WGTC Radio #8 – Catching Up On Red Vs Blue Season 10

It’s time for another episode of WGTC Radio, the official podcast of We Got This Covered! Remember, you can subscribe for free in iTunes by following this link!

We took a week off last time, but never fear! Sean and Jonathan are back with a set of topics that should be of great interest to listeners! For the first half of the show, we discuss Peter Jackson’s decision to make his Hobbit adaptation a trilogy. Does this move excite us? Is there any validity to all the fanboy wining on the internet? We have plenty to say on the matter.

Then, for the show’s second half, we review the tenth season of popular web series Red vs Blue. The landmark season has reached its halfway point, so we wanted to catch up and chime in on what has been a pretty phenomenal year for Rooster Teeth.

There’s a lot to dive into, so enjoy today’s show, and we’ll see you next week!

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About the author


Jonathan R. Lack

With ten years of experience writing about movies and television, including an ongoing weekly column in The Denver Post's YourHub section, Jonathan R. Lack is a passionate voice in the field of film criticism. Writing is his favorite hobby, closely followed by watching movies and TV (which makes this his ideal gig), and is working on his first film-focused book.