Sunday, June 14, 2020

New Podcast: Pushing the Button

Greetings everyone. I've discovered an uptick in Chronologically LOST activity since the world started going into lockdown. It appears that now is the perfect time for some to revisit their old favorite shows, or in this case, a different look at one of your favorite shows.

Anyway, I just learned of a new podcast which I am very excited about. A question I've been asked a number of times is if you should watch Chronologically LOST if you've never actually watched LOST before. My answer has always been that while I think it's a fascinating idea and I would love to know how something like that might turn out, I can't actually recommend anyone do it, as the show itself is incredible and you would lose out on that viewing experience of watching it for the first time. Well, fortunately for us all, Kenn Edwards (@kennfluencer) and Emily Agliano (@emilyagliano) has tasked his friends with carrying out that very idea and is showing them Chronologically LOST (having never seen or really knowing much at all about LOST) and then discussing the episodes afterward on a podcast.

It's a really wild idea, and I can't wait to see how it turns out. The podcast is called Pushing the Button, and it's co-hosted by Kenn Edwards and Emily Agliano. Should be available wherever you get your podcasts, but here's a link to the Apple Podcasts page where the first episode dropped yesterday:

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