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Current Shows

Cut to the Chase



Cut To The Chase is a sports-centered show hosted by Chase Thomas that typically features a new guest in the sports media world each week. There are a lot of talented people out there, and Chase hopes to get the chance to talk with every one of them.

Generation Animation


Generation Animation is your in-depth look at all things animated. Cartoons, anime, CG, shorts, you name it! If it's animated, Generation Animation will break it down with expert discussion and amusing banter.

Hideous Energy


Hideous Energy is a place where thoughts and words can't be stopped. David Hopkins and Austin Wilson love comics, and can never stop reading them, or talking about them. Listen to their opinions, some based on facts and others that are wild lies. They reanimated monsters. All for comics.

The Media Burnout


The Media Burnout is your ultimate weekly show on celebrity news, pop culture, movies, tech, television and games, hosted by Ben Malcolm and Jeff Palylyk.

Mike & Maria in Wonderland


Michael Bennett and Maria Kanellis bring you news and gossip, add a dash of political madness, a sugar cube of relationship advice, some famous frosting, a spoonful of wedding planning, a ring full of wrestling, and of course a healthy heaping of laughter to give you Mike & Maria in Wonderland.

Now Playing NOW!


Otherwise known as The Silver Screen Specialist Showcase, hosts Theron Reynolds, Phil Buck, Ashley and Travis Clark, and Paul Ingram bring you all the latest news and review in television and film!

RBR: Weekly Wrestling Talk


Fan Off's cult favorite look at all of the weekly happenings in the world of professional wrestling and the leader in quality wrestling talk shows, featuring all around knowledgeable wrestling chat from the illustrious Fatal Four; William R. Washington, Matt Galloway, Paul Griffin, and Maxwell Baumbach.


Past Shows

Alter Ego Comic Cast

Anime Round Table and Review

LOL SPORTS!

Rinse/Repeat

System Lynk

Tom Campbell's Better World

Unsportsmanlike Conduct