Stephen King’s Golden Years Is a Geriatric Slog

The Losers' Club is back on the run from the clutches of The Shop

Stephen King's Golden Years (CBS)

“I’m still working here, and you’re still a jerk.”

The Losers are back on the run from The Shop as they slum it with de-aging janitor Harlan Williams in Stephen King’s Golden Years. There’s been an explosions at the nearby plant, and things are getting a little too green for good’s sake.

Join Losers Randall Colburn, Michael Roffman, and McKenzie Gerber as they discuss the show’s parallels with Twin Peaks, Felicity Huffman’s noble attempts to carry the miniseries, and William Forsythe’s doppelgänger in R.D. Call.

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