This is a (native-level, authentic) podcast about TV, film and culture. Episodes are long, usually 1-2 hours, focusing on a specific topic, such as a TV series or film, or more general. The discussions are wide-ranging and go far beyond the media itself. While you can listen to this podcast without being aware of the media they cover, I would recommend at least some familiarity with the topic. Recommended entry point: Episode 31 about the Barbie film, or Episode 32 about the Oppenheimer film (assuming you've seen either of them).
The link is to Apple Podcasts, but it's available on multiple platforms, including YouTube.
The official description reads:
CyberPink is a pan-cultural podcast discussing everything from the screen to the depths of the universe, using female voices to extend participation and imagination in the world.
In an era of inwardness, CyberPink stands at the intersection of China and the United States, using a female meta-perspective to observe, resist, and shape the influence of politics and society on popular culture. We discuss the fluid zeitgeist, art, freedom, the future, friendship and everything that empowers us.