season, which kicks off Tuesday March 17 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, podcast host Mekeisha Madden Toby caught up with Funches to talk about the show, his character and all those cool pro-Detroit T-shirts he wears.
After three years of hints and mild prodding, host Mekeisha Madden Toby successfully convinced her awesome husband, Al Toby (the NFL editor at Yahoo Sports), to come on her podcast and talk TV. The episode that follows is nothing short of comedic genius. Listen in as these marrieds talk about everything from "Empire" to "The Walking Dead" and more.
Season five of "The Walking Dead" has been a wild ride of death, kidnapping, cannibalism and lies. Jason Griffin, of TVAholic.com and the TVTimesThree.com podcast, talks to host Mekeisha Madden Toby about the zombie drama as well as newly cancelled ABC and NBC shows such as "Manhattan Love Story" and "A to Z."
"Jane the Virgin" is arguably one of the best new shows on TV this fall. Joining Mekeisha to talk about The CW's non-telenovela/telenovela hit is Stacy Roberts, the founder and editor in chief of SeriouslyOMG.com. "Jane the Virgin" airs 9 pm Mondays. The two also discuss "American Horror Story: Freak Show" on FX and "Gotham" and "Sleepy Hollow" on Fox.
NBC's new medical drama "The Night Shift" is pulling in an average 6.9 million viewers a week. Not only is that impressive for a summer offering but it's proof that TV lovers still can't get enough of those hospital procedurals. Stars Eoin Macken and Jill Flint, who play ER docs T.C. Callahan and Jordan Alexander respectively, sat down with a roundtable of reporters including podcast host Mekeisha Madden Toby to talk about the show, the genre and more. "The Night Shift" airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. on NBC.
TV Madness host Mekeisha Madden Toby talks to fellow TV critic Amy Amatangelo about "The Good Wife" shocking death, as well as where the heck "Scandal" is going these days. For added fun, Madden Toby tries to convince Amatangelo to watch "The Walking Dead" and Amatangelo -- of TVGal.com, Paste.com, Emmy.com and Emmy Magazine -- tries to convince Madden Toby to tune into "Parenthood." Don't miss this fun and entertaining installment.
In time for the 35th anniversary of Nickelodeon, podcast host Mekeisha Madden Toby talks to writer and historian Mathew Klickstein. He's the author behind "Slimed: An Oral History of Nickelodeon's Golden Age" (Plume, $20). The two talk about the history of Nickelodeon, what's in that iconic green slime and more. For additional information about the book and it possibly becoming a movie, visit slimedthebook.com.
New shows such as "Peg + Cat," "Wallykazam" and "Sheriff Callie's Wild West" are making children's television smart and fun for little ones and their parents. In time for all these offerings, new and old, host Mekeisha Madden Toby talks to Noreen Hobson, a fellow TV critic and mom about the good, the bad and the silly.