Joel Keller

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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, TheAtlantic.com, Fast Company's Co.Create, Vulture, Zap2It and elsewhere.

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HBO just signed a deal with Amazon to stream a ton of content on Amazon Prime Instant Video. Will this create a whole new generation of cord-cutters?

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New ads for HBO GO encourage teens to use the streaming service to avoid awkward viewing experiences with their parents. Could they be courting a generation of cord-cutters?

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Tatiana Maslany continues her amazing performance as Orphan Black starts its second season. But her performance can't cover over the show's flaws forever.

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This week, Jason and Joel talk about the Mad Men and Fargo premieres, all the early finales, why FX renewed The Americans and why Showtime keeps messing up all its best shows.

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Josh Charles and Amy Schumer nail the self-importance of Aaron Sorkin's shows in a sketch on Inside Amy Schumer.

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Mad Men's final season begins with an episode that starts the final unraveling of Matthew Weiner's world. But there's still time for Don and Peggy to recover.

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Why are we making a digital magazine? Because we like reading long, and we think you do, too.

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Kevin Biegel sits in with Jason and Joel to talk about Cougar Town and Enlisted. Then we talk about Stephen Colbert taking over for David Letterman, the premiere of Game of Thrones, what we think we'll see when Orphan Black returns, and more.

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This week, Jason and Joel grumble about the HIMYM finale, talk about The Walking Dead's season finale, discuss the #CancelColbert movement and more.

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The series finale of How I Met Your Mother pulled some sleight-of-hand that fans should have probably seen coming, and it probably came a few years too late.