The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story

Who can forget Johnnie Cochran’s famous line, “If the glove doesn’t fit, you must whip it.”  Wait, no, I don’t think that’s right… Either way, this week Damask and Brod exhume and examine American Crime Story: The People v O.J. Simpson. Will they love it as much as Rob Kardashian loves saying “Juice” or will they hate it as much as America hated Marcia Clarke’s hair, face and personality?

Lost In Space: Season 1 (GUEST: Cameron Williams)

Robots, sociopaths, and family dynamics! There’s a lot to explore in season 1 of Lost in Space. But the most pressing issue is how high can Parker Posey’s hair get before it collapses in on itself? This week Brod and Damask are joined by the incredible Cameron Williams known for his work on Vice, ABC Radio, Junkee, Buzzfeed and a whole lot more!

The Wire: Season 5

After five long seasons we've finally reached the end of THE WIRE. Damask and Brod head back to the streets of Baltimore for one more lap…or, they would if the police department had any money to fix their busted cars. Yes, this final season introduces the big bad guy that will bring down all of law-enforcement and print media in one fell swoop: budget cuts. DUN DUN DUUUUUUUUN!

The End of the F***ing World: Season 1

Season 1 of The End of the F***ing World is just like every other teen drama. You know how it goes: two teenagers drawn together, navigating the turbulant waters of young love. She is a rude, angry outsider while he is a psychopath who wants to kill her in a gory fashion. That old chestnut. Join Brod and Damask as the sink their teeth into the this edgy show with a big, bleeding, mutilated heart.

The Wire: Season 4

In the tradition of The Breakfast Club, Mean Girls, and High School Musical, season 4 of THE WIRE looks at the lives of teenagers. And if you thought the political and legal systems in Baltimore were bad, just wait until you see the education system. Nothing says fun quite like a show focusing on the degradation and devastation of whole generations. Come join the discussion!

Jessica Jones: Season 2

This is it, make or break time. Brod and Damask have stuck with the Marvel/Netflix TV universe through thick and thin, but recent releases have pushed morale to an all time low. Can JESSICA JONES Season 2 deliver the same quality as season one and bring these super-powered serials out of the darkness and into our hosts' favour? Take a long deep breath of you ability enhancing asthma-pump and follow Hunting Seasons once more into the breach.

The Wire: Season 3

We’re no longer sitting on the dock of the bay in season 3 of The Wire, instead we’re back chasing after the elusive Stringer Bell and the Barksdale Crew. Can McNulty get his man or will he spend his whole life chasing his tail? Can Major Colvin make real change or will the world of politics destroy his hard work? And most importantly, will we get to perv on Lieutenant Daniels’ beautiful body? Seriously, that guy is RIPPED. 

The Good Place: Season 2 (GUEST: Sean Kirkpatrick)

THE GOOD PLACE has changed forever but has it been for the better? Will this bold new take on the sitcom format yield favourable results, or will shaking up the formula blow-up in Michael Schur's face? Brod and Damask are joined once again by graphic designer and all-round great guy Sean Kirkpatrick to examine the data.

The Wire: Season 2

It's time to get the band back together! After putting away some drug dealers, Baltimore's best boys on the beat head to the docks to sniff out some good-ol' blue collar crime. The expert policin' is as engrossing as ever (especially if you're a fan of Windows XP era cargo tracking programs), but can this new nest of wharf workin' do-badder's compare to last season's loveable lot from the projects? Take a listen to Damask and Brod's full case report on everything good, the bad, and Ziggy.

Star Trek Discovery: Season 1 - Part 2

After a first half full of potential but lacking in character, Brod and Damask return to STAR TREK: DISCOVERY to find our nobel crew lost in a very strange place indeed. Part 2 of Season 1 asks all the big questions. Can the writers finally moved past this less than engaging Klingon War? Would a whole slew of fun new ideas be enough to give this show new life? Is it possible, with enough plot mechanics, to make Tyler a character we give half a damn about? And, most importantly, can packing a story full of big reveals and narrative twists compensate for a lack of character work? Beam aboard HUNTING SEASONS to discover the answers for yourself.

The Good Place: Season 1 (GUEST: Sean Kirkpatrick)

Listen up, nerds! Brod and Damask are taking the train to THE GOOD PLACE. And while they don’t have Janet around to help they were able to wrangle someone just as knowledgeable, Sean Kirkpatrick. Will this trio judge The Good Place worthy of its name? Or will they condemn it for all eternity to a life of eating spiders and watching college improv?

The Wire: Season 1

After an extended Australian summer break, Brod and Damask return to tackle one of the greatest TV show of all time. With the body count in Baltimore rising the Bad News Bears of police task-forces, rule-breaking hero McNulty, the fiercely loyal Greggs, their stoic lieutenant Daniels, and everyone’s favourite Freamon, pursue the Barksdale gang and leader, Avon. D’Angelo's words, “It ain’t about right, it’s about money,” rings true for everybody, no matter which side of The Game they’re on. Whether it be Wallace struggling to deal with the violent realities of gang life, or Lieutenant Daniels having to compromise his ideals for the good of the department, everyone’s just trying to survive.

Firefly: Season 1 (Episode 50)

Look at that! Somehow, nearly a year after starting the podcast, Hunting Seasons has made it to 50 episodes! Damask and Brod have watched a LOT of television, some good, some not so good, some down-right awful. To celebrate this milestone and see off the podcast for 2017, our hosts are jumping into a show also celebrating a milestone; FIREFLY. Famous for it's premature cancellation and passionate fandom, Joss Whedon's sci-fi romp turns 15 years old this year. Does the show rise to it's significant popularity, and does it still hold up 15 years on? Listen...OR find out.

The Handmaid’s Tale: Season 1 (GUEST: Loren de Jong)

This week Damask gets together with special guest Loren de Jong to talk about lady things like… sexual servitude, gender roles, dystopian civilisations, and fighting the patriarchy. That’s right, we’re talking about The Handmaid’s Tale! Come join us as we fight the power and become carpet munching gender traitors!

The Punisher: Season 1

We know. We said we wouldn't do it, yet here we are. Due to popular demand and a lack of self respect Damask and Brod are giving Marvel and Netflix one more shot. Does the gritty, gory and grunty THE PUNISHER aim true, or are we once again victims of a misfire? Join our hosts as they sift through the carnage to bring you a thorough and detailed postmortem.

Star Trek Discovery: Season 1 - Part 1

After 12 long years Gene Roddenberry's bright vision of the future returns to television (well, streaming services, but isn't that just what TV is now?) with STAR TREK DISCOVERY. Set a decade before Kirk famously captained the Enterprise, DISCOVERY explores a Star Fleet, typically wardens of peace and prosperity in the galaxy, at war with the Klingons. Is this bold new version of TREK on course to rival those that came before, or should they have perhaps not gone where no one has gone before? BLACK ALERT: Brod and Damask have the answers on the other side of the jump!

Master of None: Season 2

18 months after serving up it's first season on Netflix, The AFI, Peabody and Emmy award winning MASTER OF NONE returns with a freshly cooked batch of amusing observations, awkward dating anecdotes and envy inducing location shoots. Aziz Ansari once again stars as Dev Shah, a man on a mission to overcome heartache, find new love and learn how to make pasta! Did Damask and Brod find this latest course to be as satisfying as the first? Allora, you'll just have to listen to find out!

Master of None: Season 1

Aziz Ansari's debut sitcom/dramedy MASTER OF NONE exploded onto our computer and TV screens as a critical darling. The show ventures into the life of a millenial who's dealing with first dates, pasta-making, broken condoms, stereotypes, gender issues, and heartbreak. There are a whole lot of topics to cover that create an unforgettable show. But is the scope of the first season too broad? Or is Master of None able to find right balance? Listen to Brod and Damask discuss just that...

Stranger Things: Season 2

In an effort to bring you the very best STRANGER THINGS 2 content Brod and Damask did a little digging. Like, literal digging. Into a tunnel. And there were vines. And the vines attacked them and they couldn't leave. It was a whole thing and now the episode is late. They are very sorry, and to make up for it they've made this a super long episode. Yay for even more free podcast than usual!

Picking up nearly a year after returning the incident with the faceless bear thingy, Will is still dealing with the aftermath of his trauma. Doctors say it's PTSD but Joyce thinks it might be more. Meanwhile the boys are fighting over a girl, Steve is a delight and Hopper is Eleven's new Papa! Also Nancy and Jonathan do some stuff I guess. Was Season 2 able recreate the magic of it's predecessor, or did is fall victim to the sophomore season slump? These answers and more await on the other side...