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Geektown Radio Episode 418: Tracker, This Town, Sugar, Star Trek: Discovery Reviews, Plus TV News & UK Air Dates!

Our (sometimes) film reviewer Gray joins Dave to chat TV shows, games and movies!

by Dave Elliott

After a little Easter break, we return for episode 418 of the Geektown Radio podcast, and Dave is joined by our “film reviewer” Gray to chat TV and film news & reviews!

Gray returns to the podcast, and upholds his title for worst film reviewer as he hasn’t reviewed any films (although, to be fair, he has been away on holiday…) However, he does come with a number of TV show reviews including ‘True Detective’, ‘Mr & Mrs Smith’, and ‘Murder At The End Of The World’. And just to counter those heavy dramas, he also reviews ‘Is It Cake’, ‘Taskmaster’ and a whole string of ‘Drag Race’-related content! In addition to all that, he gives his thoughts on ‘X-Men ’97’, as something of a huge fan of the original series. Meanwhile, Dave reviews ‘Tracker’ which appeared recently on Disney+ UK, along with new Apple series ‘Sugar’ starring Colin Farrell, Steven Knight’s ‘This Town’, which you can find on iPlayer, and the return of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ for one final mission. We also both discuss the rather interesting PR strategy of Joe Lycett, who returns this week with his show ‘Late Night Lycett’, and how a number of the sillier news stories you have been seeing recently may not have been true…

Moving on to the news updates, we’ve got all the latest recent renewals, cancellations, and pickups, including NBC shutting down the ‘Quantum Leap’ accelerator, ‘Big Boys’ finishing Uni, and ‘Gladiators’ fighting their way to a second season. We also have news on Disney+’s big “Star Wars Day” release, a bunch of Disney content coming to UKTV, a possible new iteration of ‘The Grand Tour’, and news on MGM+ launching in the UK. Listen below!

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