Ken and Richard dip their toes into the 1960s for some fantastic and fun examples of shows based on comics!
The voice of an Avatar drops by to talk with the Pudding Guys! Actress Janet Varney stops by and graces us with some of her time and some stories from behind the scenes of many of her shows and movies over the years of course including The Legend of Korra!
We continue our journey through the history of the intersection of comic strips/comic books and television! In the mid to late 1950s there are some absolutely fun shows!
In this episode we begin our amazing journey through the history of the intersection of comic strips/comic books and television! There are so many gems to uncover and talk about, come celebrate the wonders with us!
This episode features an interview with an actor who has a scintillating personality and plenty of charisma that comes straight through the screen when seeing him in productions like The Vampire Diaries or Luke Cage! Jaiden Kaine graces us with his presence and shares some fantastic stories from his life as an accomplished actor!
Adele Pomerenke comes back to talk with the pudding guys about some of her more recent work including her exciting role in the second season of Star Trek Picard!
Richard takes this one solo and talks about the new Dexter series. Is it as good as the previous incarnation? He also gives his thoughts on the new Injustice cartoon on HBO Max.
Ken and Richard are at it again! In an attempt to broaden each other’s pop culture horizens, they each challenged the other to watch a the first few episodes of a current (or recent show) which they had not previously tried. Ken watches Warrior (HBO Max) while Richard takes a look at Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (Hulu).
The Pudding Guys are back with a 2-for-1! We finish talking about the first season of the Disney+ series What If…?, and review the newest attempt at the sandy Sci-Fi classic, Dune. Settle in for a listen, and let us be your guides through these fantastical realities!
What If…Ken reviews Marvel’s newest TV Offering? In this short, but sweet, episode, Ken gives his general feelings about the first five episodes of this animated series.
Happy Friday Pudding People! Today, we sit down with producer and co-founder of Electric Entertainment, Rachel Olschan! Among other things we talk about the upcoming Leverage Redemption show!
It’s a new season, and what better way to kick it off than a conversation with one of our favorite guests, the extraordinary, Dean Devlin! Our discussion centers on the upcoming new show Leverage: Redemption, premiering on IMDbTV, July 9th.
Hold onto your spandex, as Ken and Richard discuss Season 2 of The Boys! Does it live up to the first season, or does it fall flat on its face?
Warning: Spoilers for both seasons abound.
This Friday we have a fun conversation with @ErikFellows about his career and his new film ‘Break Even’!
Are you ready for a Christmas treat? Well, we have the gift for you: An interview with veteran actor and podcaster, James DuMont! We talk about his new movie on Disney+, Safety, and discuss his other roles over the years.
Ken and Richard take a post-holiday moment to rant about the truly unimportant things: grocery store etiquette and disappointment with tv writing.
Is there anything better than getting up on a Saturday morning as a kid to watch your cartoons? Of course there is! Listen to the Pudding Guys talk about their favorite cartoons with special guest podcasters, Linzi Gray (The Rosenbaum and Gray Hour) and Delvin Cox (The Delvin Cox Experience).
Yesterday (October 15, 2020) marked the beginning of Season 3 for Star Trek: Discovery and Ken has the opportunity to sit down with the fantastically talented Wilson Cruz, who plays the part of Dr. Culber!
Pick a card–any card! Join Ken and Richard as they have a blast talking with magician and actor, Rich Manley. Catch his new show coming out on Tubi this month: Culture Shock, Bridging Cultures Through Magic.
The Pudding Guys get the rare opportunity to speak with film and television legend Ed Asner! We talk about his new autobiography, “Son of a Junkman,” and he gives his perspective on our country’s current tribulations.