Four TV nerds with wildly different tastes discuss the latest releases and where you can stream them...
From Ru Paul's Drag Race to Westworld and every so often the very pits of Hell (Jersey Shore), the gang are here to guide you through the growing bramble of on-demand video and the TV shows and films they offer.
Each week the team performs a ritualistic snog/marry/avoid on the latest releases, digs deep for some hidden gems and pours gasoline the raging garbage fires you can find on services like Netflix, Stan, Foxtel and Amazon Prime Video.
Brodie was most famously considered for the role of Young Sheldon before stepping down after reported "creative differences". These days he fills time writing about entertainment for finder.com.au and hosting this here podcast. It's no 22-episode deal with a high chance of renewal and eventual syndication but it's a living...
Florida's hottest export since Key Lime Pie, Adam has been podcasting for over a decade now. Depending on who you talk to, it is widely believed that Adam fathered the format, which is why he's commonly (and affectionately) referred to as Podcast Daddy. Adam is an editor at finder.com.au
, covering the ups and downs of Australia's housing market. It is here he cultivates a burning rage that is later processed into top-shelf stand-up material.
Sally McMullen is what you'd get if David Bowie and Lady Gaga had a daughter that, at an early age, developed a strong attachment to the world of reality television and the loveable oafs that inhabit it. By day, Sally reports on the latest news from the world of finance here at finder.com.au and by night, she writes about the Australian music scene
and interviews touring bands and performers.
While Ally's days as the masked wrestler The Kost are in the past, her fiery passion for the sport still pervades every thought in every waking moment. It's a blessing and a curse. The Kost spends her days making sure people are up to date and educated on everything Australia's nutso insurance market has to offer but you can often find her asking baristas and cashiers to "step into the ring".
The View Finder Streaming Podcast brands itself as a comedy and entertainment podcast. These claims have not been approved by legal. After reviewing a single episode for legal sign-off, the legal department's response was that we were "in the clear" in terms of branding and fair use but went on to liken the episode to a "meandering drunk", claimed that our criticisms were "unfair" and said the use of profanity served no "real purpose". So we're off to a cracking start!