A tv podcast from Media Realness
Join Aaron and Anansa, two film nerds on a quest to dissect, discuss, fangirl and fan the flames of unrest for all things media. Their humorous approach to talking TV, film, and things on Tumblr will help you laugh through tears of joy for your faves and smile through the pain of all the wrong choices made in your fandoms.
Aaron hails from Colorado, lives for the art of it all, and serves that April Ludgate vocal fry,“Time is money; Money is power; Power is pizza; Pizza is knowledge. Let’s go!” realness you crave. Anansa, born and raised in New York, loves helping people find their truth at the bottom of their ignorance and serves that Gandalf, “WHEN HAVE I BEEN WRONG” realness.
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