Remember that secret project I teased a few weeks ago? Well, here it is in all its nerdy glory: Kat and Curt’s TV Re-View. This weekly podcast, hosted by myself and fellow blogger and Mythgardian Curtis Weyant, will cover one episode per week of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the new Doctor Who, starting with the first seasons and going in order. Having never seen Buffy (though I’m a fan of Joss Whedon’s work in general), Curt will introduce that show to me, and I will introduce him to the Doctor. Our hope is that this approach will appeal to everyone, both viewers who have seen these shows before and uninitiates looking to jump in, which means that everyone is invited! I sincerely hope you’ll check out our website and subscribe, watching along with us and joining in the comments section. You can also find us on Facebook at Kat and Curt’s TV Re-View and on Twitter by following @KCTVReView. Curt and I have had the most fun putting this project together, and the more the merrier. Our website currently includes a short audio introduction, and we’ll be posting the first introductory episode on June 3rd. After that new episodes will occur weekly for as long as we can keep this thing going. I hope to see you all there!
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