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DC Multicast is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the history of DC Entertainment on film, television, and beyond. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae, Adam Starcaster, and special guests as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC movies and TV shows.
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Feb 2, 2020

Like all good things, even DC TV Classics must come to an end!

Keith and Britney bid adieu to DC TV Classics and the DC TV Podcast network by looking back on their favorite moments from the previous 56 episodes.

Thank you to all of our listeners and to Andy and the DC TV Podcast community for the support over the years. Don't worry. We'll be back. Always hold on to Classics!

DC TV Classics is a joint production between Hard NOC Media and DC TV Podcasts.

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Dec 1, 2019

Keith and Britney are back with an all-new episode! With only a week left before the massive "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover on The CW, our hosts look at the inclusion of all of the classic DCTV shows and movies that are being included this year, such as Smallville, Birds of Prey, Batman 66, The Flash 1990, Batman: The Animated Series and Superman Returns. And those are just the ones we know about. What other classic cameos could be in store? Will the crossover live up to the hype of this fan edited trailer by YouTuber UltraSargent? Will the Smallville Earth survive the crossover? So many questions! Check out the episode to see if we answer any of them!

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Oct 4, 2019

With all of the news involving the inclusion of Smallville in this year's "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover, we had to return with a special episode of DC TV Classics! Keith is joined by fellow Smallville superfan, Arune Singh  -- VP of Sales and Marketing for Boom! Studios -- to share their mutual love for all things Smallville and nerd out about the return of Tom Welling and Erica Durance as Clark Kent and Lois Lane!

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Sep 12, 2019

On Saturday, September 7, several members of DC TV Podcasts took part in the network's annual Diversity and Representation in DC TV live-show on Mixlr.com/DCTVPodcasts. The discussion featured Andy Behbakht (The Flash Podcast, Titans Podcast), Tatiana Hullender (The Flash Podcast), Keith Chow (DC TV Classics), Britney Monae (Black Lightning Podcast, DC TV Classics), Nate Milton (Black Lightning Podcast), Cori McCreery (Titans Podcast), Laura Sirikul (Titans Podcast), Angie Dahl (Stargirl Podcast), and Lissette Sáenz (Stargirl Podcast), along with special guest Tamara Brooks as the moderator.

Throughout the discussion, the panel discusses what things have and haven't improved for the DC TV shows in the past year when it comes to its representation in front and behind the camera. How are the shows doing with its characters of color as well as of the LGBT community? What things still need to be improved upon for not just the characters but also what's going on behind the camera? Do these hosts feel represented in today's DC TV shows? That and so much more is discussed in this year's Diversity and Representation in DC TV special!

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Jul 7, 2019

On Saturday, June 29th, DC TV Classics joined the rest of the DC TV Podcasts network LIVE for the annual charity event marathon to raise money for Magic Wheelchair! On this episode, Keith is joined by special guests Craig Byrne (Editor-in-Chief of KSiteTV) and Andy Behbakht (Host of The Flash Podcast and Titans Podcast) to discuss what classic DC shows should participate in the Arrowverse's upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover! Which of the old school shows should join the CW heroes in saving the Multiverse? Find out on the latest episode of DC TV Classics!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the live-chat all day long and donated to the charity! You can still donate at DC TV Podcasts' fundraising page for Magic Wheelchair

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Jun 23, 2019

Ooh, we've got a live one here! The moment you've all been waiting for. It's all been leading up to this. On June 23, 1989, the course of cinema history was forever altered when Tim Burton's Batman was released and Batmania swept the nation. Wait'll you get a load of Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster reminiscing about the legendary film on its 30th anniversary. They talk about everything from the toys and merchandise to the Danny Elfman score and the classic Prince soundtrack. Adam also makes up a bunch of stuff that never happened (or did they?) -- including a mysterious video interview featuring actors who had not yet been cast in the Batman franchise. Do us a favor. Tell all your friends about this episode. 

For more, please revisit last year's episode when Keith interviewed Batman executive producer Michael Uslan at Comic-Con.

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Jun 16, 2019

Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster have finally made it to 1989! Unfortunately, they're not talking about Batman just yet. Instead, the first DC superhero movie of this landmark year -- which, coincidentally was also produced by Benjamin Melinker and Michael Uslan -- was The Return of Swamp Thing, a sequel to Wes Craven's original from 1982. The campy follow-up starred Heather Locklear as Abbie Arcane and brought back Dick Durock as Swamp Thing and Louis Jourdan as the evil Anton Arcane (even though he died a movie prior). Joining the cast is Superman II actress Sarah Douglas. They also spend some time lamenting the cancellation of the current incarnation of Swamp Thing on DC Universe and prepare for next week's Batman extravaganza.

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Jun 9, 2019

On another DC TV Classics movie rewatch, Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster revisit the final Christopher Reeve Superman film, 1987's Superman IV: The Quest for Peace. Directed by Sidney Furie, Superman IV ended the film franchise that made you believe a man could fly. It also introduced Nuclear Man (instead of Bizarro) and Jon Cryer (Supergirl's Lex Luthor) into Superman canon. Keith and Adam also read listener mail and announce the upcoming schedule for the rest of the podcast.

Are there any redeeming qualities to this much-derided film? Tune in and find out!

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Jun 2, 2019

This week on DC TV Classics, Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster analyze the first incarnation of an extended DC Universe, 1984's Supergirl. Directed by Jeannot Szwarc, the Salkinds attempted to broaden the universe created in the Christopher Reeve Superman movies by exploring the adventures of his "cousin" Kara Zor-El. Starring Helen Slater in the title role and Faye Dunaway -- as the villainous witch Selena, Supergirl failed to meet the box office heights of its predecessors. Despite its box office struggles, the movie will go down in history as the first mainstream female superhero film, paving the way for current franchises like Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel as well as the Maiden of Might's own hit television series!

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May 26, 2019

Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster return to Metropolis to do an audio commentary for Superman III, the 1983 sequel starring Richard Pryor and Christopher Reeve. Widely regarded as the point when the Reeve Superman franchise took a downturn, Keith and Adam discover... it wasn't that bad.

Together, they reassess the film's legacy: Like, how it inspired the plot to the '90s classic, Office Space. When it seemed to repurpose the Adam West Batcave. The horrific transformation of the main henchwoman into a robot. Also, the Clark vs. Bad Superman stuff is great, as is the chemistry between Reeve and Annette O'Toole as Lana Lang. Richard Pryor also gets a bad rap because Gus Gorman is an iconic character. He's just in the wrong movie. Speaking of rap, stay until the end when they perform the rap from Bobby Brown's Ghostbusters II theme song around the two-hour mark!

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May 19, 2019

After defining superhero cinema for a generation, the next DC Comics hero to hit the silver screen was.... Swamp Thing?

Amazingly, the titular character of the cult horror comic from the 1970s -- and not, say Batman or Wonder Woman -- would be DC's follow-up to two Superman movies, though this one wasn't produced by Warner Bros. Pictures. Three-and-a-half decades later, Swampy is returning to mainstream prominence with his own live action series on DC Universe.

On this episode, Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster return to audio commentary mode and watch the international cut of the Wes Craven-directed movie from 1982 for the first time.

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May 12, 2019

Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster pick up where they left off last episode as they revisit Metropolis in Superman II, the 1981 follow-up to the smash hit Superman! Often lauded as one of the best superhero sequels ever, Superman II was not without some issues. Though Christopher Reeve as Superman, Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor, and Margot Kidder as Lois Lane all returned for the sequel, the film had to deal with a lot of behind-the-scenes shenanigans that eventually took Richard Donner off the project until, 25 years later, Warner Bros. finally released the Donner Cut on home video in 2006.

This week, Keith and Adam compare and contrast the different cuts and determine whether Superman II still holds up as a superhero sequel. Be sure to give it a listen and KNEEL BEFORE POD!

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May 5, 2019

In another installment of Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster's journey through the history of DC on film, they revisit the 1978 classic, Superman the Movie! Starring Christopher Reeve as Superman, Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor, Margot Kidder as Lois Lane, and Marlon Brando as Jor-El, Superman laid the foundation for every superhero film that came after it.

Directed by Richard Donner, Superman not only introduced the world to Reeve's iconic portrayal of the Man of Steel, it made audiences around the world believe that a man could fly! Together, Keith and Adam reminisce about their childhood experiences with the movie and what it meant for the current golden age of comic book superhero films we are currently blessed with.

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Apr 28, 2019

Co-hosts Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster continue on their quest to analyze every DC movie by discussing the 1966 phenomenon known as Batman: The Movie! Filmed in between the first two seasons of the iconic television show, Batman: The Movie was the first live action theatrical feature starring the Caped Crusaders. Though the character was a staple of the movie serials of the 1940s, Batman's technicolor adventures with Adam West under the cowl set forth the world's first experience of Batmania!

Batman: The Movie stars West as Batman, Burt Ward as Robin, Cesar Romero as Joker, Burgess Meredith as Penguin, Frank Gorshin as Riddler, and Lee Meriwether as Catwoman. Like last episode, Keith and Adam recorded this episode as an audio commentary so pop in your DVD and follow along!

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Apr 21, 2019

This is the first episode in a multi-part series covering the entirety of DC Comics' theatrical movie catalog. Joining host Keith Chow is artist and video game developer Adam Starcaster to analyze every DC movie from 1951's Superman and the Mole Men through 2019's billion-dollar Aquaman and beyond!

Today we will be discussing the granddaddy of them all: Superman! Just as Superman was the first comic book superhero, he is also the first superhero to star in his own theatrical feature! Predating the famed Adventures of Superman television show by a year (which he discussed on the first episode of this podcast!), Superman and the Mole Men stars George Reeves as Clark Kent/Superman and Phyllis Coates as Lois Lane. Keith and Adam recorded an audio commentary as they watched the movie for the first time and kick-off a grand tour of DC movie history on TV.

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Apr 1, 2019

Holy moly! DCTV Classics makes its long awaited return! Timed to the release of Shazam!, the latest entry into Warner Bros.' DC Films franchise, Keith and Britney look back at the history of the original Captain Marvel. From the character's origin in Fawcett Comics -- and protracted legal battle with DC -- to the hero's reemergence as Filmation's first live action Saturday Morning series in the '70s (now available to stream on DC Universe), Captain Marvel/Shazam has been one of comics' most fascinating characters.

Now that Zachary Levi and Asher Angel are about to make Shazam, aka 14-year-old Billy Batson, a household name in David F. Samberg's blockbuster movie, the Classics Crew break down the Big Red Cheese's comic and television history, while also offering some spoilery thoughts about the new movie, and discussing how it will co-exist with the other Captain Marvel currently breaking box office records.

Also, Keith announces the next phase of the DCTV Classics podcast.

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Sep 30, 2018

On a special episode of The Flash Podcast, DC TV Classics, Black Lightning Podcast, and Titans Podcast,  Andy BehbakhtTatiana Hullender, Swara Salih, Keith Chow, Britney Monae, Laura Sirikul and Corinne McCreery for a special live show on Mixlr.com/DCTVPodcasts to discuss the current diversity and representation in the current DC TV Universe. Throughout the double-sized episode, the hosts talk about if they feel represented in the current shows, from the Arrowverse, Gotham, to Black Lightning.

How have these shows done when it comes to portraying diverse characters of color and sexuality? What do they think about the representation of the DC TV female characters across all of these shows? What do they think needs to be improved for the characters of diversity and sexuality? That and so much more are explored in this special episode of The Flash Podcast, DC TV Classics, Black Lightning Podcast, and Titans Podcast!

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Sep 16, 2018

After a long hiatus, Desiree, Britney, and Keith are back to talk about where they've been for the last few months. They also catch up on all the DC Universe updates, now that the app is finally live, and break down what the (potential) departure of Henry Cavill from the film franchise means for the future -- and whether this maybe opens up the possibility of a Smallville movie? That is, if Michael Rosenbaum gets his way!

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Jul 29, 2018

On this special San Diego Comic-Con edition of DC TV Classics, Keith sits down with Batman executive producer Michael Uslan over lunch during the convention to talk about the legacy of The Dark Knight and their mutual love for the Batman franchise, from comics to TV to the movies. Michael also teases his new comic book revival of the classics '80s cartoon Dino-Saucers.

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Jul 13, 2018

On Saturday, June 30, DC TV Classics hosts Keith Chow, Britney Monae, Nick Lang and The Flash Podcast host Andy Behbakht came together for DC TV Podcasts’ fourth annual charity podcast marathon to raise money for Make-A-Wish! Throughout the hour, the gang reflects on DC TV Classics' two years on the DC TV Podcasts Network, their favorite moments, what they hope to do in the future with the podcast finally....sorting the Smallville characters into Hogwarts houses!

On behalf of DC TV Podcasts: a big thank you to everyone who donated and participated in the chat throughout the day! Winners of the raffle giveaways will be announced very shortly, so be sure to stay tuned to the DC TV Podcasts social media for the official announcements. While the fundraiser did hit its goal, you can still donate to Make-A-Wish by visiting: www.dctvpodcasts.com/fundraiser!

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May 13, 2018

When DC Entertainment finally released details about their new streaming service -- dubbed DC Universe -- the Classics Crew was ready for it. Aside from the four shows announced, there was little news about which legacy content, if any, would be included. So Keith, Britney, and Nick got together to speculate about which Classic shows they'd like to see on the service. In addition to certain shows like Smallville, Batman 66, and Wonder Woman, the Crew would also like to see the return of the animated DC Nation block that used to appear on Cartoon Network, a "Turner Classic Movies" approach that features classic superhero films in the Warner Bros. catalog, and an option to view failed pilots that never aired. The Crew also makes a pitch for an in-studio version of the podcast!

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Apr 22, 2018

We continue our celebration of the Man of Steel as Superman celebrates his 80th birthday! ComicMix's Emily Whitten joins the program to share her love of Superman and dish on the behind-the-scenes of the Smallville panel with Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum she moderated at Awesome Con. Emily and Keith share their favorite Superman moments from TV and film and the best actors who have portrayed the role. They also dig into the importance of Lois Lane to the Superman mythos and why Erica Durance is the best.

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Apr 8, 2018

Last weekend at Awesome Con in Washington D.C., Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum made some news regarding their willingness to return to the characters that made them famous. Oh, and Keith was there too! Speaking of Smallville, Kristin Kreuk is making a return to The CW, while some crazy news regarding Allison Mack also came out recently as well. So it's safe to say Chloe may not be coming back to Smallville. Either way, Smallville superfans Keith and Desiree break down all the strange things happening in their favorite leafy little hamlet on a brand new DC TV Classics, including the fact that they attended the same convention 12 years ago! 

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Mar 19, 2018

With the recent announcement that Nicholas Cage will finally get to play Superman in Teen Titans Go to the Movies -- after almost playing the Man of Steel in Tim Burton's aborted Superman Lives project -- it got us thinking about how some of our favorite actors came thisclose to being our favorite super heroes. From Jensen Ackles as Clark Kent to Adrianne Palicki as Wonder Woman and Armie Hammer as Batman, the Classics crew -- Keith, Britney, Nick, and Desiree -- think about what might have been when it comes to DC's pantheon of heroes.

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Feb 18, 2018

Since Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment has announced Metropolis, a new series for its streaming service featuring Lois Lane in a leading role, the Classics Crew has assembled to recount the most iconic Lois moments in DC TV history. Lois Lane has been an integral part of the Superman mythos since its inception, and many actresses have portrayed the icon over the years -- from Phyllis Coates and Noel Neill to Margot Kidder and Teri Hatcher to Erica Durance and Amy Adams. Keith, Desiree, and Nick share stories of their favorite Lois Lanes and why the character has endured for so many decades and deserves to be part of the upper echelon of DC Comics.

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