37 Min Released Dec 15, 2015

The Best Shows of 2015

Matt and Margaret share their picks for the best TV of 2015, and discuss the shifts in the landscape as original streaming shows increasingly challenge HBO for primacy. Plus: why certain shows need second seasons to find their footing, and Margaret’s theory about the secret power of the bad series finale.
This episode is sponsored by GE Podcast Theater’s “The Message” and SEEit.
The Americans 25:18 - 25:41
Mad Men 25:50 - 26:00
Inside Amy Schumer 26:25 - 26:50
The Leftovers 27:30 - 27: 50, 35:50 - 36:31
Orange is the New Black 28:10 - 28:35
Mr. Robot 32:13 - 33:05, 35:50 - 36:31

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