I guess my take on this year was this is the year I was positive that I loved the content coming from here and am super excited about the future. Obviously a lot of tent pole shows were not all there but I thought the Twitch experiment was worthy even if it didn't pan out, the cage was just fun and a cool experiment, and the deeper and more societal/political discussions stoked a fire for me
I think A.Ron said he would check out a couple episodes for the sake of the Baldies, don't quote me on that though.
I added an insightful tag, it's much better balanced now. In bald move tv I would like more short takes as they did with that stephen king show:"Watched 3 episodes, nothing special, sorry Steve, moving on."
The Expanse podcast and the lunches alone were worth my annual subscription fee.Please, guys, keep on putting out a new BaldMove TV every once in a while. Without you, I would not have discovered Sharp Objects or Barry, two of my favorite shows this year. Thank you for that!For the First Run Bald Movies, I could personally do with fewer super hero and action movies, and more movies that inspire insightful discussion about societal issues like Snowden, The Post, or Annihilation. I love those. Even a bad movie like The Circle sometimes inspires a great discussion.I liked Season of the Cage, but I already miss the original Commissioned podcasts. There is just a special type of excitement when suddenly a podcast for one of your favorite classic movies appears in the RSS feed. I'm still hoping to get your take on Goodfellas, on I Heart Huckabees, and on Star Trek VI one day. Thank you for your attention and for continuing to enrich my enjoyment of television! Happy 2019!
Wow, new Luther?! I love idris Elba based on that show alone. Awesome!
I feel like a lot of their time this fall was spent working on the christmas stuff. Also looking for a new studio. Unfortunately it takes a long time to script and edit the one man manger stuff. So They sunk a lot of time and effort into something that was low yeild in terms of content time. Especially when we are used to getting like 4 christmas movie podcasts and live watches.
I always feel so bad when I see this thread hit the top of the forum list again. I hope the guys don’t take this too personally and still know how much we all really appreciate them.
I will reiterate what I already said early on in the thread: let's not be defensive.As a service designer, customer reseach is a big part of my daily job. And I know that spontanious, unsolicited feedback from customers, especially the negative stuff, is GOLDEN. It can give you valuable insight into why customers might be disengaging with you; information which you would otherwise have no way of finding out about (you can look at churn rates, but that only tells you how many people are leaving - not why)Of course I can't know if the guys view it that way, but Aron seems to be welcoming the feedback, and not mind the thread title. Keep in mind that they receive many, many emails every week in which listeners express their appreciation for BM (which they choose not to read out loud during the podcast, because it would sound like autofellatio - I'm paraphrasing here)I think it's great that OP took the time to list the things he was disappointed with this year. It just shows that he cares about the content, and probably also about BM as a company and a community.