Antenna Free TV Podcast

Joel Keller and Jason Hughes have been hosting the Antenna Free TV Podcast since 2011. Listen to the guys discuss the latest TV news every week. Subscribe to the podcast RSS feed, or subscribe via iTunes. You can also find the podcast on the Stitcher radio app for smartphones and iPads.

This week, Jason and Joel spin around the dial and talk about many of the new shows, including the inexplicable success of The Mysteries of Laura. Plus, they discuss why NBC can't figure out how to make a popular comedy, and more.

This week, Jason and Joel talk about the two biggest premieres of the week, The Walking Dead and The Affair, plus debuts of The Flash, Cristela, Jane the Virgin and more.

This week, Jason and Joel talk about the premieres of Gracepoint, Homeland and various rom-com sitcoms. They also discuss why Community fans should give Yvette Nicole Brown a break.

This week, Jason and Joel talk about a bunch of premieres, like How to Get Away With Murder, Selfie and Black-ish. They also talk about how hard it is to pull off a rom-com sitcom.

This week, Jason and Joel talk about a lot of new shows and season premieres, including Gotham, The Good Wife, Madam Secretary and more.

This week, Jason and Joel talk about the NFL's problems this fall and if CBS and other broadcast partners can be objective, premieres of New Girl, Mindy Project, Red Band Society, Mysteries of Laura, and more.

This week Jason and Joel talk about the passing of Joan Rivers, why they haven't watched the fall pilots ahead of time this year, the finale of The Leftovers and more.

This week, Jason and Joel feel their feelings about all the repeat winners at the Emmys, then talk about Doctor Who, Friends "reunion" madness, Amazon's new shows and more.

This week, Jason and Joel talk about the passing of Don Pardo, the Ice Bucket Challenge, two early-debuting pilots, that hilarious video with the Breaking Bad guys and JLD, and more.

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.