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Rolling Stone and podcast producer OBB Sound are teaming up to produce Too Long; Didn’t Watch, an original podcast series featuring a host of star names watching critically acclaimed shows for the first time.
Presented by Rolling Stone‘s chief TV critic Alan Sepinwall, Too Long; Didn’t Watch features the likes of Jon Hamm, Lena Dunham, Alison Brie, Kumail Nanjiani and more finally taking the time to watch an episode from the Peak TV shows that have defined the zeitgeist including Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones and Parks and Recreation.
The first two episodes of Too Long; Didn’t Watch debut tomorrow and have Brie experiencing fantasy epic Game of Thrones for the first time and Hamm getting to grips with Gossip Girl. Further episodes will drop weekly.
The series is executive produced by OBB founder and CEO Michael D. Ratner, OBB’s Scott Ratner, Elias Tanner, Ilyssa Walker and Rolling Stone president and COO Gus Wenner. Walker led development for OBB.
Rolling Stone is owned by Penske Media Corporation, which is also the parent company of The Hollywood Reporter.
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