How do you take a great format and make it… worse? Apparently it’s just add American celebrities!

Your fave Bingeboxers take a long, hard look at CELEBRITY GOGGLEBOX USA and find it fails when measured by almost every metric. Prepare yourselves. (Also Jo talks about /that/ sexy show on Netflix, so be ready!)

Join Dan, Jo, Brooky and Molk as we give you some great tips, hints on shows to watch and those to give a wide berth to as we land squarely in the TV Bingebox!

In this episode we cover off:

  • Our Clap or Slap shows (ones we’ve been loving and others we’ve had the misfortune to watch) including: Extremis (Netflix), Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein? (Investigation Discovery, Foxtel), Rhonda’s Rewind (You Tube), Spelling the Dream (Netflix), Marcella S03 (Netflix), Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 1 (Netflix), Catherine the Great (ABC iview), 365 (Netflix), Filthy Rich and Homeless S03 (SBS), Cults & Extreme Beliefs (SBS), Fallout 4 (Xbox One), Aussie Salvage Squad (Discovery), NRL – Eels v Panthers on Friday Night Football (Nine), Derry Girls (C4/Netflix), Jeffery Epstein – Filthy Rich (Netflix), Police Hour of Duty (SEVEN), Big Brother (Seven, 7Plus);
  • We did it as a #GroupBinge so, as it turns out, you didn’t have to… all eyes on CELEBRITY GOGGLEBOX USA; and
  • Jo gets to Rewind! to one of her most fave Connie Britton jams with NASHVILLE.

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Steve Molk
Steve Molk is sharply focused on the business of TV in Australia across all its formats - FTA broadcast, commercial, subscription, catch up & SVOD. Based on the Central Coast of NSW he's a passionate advocate for Australian-made programming, particularly drama and comedy. He loves podcasting, gaming & watching too much TV. | Call/Text 0401 709 405

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  1. Last nights episode of celebrity gogglebox usa was a spoiler for the last two episodes of 911 which are set to air in australia on monday night on channel 7.

    Since the show was edited for australian audiences that segment should’ve been removed and put on a later episode. Instead 10 chose to spoil free to air viewers of 911. Whats worse it was a finale being spoiled.

    Channel 10 didn’t air season 1 episode 9 of fbi most wanted because it was a crosseover with the yet to be aired FBI which made the opening scene of episode 10 odd if you hadn’t read up and had a basic undestanding of episode 9. It seems the same courtesy to spoilers doesn’t extend to episodes on other free to air networks?

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