Joel Keller

Joel Keller is one of the co-founders of Antenna Free TV and co-hosts the weekly AFT Podcast. A long time ago, he left a career rebooting servers to write about TV and other fun stuff (though his ulterior motive was to write off his cable on his income taxes). At the time, he was writing for the late, great site TV Squad, where he eventually became editor-in-chief. Since those heady days, he's written about TV and other topics for The New York Times, The A.V. Club,, Fast Company's Co.Create, Vulture, Zap2It and elsewhere.

This week, Jason and Joel discuss the death of Robin Williams, the coverage of the unrest not far from Jason's hometown, and the debuts of three cable shows.

Robin Williams was at his (mostly) funny best on late-night talk shows over the last 35 years. But the short format never gave time for the real Robin to come out.

Ever heard Dick Cavett wonder about the male equivalent to the "c-word" insult? Wonder no longer.

In a short podcast, Jason and Joel talk about Manhattan, Sharknado 2, The Quest and more.

Jason and Joel talk about Masters of Sex, TCA non-news and have their big OITNB spoilerfest.

Jason and Joel talk about Extant, The Bridge, and a full hour on the Emmy nominations. Of course they're annoyed about them.

In a "lost" podcast (Joel explains at the top), Jason and Joel talks about The Leftovers, Finding Carter, other summer shows, the beginning of the TCA tour and more.

This week, Jason and Joel talk about Tyrant and the upcoming HBO show The Leftovers. They also talk about kid and teen shows that trade on '90s nostalgia, like Mystery Girls and Girl Meets World and more.

Dan Goor, co-creator of Brooklyn Nine-Nine joins Jason and Joel to talk about the show's first season, plus the finale of Game of Thrones. Plus: Louie, Rectify, Chelsea Handler and more.

Jason and Joel are joined by The Middle co-creator DeAnn Heline to talk about her ABC hit, as well as the screwiness in the Emmy comedy categories and the movie-length episode of Louie. Also: Orange is the New Black.