Binge Or Cringe

STONECOM COOKEVILLE LLC  |  Podcast , ±49 min episodes every 1 week, 1 day  | 
It's the shows you'll love enough to binge and the shows that'll make you cringe.

With so many shows and streaming options, we cut through the clutter so you know what's great and what's not. Jane Ellen and Adam Cravens discuss what to binge-watch and what shows are cringe-worthy.

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16
OCT

Adam Ruins Everything

Binge or Cringe focuses on the easily-digestible fact-filled show called Adam Ruins Everything on Netflix and an overview of reboots to come and classic shows worth binging upon.
02
OCT

Maniac & The Dragon Prince

Binge or Cringe is about Netflix limited series Maniac with Emma Stone and Jonah Hill. Is it alternate universes or different timelines or....? Still don't know. But it is interesting. Plus The Dragon Prince, a new animated show with many pop culture references.
25
SEP

Atypical & The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Binge or Cringe is about Netflix show Atypical about a high school senior with autism. And the Emmy winning Amazon Prime show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Two excellent shows that are creative and different.
18
SEP

Norm MacDonald Has A Show

Binge or Cringe is about the uproariously entertaining Norm MacDonald Has a Show which has funny and interesting conversation with celebs like David Letterman and Drew Barrymore. And Ozark Season 2. It moves slowly but is an interesting story. It has Jason Bateman, who is always worth watching.
28
AUG

Very Cavallari & The Fugitive

This time we didn't go for streaming services original content only. We started with a reality show filmed in Nashville called Very Cavallari. Definite cringe on that. HBO has the see-it-now and see-it-over-again The Fugitive with Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones. It's the best stand-alone film adaptation of a TV series. And then see how Jane can connect The Fugitive to Mighty Joe Young AND Lost. Successfully.
21
AUG

Disenchantment

This episode is about the new animated show Disenchantment. Created by The Simpson’s Matt Groening. Jane and Adam talk about this highly anticipated show and the impact of Matt Groening.
14
AUG

Insatiable and Netflix Stand-Up

This episode is about the show Insatiable and the many stand-up comedy shows on Netflix. Insatiable stars Debby Ryan from Walt Disney's TV show Jessie. It is high on the cringe list we tell you why.
07
AUG

Castle Rock & Star Trek Discovery

The world of Stephen King is explored in the Hulu original Castle Rock. It's rich storytelling done right. CBS All Access is now Trekkie heaven since you can stream all the Star Trek TV shows there. And it is the perfect time to watch the latest incarnation, Star Trek: Discovery. You don't have to know anything about the world of Star Trek to get into this epic sci-fi story.
31
JUL

Extinction, Father of the Year, Ozark, & More

Netflix movies Extinction and Father of the Year, the series Ozark, and comic book-related shows on the CW like The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl are reviewed.

A lot more Cringe than usual on this week's Binge or Cringe. Jane Ellen walks you through the Netflix original movies Extinction and Father of the Year. They go on the Cringe side of things. Jason Bateman's show Ozark returns for Season 2 in August. It's kind of like Breaking Bad, only he's an accountant who is trying to protect his family from the bad guys. They escape to the Ozarks to launder money. Watch Season 1 immediately. And what to watch in the land of comic book characters on the CW? Adam says The Flash is the Best, but we don't stop there.

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