Always Be Watching

Dan Barrett

There's too much TV to watch. We're all feeling it.

Each week Dan & Chris meet to talk about what they've been watching and enjoying. Sometimes they're joined by famous friends, or play TV trivia games. You never quite know what you're going to get from these guys.

All Episodes

This is it. The final episode of the Always Be Watching podcast. And what an episode it is.  Okay - don't expect much from this podcast. This is really just podcast host Dan Barrett advising the many ABW listeners that the podcast has concluded. You're invited to join Dan over at his new podcast: Screen Watching.  It's like Always Be Watching, but with actual preparation. Check out Screen Watching: Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/screen-watching/id1550706825 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3tzhggYbZbvpy7PaKSCeO7 Pocket Casts - https://pca.st/j9smac3m RSS - https://anchor.fm/s/497d3220/podcast/rss Thank you for listening. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jan 29

11 min 58 sec

This week on the podcast Dan is joined by returning guest Blake Howard (One Heat Minute and the All The President's Minutes podcast). The two of them take a deep dive into what's going on with The Mandalorian this season with a very specific focus on the recent episode 'The Jedi' which saw the live-action introduction of fan-favourite animated character Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson). Dan then goes on to discuss the new Saved By The Bell reboot/follow-up series. Does it live up to the hype? Blake talks up the new Aussie sketch comedy show Aunty Donna's Big Ol' House of Fun. And then swings back to discuss a show we talked about earlier this year: HBO's Perry Mason. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Dec 2020

1 hr 14 min

Michael Meloni pops by for this week to fill in for Chris Yates who is away on assignment. Dan and Mike discuss the new Netflix drama The Queens Gambit, as well as new films Love and Monsters, and The Wolf of Snow Hollow. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Nov 2020

35 min 1 sec

Dan and Chris are back for another Always Be Watching podcast. What treasures have they unearthed this week? Dan celebrates the icon of white supremacy Pepe with the doco Feels Good Man. (This probably should have been reworded differently). Chris celebrates an icon of capitalism and corporate propaganda with Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian, which takes a deep dive into the making of the smash hit Disney+ series. Dan wraps things up with Host - a genuinely scary film currently streaming on horror streamer Shudder. It's a good one this week folks. Join us... won't you? For more Always Be Watching, check us out on the web - www.alwaysbewatching.com. You can sign up to the daily ABW email there with TV and movie news, along with weekly highlights. Always Be Watching is a Televised Revolution podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Oct 2020

40 min 4 sec

The gang is back together. Dan and Chris have settled their differences and have decided it would be proper to once again talk about the TV and movies they have been watching. This week: Fargo Season 4 - FX, Hulu, SBS, SBS On Demand Trial of The Chicago 7 - Netflix and in cinemas now On The Rocks - Apple TV+ Fri 23 Oct and in cinemas now Trolls World Tour - Peacock (US) and in cinemas now --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Oct 2020

54 min 37 sec

Dan and Chris this week are joined by Mark Humphries. You probably know him best as the host of the beloved, but cancelled too-soon Ten game show Pointless. Or maybe you know him from his weekly satirical sketches on the ABCs flagship current affairs show 730. We know him as a guy who really loves talking about TV. This week we discuss new movie I'm Thinking of Ending Things, documentary The Social Dilemma, and the animated comedy Close Enough. All are streaming on Netflix. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Oct 2020

45 min 12 sec

The podcast is a little different this week with returning guest Simon Foster stopping by to fill-in for an absent Chris Yates. We talk about the new Disney+ feature film Mulan, HBO's The Third Day, Netflix's My Octopus Teacher (which is less sexy than it has been suggested), and new Amazon Prime Video series Utopia. We top this off with a brief chat about Simon's work on the upcoming film festivals: Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival - https://www.facebook.com/events/1377776789090595 Monster Fest 2020 - https://www.monsterfest.com.au/events/mf2020-sydney/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Sep 2020

55 min 29 sec

We go deep into the nostalgia well this week. Apologies to our bountiful Gen Z listeners. Bill & Ted Face The Music - In Cinemas Now and on VOD in the US (04:24) Away - Netflix (23:11) Cheers - On Stan in Australia, and on both Hulu and Peacock in the US (31:17) Cobra Kai - Netflix (48:09) Don't forget, you can find more Always Be Watching on the Internet (it comes on computers) at www.alwaysbewatching.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Sep 2020

56 min 40 sec

It's that time of the week again for you to put down the remote control and slide into some headphones for another Always Be Watching podcast. And after you hear what we have to talk about, you'll be rushing back to your TV remote with some fresh ideas of interesting things to watch. This week: Raised By Wolves (HBO) - 03:17 Eurovision: The Story of Fire Saga (Netflix) - 21:25 Lovecraft Country (HBO) - 30:50 Hoops (Netflix) - 50:02 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

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Sep 2020

1 hr 9 min

Dan and Chris have taken to the microphones once more after spending the past week having taken to their couches. And what more... they have new and exciting things to discuss: Tenet - In cinemas now (02:48) High Score - Netflix (20:21) Biohackers - Netflix (33:55) Into The Unknown: The Making of Frozen 2 - Disney+ (41:15) Spend more time with Always Be Watching with the daily newsletter - www.alwaysbewatching.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Aug 2020

55 min 29 sec

Joining boy wonders Dan Barrett and Chris Yates in the ABW cave is the beyond lovely Mel Tait, the talented multi-hyphenate (ABC Radio host, playwright, and now co-host of the upcoming A Country Podcast).  We quickly get talking about what we've been watching. Sorry To Bother You (Streaming on Netflix) - 03:00 Staged (BBC) - 20:46 The Other Two (Comedy Central / Stan) - (45:44) A Country Practice (Streaming on 7Plus) - (33:00) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Aug 2020

1 hr 8 min

This is Always Be Watching - a podcast in which two grown men offer their considerable opinions on the children's entertainment program about Muppets. This week: Muppets Now (Disney+) - 01:37 American Pickle (HBO Max / Cinemas) - 19:01 I Think You Should Leave (Netflix) - 29:30 Perry Mason (HBO) - 43:45 Find more Always Be Watching - www.alwaysbewatching.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

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Aug 2020

54 min 57 sec

What's worth streaming this weekend? This podcast offers you nothing but answers. This podcast is a bit of a trial. Do people want this? Please let me know. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Aug 2020

4 min 10 sec

It's a theme week as we travel back to the future. We start things off with a look at the 2020 version of The Fugitive, looking at what it gets right and wrong as a property based on a 60s and 90s TV show/movie. (03:25) But then we had back to 1986 for the Talking Heads movie True Stories. (24:47) Dan's been watching Halt & Catch Fire - a mid 2010s show set in the 1980s. (41:35) And then we look at what might be the final years of cinema as TV and cinema finally converge. (52:52) Yeah - it's a big episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Aug 2020

1 hr 10 min

On the Always Be Watching Pod, officially the podcast of record that cites the viewing interests of Dan Barrett and Chris Yates, the two watchers discuss the new Netflix documentary series Fear City: New York vs The Mafia. Dan has a grab-bag of movies he has watched recently including Almost Famous, State & Main, and new Netflix film Desperados. Oh, and Chris finally caps of his weeks-long watching of all the Jaws movies with the much maligned Jaws 3 and Jaws 4.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Aug 2020

39 min 52 sec

It was a bit of a quiet week for us watching new TV (there's so little of it around worth chatting about), but that didn't stop us getting passionate about the things we were actually watching. Dan went to the cinema and saw all three Christopher Nolan Batman movies - Batman Begins/The Dark Knight/The Dark Knight Rises and his opinions on the films have shifted. (06:19) Both Chris and Dan are really excited by the new podcast The Oral History of The Office. The two discuss watching the show and how the podcast has made them feel about the show. {31:34) Rosehaven is one of the few really good Aussie comedies and both Dan and Chris are into it... with a few reservations. (58:32) Yes, this show ran long. But the passion these boys have for what they've been watching - it runs deep.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jul 2020

1 hr 16 min

Put on your facemasks and get ready for another talk about all the TV and movies we've been watching. This week at Always Be Watching HQ Dan and Chris have a chat about the new 2-part documentary Laurel Canyon and then speak with filmmaker Allison Ellwood about it.  Dan and Chris also talk about new Netflix film The Old Guard and then the classic shark flick Jaws. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jul 2020

56 min 15 sec

The biggest theatre event on the planet this month took place not at the currently shuttered theatre, but on people's TV screens thanks to Disney+. Across the world people were watching Hamilton. Dan and Chris were particularly interested in how one takes a live theatre performance and actually lets it be good on TV - not always an easy task. Chris stumbled upon Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan and loved it. Oh, and Dan stayed up way too late with a red muppet talk show host named Elmo.  This is the Always Be Watching podcast. No flipping. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jul 2020

47 min 48 sec

The biggest show on the planet has been Floor is Lava - Dan and Chris have both watched the show and absolutely bought into its ridiculous simplicity. Obviously, Dan has some criticisms. Floor is Lava is just one of several big format activity-based game shows on the air right now. Dan offers a rundown on what else is happening in this space at the moment. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jul 2020

34 min 45 sec

HBO launched a new Perry Mason TV series. Dan has one big concern with it. Meanwhile Chris lavishes praise on the new Netflix Eric Andre special. And then it's time for a look back at Freaks & Geeks. How does it hold up 20 years later? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jun 2020

57 min 51 sec

Bad boys! Whatcha gonna do? Cops on TV have been around for as long as, well, as long as there has been TV. The cop show is unquestionably the most successful genre of TV, each week delivering morality plays with good guys vs bad guys are the lines that blur inbetween. This week on Always Be Watching we talk about cop shows and what we want from them.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jun 2020

1 hr 10 min

Is Ramy the best show currently on TV? It's right up there, so Chris and Dan discuss the first episode of that. They also flashback to the 1983 film The Right Stuff. And then there's the fourth installment of the Trip To movies which takes Brydon and Coogan to Greece. Oh yeah... there's also the season finale of the Always Be Watching TV Masters trivia competition. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jun 2020

52 min 34 sec

To infinity and beyond! This week on the Always Be Watching podcast Dan and Chris want to get boots on the moon as they talk about the new Steve Carell comedy Space Force (02:30) - the critics hate it... Chris really digs it. Dan watched the buzzy new doco Spaceship Earth - spoiler alert: it's not really about people on a spaceship. They were on Earth all along (16:36). Chris raves about new animated comedy Central Park (25:31). And then the guys wrap up the reviewing portion of this podcast by talking about TV's most basic romcom: Love Life (32:01). And then they quiz. (39:08) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jun 2020

1 hr

The gang this week discover they're creating too much content for one podcast. Chris finally gets off his keister and watches Superstore after Dan told him months ago that he'd love it. Spoiler alert: He loves it. (05:30) And Dan revisits an HBO classic How To Make It In America. (18:50) Why are they watching older shows this week? They found them on new Australian streaming service Binge. Dan and Chris offer their thoughts on it and delve into the morality of paying for a partially Murdoch-owned service. (28:26) And then they wrap up the week with a trivia quiz. (47:35) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jun 2020

1 hr 5 min

Television is the thing this year, my friends. And boy do we have some TV to talk about. This week: Mint Condition (Vimeo) - 01:55 The Great (Hulu / Stan) - 18:31 Avenue 5 (HBO / Foxtel / Binge) - 27:26 Into The Night (Netflix) - 34:20 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

May 2020

1 hr 1 min

I've been advised to tell you by the Always Be Watching legal team that this podcast episode passes the legal definition of "too much show". This week Dan hits the streets of Paris and plays his jazz flute along with new Netflix drama The Eddy. Chris drops $10k on a verse that lets us know what new rap-industry comedy Dave is all about. Dan and Chris both tsk their fingers at Jerry Seinfeld's disappointing standup special 23 Hours To Kill. And they both gush over the new Ghost In The Shell anime series. And let me tell you: they did not expect that to be the case. Oh, and there's a round of TV trivia at the end of the episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

May 2020

1 hr 6 min

The Midnight Gospel is a stoner animated philosophical comedy on Netflix. Opinions on this podcast are mixed. There's also the brand new pre-teen detective show on Apple TV+ Home After Dark. Dan has some very firm opinions on that. Meanwhile Chris has watched Upload on Amazon Prime Video and has several very positive thoughts on it. And then the lads play some TV trivia. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

May 2020

55 min 37 sec

This week Dan checks out the hyped new shows Normal People (Netflix) and Upload (Amazon Prime Video) - the good news is that both are great telly. Meanwhile Chris indulges his Beastie Boys fandom with the new feature doco Beastie Boys Story (Apple TV+) and gets nostalgic with the 1997 cult film Starship Troopers. Stick around for the end of the podcast as our weekly trivia game continues. This week's category is Dogs on Screen. Can you score more points than Dan? Let's find out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

May 2020

1 hr 2 min

We kick off the podcast with a nostalgic look back at the 1991 classic Point Break. Then Dan takes a look at the new Quibi comedy with Anna Kendrick facing off against a sex doll in Dummy. Chris then talks up the ESPN/Netflix doco about Michael Jordan 'The Last Dance'. And then we tackle this week's latest TV Masters quiz with a look at the career of Seth Green. Claim your participation trophy and press play on this week's Always Be Watching. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Apr 2020

51 min 45 sec

Dan takes a gander at the second season of Mystery Road. Chris considers the Tiger King aftershow on Netflix - The King and I. He questions TV made in the age of COVID-19. Dan raves about Unorthodox. And then it is round 2.5 of the weekly TV trivia game. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Apr 2020

52 min 13 sec

This week on the Always Be Watching pod: *Chris tells us about the new Tim & Eric comedy Beef House on Adult Swim *Dan tries to explain what new streaming service Quibi is all about *Chris checks in with the second season of Lego Masters Australia *Dan talks about Brew Brothers - the new Netflix comedy from the creator of The League Then it is week 2 of ongoing trivia competition: The TV Masters. Please note: We're still trying to settle on the best way for us to record the podcast with the two of us isolated in different locations. So, there's a few minor sound plops and ploops in this episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Apr 2020

1 hr 3 min

Is there a bigger show right now than Tiger King? Chris offers his thoughts. Can a movie tug at heartstrings better than a Pixar film? Dan talks about new film Onward. Is Bosch the ultimate Dad show? Oh, and Dan and Chris start their competition with round one of their new trivia competition The 2020 Television Masters. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Apr 2020

48 min 2 sec

This week on Always Be Watching it is just Dan with a microphone, some stuff he's been watching on Netflix, and a sense of existential unease. Both The Platform and the Marc Maron special End Times Fun are streaming now on Netflix. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Mar 2020

23 min 20 sec

Recorded in the undisclosed Always Be Watching bunker is the Always Be Watching podcast. We've disinfected the remote control this week as we sit around with our masks and gloves on. This week: 11:55 Paradise PD (Netflix) 21:18 Devs (US: FX on Hulu | AUS: Foxtel) 29:54 Ugly Delicious (Netflix) 37:16 Amazing Stories (Apple TV+) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Mar 2020

55 min 26 sec

We've been doing some watching. Of TV. Movies. Cute girls. Trains. Birds. Lots of things. But on this podcast we talk about telly shows and movies specifically. We're talking about the following. Listed in no particular order: I Am Not Okay With This (Netflix) New UK comedy Breeders (FX/Sky/Foxtel) New Australian drama Stateless (ABC) New American comedy AJ and The Queen (Netflix) Lego Masters USA (Fox) - a British format adapted for the US and based on a Danish interlocking brick toy. This is Always Be Watching - the cultural melting pot of TV podcasting. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Mar 2020

50 min 20 sec

What an episode! Chris talks about TV! Dan talks about TV! They both talk about TV! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Feb 2020

51 min

Who would have ever thought that the Always Be Watching podcast would actually reach 50 episodes? Certainly nobody who has ever listened to it. This week Dan and Chris are excited to chat about: Letterkenny (Netflix) - 02:46 High Fidelity (Hulu) - 12:39 Locke & Key (Netflix) - 21:32 Call of The Wild (a movie) - 29:26 Hunters (Amazon Prime Video) - 37:10 Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Feb 2020

44 min 6 sec

Here's what you need to know about this episode: • Dan talks about Birds of Prey and The Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (in cinemas now), but really wishes he had instead talked about the film Little Women (which is also still in cinemas and is really f*%&ing good). • Chris talks about a Netflix cheerleading show called Cheer. This is unrelated to the TV show Cheers, which is very off-brand for this podcast. How good is Cheers? • Dan watched the new Apple TV+ show Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet which has the worst name for a TV show ever, but it is in the top third of shows ever. This is keeping in mind that most shows are, in fact, terrible. • Chris mentions a show called Great Australian Trail Journeys on SBS/SBS On Demand - the show doesn't exist. But there is a show called Great Australian RAILWAY Journeys that sounds staggeringly similar. • There's no chapter breaks this week because I've spent time doing them for the past couple of episodes and they haven't showed up - I don't understand why just yet. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Feb 2020

50 min 5 sec

If Always Be Watching proves anything, we're eclectic. This week we have a really broad range of shows (and a movie) Hip Hop Evolution (season 4) - Chris dips back in to see where the Netflix show is up to with its fourth season Ragnarok - Dan takes a look at the new Scandi drama from Adam Price. He's the fellow who made Borgen. The Stranger - This is a long lost show from the 60s that is described as the Australian Doctor Who. Uncut Gems - We take a look at the critically lauded Adam Sandler movie. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Feb 2020

45 min 59 sec

On this week's podcast Chris takes off to the heavens with Star Trek Picard and questions what should be placed into a mouth with a new Netflix show about Street Food. Meanwhile Dan is focused on TV's new hip comedy Awkwafina is Nora From Queens and the documentary At The Drive In which isn't about the band as much as it is a documentary about an actual drive in. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jan 2020

51 min 52 sec

It's a pretty diverse week of shows here on the ol' ABW podcast. Dan and Chris discuss the anthology show about the experience of US immigrants Little America before diving into the world of privilege and minor annoyances that we've come to love on Curb Your Enthusiasm. We then discuss the weirdo comedy of Medical Police and dive into 80s comedy classic film Stir Crazy. Oh, and then there's our weekly Apu news segment. It's a mixed bag and we're just the podcast to handle it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jan 2020

45 min 53 sec

It's another week, it's another Always Be Watching. This week Dan and Chris are talking about Sex.... Explained - the new documentary show from Netflix. There's also the sexy film about international finance tax shelters The Laundromat. We check out the soapy ice skating Netflix show Spinning Out. And Chris is probably going to upset the Internet with a chat about its favourite girlfriend Rick & Morty. Legally, we're advised to tell you that we are offering too much show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jan 2020

47 min 45 sec

It's the first proper show of 2020 with Dan and Chris back in their respective chairs. This week they're chatting about the new HBO murder mystery The Outsider, Netflix comedy special John Mulaney and The Sack Lunch Bunch, indie smash hit Jojo Rabbit, and we offer up some quick thoughts on The Gloaming and The Two Popes. Oh, and some final thoughts on some film called Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jan 2020

58 min 2 sec

Every episode of Always Be Watching is a special one. But this week is incredibly special with special guest co-host Simon Band joining Dan Barrett to discuss the shows recently watched. Simon is very British. Almost too British. So, he discusses the UK panel chat comedy show The Big Fat Quiz. Dan is an artfully-minded guy and so he brings to the table the arty horror film Midsommar. And then the two TV podcasters offer some thoughts on the Mandaloran finale and the series as a whole. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Jan 2020

33 min 37 sec

This week Dan and Chris cast their watching eyes back over 2019 - what were their highlights throughout the year? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Dec 2019

39 min 55 sec

It's the annual Always Be Watching holiday special. Dan and Chris kick off by talking about the TV shows they watched this week - Making It and Threat Level Midnight (a spin-off YouTube special from The Office). They then discuss their personal TV viewing habits over the end of year holiday break. And quietly, there is a bit of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker chatter. No spoilers - this was recorded just before the gents went off to see the film. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Dec 2019

38 min 52 sec

We learned a lot of important lessons this week: *Mrs Fletcher is waaaaaaaaaaaaay less conservative than she seems *Servant is creepy AF *One Paul Rudd is better than two. *Dan really has some issues with Kevin Smith --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Dec 2019

52 min 5 sec

At long last Dan and Chris are reunited in the studio to discuss what men discuss: Introduction and casual Mandalorian / Watchmen chatter 11:16 Upright (Foxtel) starring comedian Tim Minchin 16:32 Frozen 2 (Playing now at the movies) 27:26 Knives Out (Playing now at the movies) 34:29 Tuca and Bertie (Netflix) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Dec 2019

46 min 57 sec

Dan is flying solo this week and starts rambling into a microphone for 15 minutes with no edits. Ridiculous. He recommends checking out the Amazon Prime Video film Brittany Runs a Marathon, the Netflix show The Toys That Made Us, and new Netflix Martin Scorsese film The Irishman. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Nov 2019

17 min 11 sec

One of the biggest TV events of the year was the launch of the first-ever live action Star Wars TV series. Debuting on brand new streaming service Disney+, Star Wars: The Mandalorian was a pretty big deal to tens of millions of Star Wars fans across the world. Among those excited was your ol' Always Be Watching buddies Dan and Chris. This week Dan & Chris talk exclusively about The Mandalorian and what excited them about the new show and their theories on a brand new character introduced to the Star Wars universe. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/always-be-watching/message

Nov 2019

35 min 11 sec