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Every week, The Ringer's Andy Greenwald and Chris Ryan -- longtime friends and pop culture addicts -- break down the latest in TV, movies, and music.

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The Rolling Stone Best 500 Albums List and the Canonization of Music. Plus, Katherine Waterston on ‘The Third Day.’
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We talk about Rolling Stone’s ‘500 Greatest Albums of All Time’ list and the act of canon-making that goes along with creating a list like this (5:36). Much to our delight, Steven Soderbergh is bringing ‘The Knick’ back for a third season (25:07). Then we break down the second episode of ‘The Third Day’ (33:38) and Chris chats with Katherine Waterston about the show (46:34). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Katherine Waterston
Sep 24, 2020
Breaking Down the 2020 Emmys and What They Mean for TV. Plus, Dave Chang on His New Memoir, ‘Eat a Peach.'
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It was a ‘Schitt’s Creek’ sweep at the Emmys on Sunday. Does that speak to the power of the Netflix bump (8:52)? Plus, the ‘WandaVision’ trailer shows that Disney+ holds the power (28:00), breaking down the latest episode of ‘The Boys’ (37:44), and Andy interviews Dave Chang about his new memoir, ‘Eat a Peach’ (44:43). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Dave Chang
Sep 22, 2020
The ‘Mandalorian’ Season 2 Trailer, ‘The Third Day,’ and Chloë Sevigny on ‘We Are Who We Are’
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The trailer for the second season of ‘The Mandalorian’ dropped this week and it featured lots of Baby Yoda and expensive-looking CGI (1:41). ‘The Third Day’ on HBO is an immersive and weird experience (11:05). Plus, we break down the first episode of ‘We Are Who We Are’ (29:53) and interview Chloë Sevigny, who leads the show (40:40). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Chloë Sevigny
Sep 18, 2020
Which Streaming Services Will Survive? Plus, Previewing Monday Nights on HBO, More Superhero Talk, and Aya Cash From ‘The Boys’
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After a slight executive shakeup at Netflix, we take a temperature check of how each of the major streaming services are faring right now (6:22). Then, we preview the HBO shows ‘Third Day’ and ‘We Are Who We Are’ (28:43) and break down the news that Jonathan Majors will have a leading role in the next ‘Ant Man’ movie (34:40). Plus, a conversation with Aya Cash about her role on ‘The Boys’ Season 2 (45:13). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Aya Cash
Sep 15, 2020
What the ‘Dune’ Trailer Reveals About the Star Wars Franchise. Plus, the End of ‘The Walking Dead’ and Breaking Down ‘The Boys’ S2E1-3.
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The trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ was released this week, and the movie looks expensive and like a new model for sci-fi movies (1:23). Meanwhile, the Star Wars franchise is flagging (11:56). Plus, ‘The Walking Dead’ is ending, but not without 30 more episodes and a couple spinoffs (34:43), and we break down the first three episodes of ‘The Boys’ Season 2 (40:56). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Sep 11, 2020
Mailbag Episode: Pandemic Content, Best Music of 2020 So Far, and What Shows to Look Forward to the Rest of This Year
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Chris and Andy open up the mailbag and cover topics like whether or not they want to see COVID-19 story lines in upcoming TV shows (12:37), what showrunners they would like to see tackle a new genre (30:15), some of their favorite music from 2020 so far (36:47), and what shows they’re most anticipating this year (43:16). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Sep 07, 2020
The Challenges of Adapting ‘The Three-Body Problem,’ Plus ‘Ted Lasso,’ ‘All or Nothing,’ and Previewing ‘The Boys’ Season 2
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News that David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are going to adapt the sci-fi series ‘The Three Body Problem’ for Netflix was met with trepidation online (10:32). Production of ‘The Batman’ has hit a snag after Robert Pattinson tested positive for COVID-19 (26:47). Plus: a tale of two different types of soccer shows in ‘Ted Lasso’ and ‘All or Nothing’ (37:10), and previewing Season 2 of ‘The Boys’ (57:12). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Sep 04, 2020
Remembering Chadwick Boseman With Reggie Ugwu. Plus: ‘I May Destroy You’ Finale and an Interview With the Killers' Brandon Flowers.
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Chris and Andy are joined by New York Times culture reporter Reggie Ugwu to talk about the life and career of Chadwick Boseman, who passed away on Friday following a private battle with colon cancer (1:32). Plus, Chris and Andy break down the finale and phenomenal season of ‘I May Destroy You’ (25:36), and Andy is joined by the Killers' lead singer Brandon Flowers to talk about their new album, ‘Imploding the Mirage’ (53:16). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guests: Reggie Ugwu and Brandon Flowers
Aug 31, 2020
Are TV Shows the New Movies? A Podcast Crossover Special, Part 2.
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In a special mega-pod, Chris and Andy are joined by Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins for a two-part conversation about the way that movies seems to be aping the modes and styles of TV, and vice versa. (For Part 1, check out 'The Big Picture' on The Ringer Podcast Network.) Hosts: Andy Greenwald and Chris Ryan Guests: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins
Aug 28, 2020
The 'Lonesome Dove' Megapod | Bonus Episode
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Welcome to the Summer of Dove. All four segments of Chris and Andy talking about the book and miniseries 'Lonesome Dove.' Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Aug 26, 2020
The Next Era of the DC Universe Is Here. Plus, ‘Lovecraft Country’ Episode 2, and an Interview With George Pelecanos.
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The teaser trailer for ‘The Batman’ was released over the weekend, along with some other DC Universe news (1:57). It leaves us wondering what we want from the latest Batman property (16:55). After a strong pilot episode, ‘Lovecraft Country’ hit some snags in the second (29:30). Plus, Andy talks with George Pelecanos about his new anthology series, ‘DC Noir’ (39:57). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: George Pelecanos
Aug 24, 2020
Affleck Back to Batman? A New Spider-Woman? Plus, Lonesome Dove Pt. 4
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Following announcements about upcoming Spider-Woman, Kraven the Hunter, and Batman projects, Chris and Andy weigh in on the news and the stars who could be behind each project (8:15). Then, in preparation for the finale of 'I May Destroy You,' they break down the latest episode and discuss the success Michaela Coel has had in her first season (27:50). Plus, the last installment of the 'Lonesome Dove' series (38:40). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Aug 21, 2020
Breaking Down ‘Lovecraft Country” with Showrunner Misha Green. Plus, the Third Installment of ‘Lonesome Dove’
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‘Lovecraft Country’ is a big, chewy show in a similar vein to other HBO shows, such as ‘The Outsider’ and ‘Watchmen’ (10:37). Creator Misha Green joins to help break down the first episode (29:26). Plus, the third installment of our ‘Lonesome Dove’ series (49:38). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Aug 17, 2020
'I May Destroy You Never Lets Up', Jake Johnson on ‘Hoops', and 'Lonesome Dove' Pt. 2
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Chris and Andy talk about HBO Max’s troubles, including its distribution struggles (02:39). Then actor Jake Johnson joins to introduce his Netflix show ‘Hoops,’ about a foul-mouthed basketball coach (12:07). And they continue their discussion about ‘Lonesome Dove,’ focusing on the miniseries’ second episode and the second chunk of the acclaimed book (46:45). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Jake Johnson
Aug 13, 2020
What Just Happened at HBO Max, Justin Charity and Micah Peters on ‘Sound Only,’ and Part 1 of ‘Lonesome Dove’
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Chris and Andy discuss the recent executive shake-up at HBO Max, HBO’s confusing transition of their streaming platform, the HBO Max original film ‘American Pickle,’ the end of a well-executed season of HBO’s ‘Perry Mason,’ and more (0:06). Next, Chris is joined by The Ringer’s Micah Peters and Justin Charity to discuss the relaunch of their podcast ‘Sound Only,’ the evolution of art criticism, their entertainment consumption during the pandemic, and more (43:48). Finally, Chris and Andy embark on Part 1 of their ‘Lonesome Dove’ discussion, in which they dive into the iconic novel as well as Episode 1 of the limited TV series (1:08:45).
Aug 10, 2020
If 'High Fidelity' Can't Survive in Hollywood, What Can? Plus, an Interview With Timothy Simons About 'Yes, God, Yes'
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Hulu announced this week that it's canceling the critically loved show ‘High Fidelity’ starring Zoë Kravitz. It begs the question: What type of TV show can survive in the current television landscape (12:06)? Plus, we break down the most recent episode of ‘I May Destroy You’ (26:18) and an interview with Timothy Simons about ‘Yes, God, Yes’ and being a working actor during a pandemic (32:02). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Timothy Simons
Aug 06, 2020
Our Nostalgia for Syndicated Television, Plus: X-Men Past, Present, and Future With Jason Concepcion
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Chris and Andy reminisce about the comfort of after-school television and the cartoons they used to watch (5:51). Then, they are joined by Jason Concepcion to talk about how they were introduced to X-Men comic books (16:39), when they were most obsessed with the franchise (34:13), and what they want from future X-Men properties (59:02). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Jason Concepcion
Aug 03, 2020
What Do the Emmy Nominations Tell Us About the Current TV Landscape? Plus ‘I May Destroy You’ and ‘Perry Mason.’
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We break down the 2020 Emmy nominations, including some very obvious snubs (8:01) and what they tell us about our current TV landscape (18:14). ‘I May Destroy You’ gives us a type of intimacy rarely seen on TV (33:11), and it’s clear that HBO spent a lot of money on ‘Perry Mason’ (45:00). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Jul 30, 2020
Thoughts on ‘Folklore,’ the ‘Tenet’ Dilemma, and Rediscovering Sitcoms
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Some thoughts on Taylor Swift’s surprise album ‘Folklore’ and the art of a quarantine album release (9:01). ‘Tenet’ perfectly encapsulates the dilemma much of pop culture is currently facing (24:31). Plus, rediscovering the simple pleasure of sitcoms (34:21) and discussing how ‘Palm Springs’ is a high-quality hangout movie (52:49). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Jul 27, 2020
The End of Cable as We Know It? Plus, Wrapping up ‘Dark’ Season 3 and an Interview With Mark Duplass.
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Chris and Andy explore the phenomenon that is ‘Yellowstone’ (6:28) before having a broader conversation about the state of cable television (15:27). Then, they talk about the final episodes of ‘Dark’ Season 3 and reflect on the season as a whole (25:20). Finally, they are joined by Mark Duplass to talk about ‘Room 104’ and the current state of the TV industry (47:16). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Mark Duplass
Jul 23, 2020
'Game of Thrones' Prequel News and the State of TV IP, Plus 'Dark' S3
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Andy shares a bit of news about ‘Briarpatch’ (7:27). Then, the guys talk about the ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel news and the never-ending search for hit TV IP (18:58). Plus, ‘Perry Mason’ is actually good (36:29) and breaking down episodes 3 to 5 of ‘Dark’ Season 3 (43:17). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Jul 21, 2020
Do We Have Old-TV-Show Fever? Plus, ‘Dark’ Season 3 and ‘I May Destroy You’
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With Netflix adding ‘Supermarket Sweep’ to its catalog and Peacock debuting a large library of old TV shows, are TV shows from the '90s the most valuable thing for a streaming service to have right now (19:51)? Plus, we break down the latest episode of ‘I May Destroy You’ (31:36) and the first two episodes of ‘Dark’ Season 3 (38:48). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Jul 16, 2020
What Are the Secrets of the Peacock Library? And an Interview With Roy Wood Jr. of ‘The Daily Show’
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Though it’s dense and complicated, ‘Dark’ is still an enticing show (3:25). NBC’s streaming service, Peacock, will be here soon, along with a large back catalog of shows and the sneaky-popular ‘Yellowstone’ (13:04). Plus, an interview with Roy Wood Jr. (25:34). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Roy Wood Jr.
Jul 14, 2020
Michaela Coel's 'I May Destroy You' Continues to Be Brilliant. Plus, Parsing 'Dark' and an Interview With Ramy Youssef.
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Before we jump into Season 3 of 'Dark,' we need to mentally prepare ourselves for how twisted this show is (10:23). 'I May Destroy You' continues to capture the moment in an incisive and elegant way (17:03). Plus, Chris talks with 'Ramy' creator and star Ramy Youssef about the show's second season (35:16). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Ramy Youssef
Jul 10, 2020
In the Streaming World, How Do We Decide When It’s Time for a TV Show to End? Plus, ‘Betty’ Director Crystal Moselle
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Netflix announced this week that both ‘Dead to Me’ and ‘Ozark’ will be airing their final seasons. It begs the question of how streaming services make the decision of when to end TV shows that could seemingly go on forever (11:06). Plus, ‘Hamilton’ is finally widely available on Disney+ (26:23) and Andy talks to the director of ‘Betty,’ Crystal Moselle (35:24). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Crystal Moselle
Jul 07, 2020
Top Five TV Shows of the Year, Plus: Sarah Snook on ‘Succession’
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As The Ringer discusses their top shows of the year, Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald follow suit and break down their top five shows thus far (2:00). Then, Sarah Snook joins the show to talk about her role as Shiv Roy in 'Succession' and the potential plans for a third season (36:12). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Sarah Snook
Jun 30, 2020
‘Betty’ Is a Love Letter to Being Young in New York. Plus: Peacock News and ‘I May Destroy You’
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‘Betty,’ a show on HBO about a pack of skateboarding teen girls, is joyous and depicts being young in New York as a real adventure (3:18). Plus, Peacock is hoping that ‘Brave New World’ can be it’s ‘Game of Thrones’ (26:42) and ‘I May Destroy You,’ just keeps getting better (41:30). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Jun 26, 2020
‘Perry Mason’ Is Dark, but to What End? Plus: the Top Chef, Melissa King.
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‘Perry Mason,’ the HBO reboot starring Matthew Rhys, is very expensive and very dark. Will either of those aspects make for a popular TV show (1:50)? Plus, we welcome the winner of ‘Top Chef,’ Melissa King, to the show to talk about her strategy for the finale (24:55) and what she learned about her cooking this season (37:59). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Melissa King
Jun 23, 2020
Padma Lakshmi on ‘Top Chef’ and ‘Taste the Nation.’ Plus, ‘The King of Staten Island.’
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Is ‘The King of Staten Island’ a good movie? Or is it just that there have been no new movies in a really long time (3:10)? Plus, Padma Lakshmi joins the show to talk about her new show on Hulu, ‘Taste the Nation,’ and her experiences while judging ‘Top Chef’ for 16 seasons (12:06). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Padma Lakshmi
Jun 18, 2020
What Happens to Your Cable Bill Once You Start Paying for New Movies, Too? Plus, ‘Top Chef’ and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
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On top of your various streaming services, you’re probably going to want to pay for straight-to-video releases as well. Just how big can your streaming budget get (3:15)? Chris and Andy break down the second episode of ‘I May Destroy You’ and the penultimate episode of ‘Top Chef’ (28:07). Then, Andy interviews Tom Russo and Fran Keany from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever about their second album, ‘Sideways to New Italy’ (43:08). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guests: Tom Russo and Fran Keany
Jun 16, 2020
'I May Destroy You' Is Astonishing. Plus, Sam Boyd, the Creator of ‘Love Life’
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‘I May Destroy You,’ written by and starring Michaela Coel, may be the one of the best new shows of 2020 (5:16). The show feels like Coel announcing herself as a new voice in television (12:16). Plus, an interview with Sam Boyd, the creator of ‘Love Life’ (20:39). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Sam Boyd
Jun 12, 2020
‘Space Force’ Isn’t Sure What It Wants to Be. Plus, ‘Top Chef’ and Elwood Reid on ‘Barkskins’
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We recap last week’s episode of ‘Top Chef’ in which the contestants head to Italy to hunt some truffles (4:32). Netflix’s new splashy comedy ‘Space Force' isn’t sure if it wants to be mean like ‘Veep’ (23:26) or comforting like ‘The Office’ (32:15). Plus, author Elwood Reid joins the show to talk about his new TV series, ‘Barkskins’ (47:36). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Elwood Reid
Jun 09, 2020
Our HBO Max Prime-time Grids. Plus, Time Traveling with TV and ‘Top Chef’
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Revisiting a beloved TV show that you haven’t seen in a long time can almost feel like traveling back in time (1:54). Plus, once you figure exactly what HBO Max is and how to get into it (21:05), there’s a bounty of streaming options. We craft our prime-time grids of what we’re watching from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. (36:12). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
May 29, 2020
‘The Great’ Is Very Good. Plus Kristen Bell on ‘Central Park,’ ‘Veronica Mars,’ and ‘Frozen.’
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Some musings on getting older (3:44) and then ‘The Great,’ a show you may have skipped over because it looks just fine, but is worth your time (16:07). Plus, Kristen Bell joins the show to talk about her new show ‘Central Park,’ as well as her iconic roles in ‘Veronica Mars’ and ‘Frozen’ (32:44). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Kristen Bell
May 22, 2020
Remembering Lynn Shelton, Dan Pfeiffer on ‘Top Chef,’ and James Badge Dale on ‘Hightown’
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We take a moment to remember Lynn Shelton, a brilliant director of movies and TV (1:00). Then, Dan Pfeiffer joins the show to talk about his love for ‘Top Chef’ (15:52) and break down the most recent episode of ‘Top Chef: All-Stars L.A.’ (34:07). Finally, Chris talks with James Badge Dale about his new show ‘Hightown’ (57:22). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guests: Dan Pfeiffer and James Badge Dale
May 19, 2020
What Does HBO Max Mean for HBO? Plus, Paul Mescal of ‘Normal People’
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HBO Max is set to launch on May 27 with an impressive streaming library (5:29). The streaming service from WarnerMedia Entertainment is a complete break from what HBO has been in the past (12:55). Plus, an interview with Paul Mescal, who plays Connell on ‘Normal People’ (26:15). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Read the Variety article on HBO Max here.
May 15, 2020
‘Top Chef: All-Stars’ Is Our New Favorite Sport. Plus, Kathryn Hahn!
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Unsurprisingly, Quibi is not doing well while everyone is stuck at home. We explain why we have some sympathy for the nascent streaming service (10:53). Plus, breaking down the restaurant wars from last week’s episode of ‘Top Chef: All-Stars L.A.’ (31:41) and an interview with Kathryn Hahn about her new show ‘I Know This Much is True’ (45:33). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Kathryn Hahn
May 12, 2020
The Tricky Art of Making a Streaming Comedy and ‘Normal People’ Season Review. Plus, ‘Arkansas’ Director Clark Duke | The Watch
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The trailer for ‘Space Force,’ Netflix’s flashy comedy created by Greg Daniels and Steve Carrell, was released this week, and we talk about what it takes to make a good streaming comedy (13:06). Plus, how ‘Normal People’ the show differed from ‘Normal People’ the book (28:37) and a conversation with the director of ‘Arkansas,’ Clark Duke (57:22). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Guest: Clark Duke
May 08, 2020
A Tale of Two ‘Tiger King’ Adaptations, ‘Normal People,’ and Tom Pelphrey of ‘Ozark’ | The Watch
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It now looks like there’s not one, but two ‘Tiger King’ adaptations in the works, and this reveals a funny thing about the TV industry and trying to get ahead of an adaptation (1:05). For May the Fourth, Disney gifted us with two bits of interesting Star Wars news (18:14). Plus: last week’s episode of ‘Top Chef,’ ‘Normal People’ episodes 1 through 6 (32:19), and an interview with Tom Pelphrey, who plays Ben on ‘Ozark’ (1:05:31).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Tom Pelphrey

May 05, 2020
Why ‘Normal People’ Is So Captivating, Featuring Director Lenny Abrahamson | The Watch
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The cult of Sally Rooney and stellar performances from the two young actors (4:06) are what makes ‘Normal People’ an instant must-watch and a masterclass on how to make a TV show that’s just about feelings (19:38). Plus, a conversation with one of the show’s directors, Lenny Abrahamson, about how he adapted the show from the best-selling book (36:27).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Lenny Abrahamson

May 01, 2020
The Magic of ‘Top Chef’ Over the Years; Plus, HBO’s ‘Run’ | The Watch
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Chris and Andy go deep on their love for ‘Top Chef’ (6:31) and talk about why you form unique relationships with the contestants on the show (20:35). And even though ‘Run,’ starring Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson, has all the makings of a good show, there’s something slightly off about it (36:00).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Apr 28, 2020
You Don’t Need to Worry About Netflix, They’re Doing Just Fine. Plus: The ‘Devs’ Season Finale. | The Watch
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Netflix added 15.8 million subscribers in the first quarter of 2020, showing in no small way that it is still the dominant streaming service (2:07). We wonder whether services like HBO Max and NBC's Peacock even stand a chance of catching up (20:09). Plus, we break down the ‘Devs’ season finale and reflect on the season as a whole (37:35).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Apr 24, 2020
Breaking Down the 'Better Call Saul' Finale. Plus: Actor Tony Dalton on Playing Lalo Salamanca. | The Watch
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Chris and Andy hone in on the season finale of their favorite show of the year: 'Better Call Saul.' They discuss the tonal differences between the world established here and in 'Breaking Bad,' the specific performances of Bob Odenkirk and Tony Dalton, and the way the cast and crew have perfected the craft of the 'Breaking Bad'/'Better Call Saul' extended universe (1:02). Then, Dalton joins the show to discuss his role as Lalo Salamanca, what he takes from the page and makes his own, and the most rewarding aspects of working in a high-level ensemble cast (44:32).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Tony Dalton

Apr 21, 2020
Hollywood Dealmaking Doesn’t Stop, Even If Production Does. Plus That 'Better Call Saul Scene' and Rosario Dawson on the 'Briarpatch' Finale. | The Watch
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Andy reflects on his time making ‘Briarpatch’ after the season finale aired this week (1:06). Production on most TV shows has ground to a halt due to COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean that Hollywood dealmaking is slowing down (15:42). We talk about that electric scene in the penultimate episode of ‘Better Call Saul’ (28:00) and give some immediate reactions to the first episode of ‘Mrs. America’ (38:33). Finally, Chris and Andy are joined by some of the cast from ‘Briarpatch’ (50:59).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guests: Rosario Dawson and Jay Ferguson

Apr 17, 2020
The Magic of a Live Instagram Beats Battle, Plus ‘Run’ and ‘Devs’ | The Watch
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On Saturday night DJ Premier and RZA faced off on Instagram Live for a two-hour beats battle. It might be the most fun we’ve had in a long time and shows how content has evolved during this time of social distancing (1:59). HBO’s newest show ‘Run’ is a Merritt Wever showcase (26:03), and we’ve finally figured out the key to enjoying ‘Devs’ (35:35). Plus, a conversation with Scott Teems, whose Western-thriller movie ‘The Quarry’ comes to VOD this Friday (52:12).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Scott Teems

Apr 14, 2020
Laura Linney of 'Ozark.' Plus: ‘Modern Family,’ ‘Top Chef,’ and ‘Better Call Saul’ | The Watch
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There was not one, but two shows with desert-wandering scenes this week. Chris and Andy talk about ‘Better Call Saul’ S5E8 (4:50) and the penultimate episode of ‘Briarpatch’ and what goes into creating a scene like that (11:49). Then, they get on the line with Josh Phelps, who works at José Andrés’s World Central Kitchen, to talk about the organization's relief work (39:02). Finally Chris is joined by Laura Linney to talk about her electrifying role as Wendy on ‘Ozark’ (57:19).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guests: Josh Phelps and Laura Linney

Apr 10, 2020
Quibi Is Interesting Even If the Shows Aren’t Yet. Plus: The Greatness of ‘ZeroZeroZero’ With Andrea Riseborough | The Watch
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Quibi, the streaming service that features shows that are just seven to nine minutes long, launched today. The “quick bites” represent a new format besides traditional TV (1:26). The latest episode of ‘Devs’ did more telling than showing (27:50). ‘ZeroZeroZero’ is a feat in tv making (41:27) and Andrea Riseborough joins the show to give us some insight into how the show is made (1:08:56).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Andrea Riseborough

Apr 07, 2020
Is the New TV Pipeline Drying Up? Plus: Rhea Seehorn of ‘Better Call Saul’ on Playing Kim Wexler. | The Watch
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Many TV productions on pause due to COVID-19—what will happen a few months down the road if there is no new TV? And what will it look like if all paused TV shows come back at the same time (3:53)? Plus: We break down ‘Better Call Saul’ S5E7 (24:13) before Rhea Seehorn joins to talk about what it’s like to play Kim Wexler on the show (41:20).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Rhea Seehorn

Apr 03, 2020
The Best TV Character of the Century. Plus: ‘Ozark’ Season 3 With Executive Producer Chris Mundy | The Watch
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The Ringer launched its Best TV Character of the Century bracket today, which led us to debate what makes an excellent TV character (1:09). You don’t need to fully understand what’s happening in ‘Devs’ to know that it’s a great TV show (31:31). And an interview with ‘Ozark’ executive producer Chris Mundy about Season 3 of the show (47:01).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Chris Mundy

Mar 31, 2020
Missed Pop Culture Moments and ‘Better Call Saul’ S5E6. Plus: An Interview with Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee | The Watch
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We draw from the mailbag to talk about some pop culture moments we feel like we missed out on, including ‘The Sopranos’ and rave culture (3:04). Plus: We’re running out of ways to say that Rhea Seehorn deserves an Emmy for her performance as Kim Wexler in ‘Better Call Saul’ (23:27) and an interview with Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield (49:16).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Mar 27, 2020
What to Watch: ‘Devs,' ‘Tiger King,’ and ‘ZeroZeroZero.’ Plus: Our Dream TV Adaptations | The Watch
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The Season 10 finale of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ aired last night and marked a remarkable comeback for the show that first premiered 20 years ago (7:53). We list some of our dream adaptations we’d like to see right now (19:24). Plus: ‘Devs’ and ‘ZeroZeroZero’ (35:36).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Mar 24, 2020
‘Better Call Saul’ S5E5 and How Reese Witherspoon Cracked the Celebrity TV Code | The Watch
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Social distancing is making us appreciate TV in a new light (1:06). In the fifth episode of ‘Better Call Saul,’ the show showcases Jimmy and Kim’s relationship in a way that stands in contrast to Walter and Skylar’s relationship in ‘Breaking Bad’ (15:23). And Reese Witherspoon’s character in ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ is very similar to her character in ‘Big Little Lies,’ but maybe that’s the point (30:32).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Mar 20, 2020
How the Coronavirus Is Upending the TV Industry. Plus: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 and ‘Devs' | The Watch
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The spread of coronavirus has halted many television productions, and we take stock of what the TV landscape may look like in the near future (1:39). ‘Westworld’ returned on Sunday for its third season and many of the show’s old problems returned along with it (21:11). And with ‘Devs,’ Alex Garland is creating a different kind of TV world that’s interested in the “why” (33:42).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Mar 17, 2020
‘Better Call Saul’ Is the Best Kind of Fan Service, Plus the Brilliance of ‘Ugly Delicious’ Season 2 | The Watch
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‘Ugly Delicious’ starts off Season 2 by showing a softer side of celebrity chef Dave Chang, and in the process makes revelatory food television (11:01). ‘Better Call Saul’ Episode 4 is an episode best appreciated by a binge watch (19:02). Plus: an interview with the set designer for ‘Briarpatch,’ Richard Bloom (30:34).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Richard Bloom

Mar 13, 2020
‘The Outsider’ Season Finale, ‘Devs’ Season Premiere, and an Interview with the President of AMC, Sarah Barnett | The Watch
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‘The Outsider’ ended the way most Stephen King stories do—with a lot of buildup to nothing. But we still enjoyed ourselves along the way (1:00). FX on Hulu is here with the premier of ‘Devs,’ a science-fiction show that packs in mystery, emotion, and beautiful set design (29:38). Plus, a conversation about the current television landscape with the president of AMC, Sarah Barnett (46:36).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Mar 09, 2020
Why You Should Be Watching ‘Devs.’ Plus: ‘Better Call Saul’ S5E3 and ‘Briarpatch’ Episode 5. | The Watch
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Episode 3 of ‘Better Call Saul’ is the best Bob Odenkirk episode yet, as this season continues to get better (3:17). You should be watching ‘Devs,’ FX on Hulu’s flagship show from director Alex Garland (19:25). And a conversation with the ‘Briarpatch’ director of photography Zach Galler (26:11).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Zach Galler

Mar 06, 2020
The Outsider’ E9. Plus: What Does the Netflix Top 10 Teach Us? | The Watch
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Chris and Andy review the penultimate episode of ‘The Outsider’ (SPOILERS) (0:55), before trying to glean meaning from a new feature on Netflix—its top-10 most popular list (29:10).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Mar 02, 2020
Is This the Peak TV Tipping Point? Plus: Disney After Iger, and 'Briarpatch' E3 | The Watch
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Chris and Andy discuss the news that Bob Chapek will replace Bob Iger as CEO of Disney at the end of Iger’s contract in 2021 (1:57). Then they analyze what it’s like to try to keep up with the current deluge of TV content (13:36). Then, 'Briarpatch' co–executive producer Eva Anderson joins the show to discuss the making of Season 1, Episode 3 (34:23).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Eva Anderson

Feb 27, 2020
It's Time to Appreciate ‘Better Call Saul.’ Plus: ‘The Outsider’ S1E8 and an Interview With Greg Dulli | The Watch
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‘Better Call Saul’ returned on Sunday night for its penultimate season and it’s time to start appreciating the show for what it is: a masterpiece (2:14). Episode 8 of ‘The Outsider’ was the most Stephen King–influenced episode yet (26:45). And an interview with the musician Greg Dulli about his first solo album, ‘Random Desire’ (51:56).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Greg Dulli

Feb 24, 2020
‘Westworld’ Season 3 and the Problems With Robots on TV. Plus: Chris Carraba Reflects on the Legacy of Emo Music | The Watch
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The ‘Westworld’ Season 3 trailer dropped today and the show looks more sci-fi, and more expensive, than ever (5:41). ‘Better Call Saul’ is back on Sunday night with its penultimate season. It’s a show we loved, left, and have come to love again (18:56). Plus, Andy sits down with his longtime friend Chris Carraba, lead singer of Dashboard Confessional, to reflect on his career (24:43) and the legacy of emo music (1:03:08). 


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Chris Carraba

Feb 21, 2020
The Joys of ‘High Fidelity’ and a ‘Narcos: Mexico’ Roundtable With Eric Newman, Scoot McNairy, and Diego Luna | The Watch
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‘High Fidelity’ is a show where you get to hang out with Zoë Kravitz for 10 episodes, but it’s also much more than that (9:35). The seventh episode of ‘The Outsider’ doesn’t do too much to push the story forward (21:04). Plus, conversations with Eric Newman (30:06), Scoot McNairy (0:00), and Diego Luna (46:27) about Season 2 of ‘Narcos: Mexico’ (1:08:44).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guests: Eric Newman, Scoot McNairy, and Diego Luna

Feb 17, 2020
The ‘Survivor’ Premier, ‘Briarpatch’ Episode 2, and Previewing ‘High Fidelity’ | The Watch
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Chris is first joined by Riley McAtee to break down the premier of ‘Survivor Season 40: Winners at War’ (1:17). Then he sits down with Andy and ‘Briarpatch’ actress Allegra Edwards to talk about how Allegra got cast on the show (29:12) and break down the second episode (47:27). Finally, Chris is joined by ‘High Fidelity’ creators Veronica West and Sarah Kucserka to talk about how they got to create their dream show with their dream star, Zoe Kravitz (1:08:18).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guests: Riley McAtee, Allegra Edwards, Veronica West, and Sarah Kucserka

Feb 14, 2020
The 2020 Oscars and ‘The Outsider’ Episode 6 | The Watch
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The 2020 Academy Awards deliver a fun, messy, and ultimately feel-good telecast (0:41). Plus: Episode 6 of ‘The Outsider’ showcases everything that makes the show so captivating (41:15).

Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Feb 10, 2020
Breaking Down the First Episode of 'Briarpatch' (Live) | The Watch
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Andy reflects on his journey to creating 'Briarpatch' and the challenges of creating a pilot episode (1:00). Then, Chris and Andy are joined live on stage by Sam Esmail, Kim Dickens, and Jay Ferguson to break down the first episode of 'Briarpatch' (27:58).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guests: Sam Esmail, Kim Dickens, and Jay Ferguson

Feb 07, 2020
The Marvel Cinematic Universe Becomes the Marvel TV Universe. Plus: ‘The Outsider’ Episode 5. | The Watch
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The Super Bowl isn’t just for football; it’s for trailer debuts as well. After watching three new trailers for Marvel TV shows, we try to suss out what a Marvel television universe will look like (3:04). Plus: Quibi’s bet on the way people will be watching TV in the near future (21:50), and ‘The Outsider’ S1E5 (34:01).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Feb 03, 2020
Why ‘The Outsider’ Is TV’s Best Mystery. Plus: More ‘Cheer’ and ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ | The Watch
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By dabbling in the supernatural, ‘The Outsider’ is quickly becoming the best mystery on TV right now (1:23). It’s hard to imagine a fictional version of the docuseries ‘Cheer,’ and that’s what makes it so good (23:55). Plus: living voyeuristically through Larry in ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ (32:40) and wondering what exactly is going on with the Obi-Wan Kenobi series (39:01).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Jason Concepcion

Jan 31, 2020
Nic Pizzolatto Has a New Home, ‘Parasite’ Five Months Later, and Dispatches From Sundance | The Watch
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It’s a ‘True Detective’ reunion over at FX, with Nic Pizzolatto and Matthew McConaughey linking up to produce a drama series called ‘Redeemer’ (10:21). Andy finally saw ‘Parasite’ and is ready to crown it the best movie of 2019 (16:44). Plus, thoughts on the first episode of ‘Star Trek: Picard’ (27:15) and a report from the 2020 Sundance Film Festival (40:13).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Juliet Litman

Jan 28, 2020
Anticipation for ‘Star Trek: Picard’ and Why You Should Be Watching ‘Cheer’ | The Watch
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Andy gives an update on where he is in ‘Briarpatch’ production (4:33) and the guys preview some shows that are coming soon, including ‘Star Trek: Picard’ (11:21) and the ‘Star Wars’ series centered on Obi-Wan Kenobi (19:29). Plus: the reality TV moment that’s happening on Netflix (29:37).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Kaya McMullen

Jan 24, 2020
Why ‘The Outsider’ Works Where Other Stephen King Adaptations Fail. Plus: ‘The New Pope,’ ‘Avenue 5,’ and ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ | The Watch
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In its third episode, ‘The Outsider’ has managed to avoid mistakes made by other Stephen King adaptations (6:39) and also be more than a procedural crime drama (21:15). Plus, we break down ‘The New Pope’ (28:03), ‘Avenue 5’ (38:42), and the Season 10 premiere of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ (50:55).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Jan 20, 2020
Solving the 'Star Wars' Identity Crisis and 'Don't F**k With Cats,' With Chuck Klosterman | The Watch
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Chuck talks about why he's in no rush to see 'Rise of Skywalker,' despite being a massive fan of the franchise (5:07) and why it might be time to stop trying to expand the 'Star Wars' universe (26:45). Plus: 'Don't F**k With Cats,' a good show that you can't really recommend (36:43).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Chuck Klosterman

Jan 17, 2020
On the Other Side of the TCAs and Breaking Down the First Two Episodes of ‘The Outsider’ | The Watch
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Andy tells us what it was like to present ‘Briarpatch’ at the TCAs (2:11) and gives some hot takes on the Oscar nominations (26:13), before breaking down the first episode of ‘The Outsider’ (34:44). Then, Jason Concepcion joins to talk about ‘The Outsider’ Episode 2 and Patrick Radden Keefe’s book, ‘Say Nothing’ (47:24).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Jason Concepcion

Jan 13, 2020
What FX Will Look Like in 2020. Plus, a Conversation With Rob Corddry and Krister Johnson of ‘Medical Police’ | The Watch
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The FX network gave its presentation at the TCAs today and told us when to expect the next season of ‘Atlanta’ (1:00) and gave premiere dates for a slate of other shows (11:34). Then, Chris sits down with the creators of ‘Medical Police,’ Rob Corddry and Krister Johnson, to talk about the process of creating the show (32:12) and why they looked to ‘Jack Ryan’ for inspiration while writing it (44:39).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Rob Corddry and Krister Johnson

Jan 10, 2020
New Year, New Mailbag Episode | The Watch
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Chris and Andy shout out the 'Watch’ Facebook group’s favorite TV shows of 2019 (2:26) before opening up the mailbag to answer some listener questions. They talk about which 2019 movies should have been TV shows (27:24), what they were watching at the beginning of the decade (34:35), and which Netflix films they’re most excited for in 2020 (43:45).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Jan 06, 2020
‘The Mandalorian’ Gave Us Everything We Wanted | The Watch
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We break down the finale of ‘The Mandalorian’ and reflect on why this piece of ‘Star Wars’ content worked where others failed (1:39). Plus: a special shoutout to the show's score (26:47) and what the success of the Disney+ product means for streaming networks like Netflix and Amazon (43:14).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Sean Fennessey

Jan 03, 2020
The Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2020 | The Watch
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Chris previews the TV landscape for 2020, including what might fill the void left by 'Game of Thrones' (1:00), his 10 most anticipated shows of 2020 (5:15), and what to look out for in the next stage of the streaming wars (34:00).


Host: Chris Ryan

Dec 26, 2019
'Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker': A Shocking Disappointment (SPOILERS) | The Watch
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If you liked 'Rise of Skywalker,' you're not going to like this podcast. The latest movie left us totally confused about where the franchise wants to go (4:15). We break down what worked and didn't work in the latest installment (23:35).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Dec 23, 2019
The Top 10 TV Shows of the Decade | The Watch
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Chris Ryan, Andy Greenwald, and Sam Esmail reflect on the past 10 years of television (1:00) before revealing their 10 favorite TV shows of the decade (27:48).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guests: Sam Esmail and Kaya McMullen

Dec 19, 2019
Breaking Down the Season Finale of ‘Watchmen’ | The Watch
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The season finale, and potentially the series finale, of ‘Watchmen’ aired last night. Chris and Andy talk about what it takes to wrap up a show like this (1:10), how closely the show hewed to the source material in the end (8:25), and their favorite parts of the final episode (38:25). Plus, a temperature check for ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,’ just a few days ahead of the premiere (50:56).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Dec 16, 2019
Parsing Drama in a Galaxy Far, Far Away and a Conversation With Yahya Abdul-Mateen II of 'Watchmen' | The Watch
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Andy announces the official premiere date for 'Briarpatch' (1:10) before the guys break down the latest drama in the 'Star Wars' universe (5:52). Then, Chris sits down with Yahya Abdul-Mateen II to talk about playing Cal on 'Watchmen' (15:57) and how he handled his character's big reveal in the latest episode (25:43).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II

Dec 12, 2019
Damon Lindelof on the World-building of ‘Watchmen’ | The Watch
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‘Watchmen’ showrunner Damon Lindelof joins the show to talk about why he doesn’t want to be called a creator, but rather a “remixer” (2:55), how he chose which part of the comic book series to reimagine (24:17), and the pilot-making process (48:59).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Damon Lindelof

Dec 09, 2019
Chris Ryan’s Top 10 TV Shows of the Year | The Watch
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2019 was defined by two TV shows: ‘Fleabag’ and ‘Succession.’ We debate which one was better (2:43). Plus: other favorite shows of the year, including ‘Russian Doll’ and ‘Mindhunter’ (29:25), and some honorable mentions (54:24).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Juliet Litman

Dec 06, 2019
Breaking Down ‘Watchmen’ Episode 7 and ‘The Mandalorian’ Episode 4 | The Watch
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Chris and Andy recap their Thanksgiving holidays before diving into another plot-heavy episode of ‘Watchmen’ (1:00). They break down the big reveal in “An Almost Religious Awe” (13:16). Plus: an unspecified amount of time at the farm with Mando and Baby Yoda in last week’s ‘The Mandalorian’ (37:57).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Dec 02, 2019
The Thanksgiving Primetime Grid and a Conversation with Ben Smith of ‘Treadstone’ | The Watch
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Chris lays out a night of television for you to watch during the holiday weekend including ‘Mrs. Fletcher,’ ‘Servant,’ and ‘Condor’ (1:02). Then he sits down with the producer of ‘Treadstone,’ Ben Smith, to talk about what it is like to create a show within the Jason Bourne universe (16:32) and the logistics of shooting a show in so many different locations (30:02).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Ben Smith

Nov 27, 2019
Breaking Down ‘Watchmen’ Episode 6, ‘The Mandalorian’ Episode 3, and the Rest of ‘The Crown’ Season 3 | The Watch
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We break down another mind-bending episode of ‘Watchmen,’ a show that’s leaving it all on the field (1:00). Do we like talking about ‘The Mandalorian,’ or do we just like talking about Baby Yoda GIFs (35:25)? Plus: Daddington Corner, ‘Frozen 2’ edition (51:00) and ‘The Crown’ S3E8-10 (59:32).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Amanda Dobbins

Nov 25, 2019
Just How Popular Is ‘The Mandalorian’? Plus: ‘The Crown,’ S3E5-7 | The Watch
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Despite all of the pressure on ‘The Mandalorian’ to make Disney+ a success, the show is an easy and enjoyable watch (1:08). Plus: An update on ‘Briarpatch’ production (13:04) and a breakdown of episodes 5-7 of ‘The Crown’ (23:48).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Amanda Dobbins

Nov 22, 2019
‘The Mandalorian’ Settles in and ‘Watchmen’ Keeps Getting Better, Plus: ‘The Crown’ Season 3, Episodes 1–4 | The Watch
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In the second episode of ‘The Mandalorian,’ the story gets deep in the details in the way that a 'Star Wars' movie can’t (4:09). It’s almost as though every episode of ‘Watchmen’ is a bottle episode; we break down the fifth episode, “Little Fear of Lightning” (27:57). Plus: ‘The Crown’ Season 3, Episodes 1-4 (46:18).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Guest: Amanda Dobbins

Nov 18, 2019
Breaking Down the First Episode of ‘The Mandalorian’ and Inside the Launch of Disney+ | The Watch
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‘The Mandalorian’ premiered this week, and although we have a lot of mixed feelings about the pilot, we're willing to hang on (1:38). Then Bloomberg reporter Lucas Shaw takes us inside the launch of Disney+ (28:52) and tells us why we shouldn’t be calling this the “streaming wars” (58:28). Plus: We break down what may be the most controversial episode of ‘Survivor’ in the history of the show (1:10:56).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Andy Greenwald, Lucas Shaw, and Riley McAtee

Nov 15, 2019
FX on Hulu, the Bob Iger Book Club, and Breaking Down ‘Watchmen’ E4S1 | The Watch
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Starting next year, FX will stream shows exclusively on Hulu. What does this mean for the future of a network that has produced several award-winning shows (1:06)? In his new book, Bob Iger reminisces about his relationship with Steve Jobs and Disney’s acquisition of Pixar (17:04). Plus, we break down the fourth episode of ‘Watchmen,’ a show that just keeps on getting better (33:58).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Read an excerpt from Bob Iger’s book here.

Nov 11, 2019
Breaking Down the First Three Episodes of 'The Morning Show' | The Watch
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'The Morning Show' may not be great TV, but it's certainly engaging. We break down the first three episodes, including the seemingly disconnected plot lines (1:57), Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston's performances (19:14), and our personal MVP of the first three episodes: Billy Crudup (32:43).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Amanda Dobbins

Nov 07, 2019
Confusion About What ‘The Morning Show’ and Apple TV+ Are Trying to Be, Plus: ‘Watchmen’ S1E3 | The Watch
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‘The Morning Show,’ the flagship series for Apple TV+, debuted on Friday. Despite star power from Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carrell, the first episode fell flat (1:38). The show, and subsequently Apple TV+, seem confused about what it’s trying to be (20:08). Plus, we break down the third episode of ‘Watchmen’ (38:10) and bid farewell to ‘The Deuce’ (49:25).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Nov 04, 2019
Intellectual Property Won’t Save You Now: ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ Hit Bumps in the Road | The Watch
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It was announced this week that Benioff and Weiss will no longer be creating a ‘Star Wars’ trilogy for Lucas Films (2:17). The news calls into question the future of the franchise (14:38). HBO is finding itself in a similar situation after cancelling a ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel starring Naomi Watts (26:58). Where will one of the most valued pieces of intellectual property go from here (39:00)?


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Nov 01, 2019
Early Reactions to ‘The Morning Show,’ and ‘Watchmen’ Picks Up Speed in the Second Episode | The Watch
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The AppleTV+ flagship, ‘The Morning Show,’ will premiere on Friday, and early reviews are not looking great (6:37). Meanwhile, ‘Watchmen’ is picking up steam in its second episode (12:07). We break down the episode (20:25) and examine why it’s so hard to create mystery television (27:26).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Oct 28, 2019
How the Streaming Business Made ‘Looking for Alaska’ Possible | The Watch
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Chris and Andy review the music scene in 2005, their roles in covering it, and how that era of music fits onto the big and small screen (1:00). Plus, the creators of ‘Looking for Alaska’, Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, on the long road to getting the show created, making television about teenagers, and creating a series that is distinctly 2005 (21:11).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Andy Greenwald, Josh Schwartz, and Stephanie Savage

Oct 24, 2019
Breaking Down the Season Premiere of ‘Watchmen’ | The Watch
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Damon Lindelof’s newest show, ‘Watchmen,’ started off with a bang and we feel like we’re in good hands (0:43). We take a deeper look at the texts the show seems to be drawing from (17:34) and the importance of the musical ‘Oklahoma!’ in the first episode (41:14).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Andy Greenwald and Juliet Litman

Oct 22, 2019
‘Looking for Alaska,’ Adaptation in the Post-Movies Age, and the Apple Content Slate | The Watch
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We preview Hulu’s upcoming original series ‘Looking for Alaska’—the first TV adaptation of a John Green novel (0:54). Then we talk about how ‘Looking for Alaska’ and HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ are two prime examples of content that would’ve been made into a movie in a previous decade but are now being serialized as TV (15:30), before running down the list of Apple streaming shows set to release soon (22:50).


Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

Oct 17, 2019
The ‘Succession’ Finale and a Farewell to the ‘Breaking Bad’ Universe | The Watch
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Andy calls in to talk about the finale of ‘Succession’ as well as the second season as a whole (0:40). Then they dive into ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ and the continuation of the Jesse Pinkman story line (21:30). Finally, your number one boys dissect the 'Succession' finale (39:00).

Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Andy Greenwald

Oct 14, 2019
Does ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ Live Up to Its Predecessors and Marketing? | The Watch
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‘El Camino’ is the heavily marketed movie follow-up to ‘Breaking Bad’—can that proposition ever live up creatively to the titanic achievements of the original AMC series? We share our reactions to the film, Aaron Paul’s continuation of the iconic Jesse Pinkman character, and the balance of fan service and creative ambition in the era of the commercialized Thursday-night Netflix release.


Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Sean Fennessey

Oct 11, 2019
A Cultural Roundup and Breaking Down ‘Succession’ Season 2, Episode 9 | The Watch
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Andy is back in the studio to catch up on all things entertainment, including ‘Joker.’ Martin Scorsese’s recent comments about superhero movies, the return of ‘Mr. Robot,' and the state of modern TV and consumerism (0:40) before your number one boys break down Season 2, Episode 9 of ‘Succession’ (47:30).

Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Andy Greenwald, Jason Concepcion

Oct 07, 2019
It’s Not Too Late to Get Into ‘Peaky Blinders’ | The Watch
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Season 5 of ‘Peaky Blinders’ premieres on Netflix tomorrow, but it’s not too late to get into the show (2:00). We talk about the surprisingly stacked cast (9:36), our favorite characters on the show (27:05), and what else we’re watching on TV right now (29:58).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Juliet Litman

Oct 04, 2019
The Shelf Life of Beloved TV Shows and Breaking Down 'Succession' S2E8 | The Watch
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In just over a week, ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ will extend the ‘Breaking Bad’ universe, so we revisit some of our favorite episodes and moments from the show (1:51). ‘Stranger Things’ is leaving Hawkins for Season 4 (6:14) and ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ feels like it could go on forever (14:23). Plus, breaking down ‘Succession’ S2E8, “Dundee” (21:42).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Andrew Gruttadaro and Jason Concepcion

Sep 30, 2019
The Marvelfication of ‘Star Wars’ and the Premiere of ‘Survivor’ Season 39 | The Watch
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Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige is being tapped to develop a new ‘Star Wars’ movie for Disney, and we discuss what this could mean for the franchise (4:16). Andy gives some lukewarm takes on the latest episode of ‘Succession' (12:50). Plus, we break down the season premiere of ‘Survivor’ (17:54).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Andy Greenwald and Riley McAtee

Sep 27, 2019
The 2019 Post-Emmys Report, a Conversation With Gerri From ‘Succession,' and Breaking Down ‘Succession’ S2E7 | The Watch
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After the lowest number of viewers in history, the Emmys are suffering from an importance problem (1:42). J. Smith-Cameron, who plays Gerri on ‘Succession,’ joins the show to talk about her character’s unique role within the family (22:23) and what it’s like to play a character she dislikes (35:23). Plus, breaking down S2E7 of ‘Succession,’ “Return” (40:29).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Andy Greenwald, J. Smith-Cameron, and Jason Concepcion

Sep 23, 2019
NBC Enters the Streaming Wars and September Television Stays Winning | The Watch
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NBC launched its streaming service Peacock this week, and its backlog of shows like ‘The Office’ and ‘30 Rock’ make it an instant contender (1:00). September continues to be a very good month for television, with shows like ‘Top Boy’ (7:30) and Ken Burns’s newest documentary ‘Country Music’ (27:37). Plus, we have to talk about this week’s episode of ‘Righteous Gemstones’ (43:09).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Donnie Kwak and Jason Gallagher

Sep 19, 2019
September TV Lineup: 'Unbelievable,' 'Undone,' and 'Succession' | The Watch
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September is shaping up to be a great month for television. We talk about 'Unbelievable' (1:15) and 'Undone' (14:34), two shows that premiered over the weekend on Netflix and Amazon Prime, respectively. Plus, breaking down 'Succession' S2E6, "Argestes" (22:51).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Kaya McMullen and Jason Concepcion

Sep 16, 2019
On the Set of Briarpatch With Andy Greenwald and Jay R. Ferguson | The Watch
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Live from the set of 'Briarpatch' in Albuquerque, Chris sits down with Andy and 'Briarpatch' leading man Jay R. Ferguson to talk about the decision-making that went into creating the show (2:57), Jay's experience playing Stan Rizzo on 'Mad Men (24:12), and of course, the Dallas Cowboys vs. the Philadelphia Eagles (54:13).  


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Andy Greenwald and Jay R. Ferguson

Sep 12, 2019
Breaking Down ‘Succession’ S2E5 and the Genius of ‘The Righteous Gemstones,’ Plus: ‘It Chapter Two’ | The Watch
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‘It Chapter Two’ is a three-hour time commitment that doesn’t really go anywhere (0:41). A Texas native tells us what ‘The Righteous Gemstones’ gets right about megachurches (6:46). Plus, breaking down ‘Succession’ S2E5, “Tern Haven” (19:31).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Jason Concepcion and Jason Gallagher

Sep 09, 2019
What Do We Want From Summer TV? Plus: Katie Couric’s Grub Street Diet | The Watch
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Andy calls in from New Mexico with a couple of people from the ‘Briarpatch’ cast on the line (2:43). Katie Couric really loves tomatoes, and other things we learned from her Grub Street Diet (8:20). Plus, we’re watching ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ and the final season of ‘Orange Is the New Black’ as the summer winds down (24:55).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guests: Andy Greenwald and Juliet Litman


Read Katie Couric’s Grub Street Diet here.

Sep 06, 2019
Breaking Down 'Succession' S2E4 | The Watch
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Your number one boys break down S2E4 of Succession, "Safe Room." They talk about Shiv and Kendall's tender moment (2:19), who won the episode (10:04), and the biggest burn of the week (18:39).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Jason Concepcion

Sep 02, 2019
More Streaming Services Are on the Way—Watch Out for Your Wallet | The Watch
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Bloomberg reporter Lucas Shaw joins the show to talk about how the forthcoming streaming wars are going to affect your wallet (3:18), how streaming services like Apple TV+ and Disney+ will release their shows (13:00), and what’s going on with network television (34:09).


Host: Chris Ryan

Guest: Lucas Shaw

Aug 30, 2019
Reactions to ‘The Mandalorian’ and ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ Trailers, Plus: Succession S2E3 | The Watch
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Aug 26, 2019
How Spider-Man’s Split From Marvel Will Impact Fans of the Franchise, Plus ‘Mindhunter’ Season 2, Episodes 6-9 | The Watch
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Aug 23, 2019
Breaking Down the First Half of ‘Mindhunter’ Season 2 and ‘Succession’ Episode 2, Season 2 | The Watch
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Aug 19, 2019
‘Four Weddings and a Funeral,’ ‘The Boys,’ and a Conversation With ‘Mindhunter’ Season 2 Director Carl Franklin | The Watch
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Aug 16, 2019
‘Succession’ Is Back and Better Than Ever | The Watch
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Aug 12, 2019
The ‘Euphoria’ Season Finale and How ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Helped Establish Netflix | The Watch
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Aug 06, 2019
A Midsummer Mailbag With Andy Greenwald | The Watch
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Aug 02, 2019
How Historically Accurate Is ‘Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood’? Plus: Amazon’s Next Move and Celebrating the Music of 1999 | The Watch
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Jul 29, 2019
Inside the Making of ‘The Righteous Gemstones’ With Danny McBride, David Gordon Greene, and Jody Hill | The Watch
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Jul 26, 2019
Marvel’s Fourth Phase and the ‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2 Letdown | The Watch
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Jul 22, 2019
Where Does Netflix Go From Here? Plus, ‘Survivor,’ Emmy Nominations, and ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ | The Watch
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Jul 19, 2019
Rookie Showrunner Mistakes and the ‘Big Little Lies’ Directing Controversy, Plus a Midseason Review of ‘Euphoria’ | The Watch
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Jul 15, 2019
Claire Saffitz of ‘Gourmet Makes’ and Episodes 5-8 of ‘Dark’ | The Watch
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Jul 12, 2019
‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Mega-Pod | The Watch
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Jul 08, 2019
Previewing ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 With Mallory Rubin | The Watch
3138
Jul 01, 2019
A Grab Bag of TV News, Summer Reading Recommendations, and Episodes 3 and 4 of ‘Dark’ Season 2 | The Watch
2989
Jun 28, 2019
Our Mid-2019 TV Superlatives, Plus: ‘Dark’ Season 2 | The Watch
2943
Jun 24, 2019
Our Updated TV Programming Blocks, Plus: An Interview With Britt Daniel of Spoon | The Watch
3611
Jun 21, 2019
‘Too Old to Die Young,’ ‘Euphoria,’ and a Check-in With Andy | The Watch
3539
Jun 18, 2019
We’re Not Ready to Stop Talking About ‘Fleabag,’ Plus: The Wild West of Streaming Television | The Watch
3844
Jun 14, 2019
The ‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2 Premiere and the Debacle That Was ‘Dark Phoenix’ | The Watch
3068
Jun 10, 2019
Breaking Down Each Episode of ‘Black Mirror’ Season 5 With Creators Annabel Jones and Charlie Brooker | The Watch
3484
Jun 07, 2019
‘Deadwood: The Movie’ and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge | The Watch
3443
Jun 03, 2019
Second-Season Genius From ‘Barry’ and ‘Fleabag’ | The Watch
3135
May 31, 2019
A Post–‘Game of Thrones’ Mailbag With Jason Mantzoukas | The Watch
3785
May 24, 2019
Breaking Down the End of ‘Game of Thrones’ | The Watch
4363
May 20, 2019
The End of ‘Game of Thrones’ Is Near, Plus: ‘Survivor’ Season Finale | The Watch
3802
May 17, 2019
Breaking Down the Penultimate Episode of ‘Game of Thrones,’ Plus: Farewell to ‘Veep’ | The Watch
3475
May 13, 2019
Non-'Thrones' HBO Content and a Conversation With David Cross | The Watch
2983
May 10, 2019
Breaking Down ‘Game of Thrones,’ S8E4 | The Watch
2902
May 06, 2019
Breaking Down 'Avengers: Endgame' | The Watch
3435
May 02, 2019
Breaking Down ‘Game of Thrones,’ S8E3 | The Watch
3097
Apr 29, 2019
Why 1999 Was One of the Best Years for Movies, Plus a Conversation With Roxanne Benjamin | The Watch
3657
Apr 26, 2019
Breaking Down ‘Game of Thrones,’ S8E2 | The Watch
3227
Apr 22, 2019
Disney+ Jockeys for First Place in the Streaming Wars | The Watch
2670
Apr 19, 2019
‘Game of Thrones’ Goes Back to the Basics (for Better or for Worse), Plus ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ | The Watch
3405
Apr 15, 2019
On the Brink of the Final Season of ‘Game of Thrones’ | The Watch
2416
Apr 12, 2019
The Return of ‘Killing Eve’ and an Interview With the Minds Behind 'Fosse/Verdon' | The Watch
3529
Apr 09, 2019
How ‘Joker’ Might Fit Into Superhero Movie Canon and a Conversation With Fiona Shaw | The Watch
3071
Apr 05, 2019
Writers Guild Negotiations, Plus: ‘Veep’ and ‘Barry’ | The Watch
3193
Apr 01, 2019
A Movie and Television Grab Bag | The Watch
3339
Mar 28, 2019
Apple Officially Wades Into the Streaming Wars, Plus: ‘Us’ and ‘Dragged Across Concrete’ | The Watch
3236
Mar 26, 2019
Trailer Talk, Plus: Nick Antosca, the Showrunner of ‘The Act’ | The Watch
2576
Mar 22, 2019
Apple’s Upcoming Entry Into the Streaming Wars and Reviewing ‘Captain Marvel’ | The Watch
3163
Mar 18, 2019
The ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Trailer and a ‘Triple Frontier’ Magnum Opus | The Watch
2812
Mar 15, 2019
On the Ground at South by Southwest, Plus: 'Olympic Dreams' | The Watch
2502
Mar 12, 2019
Was TV Ever Truly Monoculture and More Questions from the Mailbag | The Watch
3045
Mar 08, 2019
A Big-Picture Look at HBO, Plus ‘Crashing’ and ‘Pen15’ | The Watch
2782
Mar 04, 2019
Is the X-Men Franchise Relevant Anymore? Plus, the Creators of ‘High Maintenance’ | The Watch
2665
Mar 01, 2019
An Oscars and 'True Detective' Season 3 Wrap-up | The Watch (Ep. 332)
2596
Feb 26, 2019
Our 2019 Anticipation Index and Why Amazon Is Keeping ‘Lord of the Rings’ Under Lock and Key | The Watch (Ep. 331)
2892
Feb 22, 2019
The End of Marvel on Netflix, Plus the Penultimate Episode of ‘True Detective’ | The Watch (Ep. 330)
3314
Feb 18, 2019
An Assortment of TV News, Plus an Interview With Actor Jamie Bell | The Watch (Ep. 329)
3438
Feb 15, 2019
Build Your Own Night of Television, Plus an Interview With ‘Russian Doll’ Director Leslye Headland | The Watch (Ep. 328)
3730
Feb 12, 2019
The Calm Before the Streaming-Wars Storm, Plus ‘High Flying Bird’ | The Watch (Ep. 327)
2959
Feb 08, 2019
The Avengers Are in 'The Leftovers,' Plus Netflix's 'Russian Doll' | The Watch (Ep. 326)
2737
Feb 04, 2019
Who Will Be the Next Batman? Plus, the Movie ‘Dune’ | The Watch (Ep. 325)
2249
Feb 01, 2019
Andy’s Big News, Plus an Interview With the Creator of ‘Black Earth Rising’ | The Watch (Ep. 324)
3157
Jan 25, 2019
The State of Comedy on Television, Plus a ‘True Detective’ Recap | The Watch (Ep. 323)
3504
Jan 22, 2019
Breaking Down the ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Teaser, Plus: Steven Soderbergh's Culture Consumption | The Watch Ep. (322)
2477
Jan 18, 2019
Cautiously Optimistic About ‘True Detective,’ Plus: ‘Tidying Up With Marie Kondo’ Sparks a Trend | The Watch (Ep. 321)
2494
Jan 16, 2019
Previewing 'True Detective' Season 3 | The Watch (Ep. 320)
1961
Jan 11, 2019
What the 2019 Golden Globes Were Lacking | The Watch (Ep. 319)
2810
Jan 08, 2019
Netflix Flexes Its Muscles With ‘Bandersnatch’ | The Watch (Ep. 318)
2921
Jan 04, 2019
The 2018 Year in Review Mailbag | The Watch (Ep. 317)
3301
Dec 27, 2018
2018’s Great Wall of Culture | The Watch (Ep. 316)
2788
Dec 20, 2018
The Beauty of ‘Roma’ and What We’re Catching Up on Over the Holidays | The Watch (Ep. 315)
3227
Dec 18, 2018
The Best Television Shows of 2018 With Sam Esmail | The Watch (Ep. 314)
4781
Dec 13, 2018
Jason Mantzoukas Looks Back on This Year in Television and Film | The Watch (Ep. 313)
3673
Dec 11, 2018
Golden Globe Television Nominations and 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Season 2 | The Watch (Ep. 312)
2948
Dec 07, 2018
'The Mandalorian' News, Plus the Ups and Downs of TV Auteurism | The Watch (Ep. 311)
3106
Dec 03, 2018
‘Widows’ Is a Different Type of Heist Movie and the 1975 Is a Different Type of Rock Band | The Watch (Ep. 310)
2904
Nov 30, 2018
‘Little Drummer Girl’ Creates a World You Want to Dive Into | The Watch (Ep. 309)
2860
Nov 27, 2018
Ben Stiller on Creating ‘Escape at Dannemora’ | The Watch (Ep. 308)
3648
Nov 20, 2018
Previewing ‘Narcos: Mexico’ With Executive Producer Eric Newman | The Watch (Ep. 307)
3315
Nov 16, 2018
Remembering Stan Lee, Plus Homecoming's Micah Bloomberg and Eli Horowitz | The Watch (Ep. 306)
3100
Nov 13, 2018
‘Star Wars' Prequels and ‘Breaking Bad’ Sequels | The Watch (Ep. 305)
3495
Nov 09, 2018
The Brilliance of ‘Homecoming’ | The Watch (Ep. 304)
2875
Nov 06, 2018
‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel News, Plus Previewing ‘Homecoming’ | The Watch (Ep. 303)
2493
Nov 02, 2018
‘Bodyguard,’ Plus Classic Albums As the New Comic Books | The Watch (Ep. 302)
2763
Oct 29, 2018
Do Streaming Services Care About Film History? Plus a Conversation With Matthew Macfadyen of ‘Succession’ | The Watch (Ep. 301)
2353
Oct 27, 2018
What's Changed Since Starting the Show, Favorite Movie Moments of the Year, and Other Mailbag Questions | The Watch (Ep. 300)
3016
Oct 23, 2018
Lukewarm on ‘Camping’ and Hot on ‘Haunting of Hill House,’ Plus a Conversation With ‘Apostle’ Director Gareth Evans | The Watch (Ep. 299)
2533
Oct 19, 2018
Big-Ticket TV Overload and Talking With Carla Gugino of ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ | The Watch (Ep. 298)
2283
Oct 16, 2018
‘Better Call Saul’ Season Finale and Talking With ‘Maniac’ Creator Patrick Somerville | The Watch (Ep. 297)
4125
Oct 12, 2018
Yeah, We Loved 'A Star Is Born,' Too | The Watch (Ep. 296)
2891
Oct 09, 2018
Get Ready for the Fantasy TV Bubble | The Watch (Ep. 295)
3449
Oct 04, 2018
Catching Up on ‘Maniac,’ ‘Forever,’ and ‘Better Call Saul’ With Andy Greenwald | The Watch (Ep. 294)
2961
Oct 01, 2018
Fall Movie Preview and Love for ‘Better Call Saul’ | The Watch (Ep. 293)
2393
Sep 28, 2018
Reviewing ‘Maniac’ and ‘Forever,’ Plus Is the DC Extended Universe Cool Again? | The Watch (Ep. 292)
3943
Sep 25, 2018
Cary Fukunaga Takes Over the Bond Franchise, Plus a Live Performance From the Altons | The Watch (Ep. 291)
2665
Sep 20, 2018
The Emmys Earn a Collective Shrug, and ‘The Predator’ Is a Glorious Disaster | The Watch (Ep. 290)
2921
Sep 18, 2018
Behind the Scenes of ‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’ and ‘American Vandal’ | The Watch (Ep. 289)
3123
Sep 14, 2018
A Check-In With Andy, the Premiere of ‘The Deuce’ Season 2, and a Mid-Season Review of ‘Ozark’ Season 2 | The Watch (Ep. 288)
2188
Sep 10, 2018
The Summer TV Awards | The Watch (Ep. 287)
3685
Sep 06, 2018
A New Format for Superhero Movies, Previewing a Potentially Political Awards Season, and ‘Ozark’ Season 2 | The Watch (Ep. 286)
2688
Aug 30, 2018
True Detective’ Is Coming Back and ‘Sharp Objects’ Wraps, Plus Catching Up on ‘Castle Rock’ and ‘Lodge 49’ | The Watch (Ep. 285)
2502
Aug 27, 2018
The Summer Movie Awards | The Watch
3372
Aug 25, 2018
The Trouble With 'Bond 25,' Getting Hyped for 'Top Gun 2,' Plus Mailbag | The Watch (Ep. 284)
2768
Aug 24, 2018
'Better Call Saul' Is Back, Plus Reviewing Summer Movies | The Watch (Ep. 283)
3121
Aug 21, 2018
Remembering Aretha Franklin, Looking to the Good TV to Come, and Reviewing ‘Insecure’ and ‘Lodge 49’ | The Watch (Ep. 282)
2723
Aug 16, 2018
The Content Wars of TV’s Gilded Age | The Watch (Ep.281)
3396
Aug 13, 2018
Sending Off ‘Succession’ With Showrunner Jesse Armstrong | The Watch (Ep. 280)
3308
Aug 06, 2018
The 100 Best TV Episodes of The Century and Mailbag Questions | The Watch (Ep. 279)
3549
Aug 03, 2018
Loving ‘Mission: Impossible — Fallout’ and Awarding ‘Succession’ the TV Championship Belt | The Watch (Ep. 278)
2060
Jul 30, 2018
Exploring 'Castle Rock' and a 'Mission: Impossible' Retrospective | The Watch (Ep. 277)
2642
Jul 27, 2018
‘Succession’ Finds Its Stride and the Showrunners of ‘GLOW’ on Creating Season 2 | The Watch (Ep. 276)
3935
Jul 23, 2018
Marvel’s Supporting Avengers, Plus the Creators of ‘Unfriended: Dark Web’ Stop By | The Watch (Ep. 275)
3130
Jul 19, 2018
Lots of TV: Emmy Nominations, ‘Sharp Objects,’ ‘Succession,’ and More | The Watch (Ep. 275)
3479
Jul 16, 2018
‘Succession’ and Updates on ‘Y: The Last Man’ and ‘Briarpatch’ | The Watch (Ep. 274)
2657
Jul 12, 2018
Mailbag on 2018’s Pop Culture Crown, Big Franchise IP and More | The Watch (Ep. 273)
2908
Jul 09, 2018
Fast and Furious and Young Pope Casting Update. Plus Glow Season 2 review Pt. 1 | The Watch (Ep. 272)
2517
Jul 06, 2018
The Downside of Hype With Drake’s ‘Scorpion,’ Plus Reviewing ‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ | The Watch (Ep. 271)
2836
Jul 02, 2018
'Halo’ and Master Chief Are Coming to TV, and the ‘Sicario’ Cinematic Universe Is Here | The Watch (Ep. 270)
3250
Jun 28, 2018
'Westworld' Season Finale, and the Search for the Next ‘Game of Thrones’ | The Watch (Ep.269)
3446
Jun 25, 2018
'Star Wars' Presses Pause, Plus Marvel’s ‘Cloak and Dagger’ Showrunner, Joe Pokaski, Stops By | The Watch (Ep. 268)
2008
Jun 21, 2018
Jay-Z, Beyoncé, and Kanye’s Attempts at Culture As Events | The Watch (Ep. 267)
2534
Jun 18, 2018
Fox, Disney, Comcast, and the Content Wars of Tomorrow. Plus: Book Club Featuring ‘Every Man a Menace,’ With Patrick Hoffman | The Watch (Ep. 266)
2833
Jun 14, 2018
Remembering Anthony Bourdain | The Watch (Ep. 265)
3060
Jun 11, 2018
'Black Mirror' Showrunners on Their Favorite Episodes, Plus a Rolling Blackouts C.F. Live Performance | The Watch (Ep. 264)
2758
Jun 07, 2018
The Thing About ‘Westworld,’ Plus 'Succession' and ‘The Break With Michelle Wolf' | The Watch (Ep. 263)
2263
Jun 04, 2018
Kanye West’s New Album and Pusha-T’s 'Daytona' and Drake Diss. Plus, 'The Americans Finale | The Watch (Ep. 262)
2609
Jun 01, 2018
Did ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Work? Plus the ‘Killing Eve’ Finale | The Watch (Ep. 261)
3424
May 29, 2018
Celebrating Philip Roth, Plus Answering Your Mailbag Questions About ‘Watchmen’ and More | The Watch (Ep. 260)
3186
May 24, 2018
The Problem With Broadcast Television, Plus 'Killing Eve' | The Watch (Ep. 259)
3107
May 21, 2018
What to Expect From 'Deadpool 2'? Plus: 'Lord of the Rings' and 'Westworld' | The Watch (Ep. 258)
2435
May 17, 2018
Paul Scheer on Adapting ‘Galaxy Quest’ and Watching Classic Movies. Plus, Unpacking the ‘Barry’ Finale | The Watch (Ep. 257)
3968
May 14, 2018
‘The Predator’ and ‘Friday Night Lights’ Are Coming Back! Plus, Stephen Malkmus Stops By | The Watch (Ep. 256)
4741
May 11, 2018
This Is Donald Glover’s Moment | The Watch (Ep. 255)
3148
May 07, 2018
Recommending ‘Howards End’ and John Mulaney’s New Stand-up Special, Plus Deon Taylor, Director of ‘Traffik’ | The Watch (Ep. 254)
2796
May 04, 2018
'Avengers: Infinity War’ Mega-pod and Why You Should Watch ‘Killing Eve’ (Ep. 253)
3525
Apr 30, 2018
'The Handmaid's Tale' Returns, Plus Chvrches | The Watch (Ep. 252)
3586
Apr 26, 2018
'Westworld' Returns and Bill Hader and Henry Winkler Talk ‘Barry’ | The Watch (Ep. 251)
4064
Apr 23, 2018
Kanye’s Dropping Two Albums in June, ‘Atlanta’ Is the Best Show on TV, and Elwood Reid Discusses ‘The Last Good Kiss’ | The Watch (Ep. 250)
2846
Apr 19, 2018
In or Out on ‘Killing Eve’ and ‘Ocean’s 8’, Plus Andy Discusses His New Pilot, ‘Briarpatch’ | The Watch (Ep. 244)
2475
Apr 16, 2018
What Would It Take to Love 'Westworld' and Other Mailbag Questions, Plus News From Andy | The Watch (Ep. 243)
2441
Apr 12, 2018
Jake Johnson on the Final Season of 'New Girl.' Plus, the Dark Side of Amateur Sports With Director Ryan Koo (Ep. 242)
4951
Apr 09, 2018
How to Cast for ‘The Wire,’ ‘Atlanta,’ and ‘True Detective’ With Alexa Fogel | The Watch (Ep. 241)
3030
Apr 06, 2018
The Problem With ‘Ready Player One,' Plus ‘Trust’, ‘Atlanta,’ and ‘Terror’ | The Watch (Ep. 240)
3016
Apr 02, 2018
‘Roseanne’ and ‘The Americans’ Are Back, ‘Westworld’ Is Coming Soon | The Watch (Ep. 239)
2903
Mar 29, 2018
David Costabile Talks 'Billions' and 'Breaking Bad.' Plus, Reviewing 'Barry' and 'Trust' | The Watch (Ep. 238)
3158
Mar 26, 2018
Anticipating ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ and the ‘Sicario’ sequel. Plus, Musician Lucy Dacus and Finishing 'Collateral' | The Watch (Ep. 237)
3058
Mar 22, 2018
Would 'Black Panther' Work As TV? Plus Guilty Pleasures and New Music In the Mailbag | The Watch (Ep. 236 )
3198
Mar 19, 2018
What’s the Future of James Bond? Plus, Celebrating Craig Mack and Bad Boy Records | The Watch (Ep. 235)
2745
Mar 16, 2018
‘Atlanta’ and Julian Casablancas Share Hot Takes on the Music Biz, Plus ‘Collateral’ Episode 1 | The Watch (Ep. 234)
2287
Mar 13, 2018
'Star Wars' to TV and 'The Sopranos' to the Big Screen, Plus the Shib Sibs | The Watch (Ep. 233)
3044
Mar 08, 2018
And the Oscar Went To … | The Watch (Ep. 232)
2963
Mar 05, 2018
New TV Alert: 'Atlanta,' 'McMafia,' and 'Looming Tower' | The Watch (Ep. 231)
2850
Mar 02, 2018
Unpacking ‘Annihilation’ and the ’90s Nostalgia of Netflix’s ‘Everything Sucks!’ (Ep. 230)
2697
Feb 26, 2018
Answering Your Mailbag Questions, Plus a Politically Charged Superchunk Interview | The Watch (Ep. 229)
3413
Feb 22, 2018
Wakanda Forever! Black Panther’s Big Moment, Plus Jonathan Abrams revisits ‘The Wire’ | The Watch (Ep. 228)
3499
Feb 19, 2018
Is Netflix Swallowing TV? Plus, ‘Altered Carbon’ and ‘Babylon Berlin’ Reviewed | The Watch (Ep. 227)
2617
Feb 16, 2018
Why Jimmy Fallon Is Losing the Late-Night War | The Watch (Ep. 226)
3123
Feb 12, 2018
Is 'Star Wars' Saturation Possible? | The Watch (Ep. 225)
2723
Feb 08, 2018
Super Bowl Celebrations, Han Solo Trailer Reaction, and the Surprise Cloverfield Movie (Ep. 224)
2774
Feb 05, 2018
Why Isn’t Steven Soderbergh's ‘Mosaic’ A Bigger Deal? Plus ‘The End of The F** World’ | The Watch (Ep. 223)
2262
Feb 01, 2018
The Problem With the Grammys and Whether You Should Watch 'Waco' | The Watch (Ep. 222)
3234
Jan 29, 2018
‘The End of the F***ing World’ (and We Feel Fine) and the Oscar Noms (Ep. 221)
2522
Jan 26, 2018
Streaming Wars: Hulu Brings Back ‘ER’ and Amazon Dumps Its Quirky Comedies | The Watch (Ep. 220)
3165
Jan 22, 2018
Funny People Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome Talk Comedy and ‘Another Period.’ Plus, the End of ‘Dark’ (Ep. 219)
3288
Jan 19, 2018
'Breaking Bad’s' 10-Year Anniversary, Plus New Shows From David Letterman and 'American Crime Story' (Ep. 218)
2779
Jan 15, 2018
The James Franco and the 'All the Money in the World' Controversies, Plus 'Dark' (Ep. 217)
2472
Jan 11, 2018
Reliving the Golden Globes and Reviewing '9-1-1' (Ep. 216)
2832
Jan 08, 2018
Previewing the Golden Globes, a ‘Game of Thrones’ Update, and Going Deep on Netflix’s ‘Dark’ (Ep. 215)
2916
Jan 05, 2018
The 2017 Year in Music With Lindsay Zoladz, Plus the Mailbag (Ep. 214)
2968
Dec 28, 2017
2017's Great Wall of Culture With Jason Mantzoukas (Ep. 213)
3055
Dec 21, 2017
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Deep Dive (Ep. 212)
3133
Dec 18, 2017
'Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Preview, Plus the Double-Down Book Club With Megan Abbott (Ep. 211)
2710
Dec 14, 2017
The Best TV of 2017 With Sam Esmail (Ep. 210)
4567
Dec 11, 2017
Fear TV: ‘Dark’ and ‘Channel Zero,’ Plus Laurie Metcalf on ‘Lady Bird’ and ‘Roseanne’ (Ep 209)
2607
Dec 08, 2017
U2’s ‘Songs of Experience’ and Best Songs of All Time, Plus an 'Ozark' and 'House of Cards' Update (Ep. 208)
3145
Dec 04, 2017
All Marvel Everything: Talking ‘Runaways’ With Its Creator and Showrunners and an 'Infinity War' Trailer Reaction (Ep. 207)
2689
Nov 30, 2017
What You Should Be Watching Right Now (Ep. 206)
3494
Nov 27, 2017
Hollywood’s Troubled State (Ep. 205)
4013
Nov 20, 2017
The Inside Story of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine With Writer Joe Hagan (Ep. 204)
3359
Nov 17, 2017
Disney’s New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy, Amazon’s Expensive ‘Lord of the Rings’ Play, and the Best Superhero Movies of All Time (Ep. 203)
4015
Nov 13, 2017
Frankie Shaw of 'SMILF,' Plus Updates on ‘Mr. Robot’ and ‘All the Money in the World’ (Ep. 202)
3698
Nov 10, 2017
Reviewing ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ and Finishing ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 (Ep. 201)
3158
Nov 06, 2017
The Neptunes Are Back Because No One Ever Really Dies, Plus ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 (Ep. 200)
2726
Nov 02, 2017
Reviewing the First Three Episodes of ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 and Wrapping Up ‘The Deuce’ With Megan Abbott (Ep. 199)
3620
Oct 30, 2017
Hyped for 'Stranger Things 2' and Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Phantom Thread,’ Plus Reviews of ‘The Good Place’ and ‘The Walking Dead’ (Ep. 198)
3265
Oct 27, 2017
Inside the Mind of 'Mindhunter' Star Jonathan Groff (Ep. 197)
2751
Oct 23, 2017
Exploring ‘The Deuce’ and Double Down Book Club Selection ‘Sweet Forever’ With Joe House (Ep. 196)
3538
Oct 20, 2017
Breaking Down ‘Mindhunter’ and the ‘Black Panther’ Trailer (Ep. 195)
2496
Oct 16, 2017
Talking 'Blade Runner 2049' and 'Mr. Robot' With Sam Esmail (Ep. 194)
3951
Oct 12, 2017
New Trailers for ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’, ‘Justice League,’ and Stephen King’s ‘Castle Rock’ Are Here (Ep. 193)
3230
Oct 10, 2017
Rob Huebel Knows Where the Bodies Are Buried (Ep. 192)
3567
Oct 06, 2017
Jeff Garlin Describes the Making of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ (Ep. 191)
3321
Oct 02, 2017
Amy Landecker and the Critical Reception of 'Transparent' (Ep. 190)
2683
Sep 30, 2017
Starring Jason Mantzoukas and Nick Kroll (Ep. 189)
3656
Sep 28, 2017
Opening Up the Mailbag (Ep. 188)
2704
Sep 25, 2017
Back on the Road With Brandon Flowers and Ronnie Vannucci Jr. of the Killers (Ep. 187)
2835
Sep 21, 2017
Emmy Winners (and Losers) With Mike Schur, Amanda Dobbins, and Alison Herman (Ep. 186)
4729
Sep 18, 2017
What Spotify’s Rap Caviar Says About the Music Industry; Spoon's Britt Daniel Returns to Form (Ep. 185)
3603
Sep 14, 2017
Processing a Monster Opening Weekend for 'It' and Amazon’s Recent Shift (Ep. 184)
2662
Sep 11, 2017
‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ Loses Its Director, ‘Narcos’ Returns, ‘Twin Peaks’ Ends, and Elisabeth Moss Talks ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ (Ep. 183)
4505
Sep 07, 2017
'You’re the Worst' Star Aya Cash on Her Complicated Relationship With L.A. and Branching Out Within the Industry (Ep. 182)
3334
Sep 04, 2017
George Pelecanos, Cocreator of 'The Deuce,' on Capturing the Grittiness of New York in the '70s (Ep. 181)
2784
Aug 31, 2017
Dissecting the 'Game of Thrones' Season Finale With Binge Mode Cohosts Jason Concepcion and Mallory Rubin (Ep. 180)
3338
Aug 28, 2017
DC’s New Joker Origin Story, 'Logan Lucky,' and Showtime CEO David Nevins on 'Twin Peaks' (Ep. 179)
3454
Aug 24, 2017
Critiquing 'Game of Thrones' and Previewing the Fall TV Season (Ep. 178)
3101
Aug 21, 2017
David Wain on Making the ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Franchise (Ep. 177)
2598
Aug 17, 2017
Unpacking 'Game of Thrones' and Shonda Rhimes Leaves ABC for Netflix, With Guest Adam Granduciel of the War on Drugs (Ep. 176)
3577
Aug 14, 2017
The Future of Streaming Television and Celebrating ‘Ozark’ and ‘Insecure’ (Ep. 175)
2494
Aug 10, 2017
'Game of Thrones,' and Mark Duplass on ‘Room 104’ and Collaboration (Ep. 174)
3702
Aug 07, 2017
‘Narcos’ Season 3 Preview, Plus ‘Glow’ Creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch on Writing for TV As Playwrights (Ep. 173)
3470
Aug 03, 2017
‘Game of Thrones’ and Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee on Making Music and Living in Philly (Ep. 172)
3708
Jul 31, 2017
'Atomic Blonde,' Kathryn Bigelow, 'Ozark,' 'True Detective' Season 3, and Netflix’s Unfair Advantage With Millennials (Ep. 171)
3649
Jul 27, 2017
'Game of Thrones,' Comic-Con Trailers, and 'Dunkirk,' Plus Matthew Lillard on 'Twin Peaks' and Working in Hollywood (Ep. 170)
4786
Jul 24, 2017
Dunkirk,' Benioff and Weiss’s Next Project, and Revisiting 'Twin Peaks' and 'Glow' (Ep. 169)
3102
Jul 20, 2017
'Game of Thrones' Returns and Disney Unveils a New 'Star Wars' Resort (Ep. 168)
3500
Jul 17, 2017
Previewing the 'Thrones' Premiere (Ep. 167)
3122
Jul 13, 2017
'Spider-Man Homecoming,’ and Bill Simmons Chimes in on the Great ‘Baby Driver’ Debate and the Legacy of ‘The Sopranos’ (Ep. 166)
3472
Jul 10, 2017
The Great ‘Baby Driver’ Debate With Jason Mantzoukas, Plus Andy Samberg (Ep. 165)
3708
Jul 07, 2017
BBQ Music and Don Winslow on 'The Force' (Ep. 164)
2516
Jul 03, 2017
Setting Expectations for Jay-Z’s '4:44,' ABC’s 'Inhumans,' and the Second Season of 'Preacher' (Ep. 163)
2721
Jun 29, 2017
What's Next for the Han Solo Movie, T.J. Miller's Departure From 'Silicon Valley,' Plus 'Twin Peaks' and 'GLOW' (Ep. 162)
3420
Jun 26, 2017
The Han Solo 'Star Wars' Movie Situation, Fargo’s Finale, and What Good Bad Movies Would Get Made in 2017 (Ep. 161)
4296
Jun 22, 2017
The 25 Best Movies of the Century So Far and Lorde’s 'Melodrama' (Ep. 160)
3349
Jun 19, 2017
The Ringer Recommends Pt. 2 (Ep. 159)
2192
Jun 15, 2017
Black Panther, Netflix, FX, and the State of Peak TV (Ep. 158)
3060
Jun 12, 2017
'American Gods,' 'Twin Peaks,' 'The Americans,' and Other Shows You Should Be Watching (Ep. 157)
2486
Jun 09, 2017
Wonder Woman' and the Success of Comic Book Movies, 'The Leftovers' series finale, and the Current State of Tom Cruise (Ep. 156)
3032
Jun 06, 2017
Big IP Fails at the Box Office and Damon Lindelof Talks 'Twin Peaks' and the End of 'The Leftovers' (Ep. 155)
3590
Jun 01, 2017
Book Club — 'Annihilation' (Ep. 154)
2596
May 29, 2017
Lizzy Goodman on the Rebirth of Rock ’n’ Roll in New York City From 2001 to 2011 (Ep. 153)
4383
May 25, 2017
'Twin Peaks,' 'Alien Covenant,' and the Highs and Lows of IP (Ep. 152)
3239
May 22, 2017
The Networks Aim to Make TV Great Again, and Previewing 'Twin Peaks' (Ep. 151)
2694
May 18, 2017
'Master of None,' 'Catastrophe,' and 'The Leftovers' Are Brought to You by the Pre-pajama Mafia (Ep. 150)
3145
May 15, 2017
David Mandel Talks 'Veep,' 'Curb,' and 'Seinfeld' (Ep. 149)
3323
May 11, 2017
Welcome to Dystopia: 'Blade Runner 2049,' 'Handmaid’s Tale,' and 'American Gods' (Ep. 148)
3036
May 08, 2017
Greg Dulli and the Afghan Whigs Are Back (Ep. 147)
3288
May 04, 2017
Timothy Simons of 'Veep' on Politics, 'The Leftovers' and Hangin' With McConaughey (Ep. 146)
3725
May 01, 2017
‘Fargo’ and the Prestige-TV Debate & Justin Simien of ‘Dear White People’ (Ep. 145)
3103
Apr 27, 2017
Damon Lindelof Discusses ‘The Leftovers’ (144)
4438
Apr 24, 2017
'Fargo' and 'Veep' Return (Ep. 143)
3311
Apr 20, 2017
'The Last Jedi,' the End of 'Girls,' and the Final Season of 'The Leftovers' (Ep. 142)
3462
Apr 17, 2017
The Ringer Recommends (Ep. 141)
3062
Apr 14, 2017
Thor: Ragnarok' Starring "Cake" Blanchett (Ep. 140)
2805
Apr 10, 2017
Mailbag 2.0 (Ep. 139)
2464
Apr 06, 2017
'Big Little Lies' Finale and a Conversation With TV Writer Mike Levin (Ep. 138)
3656
Apr 03, 2017
Jason Mantzoukas Loves 'Legion,' David Milch, and 'True Detective' (Ep. 137)
3555
Mar 30, 2017
What Does 'Justice League' Have in Common With Radiohead’s 'OK Computer'? (Ep. 136)
2797
Mar 27, 2017
The Return of Dave Chappelle (Ep. 135)
2162
Mar 23, 2017
Ep. 134: Drake’s ‘More Life’, Amazon Pilot Season, and Other Upcoming TV and Film Projects
2840
Mar 20, 2017
Ep. 133: Interview With Noah Hawley of 'Legion' and 'Fargo'
2984
Mar 16, 2017
Ep. 132: Book Club — 'Zoo Station'
2285
Mar 14, 2017
Ep. 131: Live From SXSW
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Mar 13, 2017
Ep. 130: Interview With Gareth David of Los Campesinos!
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Mar 09, 2017
Ep. 129: ‘Logan,’ ‘The Good Fight,’ ‘Billions,’ and ‘Big Little Lies’
2616
Mar 06, 2017
Ep. 128: 'Get Out,' 'Logan,' and Other Movies With K. Austin Collins
2819
Mar 02, 2017
Ep. 127: Full Interview With Lena Dunham of 'Girls'
3317
Mar 01, 2017
Ep. 126: Lena Dunham on 'Girls' Episode "American Bitch"
1076
Feb 27, 2017
Ep. 125: The Oscars' Surprise Ending
2184
Feb 27, 2017
Ep. 124: Guide to the Oscars
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Feb 23, 2017
Ep. 123: ‘The Young Pope,’ the TV Championship Belt, ‘Big Little Lies,’ and ‘Crashing’
2673
Feb 20, 2017
Ep. 122: Interview With ‘One Day at a Time’ Showrunners Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce
3110
Feb 16, 2017
Ep. 121: The Grammy Awards, 'Legion,' and 'Girls'
2524
Feb 13, 2017
Ep. 120: Looking at Pop Culture Through the Political Prism WIth Chuck Klosterman
3874
Feb 09, 2017
Ep. 119: The Super Bowl Commercials, Lady Gaga’s Halftime Performance, ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2, and ‘24 Legacy’
2891
Feb 06, 2017
Ep. 118: ‘The Crown,’ ‘Riverdale,’ ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ and Letters From Taboo Island
3018
Feb 02, 2017
Ep. 117: SAG Awards, 'Split,’ ‘The Young Pope,’ and ‘3 Mics’
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Jan 30, 2017
Ep. 116: The Mailbag Episode
3548
Jan 27, 2017
Ep. 115: The New ‘Star Wars’ Title, ‘The Good Place,’ ‘The Young Pope,’ and ‘Homeland’
2446
Jan 23, 2017
Ep. 114: ‘The OA,’ Who Won the Week, the New ‘Logan’ Trailer, and ‘Taboo’
2743
Jan 20, 2017
Ep. 113: The Television Critics Association Press Tour, Awarding the Television Championship Belt, ‘Sneaky Pete,’ and The XX’s New Album
3045
Jan 16, 2017
Ep. 112: ‘The Young Pope,’ ‘Taboo,’ and ‘One Day at a Time’
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Jan 13, 2017
Ep. 111: The Golden Globes After-Party With Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins
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Jan 09, 2017
Ep. 110: ‘Coachella,’ ‘The Golden Globes,’ and ‘Homeland’
2858
Jan 06, 2017
Ep. 109: ‘The OA’, ‘La La Land’, and ‘20th Century Women’
2938
Jan 03, 2017
Ep. 108: The Wall of 2016
2427
Dec 22, 2016
Ep. 107: Rogue One Recap
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Dec 20, 2016
Ep. 106: The Year in TV With ‘Mr. Robot’ Creator Sam Esmail
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Dec 16, 2016
Ep. 105: The Year in Music
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Dec 12, 2016
Ep. 104: ‘Rogue One’ and ‘Black Mirror’ Re-up
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Dec 09, 2016
Ep 103: 'Westworld' Finale
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Dec 05, 2016
Ep 102: ‘Gilmore Girls,’ ‘Hell Hath No Fury’ Turns 10, and The Weeknd’s ‘Starboy’ Re-up
2535
Dec 02, 2016
Ep. 101: 'Nocturnal Animals,' 'Search Party,' and What's Next for 'Westworld'?
2521
Nov 28, 2016
Ep. 100: ‘Westworld’ Theories and Casey Affleck’s New Film, ‘Manchester by the Sea’
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Nov 21, 2016
Ep. 99: The Current State of Movies
3149
Nov 17, 2016
Ep. 98: 'The Andy Greenwald Podcast' With Stephen Falk
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Nov 17, 2016
Ep. 97: A Tribe Called Quest, Dave Chappelle on ‘SNL,' Kanye's Saint Pablo Tour, and 'Westworld'
3256
Nov 15, 2016
Ep. 96: Post-Election Re-up
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Nov 10, 2016
Ep. 95: 'Doctor Strange,' 'Westworld,' and the 'Black Mirror' Episode "San Junipero"
2888
Nov 07, 2016
Ep. 94: All Things FX Re-up With Nick Grad
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