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IndieWire's Turn It On
TURN IT ON with Michael Schneider is a weekly dive into what's new and what's now in TV -- no matter what you're watching or where you're watching it. Each episode features interviews with producers, reviews, essays on the latest buzz and trends, plus a roundup of what's premiering and what's returning over the coming week. With an enormous amount of choices overwhelming even the most sophisticated viewer, TURN IT ON is a must-listen for TV fans looking to make sense of what to watch and where to watch it.
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Ratings & Reviews
3.8 stars from 6 ratings
Disappointing Audio
I really want to like this podcast, but I find the audio to not be up to par (compared to the other IndieWire podcasts). I’m still trying to listen when new ones are posted.
LMask via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/08/17
Hard to listen to (literally)
I want to like this pod, I do. I love Indiewire's Very Good TV pod. This one is a hard listen, a lot of that to do with very poor sound quality (and mixing) particularly of any of the show's interviews. The extended clips of upcoming shows are unnecessary and difficult to listen to (we're talking...Read full review »
Dcbritboy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/01/17
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