Episode 28: The Leftovers

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Welcome to the 28th episode of The Leftover Popcorn Podcast! In this week’s episode we talk about The Leftovers.

Leftover Popcorn is a weekly podcast dedicated to the world of moving pictures. Co-hosts Adam McGee (that’s me) and Andrew Snyder share a passion for everything, both weird and wonderful, from the world of television and cinema, and as such we’ll be discussing an eclectic mix of topics in the weeks and months to come.

The podcast itself is built with a very simple structure, with the hosting duties shared, each episode is built around a mixture of three or four regular segments. The segments rotate from week to week leaving discussion open to new releases in film and or TV, classics from both the big and small screen, broader discussions on influential figures and their work, previews of upcoming releases, and more.

Anyway, that’s enough of an overview, let’s move on to what we have in store for you this week.

Warning: This podcast contains spoilers!

Running Order:

Intro: 0:00 – 03:42
The Leftovers: 03:43 – 27:00
The Leftovers(with spoilers): 27:01 – 1:43:35
Wrap-Up: 1:43:36 – End

Before you dive in and start listening, let’s take a closer look at the subjects of this week’s main segments.

The Leftovers – Season 3 (2017) – Damon Lindelof

Damon Lindelof’s wonderfully weird TV show about grief, spirituality, meaning and so much more (no, not Lost!) came to its conclusion recently, and we look back on three seasons of magic starring Justin Theroux and Carrie Coon, and how it all finished up.

Be sure to return next week when we’ll back to talk about season 3 of Fargo.

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