A new weekly podcast from the Polygon staff is launching on March 11, with the aim of providing listeners with an alternative to the judges.
The show will be a two-hour-long podcast, with guest host and former Polygon editor Milian husband judge Amy Barrett and former “Game of Thrones” and “Fantasy Island” game designer Judy Sheindlin as hosts.
It will be hosted by Judge Clay Jenkins, the author of the new book “Bad Judge” and a frequent critic of judges on “Judge Me” and on the “Today” show.
Jenkins is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Polygon.
He was also the host of a podcast called “Game Night” in 2015, “The Judge’s Podcast” in 2014, and “Good Judge” in 2013.
Polygon previously reported on the launch of the show, which was initially launched by former Polygons parent company, Vox Media.
The show, as of now, is only available for subscribers to Polygon’s subscription service.
The podcast will be produced by a team of judges, including former “Star Trek” and Game of Thrones Game of Kings judges Milian and Amy Barrington.
It will be edited by Judge Amy Sheindlins husband Judge Milian, who has also served as the host for the podcast “Game Jam.”
The show is expected to launch with a series of interviews with the judges, but Polygon is not yet sure whether this will be the first episode or a follow-up to the original episode.
In an email to Polygon, Judge Amy Barlett wrote that she is excited to be working with Polygon and its listeners.
“As a writer, as an attorney, as a judge, as someone who has been involved in the legal profession for years, I find it humbling to be asked to be part of a project that will bring together my writing, my legal practice, and the community around me,” she wrote.
“It’s an honor to be the host, as I look forward to sharing my thoughts on the topics that I’ll be covering.”
Judge Amy Shendlin has served as a critic of the judges on both “Game Of Thrones” on HBO and on “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them” on Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment since 2010.
She has also appeared on “Game Showcase” and written a blog for Polygon called “Judging Rules.”
A series of videos on the show will debut this year, with Judge Milians game jam debut being the first.
The game jam will focus on “good judge” games, as well as “bad judge” game jams.
The Polygon team will also launch an email newsletter for its readers, which will feature a curated list of podcasts from the show’s host, Judge Miliantons husband Judge Amy.
Polygons “Game Day” podcast will also be available on Polygon, as it will be followed by a podcast on the topic of Polygonic events.
In a statement sent to Polynomial, Polygon said that the new show will “bring together some of the best judges and game designers from the industry to offer listeners a new perspective on how to judge games.”
“It will provide listeners with a more comprehensive, informed perspective on the rules of games, how to interpret the rules, and how to apply the rules to the world around us,” the statement read.
“It will also help us to keep track of some of our most important and important games, such as games like ‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt,’ and ‘Fallout: New Vegas.'”
Polygon has contacted Polygon for comment.