Does the Second Season of Heartstopper Top the First?

The Superhero Show Show #496

Does the Second Season of Heartstopper Top the First?

Season Two of Heartstopper

How does the second season of Heartstopper stack up to the first? Plus Spider-Man: The Animated Series, and so much more, on an all-new episode of The Superhero Show Show!

It’s Season Two of Heartstopper!

On an all-new, all-different episode of The Superhero Show Show, Cassie and the Boyz are discussing the second season finale of Heartstopper! It’s finally time for the prom, and everyone is excited to go! But will the dance go smoothly for all of our friends? Doubtful, because that’s not how television works!

What Happens on the Season 2 Finale of Heartstopper?

Will Charlie come clean to Nick about his bullied past and eating-disorder-present? Will Tara find out just how abusive Darcy’s mom is? And will Tao be able to handle his emotions when he finds out Elle is going away to school? Find out here!

Next, the Taste Buds discuss every other show from the week, including Netflix’s new show One Piece, Harley Quinn, and part 2 of Zero Day on My Adventures With Superman.

Then it’s time to head to S-TASmania, as the Friends return to their new Weekly Watch, Spider-Man: The Animated Series. After duking it out with The Lizard in the first episode, Peter is going to have to deal with Norman Osborne, Alistair Smythe, the Spider-Slaters, Eddie Brock, Felicia Hardy, and the Kingpin all in this episode! It’s too much! This podcast also features the debut of the brand-new Spidey awards, including Most 90’s Moment, and the Time New York Was Most a Character!

Finally, Mike sits down with Taylor and Katie from the Sisters Assembled podcast! They discuss how the show started, what it’s like working on a project with a sibling, and being a woman in the nerd world!

Find the Sisters Assembled podcast here.

And find them on Instagram @sistersassembled



Bane seeks the solutions to his problems in Italy; Nora defends the LOD from Lex’s assault, on a long weekend no less.

Listen to the Taste Buds discuss the Harley Quinn Valentine’s Day Special


The gang comes together for a memorable prom with a fitting theme: “Summer of Love.” But with someone important missing it feels incomplete.

Listen to the Taste Buds discuss the first season of Heartstopper here!


Superman finally gets answers to who he is and where he came from, while coming face-to-face with The General, leader of Task Force X. Meanwhile, Lois and Jimmy must find Superman before Dr. Ivo destroys Metropolis.

Listen to the Taste Buds discuss the season premiere of My Adventures With Superman


A boy named Monkey D. Luffy embarks on a journey to attain the greatest treasure: the one piece. After the former pirate king’s public execution 22 years ago, the world has entered a great pirate era, and Luffy aims to be at the top.

Listen to the Taste Buds discuss their favorite Netflix show, The Umbrella Academy, here!


Norman Osborn hires Spencer Smythe to capture Spider-Man. Smythe releases his deadliest weapon, the Spider Slayer.

Listen to the Taste Buds discuss the first episode of Spider-Man: The Animated Series here!


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In addition to reviewing individual episodes, “Superhero Show Show” may also provide updates on upcoming superhero TV shows, movies, and industry news, keeping listeners informed about the latest developments in the world of superheroes on the small screen.



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The Supreme Court overturned Roe versus Wade on June 24th.

Abortion is a basic healthcare need for the millions of people who can become pregnant. Everyone should have the freedom to decide what’s best for themselves and their families, including when it comes to ending a pregnancy. This decision has dire consequences for individual health and safety, and could have harsh repercussions for other landmark decisions.

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