Host Hilliard Guess chats with screenwriter-director Abi Damaris Corbin & co-screenwriter Kwame Kwei-Armah about their recent film Breaking, whose title resonates in more ways than one.
Host Andra Whipple speaks with Wednesday creators-showrunners Alfred Gough & Miles Millar (Smallville, The Shannara Chronicles) about their Netflix’s Addams Family spinoff comedy -mystery series, creative process, and more.
All Things Must Come to an End: Host David Radcliff talks with Better Call Saul writers-EPs Gordon Smith and Alison Tatlock about the final season of AMC’s acclaimed, award-winning series.
Home for the Holidays: Host Susie Singer Carter chats with filmmaker Charles Shyer (Father of the Bride, Baby Boom) about co-writing and directing Netflix’s holiday romantic drama The Noel Diary, his career, and more.
Host Aaron Fullerton speaks with From Scratch creators-writers-sisters Attica & Tembi Locke about their Netflix limited series, based on Tembi’s memoir about finding love and home in Sicily.
Be Kind Rewind: Host Andra Whipple chats with Blockbuster creator-showrunner Vanessa Ramos (Superstore, Kenan) about her new Netflix comedy series and more.
To salute Veterans Day, hosts Steve Trautmann and Ken Pisani speak with veteran writers Brian Anthony (Station 19), Megan Ferrell Burke (Outlander), and Jalysa Conway (9-1-1: Lone Star) about how their military experience informs their work and their collaboration on the new comic book anthology Soldier Stories.
Host Moon Zappa talks with Let the Right One In creator-showrunner Andrew Hinderaker (Away, Penny Dreadful) about adapting the Swedish horror film and novel with a fresh, diverse spin for Showtime’s new series.
Host Brian Gary talks with writer Carlton Cuse (Jack Ryan, Locke & Key) about co-developing the AppleTV+ drama series Five Days at Memorial, chronicling the impact of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath at a local hospital.
Host Hilliard Guess talks with screenwriter Dana Stevens (Fatherhood, Safe Haven) about the historical epic The Woman King and more.
Host Brian Gary speaks with veteran filmmaker Walter Hill (48 Hours, The Warriors) about writing and directing his latest film, the Western Dead for a Dollar, career, and more.
Host Monique Sorgen talks with creator-showrunner Greg Garcia (My Name is Earl, Raising Hope) about his Amazon Freevee comedy series Sprung and more.
Host Brian Gary speaks with writer Gary Goldstein (Forever Christmas, For Love & Honor) about his new Hallmark holiday movie, Lights, Camera, Christmas!, his latest novel, The Mother I Never Had, and pivoting from screenwriter to author.
Host Hilliard Guess talks with Reasonable Doubt creator-showrunner Raamla Mohamed (Scandal, Little Fires Everywhere) about her new Hulu legal drama series and more.
Host Susie Singer Carter speaks with screenwriter-director Rodrigo Garcia (Four Good Days, Last Days in the Desert), about his latest film, Raymond & Ray, a dramedy which explores how two half-brothers reunite to honor their father’s final wish.
Host Moon Zappa talks with screenwriter Steven Rogers (I, Tonya, Love the Coopers) about creating and writing Hulu’s limited series, Mike, chronicling the controversial life and career and heavyweight champion boxer Mike Tyson.
Host David Sheftell speaks with past WGAW President David A. Goodman (The Orville, Family Guy) about writing the dark comedy Honor Society and more.
Host Andra Whipple talks with The Resort co-showrunner-writer Allison Miller (Angelyne) about Peacock’s time-jumping, comedic mystery series and more.
Host Aaron Mendelsohn speaks with screenwriter Lucy Alibar (Troop Zero, Beasts of the Southern Wild) about her recent film Where the Crawdads Sing and more.
Host Andra Whipple speaks with screenwriter-director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson (Someone Great) about her latest movies, from Marvel superhero blockbuster Thor: Love and Thunder to Netflix dark comedy Do Revenge, and more.
Host Susie Singer Carter talks with writers Ben Lustig & Jake Thornton about smashing gender roles and fairytale tropes in their action-packed Hulu film The Princess.
Host David Sheftell speaks with Blood & Treasure co-creator-showrunner Matthew Federman (Limitless, Jericho) about Season Two of the action-adventure series streaming on Paramount+.
Host Monique Sorgen talks with Gordita Chronicles creators-showrunners Claudia Forestieri & Brigitte Muñoz-Liebowitz about their coming-of-age comedy series and more.
Host Brian Gary speaks with The Dropout showrunner-writer Liz Meriwether on how she drew fresh blood to chronicle the rise and fall of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes in Hulu’s docudrama limited series.