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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by rgr, Nov 21, 2017.
And there was much rejoicing!
'The Good Place' Renewed for Season 3 at NBC (Exclusive)
Seems like a good place to be in.
(I totally crack myself up)
Excellent news. Not surprised, but very pleased.
Glad this show has gained some traction. This is excellent news. I also really think that this show is Emmy worthy, especially Ted Danson. He's just terrific. He really has me forgetting he was ever Sam Malone in this one
Yay, I love this show so much! Great script and great acting all around.
Why can't I type fork?
Wow, didn't see that coming! At least, not this early. Yay!
Shirty forum software?
Great news. I want to see this show on a bunch of ten-best lists next month. I'm glad NBC understands what it's got here.
Did you bring any cocaine?
We picked the 10 best (and 5 worst) TV shows of 2017
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The Best TV Shows of 2017
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And a third.
Our critic Kelly Lawler picks the 10 best TV shows of 2017
While we wait for Season 3, The Good Place is getting an official podcast. NBC is launching its own podcast network and debuting a TGP podcast hosted by Sean himself, Marc Evan Jackson:
The feed doesn't seem to have hit the iTunes podcast directory yet, but I'll definitely be keeping an eye out for this.
The feed is in the directory now and the trailer has been posted. Just subscribed.
I've listened to the first episode. It's a conversation between host Marc Evan Jackson (Shawn) and creator Mike Schur. It's fantastic. I think this is going to be a must-listen podcast for fans of the show. I really enjoyed this debut episode.
Great first podcast episode! Nice behind-the-scenes information. I'd love for them to spend time talking about the restaurant name puns in one of the upcoming podcasts. But there's probably nothing more to it than what the writer already mentioned on her Facebook post. (Or was it a Tweet?)
"Too much Shawn"
The first podcast ep put me in a The Good Place frame of mind, so I’ve commenced a season two re-watch. Hot take: this is a really, really good show.
Listened to the second podcast. It was with Allison Jones, Ben Harris, (casting) and Alan Yang (writer/producer). Another wealth of tidbits and insight into the thought process that makes the show.
Fun fact: Marc Evan Jackson auditioned for the role of Charles Boyle in Brooklyn Nine-Nine. I would love to see that audition tape.
I've also been listening to the podcast. Highly recommended. Thanks for the head's up.