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ADOWTV Season 1 Wrap with the Pop Culture Theologians – Episode 49 – Witches’ Kiki

Hello, friends!

It’s been a minute; we’ve finished our episode-by-episode analysis of A Discovery of Witches TV and we’re in a brief book episode hiatus to get ready for our chapter discussions of Book of Life (!). I can’t believe we’ve come so far; we’re so incredibly inspired by this fandom and pleased to be a part of the continuing magic that is the All Souls Trilogy.

In today’s episode, we’re joined by some fabulous newcomers to the All Souls fandom — Marci and John of the Pop Culture Theologians! We hope that you’ll find them as smart and funny as we do and that you’ll follow them in their continuing adventures on their podcast. In this episode, we talk about some very serious things (Diana’s POV, the tragedy of Juliette) and some not-so-serious things (Grey’s Anatomy! Made for TV Disney movies! The Marci-Mentions-Harry-Potter Drinking Game!). We hope you enjoy the show!

Download the episode here.

So far, the Pop Culture Theologians have covered The Purge and A Discovery of Witches. Next season, they’re covering Game of Thrones. You can find them on Twitter as @PopTheologians and on any pod-fetching service you like.

Want to stay on top of our news and updates? Follow us on Twitter or find us on Facebook. You can participate in our ongoing A Discovery of Witches TV March Madness polls in either place — it’s been a blast so far! If you’d like to support us further, please consider becoming a Patron. Between now and our next episode, check out our Reading and Release Schedule and our Episode List.

xox

Cait and Jen

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