Episode #58 – Love Shenanigans

Prophecy Radio episode #58 sees the hosts talking about food. Specifically, what kind of food represents each of the main Olympian gods (plus Hades)? In addition to this, the hosts discuss all the latest news in the Riordanverse, including the casting of Hades and Hephaestus for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, as well as reread and discuss Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian chapter 12. New episodes of Prophecy Radio air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in. Continue reading “Episode #58 – Love Shenanigans”

Kung Fu episode 7 Ryan and Sebastian

‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 7 in conversation: I’m A Good Boy, Mommy

Kung Fu season 3, episode 7 brings the chills with a race to find Xiao after she’s accidentally-on-purpose released into the community center during an attempt to pull her out of Pei-Ling and trap her inside the Harvester’s sword. Read on for our review of “Villains.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 7 in conversation: I’m A Good Boy, Mommy”

JB Tadena in Kung Fu 3.07

JB Tadena on his ‘Kung Fu’ character hitting rock bottom after losing his job: ‘I can get possessed by an evil demon, that’s how it can get worse’

In the second half of our interview with Kung Fu star JB Tadena, the actor discusses how he prepared for episode 7’s shocking twist, body image standards for men in Hollywood, where to find the best Filipino food in the DC area, and, most importantly, his three-legged dog, Agatha.

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JB Tadena of Kung Fu

‘Kung Fu’ star JB Tadena on the relationships that tie Sebastian to the Shen family: ‘They’re kind of soulmates’

JB Tadena, who plays Sebastian ‘Hot Chef’ Cailao on The CW’s Kung Fu spoke extensively with Subjectify Media in advance of episode 7, which, without giving anything away, is a particular showcase for his character. In this first spoiler-free part, JB discusses the two relationships that have defined Sebastian’s story on Kung Fu so far. Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ star JB Tadena on the relationships that tie Sebastian to the Shen family: ‘They’re kind of soulmates’”

Episode #57 – Junk Drawer God

Prophecy Radio episode #57 does a Deep Dive on Hermes, which couldn’t come at a better time since Lin-Manuel Miranda was just cast in the role for the Percy Jackson and the Olympians TV show airing on Disney+ in 2024. In addition to talking about this latest bit of news, we also discuss the cover for Fury of the Dragon Goddess by Sarwat Chadda, as well as reread and discuss Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian chapter 11. New episodes of Prophecy Radio air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in. Continue reading “Episode #57 – Junk Drawer God”

Episode #56 – Ready Player Percy Jackson

Prophecy Radio episode #56 talks about the Lotus Hotel & Casino, and all of the references and Easter eggs we might see in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians TV show. The hosts tackle all the latest news in the Riordanverse, including the Crown of Wishes adaptation, the Freedom Fire imprint, and yet another blog post from Rick Riordan, as well as a reread and discussion of Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian chapter 10. This book is really heating up, and we’re only halfway through! New episodes of Prophecy Radio air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in. Continue reading “Episode #56 – Ready Player Percy Jackson”

Sebastian and Mei-Li cooking in the kitchen on Kung Fu

‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 5 in conversation: ACAB but the C stands for corporations

Kung Fu season 3, episode 5 plunges us back into the mythic storyline after last week’s more lighthearted diversion. “Harvest” weaves together our disconnected supernatural storylines with some unexpected twists, opening new paths for the rest of the season. Read on for our review of “Harvest.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 5 in conversation: ACAB but the C stands for corporations”

‘If You Could See the Sun’ by Ann Liang: This debut author shows the true dark side of academia

Our If You Could See the Sun book review explores how Ann Liang gives us a different kind of dark academia book that is rooted in the true underbelly of elite education rather than Pinterest aesthetics. Continue reading “‘If You Could See the Sun’ by Ann Liang: This debut author shows the true dark side of academia”