The TV Source Podcast | Episode 108 – Season 4 Premiere – “2.0”

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The Season 4 premiere of The TV Source Podcast is finally here! The episode “2.0” marks our first official episode since December 2019, and we’re ready to show you what you can expect from our revamped and relaunched podcast.

Welcome to the New Season of The TV Source Podcast

Greetings, Listeners! On behalf of the TV Source Podcast team, I want to thank you all for letting us into your spaces for the past 3 seasons. This podcast is so near and dear to our hearts and was a labor of love.

It’s *the* flagship podcast for our outlet, carrying the name and representing the brand we worked tirelessly to build over the years. So, it goes without saying, it takes a lot of work to put these shows together. At the conclusion of our Season 3 finale in 2019, we took an extended hiatus. What was once a passion project began feeling more like an albatross. Simply put, we weren’t having fun anymore. Couple that with personal losses due to COVID, returning to podcasting was the last thing on our minds. But it’s true that absence can make the heart grow fonder, and as we began discussing dipping our toes back into the water for the two Days of our Lives specials, we hosted in late 2021, we realized we still had that spark and passion for podcast. It was then we began reimagining what this show could be.

As we embark on the beginning of our fourth season, we are kicking off TV Source Podcast 2.0! Soap operas will continue to be a part of our format, but we are going to incorporate primetime, pop culture and other entertainment features into our program – including incorporating interviews into our program.

We hope you will stick with us as we embark on this evolution and growth, while we continue to deliver the can’t miss content you’ve come to love. That said, let’s get started!

— TV Source Editors

Podcast 108 | Season 4 Premiere – “2.0”

Produced by Johnathon K.
Hosts: Ryan White, Coryon Gray, Jonathon K., and Ashley Dionne
Taped: January 13, 2021

Synopsis: Join The TV Source Podcast as they kick off their fourth season with a revamp. We’re talking recasts at The Young and the Restless, why are all the black TV series airing on Tuesdays, social media puppet wars, Britney vs. Jamie Lynn and more.

Soap Update [07:00]: Y&R recasts Ashland due to Covid policy failures – Richard Burgi is out, and Guiding Light’s Robert Newman is in! Camryn Grimes gets engaged; B&B cast Paris’ mother; B&B’s Lawrence St. Victor steps into a new field joining the cast of the NBA 2K22 video game. He joins fellow soap stars such as Courtney Hope and Christopher Sean who have done voice over work for video games in recent years; Linsey Godfrey returns to Days of our Lives as Sarah Horton.

Primetime Update [25:45]: Why you should be watching ABC’s Abbott Elementary. Why are all the black series airing on Tuesday? The discourse around Peacock’s Bel Air vs. All-American, and why it’s possible for these shows to co-exist.

Interview Highlight [Timestamp 44:00]: Days of our Lives star Carson Boatman aka Johnny DiMera speaks with TV Source about his big 2021 – getting married, making his soap debut, and playing the devil. The complete interview will be published at TVSourceMagazine.com.

What’s Trending [Timestamp: 01:08:15]: The world is so bad that we must find joy in a feud between a puppet and a rock. Bronx native Elmo has had ENOUGH of his nemesis Rocco. We discuss the all-important question – are you Team Elmo or Team Rocco? And why is Zoe gaslighting Elmo? Also Discussed: Breaking down the war of words between Britney Spears and Jamie Lynn Spears. 61-year-old woman marries man 37 years her junior, plans to have baby via surrogate.

Current Events [Timestamp: 1:27:00]: What passion projects have we watched since the passing of Betty White, Bob Saget and Sydney Poitier; John admits he’s never watched Golden Girls, remains the worst; Prince Andrew loses his ranks and crown privileges; Wordle takes the world by storm.

Free-for-All Segment [Time Stamp: 01:39:00]: New films we’ve watched since the pandemic started.

On the next episode:

  • Debating why “And Just Like That” should not have been greenlit
  • Exploring the reluctance to become invested in General Hospital’s Spencer & Trina pairing.
  • When should networks cut ties with their soap creatives?
  • More to come!
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Ryan White-Nobles
Ryan White-Nobles is Editor-in-Chief of TV Source Magazine. He's began covering entertainment and soap operas in 2005. In 2009 he co-launched Soap Opera Source, and led the TV Source rebrand in 2012. He's a natural #Heel who loves a spirited debate and probably watches too much TV. Follow him on Twitter at @SourceRyan to discuss all things TV, soaps, sports, wrestling and pop culture.

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