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AIPT Television podcast episode 1: A ‘Loki’ retrospective, Emmy nominations, and a Comic-Con@Home preview

The inaugural AIPT Television podcast kicks off with a look back at ‘Loki’ season 1, initial reactions of this year’s Emmys, and a preview of the TV panels during Comic-Con@Home.

Hello and welcome to the first episode of the AIPT Television podcast where we share our thoughts on current shows and discuss the news and happenings within the TV industry. The show is hosted by AIPT TV editor, Gary Catig, and will have a guest each episode. Joining us for episode one is the AIPT Content and Media Manager, David Brooke.

We’ll be looking back at the first season of Loki now that it’s over as well as giving our initial reactions to the recent Emmy nominations and a preview of the television side of this year’s Comic-Con@Home. As a warning, there are spoilers ahead. Listen to the first episode below.

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