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DC TV Classics

DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman 60', Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae, Desiree Rodriguez and Nick Lang twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows.
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Dec 17, 2017

It's the most wonderful time of the year! So DC TV Classics decided to break down one of the most iconic episodes in the history of Batman: The Animated Series. "Christmas with the Joker" was the second episode produced (though not the second one aired) and represents the first time Mark Hamill ever voiced the villainous Mr. J. With the release of Hamill's new movie -- a tiny indie called Star Wars: The Last Jedi -- the crew wanted to honor his take on the character. To get in the holiday spirit, Britney, Desiree, Nick, and Keith recap the episode's plot, explain why sassy Bat family is the best Bat family, and break down the history of the Batman/Joker relationship.

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Dec 3, 2017

Twenty years before Justice League fizzled at the box office, another Justice League... failed spectacularly on DC TV. In 1997, CBS commissioned a pilot for a Justice League series that never went to air in the United States. Instead, bootleg copies circulated for years on the convention circuit as a curio for collectors, akin to Roger Corman's infamous Fantastic Four movie.

The movie starred Matthew Settle as Green Lantern, Kimberly Oja as Ice, John Kassir as The Atom, Michelle Hurd as Fire, Kenny Johnston as The Flash, and David Ogden Stiers as Martian Manhunter, as the members of the JLA. And the Classics Crew dug up an old copy and watched it, so you don't have to!

Before breaking down the CBS Justice League of America TV movie, the gang also give their thoughts on the current incarnation of the Justice League and ultimately compare the 1997 version to its 2017 counterpart.

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Nov 19, 2017

With Justice League burning up the box office, we've united the Classics Crew to share their favorite Justice League-related moments in DC TV history.

Nick recounts the time Lex Luthor and The Flash switched bodies -- which was very meta, considering Michael Rosenbaum has played both characters. Britney revisits the Christmas-themed "Comfort and Joy" episode and Desiree shouts out the Double Date episode with Green Arrow, Black Canary, The Question and Huntress. Finally, Keith brings up Smallville (again) and special guest Dr. Andrea Letamendi -- from the Arkham Sessions podcast -- remembers the classic JLU episode "Epilogue."

Later, she helps us break down the psychology of Batman and why superheroes matter to us so much, a topic she has discussed in her very own Ted Talk.

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Oct 29, 2017

This Halloween, before you go trick-or-treating, check out the crew's favorite episodes and moments from DC TV history! Nick recommends several episodes of Batman: The Animated Series, Keith brings up the Smallville episode "Shattered" and the Dark Knight's introductory scene from Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins, Britney watches an episode of Lois & Clark guest starring Drew Carey as a ghost-conjuring con man and the classic Halloween episode of Young Justice, and Desiree revisits a classic episode of Teen Titans and Batman Beyond: The Return of the Joker

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Oct 15, 2017

On October 16, 2001, Smallville debuted on The WB and redefined superhero television. Starring Tom Welling as Clark Kent, Kristin Kreuk as Lana Lang, and Michael Rosenbaum as Lex Luthor, Smallville told the story of Superman in his teenage years and became the template for the current slate of DC TV. To celebrate the 16th anniversary of the show's debut, the entire Classics team of Keith, Britney, Desiree and Nick is reunited to break down the events of the Smallville Pilot.

Keith also takes time to speak with Craig Byrne, the founder of the preeminent Smallville fansite Kryptonsite, about the show's enduring legacy, and the crew talks about some of the news coming out of New York Comic-Con, including Desiree's promotion to Editor at Lion Forge Comics, the blu-ray releases of Batman: The Animated Series and the long awaited extended television cut of Superman: The Movie.

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Oct 1, 2017

President Obama's chief speechwriter Cody Keenan is probably the biggest DC Comics fanboy in the history of the White House, and he joins Keith for a special one-on-one conversation about heroism and the need for Hope and Optimism in the DC Universe.

Cody talks about how Superman came to be his favorite hero, why Clancy Brown is the best Lex Luthor, seeing his hometown Chicago get turned into Gotham and Metropolis, and why you can't separate social justice from superhero stories. They also discuss President Obama's Nerd of Color credentials and go on a brief tangent about sportsball (sorry).

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Sep 17, 2017

In September 1992, Batman: The Animated Series debuted and introduced one of the most enduring characters in the DC Universe: Harley Quinn!

After her onscreen debut, Harley has gone on to be a presence on television, comics, video games, movies, toys -- the whole gamut! On this episode of DC TV Classics, Keith, Britney, and Nick discuss the character's origins (and what she means to her creator Paul Dini), share their favorite Harley Quinn moments, discuss the iconic actresses -- like Arleen Sorkin, Tara Strong, and Margot Robbie -- who have brought her to life over the years, and what is so toxic about her relationship with Mr. J.

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Sep 3, 2017

Recently, Kevin Conroy jokingly suggested fans should start a campaign to get him cast as Bruce Wayne in a live action Batman Beyond movie. So Keith and Britney started brainstorming fan casts for said live action Batman Beyond!

Tune in to find out the actors each host chose for their fantasy casts -- including Ryan Potter, Ross Butler, Zendaya, Yara Shahidi, Ethan Hawke, and Rosario Dawson -- and why Keith's live action Batman Beyond is basically Spider-Man: Homecoming.

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Aug 13, 2017

On DC TV Classics, Britney returns to join Keith as they catch up on some of the big news of the past few weeks.

They start by covering Tom Welling's recent interview with Entertainment Weekly in which he comes clean about why you don't see Clark go full-on Superman in the Smallville finale. Then, they discuss Supergirl's penchant for casting alumni of other DC shows with the reveal that animated Justice League Martian Manhunter, Carl Lumbly, will be joining the show. They also talk about the iconic voice talent of the animated DC Universe and why we'll all miss casting director Andrea Romano who just announced her retirement. There's also a digression about the celebrities who tweet with Britney and pineapples on pizza, because this is the internet.

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Jul 29, 2017

On DC TV Classics, Keith and Nick breakdown all the relevant news from Comic-Con International in San Diego -- where Nick attended as a panelist for the first time in nearly a decade.

Together, they speculate about the cast of Young Justice season 3, celebrate the return of Smallville's Tom Welling and Erica Durance back into the world of DCTV (since they've each been cast on Lucifer and Supergirl, respectively). 

Finally, Nick and Keith compare Comic-Cons from the past to the pop culture behemoth it's become today.

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Jul 16, 2017

When news dropped that Smallville star Erica Durance was replacing Laura Benanti on Supergirl, the DC TV Classics crew knew the next episode had to be about all the times famous roles were recast in DC history.

Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae, and Nick Lang as they look back at the numerous actors who have portrayed Riddler, Catwoman, Superboy, Martha Kent, and more on the latest episode of DC TV Classics!

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Jul 2, 2017

The whole crew is back for a new episode of DC TV Classics, Keith Chow, Desiree Rodriguez, Britney Monae, and Nick Lang reunite to ramble on about a lot of news relevant to the world of Classic DC, including a Dean Cain/Teri Hatcher reunion in Australia, the 20th anniversary of Batman and Robin, and the forthcoming blu-ray release of Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. That and more on the latest episode of DC TV Classics!

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Jun 18, 2017

On this episode of DC TV Classics, Britney Monae and Nick Lang are joined by Andy Behbakht (of The Flash Podcast) for the DC TV Podcasts’ third annual charity podcast marathon as the network teamed up with the World Wildlife Fund this year in a live marathon on Saturday, June 17. During the live-show, the trio listed classic DC TV shows would like to bring back if they could. Not as a reboot, but as a continuation from the original series. Make sure to share on social media what old-school DC TV shows you would like to see come back. That and more on the latest episode of DC TV Classics!

On behalf of everyone here at DC TV Podcasts: a big thank you to everyone who donated and participated in the live-chat throughout the whole day! Winners of the raffle giveaways will be announced very shortly so be sure to stay tuned on the DC TV Podcasts social media for the official announcement. While the fundraiser did hit its goal, you can still donate and help the network reach $2000 for World Wildlife Fund at http://wwf.worldwildlife.org/goto/dctvpodcasts!

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Jun 18, 2017

On this special -- and somber -- episode, we remember the life of Adam West, who passed away on June 9, 2017. Keith, Britney, and Nick share their favorite memories of the most iconic Batman and how they've been affected by his passing.

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae, Nick Lang, and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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Jun 13, 2017

This Saturday, June 17, the great voices of the DC TV Podcasts Network will be uniting for the annual podcast marathon for charity starting at 10 AM PST. For the third charity event, the network is teaming up with the World Wildlife Fund organization to raise money for the world's leading animal and nature conservation organization.

You can donate between today till the end of Saturday, at DCTVPodcasts.com/Fundraiser as the network is trying to raise $1500 dollars for WWF. Even after the charity has hit its goal, you can keep donating. When you make a donation, you automatically get entered into a special raffle with special superhero prizes.

The event will be live at Mixlr.com/DCTVPodcasts which you can tune in to via your computer or by downloading the official Mixlr App on the App Store and on Android Devices. Sign up for a free account and follow the official DC TV Podcasts channel on Mixlr so you can get notified when the marathon goes live.

We hope to see as many of our listeners as possible on Saturday in the live-chat as the network discuss your favorite DC TV shows and films. Join us this Saturday and support this fantastic cause by becoming a superhero to protect Planet Earth. Here is the following schedule for when all the live shows will begin:

DISCLAIMER: This schedule may be subject to change:

The Flash Podcast at 10:00 AM PST (1:00 PM EST) with Andy Behbakht, Amy Marie, Brittany Rivera and Andrew Dyce

Quiver: The Green Arrow Podcast at 11.10 PM PST (2:10 PM EST) with Michael Cohen and Amanda Konkin

Supergirl Radio at 12:20 PM PST (3:20 PM EST) with Rebecca Johnson, Carly Lane and Morgan Glennon

DC Films Podcast at 1:30 PM PST (4:30 PM EST) with Sark Sharkskin, Shaina Lucas and TBA hosts.

iZombie Radio at 2:40 PM PST (5:40 PM EST) with Blaise Hopkins and TBA hosts.

DC TV Classics at 3:50 PM PST (6:50 PM EST) with Nick Lang, Britney Monae & TBA hosts.

Legends Of Tomorrow Podcast at 5:00 PM PST (8:00 PM EST) with Kat Calamia, Morgan Glennon & TBA hosts.

DC TV Podcasts: Assemble Show at 6:10 PM PST (9:10 PM EST) with multiple hosts from DC TV Podcasts

Jun 4, 2017

The much anticipated Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot and directed by Patty Jenkins, finally hits theaters around the world this weekend! To celebrate the Amazon Princess' ascension to movie star status, the DC TV Classics crew looks back at Diana's importance as a character and history as a DC TV icon. Nick Lang officially joins the team as a permanent co-host to remember the TV movie The New Original Wonder Woman, also known as the pilot for the series from the 1970s starring Lynda Carter. They also discuss the just-surfaced test footage for a William Dozier-produced Wonder Woman series from 1967 and compare both takes to the new movie taking the world by storm. They also discuss the trailer for the animated film Batman & Harley Quinn, Lynda Carter's cameo on Supergirl, and why Teri Hatcher and Dean Cain should have shared at least one scene together during the season finale of Supergirl.

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae, Nick Lang, and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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May 21, 2017

On the latest episode, Keith, Britney, and Desiree discuss the cancellation of NBC's superhero sitcom Powerless and debate whether it puts the show in "Classics" territory. They also preview Britney's newest role as co-host of the Black Lightning Podcast! And Desiree gushes over the just released video game Injustice 2. They wrap up the show by sharing some listener feedback.

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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Apr 30, 2017

This week on DC TV Classics, Desiree and Keith are joined by the amazing voice actor Phil LaMarr. Phil is best known for portraying Green Lantern on Justice League and Justice League Unlimited as well as the titular hero on Static Shock. In addition to his DC TV roles, Phil's voice has been heard in Star Wars: Clone Wars, Final Fantasy, and Futurama. Their conversation touches on Phil's start in Los Angeles' improv scene to his iconic turn as the lead in Samurai Jack, before diving in to what it means to portray two iconic black superheroes in the DC Universe. And be sure to stay until the very end for a very special birthday message for Desiree!

Before the interview, Desiree and Keith share their thoughts on DC's newly announced digital streaming service and the live action Titans series! Also, Keith has a special message from Universal FanCon, a new fan-centered convention experience coming to Baltimore in 2018!

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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Apr 9, 2017

This week on DC TV Classics, Britney, Desiree, and Keith watch The CW's unaired Aquaman pilot starring Justin Hartley and provide their own commentary track. Now that Aquaman is finally a cool superhero again (shout out former co-host Ken Knudtsen!) thanks to Jason Momoa in Justice League, we revisit the Smallville spin-off that initially tried to Make Aquaman Great Again! Download the episode on iTunes, and follow along as we comment on the Aquaman show that almost was. See Justin Hartley before he was the Green Arrow and before he was The Manny! Afterwards, Britney, Desiree, and Keith break down Aquaman's reputation as a lame superhero and what to expect from his forthcoming cinematic debut.

Before the commentary, Desiree shares her thoughts on watching Teen Titans: The Judas Contract on her birthday, Britney gets excited about the return of Bruce Timm's animated Batman in the just announced Batman & Harley Quinn animated movie!

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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Apr 2, 2017

This week, DC TV Classics is crossing over with The Nerds of Color's Hard NOC Life podcast to bring you part two of Keith's one-on-one conversation with Smallville co-creator Al Gough! At The Nerds of Color, Al and Keith discussed the creation of the AMC martial arts epic Into the Badlands and Al's experience working with Hong Kong cinema superstars like Jackie Chan and Jet Li. For DC TV Classics, the two of them take a deep dive into the history of Smallville, The CW show that kicked off the network's current superhero boom. Al shares anecdotes from the casting of the show's iconic leads to working with Christopher Reeve and how Smallville compares to the current TV incarnations of the DC Universe.

Before the interview with Al, Keith, Britney, and Desiree share some news including their reactions to The Flash/Supergirl musical episode, the passing of Swamp Thing co-creator Bernie Wrightson, and Smallville alum Michael Rosenbaum's entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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Mar 19, 2017

Since it's Musical Week at the DC TV Podcast network, the Classics crew has assembled the major players from StarKid Productions' Holy Musical B@man! Joining Keith, Britney, and Desiree are Nick Lang -- who played Robin, Joe Walker -- who played Batman, and Brian Holden -- who played Superman.  And rounding out the panel is someone who knows a thing or two about musicals, former Warbler on Glee: Curt Mega!

Together they discuss everything from the show's origins, why Batman was the perfect superhero for a musical, which Hogwarts House they'd sort their characters into, and what a Holy Musical sequel might contain. 

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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Feb 26, 2017

On February 21, 2011, the world lost a legend. Dwayne McDuffie passed away at the age of 49, leaving behind a towering legacy in comics and television. McDuffie was one of the founding fathers of Milestone Media, a prominent writer for DC Comics, and the brains behind DC TV Classics like Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, and Static Shock. His influence on comics and superhero storytelling reverberate to this day. One writer who was inspired by McDuffie is David F. Walker, currently writing Occupy Avengers for Marvel and has previously written Cyborg for DC. David joins Keith and Desiree (Britney is out this week) to remember the life and times of Dwayne McDuffie. 

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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Feb 12, 2017

This week, on a special Valentine's Day edition of DC TV Classics, our hosts look back at some of their favorite -- and not-so-favorite -- romantic pairings from the history of DC on TV. Whether you shipped Clois or WonderBat, Harley & Ivy or Spitfire, we got you covered! Britney and Desiree are once again joined by guest host Nick Lang of StarKid as they recall the many relationships of our favorite DC TV superheroes, including Nick's preference for Huntress and Question, Desiree's love of Robin and Starfire, and Britney's longing for Clark and Chloe. They even find time to bring up Keith's favorite Smallville couple (even though he's out sick!).

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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Jan 30, 2017

DC TV Classics returns to discuss the brief short-lived NBC series Constantine, based on the classic Vertigo comic Hellblazer. Even though it was canceled after one season, Matt Ryan's instantly iconic portrayal of John Constantine has led to a guest appearance on Arrow and the show's resurrection as an animated series on CW Seed. Keith, Britney, and Desiree share their thoughts on why the show only lasted 13 episodes, its erasure of the lead character's sexuality, and whether the show fits into The CW's DC TV Universe.

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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Jan 15, 2017

DC TV Classics' first episode of the new year looks back at the lives and careers of two of the most iconic actresses in DC history who we lost in 2016. Keith, Britney, and Desiree mourn and remember Carrie Fisher, who played Daily Planet Editor Pauline Kahn on Smallville, and Noel Neill, the original Lois Lane from The Adventures of Superman.

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman '66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae and Desiree Rodriguez twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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