Peter Sagal, the host of NPR's news quiz show Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me, joins A.V. Club host John Teti for a pop culture quiz show.
The A.V. Club's Fran Hoepfner chats with John Teti about the most anticipated movies this summer.
John Teti tests astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson's knowledge on the Canadian teen show, Degrassi.
13 Reasons Why puts suicide front and center as the main basis of its plot. Is it sending a responsible message to teenagers?
Comedian/actress Margaret Cho stops by The A.V. Club with John Teti to discuss taking over Joan Rivers' role on Fashion Police and ageism in Hollywood.
John Teti hosts a panel to discuss the queue circle.
Black stopped by The A.V. Club hosted by John Teti to chat about his series, the future of streaming media and to read 1-star reviews of massagers.
Eduardo Martinez, a student at the University of Illinois, explains why generations have been so inclined to write on the walls of bathroom stalls.
The funnyman talks to us about his crossover push in America, being a voice for Hispanic people, and wearing a speedo.
The editorial brains behind the iconic pop culture site The A.V. Club share their take on movies, music, and television on their new comedy and commentary show, The A.V. Club Hosted By John Teti.