What is it
They called it a “vast wasteland” in the 1960s, but TV is very different today. Freedom from the broadcast schedule means TV makers can create longer, more complex, more philosophical stories, while binge-watching and on-demand viewing have changed the way we see those stories. Josh and Ken talk to philosophers and others about television's new golden age.
- Alexander Nehemas on serious watching
- Katherine Tullmann on Game of Thrones
- Jorah Dannenberg on Westworld
- Pamela Hieronymi on The Good Place (for which she worked as a philosophical consultant!)
Plus suggestions from listeners like you.