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A podcast about the first two seasons of the TV Show Good Omens. We're waiting for the announcement of a renewal for Good Omens Season 3 on Prime Video.

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Good Omens Finale 206 Every Day

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08/31/23 • 85 min

It's time for the finale as John and his own ineffable husband discuss Good Omens Season 2 Episode 6 "Every Day". It all wraps up as we learn what happened to Gabriel and get a melancholy end for Aziraphale and Crowley.

Based on the book Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman and starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen we’re discussing each of the six episodes of this series one a week. This is our spoiler filled discussion so as always make sure you’ve watched the episode before listening to the podcast.

Good Omens 206 “Every Day” synopsis

While Aziraphale, Nina and Maggie fend off the demons, Crowley discovers the reason for Gabriel's disappearance: he refused to support a second attempt at Armageddon. Gabriel was demoted from his position as an Archangel, but before his memories could be wiped by Saraquel, both him and his memories can not be located in heaven.

Crowley returns to the bookshop, where Aziraphale has successfully fended off the demons and accidentally declared war on Hell by using his halo. Beelzebub appears, and reveals that Gabriel's memories were hidden in the fly inside the box that Gabriel had been carrying.

Gabriel's memories – including those of him conducting a romance with Beelzebub – are restored. He and Beelzebub choose to abandon Heaven and Hell and leave together, for their own versions of heaven and hell...maybe for Alpha Centauri.

As the assembled demons and angels squabble over what happens next, the Metatron arrives sending Michael, Uriel and Saraquel back to heaven, as the demons are taken back to hell. The Metatron has a vacancy left by Gabriel and is looking for a new archangel. He offers Aziraphale Gabriel's former position as well as the ability to restore Crowley's status as an angel if he chooses to work with him. Meanwhile, Crowley prepares to confess his feelings to Aziraphale after a good talking to by Nina and Maggie.

Together at last, Aziraphale informs Crowley that he plans to accept the Metatron's offer, while Crowley asks Aziraphale to abandon Heaven and Hell so they can become and Us, just as Gabriel and Beelzebub did. Caught off guard Aziraphale asks Crowley to instead return to Heaven as an angel to work together, but Crowley refuses the offer realising Aziraphale is being manipulated.

Aziraphale leaves Earth (and Crowley) to go work for Heaven, where the Metatron informs him that his task, for which he has the perfect skill set for will be to enact the Second Coming.

Our top signs of the apocalypse

Each episode we’ll go through our top moments of the episode called the Top “Signs of The Apocalypse”. We’d love to hear about your favourite moments, any thoughts, theories and Easter eggs that you see in the episodes that we might have missed. Email us at [email protected] with either an MP3 recording of your thoughts or an email for each episode.

Subscribe to TV Podcast Industries

If you want to keep up with us and all of our podcasts please subscribe to the podcast over at https://tvpodcastindustries.com where we will continue to podcast about multiple TV shows we hope you’ll love.

We’re very happy to have partnered with Podcastica the best podcast network out there. Check out Podcastica.com for other podcasts such as The White Lotus Podcast where they are looking back at each episode of HBO’s White Lotus. Run for your Lives with Daphne and Pake which covers movies that would make you Run For Your Life. This week they are celebrating three years of podcasting with a wild 1980 creature feature “Alligator” Starring Robert Forster.

Next Time on Good Omens

Thanks so much for joining us for this season of Good Omens. We hope to return to this world when and if Good Omens Season 3 is created. Let's all cross our fingers that it isn't another four year break.

Derek and John

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08/31/23 • 85 min

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Good Omens 205 The Ball

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08/24/23 • 68 min

We're back for the penultimate episode of Good Omens Season 2 with our chat all about Chapter 5 "The Ball. As Aziraphale gets all romantic with a Jane Austen inspired ball, a horde of hell want their angle or everyone will be toste.

Based on the book Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman and starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen we’re discussing each of the six episodes of this series one a week. This is our spoiler filled discussion so as always make sure you’ve watched the episode before listening to the podcast.

Good Omens 205 “The Ball” synopsis

On the day of the Whickber Street Traders and Shopkeepers Association Monthly Meeting, Aziraphale, with an increasingly impatient, bored and bemused Crowley tagging along, gathers together the local residents, offering rare and unique books to encourage everyone to join. He uses a small miracle to transform the meeting into a Regency-style ball, hoping the Jane Austen-inspired atmosphere will get Maggie and Nina together.

Meanwhile, in Hell Shax prepares to storm AC Fell’s Bookshop as she requisitions a legion of Hell’s finest demons from Furfur. The horde of 10,000 soon gets whittled down to 1000, a bit further to 500 demons until agreement lands on 100 which actually becomes 70. As Shax tries to rally her mini-horde she encounters an irritatingly inquisitive demon called Eric who just keeps asking questions until he’s vapourised to dust by Shax. Just as it couldn’t get any worse, Shax learns that the big transporter up to Earth is out of action and they must instead take the stairs!!

Leaving Aziraphale to his tasks in advance of “the night to remember”, Crowley confronts Jim, short for James, short for Gabriel about who he really is and what happened to him. He learns that Gabriel’s mind and memories were first in a matchbox and then transferred to the cardboard box he was carrying when he arrived at Aziraphale’s shop.

As the humans dance, Shax arrives with 1/75th of a legion of demons and prepares to storm the bookshop, but cannot cross the threshold as they have not been invited in. Shax threatens to kill all the humans in the shop unless they surrender Gabriel. Jim understands that it’s him they want and tries to surrender himself, but Aziraphale and Crowley’s earlier miracle prevents the demons from recognizing him, and they continue to threaten the bookshop.

While Aziraphale protects the bookshop, Crowley evacuates most of the human guests, then forces the human officer, Inspector Constable Muriel to arrest him and bring him to Heaven to put an end to all of this.

Our top signs of the apocalypse

Each episode we’ll go through our top moments of the episode called the Top “Signs of The Apocalypse”. We’d love to hear about your favourite moments, any thoughts, theories and Easter eggs that you see in the episodes that we might have missed. Email us at [email protected] with either an MP3 recording of your thoughts or an email for each episode.

Subscribe to TV Podcast Industries

If you want to keep up with us and all of our podcasts please subscribe to the podcast over at https://tvpodcastindustries.com where we will continue to podcast about multiple TV shows we hope you’ll love.

We’re very happy to have partnered with Podcastica the best podcast network out there. Check out Podcastica.com for other podcasts such as The White Lotus Podcast where they are looking back at each episode of HBO’s White Lotus. Run for your Lives with Daphne and Pake which covers movies that would make you Run For Your Life. This week they’re discussing Bird Box Barcelona the sequel to the Sandra Bullock starring Netflix horror movie.

Next Time on Good Omens

Thanks so much for joining us for this episode of Good Omens. We’ll be back with our discussion of the final episode of Good Omens Season 2 Chapter 6: Every Day next week.

Derek and John

TV Podcast Industries

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08/24/23 • 68 min

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Good Omens 204 The Hitchhiker

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08/17/23 • 52 min

Derek and John are back for our weekly Good Omens Season 2 podcast with Chapter 4 "The Hitchhiker".

Nazi zombies invade London in a minisode in the 1940s featuring the League of Gentlemen cast and writers.

Based on the book Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman and starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen we’re discussing each of the six episodes of this series one a week. This is our spoiler filled discussion so as always make sure you’ve watched the episode before listening to the podcast.

Good Omens 204 “The Hitchhiker” synopsis

The demon Shax hitches a lift with Aziraphale as he drives Crowley’s Bentley back from Edinburgh, and deduces that Gabriel is hiding in the bookshop.

Meanwhile, returning to 1941, three Nazi agents go to Hell after they are killed by a falling bomb and plenty of demonic intervention by Crowley. Standing in line to go straight to Hell, the three Nazis, Mr Glozier, Mr Harmony and Greta Kleinsman, mention to their processor, the demon Furfur, that they are there only because of Crowley and Aziraphale.

Furfur offers to spare them eternal damnation and resurrect them as flesheating Nazi zombies if they spy for him. Furfur hopes to advance his rank in Hell by getting proof that the demon and angel are consorting together.

As Aziraphale joins Crowley in Blitz damaged London to deliver his bootleg booze to the West End, Aziraphale offers to perform magic on the West End to help the owner of the loss making theatre. Aziraphale begins to prepare his show with the help of Crowley who suggests something with more of a bang leading them to invest in a potentially lethal bullet trick that he’ll perform on stage with the help of Crowley and plenty of miracles if all goes wrong. All the while the two are being followed by the nibbling Nazi zombies.

At the theatre, Mr Glozier calls Furfur to the show to get his evidence and who places a miracle blocker over the theatre. With the anti-upped the trick is a huge success, but Furfur takes a photo of the pair's cavorting and cooperation and tells them both they're doomed. As their reward the Nazis will live out their days as zombies roaming the earth.

Furfur goes to present the proof to the Dark Council, not knowing Aziraphale’s sleight of hand as he switches the photo with a West End poster, and the Council dismiss poor Furfur, laughing and taunting him at his failure.

Back in the present, Shax, with the permission of Beelzebub, plans to storm the bookshop with the very best of the demonic army at her disposal and take Gabriel by force. Meanwhile Aziraphale has plans of his own to pull out all the stops to get Nina and Maggie together at the Whickber Street Traders and Shopkeepers Association Monthly Meeting. It’ll be a night to remember!

Our top signs of the apocalypse

Each episode we’ll go through our top moments of the episode called the Top “Signs of The Apocalypse”. We’d love to hear about your favourite moments, any thoughts, theories and Easter eggs that you see in the episodes that we might have missed. Email us at [email protected] with either an MP3 recording of your thoughts or an email for each episode.

Subscribe to TV Podcast Industries

If you want to keep up with us and all of our podcasts please subscribe to the podcast over at https://tvpodcastindustries.com where we will continue to podcast about multiple TV shows we hope you’ll love.

We’re very happy to have partnered with Podcastica the best podcast network out there. Check out Podcastica.com for other podcasts such as The White Lotus Podcast where they are looking back at each episode of HBO’s White Lotus. Run for your Lives with Daphne and Pake which covers movies that would make you Run For Your Life. This week they’re discussing Bird Box Barcelona the sequel to the Sandra Bullock starring Netflix horror movie.

Next Time on Good Omens

Thanks so much for joining us for this episode of Good Omens. We’ll be back with our discussion of Good Omens Season 2 Chapter 5: The Ball next week.

Derek and John

TV Podcast Industries

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08/17/23 • 52 min

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Good Omens 203 I Know Where I'm Going

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08/11/23 • 69 min

Derek and John are back for our weekly Good Omens Season 2 podcast with Episode 3 "I Know Where I'm Going".

It's a trip to Edinburgh in the present day to investigate clues and in the past to investigate a moral dilemma.

Based on the book Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman and starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen we’re discussing each of the six episodes of this series one a week. This is our spoiler filled discussion so as always make sure you’ve watched the episode before listening to the podcast.

Good Omens 203 “I Know Where I'm Going” synopsis

Heaven sends junior angel Muriel, disguised as a human police officer Inspector Constable, to spy on Aziraphale and audit the 25 Lazurii miracle that Aziraphale and Crowley performed. But Muriel, watching her freshly brewed cuppa and in her white police constable uniform is clueless about life on Earth and is easily misdirected to follow Nina and Maggie to see if the miracle worked.

As Aziraphale takes the Bentley to Edinburgh to investigate the raging clue he’s found, he is reminded of his time in Edinburgh in 1827, when he and Crowley found a very uncanny statue of Gabriel.

While investigating the statue they chance upon a poor girl, Elspeth, a bodysnatcher, who robs graves and sells the corpses to doctors to support herself and her friend wee Morag. Aziraphale considers her deeds to be wrong and sabotages her sale, but after Doctor Darlympyl explains the corpses he purchases are to help medical science understand how to treat living people, he changes his mind about Elspeth's deeds.

Elspeth, Morag, Crowley and Aziraphale try to dig up another corpse, but Morag is killed by a grave gun, protecting the grave, and which provides a perfect opportunity for Elspeth to sell wee Morag's fresh corpse to the doctor. With the five pounds received she buys a bottle of wine to toast wee Morag’s life with Crowley and Aziraphale, and then tries to poison herself to join wee Morag. But Crowley prevents her from doing so and he forces Aziraphale to give her enough money to escape poverty and live a better life. His good deed gets noticed indeed by Hell and he is returned to answer for his crimes.

Back in AZ Fell and Co Bookshop in present day Soho Crowley is trying to babysit Jim, short for James, short for Gabriel. As Crowley manipulates the weather in a failed attempt to push Maggie and Nina together he triggers Jim to announce a prophecy. The end is getting closer and the dead will rise.

Outside, Shax believes Aziraphale is instrumental in hiding Gabriel and she tells Crowley she will declare war on Aziraphale if her suspicions are proven correct.

Our top signs of the apocalypse

Each episode we’ll go through our top moments of the episode called the Top “Signs of The Apocalypse”. We’d love to hear about your favourite moments, any thoughts, theories and Easter eggs that you see in the episodes that we might have missed. Email us at [email protected] with either an MP3 recording of your thoughts or an email for each episode.

Subscribe to TV Podcast Industries

If you want to keep up with us and all of our podcasts please subscribe to the podcast over at https://tvpodcastindustries.com where we will continue to podcast about multiple TV shows we hope you’ll love.

We’re very happy to have partnered with Podcastica the best podcast network out there. Check out Podcastica.com for other podcasts such as The White Lotus Podcast where they are looking back at each episode of HBO’s White Lotus. Run for your Lives with Daphne and Pake which covers movies that would make you Run For Your Life. This week they’re discussing Danny Boyle’s excellent 2000 outbreak movie “28 Days Later” starring Cillian Murphy..

Next Time on Good Omens

Thanks so much for joining us for this episode of Good Omens. We’ll be back with our discussion of Good Omens Season 2 Chapter 4: The Hitchhiker featuring the minisode Nazi Zombie Flesheaters next week.

Derek and John

TV Podcast Industries

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08/11/23 • 69 min

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Good Omens 202 The Clue

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08/04/23 • 56 min

John and his own ineffable fiancé Derek return for our weekly coverage of Good Omens Season 2 with Episode 2 "The Clue".

Another great fun tale featuring a comedic take on the trials of Job.

Based on the book Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman and starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen we’re discussing each of the six episodes of this series one a week. This is our spoiler filled discussion so as always make sure you’ve watched the episode before listening to the podcast.

Good Omens 202 “The Clue” synopsis

In 2500 BCE in the Land of Uz, Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) arrives to stop Crowley (David Tennant) from bestowing the nicest guy in the world, Job (Peter Davidson), horrific disasters to befall him, including his herd of goats. He learns that Crowley is there by permission of The Almighty (Frances McDormand) and the trials are intended to test Job’s faith as a bet between God and Satan.

Aziraphale, feeling pity for him, is horrified by the prospect of heaven and hell destroying Job's children, and after some convincing he and Crowley trick the angels into thinking that Job's children are dead, although hidden in lizard form.

When the Archangels reveal the tests to Job and reward him with double his losses, Crowley and Aziraphale hatch a plan. Crowley disguised as Uzu the Sihite, a professional midwife and cobbler, pretends to extract Job’s wife, Siti’s (Andi Osho), ribs to kid, while transforming his actual children from lizard form. Aziraphale confirms that all birthing was in accordance with how it happened in the Garden of Eden and that the children are in fact new replacements. But Aziraphale feels great guilt for thwarting the will of God, and wonders if he did the right thing.

In the present, Jim, short for James, short for Gabriel (Jon Hamm), seems to be enjoying his job as bookshop assistant so much he begins singing the Buddy Holly hit Everyday. Could this be The Clue to Gabriel’s amnesia?

Meanwhile, Michael (Doon Mackichan), Uriel (Gloria Obianyo), and Saraqael (Liz Carr) arrive in Soho upon tracing the miracle to the bookshop. However, due to the miracle Aziraphale and Crowley performed, they cannot recognize Gabriel, and leave, still suspicious of Aziraphale, who assures the assembled hosts that the miracle was for love between Maggie (Maggie Service) and Nina (Nina Sosanya).

As Shax (Miranda Richardson) offers to drop the hostility towards Crowley in exchange for the information on where Gabriel is; while Aziraphale commandeers Crowley’s wheels to embark on a road trip to The Resurrectionists, a pub at 66 Goat Gate in Edinburgh to investigate his brand new Clue leaving an exasperated Crowley to watch over the bookshop and Gabriel.

Our top signs of the apocalypse

Each episode we’ll go through our top moments of the episode called the Top “Signs of The Apocalypse”. We’d love to hear about your favourite moments, any thoughts, theories and Easter eggs that you see in the episodes that we might have missed. Email us at [email protected] with either an MP3 recording of your thoughts or an email for each episode.

Subscribe to TV Podcast Industries

If you want to keep up with us and all of our podcasts please subscribe to the podcast over at https://tvpodcastindustries.com where we will continue to podcast about multiple TV shows we hope you’ll love.

We’re very happy to have partnered with Podcastica the best podcast network out there. Check out Podcastica.com for loads of great podcasts ...

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08/04/23 • 56 min

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Good Omens 201 The Arrival Podcast

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07/29/23 • 51 min

The end of the world is nigh once again as we return for Good Omens Season 2 Chapter 1 "The Arrival".

Based on the book Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman and starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen we’ll be discussing each of the six episodes of this series one by one. This is our spoiler filled discussion so as always make sure you’ve watched the episode before listening to the podcast.

Good Omens 201 “The Arrival” synopsis

After averting the apocalypse, Crowley (David Tennant) and Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) are on the outs with heaven and hell.

Crowley is living in his car, feeling aimless and just very bored, even his interactions with his replacement, Shax (Miranda Richardson), the new high representative of hell in London are a struggle. As Shax gets to grips with her role she is so confused about why being a demon on earth is so easy and why the humans keep inflicting evil, horrible stuff to each other. But Shax hears something juicy on the heaven-hell grapevine (which definitely doesn't exist) is awash with rumours that there's something going down in the UP.

Meanwhile at A Z Fell and Co bookshop in Soho Aziraphale is relaxing to a new record he bought from Maggie (Maggie Service) in the vinyl shop across the road and forgiving her rent arrears. Relaxing into Shostakovich, he is disturbed when a very confused and very naked Archangel Gabriel (Jon Hamm), holding a box, walks through the street straight to his shop. He doesn't know who he, where he is or who Aziraphale is, but he knows that Aziraphale will keep him safe and stop the “bad thing”, that he doesn’t know what it is, from happening.

Slightly panicked about what is going on, Aziraphale calls the only one he knows that can help, Crowley, who is far from happy to help Gabriel. Crowley has no inclination to help Gabriel, suggesting they leave him on Dartmoor and he refuses to help his friend, leaving to go back to his car. While away, Crowley is called on by Beelzeebub who will return Crowley to hell if he brings Gabriel to him. Beelzebub also informs him that Extreme Sanctions will be used by heaven against anyone harbouring Gabriel from them. Crowley returns immediately to Aziraphale to help him and admits with a little dance that he was wrong and Aziraphale was right. Together the two perform a very minor half a miracle to hide Gabriel, now named James/Jim from everyone's sight.

But the miracle isn't minor enough and with klaxons blaring and red lights flashing in heaven it attracts the attention of Michael (Doon Mackichan) and the other angels to a little bookshop in Soho.

Our top signs of the apocalypse

Each episode we’ll go through our top moments of the episode called the Top “Signs of The Apocalypse”. We’d love to hear about your favourite moments, any thoughts, theories and Easter eggs that you see in the episodes that we might have missed. Email us at [email protected] with either an MP3 recording of your thoughts or an email for each episode.

Subscribe to TV Podcast Industries

If you want to keep up with us and all of our podcasts please subscribe to the podcast over at https://tvpodcastindustries.com where we will continue to podcast about multiple TV shows we hope you’ll love.

We’re very happy to have partnered with Podcastica the best podcast network out there. Check out Podcastica.com for loads of great podcasts including The Cast of Us where all of their walking dead content sits and Strange Indeed which has just finished covering Black Mirror Season 6 on their feed.

Next Time on Good Omens

Thanks so much for joining us for this episode of Good Omens. We’ll be back with our discussion of Good Omens Season 2 Chapter 2 "The Clue" next week.

Derek and John

TV Podcast Industries

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07/29/23 • 51 min

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After over six years of podcasting TV podcast Industries celebrated it’s 500th Episode with a live podcast and pub quiz. We also had contributions from our wonderful listeners and voicemails

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07/06/20 • 125 min

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06/12/19 • 60 min

We finish our latest series of podcasts with our Good Omens Episode 6 review of “The Very Last Day of The Rest of Their Lives”. We discuss it all in our spoiler-filled podcast.

Good Omens Episode 6 “The Very Last Day of The Rest of Their Lives” Synopsis.

Crowley (David Tennant), Aziraphale (Michael Sheen), Madame Tracy (Miranda Richardson) and Shadwell (Michael McKean) arrive to kill the Antichrist, but instead see The Them face off against the Riders of the apocalypse at the Tadfield military base, as Adam Young (Sam Taylor Buck) reveals that they aren’t really anything other than figments of human imagination. Armageddon is slow dismantled as Pepper (Amma Ris) tells War (Mireille Enos) she believes in peace, Brian (Ilan Galkoff) tells Pollution (Lourdes Faberes) he wants a clean world and Wensleydale (Alfie Taylor) tells Famine (Yusuf Gatewood) he just wants a balanced diet (and a good lunchbox).

With the riders gone from the Doomsday table Gabriel (Jon Hamm) and Beelzebub (Anna Maxwell Martin) come to find out why war hasn’t started between the hordes of angels and demons – it seems to be something to do with a mix up between the Great Plan and the Ineffable Plan! As they leave to tell their higher and lower powers, Beelzebub gets Satan (Voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch) involved, but his wrath is curtailed by the admonishment by Adam that he, Satan, is not his real father as he’s not been around to bring him up.

As Satan slinks back to his fiery depths the world is returned to normal (with just a few tweeks). But Aziraphase and Crowley are kidnapped by the forces of heaven and hell for their betrayal. Thankfully, the final prediction of Agnes Nutter to choose “thy fayces carefully” saves them both as disguised as one another Crowley relaxes in a nice bath of Holy water and Aziriphale warms himself in hell fire. Back on earth as two angels are dining at the Ritz, so a nightingale sings in Berkeley Square.

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Each episode we’ll go through our top five moments of the episode called the Top 5 “Signs of The Apocalypse”. We’d love to hear about your favourite moments, any thoughts, theories and Easter eggs that you see in the episodes that we might have missed. Email us at [email protected] with either an MP3 recording of your thoughts or an email for each episode.

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06/12/19 • 60 min

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Good Omens Episode 5 Podcast about "The Doomsday Option"

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06/11/19 • 68 min

It’s the penultimate episode with our Good Omens Episode 5 review of “The Doomsday Option”. We discuss it all in our spoiler-filled podcast.

Good Omens Episode 5 “The Doomsday Option” Synopsis

Crowley (David Tennant) has lost his best friend but in the burning remnants of A.Z. Fell & Company has found the prophecies of Agnes Nutter (Witch). He doesn’t know what to do until Aziraphale, Ghost Angel (Michael Sheen) finds a way for his ghostly body to talk to the drunken demon. The angel tells Crowley (Demon) to get his arse to Tadfield Air Base while he finds a body to possess.

Luckily Madame Tracy (Miranda Richardson) is holding a seance to earn a little extra cash but gets a real visitation as Aziraphale merges with her and leads Tracy and Shadwell (Michael McKean) to the start of the end of the world.

Meanwhile at Hogsback woods, Adam Young (Sam Taylor Buck) is having trouble keeping control of his friends. He wants their support but when he gives them their free will back they turn and walk away including his beloved Dog. The Them finally convince Adam that what he’s planning is all wrong and he realises that he needs to work hard to stop the apocalypse.

As the Riders of the Apocalypse arrive at the US airfield base, with some directions from the local Neighbourhood Watch representative JP Tyler (Fleabag’s Bill Paterson), Tadfield starts to get busy, busy as everyone else converges on this teeny tiny village in rural Oxfordshire – the new centre of the universe and final place for the Armageddon standoff.

Our top 5 signs of the apocalypse

Each episode we’ll go through our top five moments of the episode called the Top 5 “Signs of The Apocalypse”. We’d love to hear about your favourite moments, any thoughts, theories and Easter eggs that you see in the episodes that we might have missed. Email us at [email protected] with either an MP3 recording of your thoughts or an email for each episode.

Subscribe to TV Podcast Industries

If you want to keep up with us and all of our podcasts please subscribe to the podcast over at https://tvpodcastindustries.com where we will continue to podcast about multiple TV shows we hope you’ll love.

We’re very happy to have partnered with Podcastica the best podcast network out there. Check out Podcastica.com for loads of great podcasts including House Podcastica all about Game of Thrones, Walking Dead Cast which will return with Fear the Walking Dead has returned this week and Strange Indeed which will cover Black Mirror Season 5 from June 5th.

Next Time on Good Omens

Thanks so much for joining us for this episode of Good Omens. We’ll be back with our final podcast about Good Omens with Episode 6 “The Very Last Day Of The Rest Of Their Lives later this week.

Derek, Chris and John

TV Podcast Industries

Date Recorded: 09/06/2019

Date Published: 11/06/2019

MP3, 67.18 min. 112kbps, 54.2 MB

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06/11/19 • 68 min

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Good Omens Episode 4 Podcast about "Saturday Morning Funtime"

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06/07/19 • 67 min

We chat about all of the signs of the apocalypse in Good Omens Episode 4 “Saturday Morning Funtime”. We discuss it all in our spoiler-filled podcast.

Good Omens Episode 4 “Saturday Morning Funtime”

The world is getting weirder. Atlantis has risen from the deep, a Kraken has arrived to destroy all Japanese scientific vessels that definitely aren’t whaling ships, and aliens have landed to give a message of “cosmic harmony and suchlike” for everyone in the whole wide world.

In Soho, Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) is not being listened to, even though he knows how to find the antichrist, stop the apocalypse and prevent the war between heaven and hell. Crowley (David Tennant) isn’t faring any better as Hastur and Ligur find out that he lost the real Antichrist, and come to take him back to hell.

As forces begin to forge around Adam Young (Sam Taylor Buck), Newton Pulsifer (Jack Whitehall) travels to Tadfield and meets Anathema Device (Adria Arjona) fulfilling another of Agnes Nutter’s Prophecies (under the bed). As Shadwell (Michael McKean) gets a premonition that Newton is in trouble he tries to get some money from Aziraphale and mistakenly sends the angel back to heaven.

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Date Recorded: 05/06/2019

Date Published: 07/06/2019

MP3, 67.18 min. 112kbps, 54.2 MB

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