Second Screeners Hosts Tim Arthur, Ryan Boyles, and Damond Nollan, joined by their guest co-host Aaron K. White dish on what we’re watching, social app news, and the terrible tragedy that took place in Aurora, Colorado.
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What we’re watching?
Bachelorette finale, Falling Skies gets creepy crawly, 1989 Batman, Covert Affairs season 3 premiere
Batman Begins, Dark Knight, TDKR, Breaking Bad Season 4,
Teen Wolf, The Firm, Fear Factor, and Hell’s Kitchen
Warehouse 13, Covert Affairs, White Collar, Hells Kitchen, Breaking AWESOME, Tru Blood, Suits, The Newsroom, Longmire, MiB3
Favorite App Stickers of the Week
- Teen Choice Awards 2.4 million comments, 1.2 million commenters
- Teen Choice Awards snubs Teen Wolf – fans lose their minds online
- Fan outrage over critics who review TDKR in negative light
Aurora Theater Shooting Tragedy
- Take Back the Movies
- Kevin Smith discusses tragedy on Hulu “Spoilers” show
- Heath’s dad speaks out over ‘Joker’ – can’t blame the comic book character or Heath
- Violence, Guns and Batman. Look back at 1989 Batman and Dark Knight trilogy.
- AMC and other theater chains ban masks, face paint and costumes from theaters
- IG, Tumblr and other social networks express themselves through images – the good, bad and the ugly of online sharing
- GetGlue HD announcement at Social TV Summit
- WWE rules Social TV? Shazam + WWE partnership
Hulu ads suck, especially when the tone is off with the content. Why are we made to watch this for a premium paid streaming service?
#TDKRlineparty – Twitter hashtag
- Foursquare checkin
- Storify roundup
Our take on TDKR after 1 week and 2 viewings
The Second Screeners Weigh in on Aurora
Tim, Ryan, and Damong at the Second Screeners extend thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the families and friends of the victims of the Aurora theater shooting. If you were affected by this tragedy, our thoughts are with you. We revere the theater going experience, and have been appalled by the senseless act that has caused much pain and loss for many, and threatens to tarnish the joy that is moviegoing. Take back the movies folks.
We’d love to hear how the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado has affected you, or has changed your thoughts about heading to the theater. Let us know what you think of the show! Comment below! Leave us a voice message by clicking “Leave Us a Message” on the right sidebar of this page!
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