Jon Hamm is back, this time joining two different programs — "The Morning Show" and "Fargo" — as is the reboot of "Frasier," which brings star Kelsey Grammer back to Boston, where the character was introduced to us during the third season of "Cheers" nearly 40 years ago. There are also a number of reality series and game shows, another animated program on Fox that was in production well before the writers strike, foreign productions and remakes. Ultimately, it's a mixed bag that Bruce Miller runs through with his co-host Terry Lipshetz. The two also dive into favorite programs that 12-year-old Bruce and Terry liked to watch. Upcoming shows to watch with approximate dates: THE CHANGELING (AppleTV+ Sept. 8) — Based on Victor LaValle's bestseller, this creepy drama goes back and forth in time to tell the story of a family that may (or may not) have done the right thing. LaValle narrates; LaKeith Stanfield stars as man looking for wife and son in a not-too-friendly New York City. Twists and turns exist on every corner. THE WALKING DEAD: DARYL DIXON (AMC, Sept. 10) — Ready for another “Walking Dead” series? This is the sixth and it focuses on Norman Reedus' character, Daryl. He washes ashore in France, but doesn't know how he got there. Working his way back home, he encounters people who could make his goal more than a little difficult. Clemence Poesy, Adam Nagaitis co-star. THE SWARM (The CW, Sept. 12) — With U.S. production companies on hold until the strikes are over, networks are looking elsewhere for content. This German production looks at what happens when humans have to battle some underwater force that's determined to take over. It's based on Frank Schatzing's bestselling novel. THE MORNING SHOW (AppleTV+, Sept. 13) — Jon Hamm joins the ensemble cast that inclues Jennifer Aniston and Reese WItherspoon for the third season of the show that follows a morning network news program. THE OTHER BLACK GIRL (Hulu, Sept. 13) — An editorial assistant (played by Sinclair Daniel) has trouble navigating the waters as the only Black employee at her company. When another is hired, she discovers something wicked this way comes. Ashleigh Murray, Eric McCormack co-star. WRESTLERS (Netflix, Sept. 13) — If you loved “Cheer,” you'll probably find plenty to applaud in this docu-series. Following members of the Ohio Valley wrestling team in Louisville, Kentucky, the seven-part venture shows how the gym produced big names (John Cena, Dave Bautista among them) but now struggles to keep the doors open. BUDDY GAMES (CBS, Sept. 14) — Josh Duhamel turned his real-life vacations into a film (also called “Buddy Games”) and now interprets it as a competition series. Six teams of friends compete in a series of games designed to see who's best. WILDERNESS (Amazon Prime Video, Sept. 15) — When Liv learns her husband has been having an affair, she agrees to a road trip that could repair their relationship. Unfortunately, plenty happens that makes her question the move. Jenna Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen play the couple. NEIGHBOURS (Amazon Freevee, Sept. 18) — The Australian soap (which ran for decades) ended in 2022 but that didn't stop the antics from continuing. Reviving the ventures on Ramsay Street, this edition picks up two years after the finale. Mischa Barton is among the new residents. THE SUPER MODELS (AppleTV+, Sept. 20) — They aren't just on the cover of Vogue. Supermodels Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista are the subjects of this four-part documentary about their hold on the world of modeling. THE CONTINENTAL: FROM THE WORLD OF JOHN WICK (Peacock, Sept. 22) — How did that hotel become a hotbed for assassins? That's the focus of this drama set in the John Wick universe. Winston Scott (Colin Woodell) serves as the tour guide through the hotels he later comes to own. Ian McShane, you may remember, plays the character in the “John Wick” movies. Also in the cast: Mel Gibson as the man who runs the New York Continental in the 1970s. STILL UP (AppleTV+, Sept. 22) — Can't sleep? Don't worry. There's a whole world that exists after most people go to bed. Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts play two who bond over the phone. KRAPOPOLIS (Fox, Sept. 24) — Hannah Waddingham turns in her “Ted Lasso” wardrobe for a shot at life as the goddess of self-destruction. With her family of humans, gods and monsters (it's set in Ancient Greece), she's forced to answer to her son, Tyrannis, the benevolent king of Krapopolis. Created by Dan Harmon, the animated venture brings to life all sorts of mythological characters. THE IRRATIONAL (NBC, Sept. 25) — Jesse L. Martin plays a professor of behavioral science who agrees to handle high-level government cases. Based on Dan Ariely's book, “Predictably Irrational,” it gives Martin another shot at crime-solving. LOVE IN FAIRHOPE (Sept. 27, Hulu) — What goes on in a small Alabama town? Get the cameras. This docuseries looks at five generations in Fairhope. Reese Witherspoon is an executive producer. THE GOLDEN BACHELOR (Sept. 28, ABC) — Old guys get their moment. Gerry Turner, a 71-year-old widower, gets to play the game, roses and all. Jesse Palmer hosts. GEN V (Sept. 29, Amazon Prime Video) — Just when you thought superheroes were in trouble (thank you, “The Boys”), the franchise expands to college where kids with super powers have to decide what team they're on. Expect a lot of flipflopping. FOUND (Oct. 3, NBC) — More than 600,000 people go missing each year. A public relations whiz and her team try to figure out why. Shanola Hampton, Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Kelli Williams star. THE SPENCER SISTERS (Oct. 4, The CW) — A mom and daughter (who are mistakenly viewed as sisters) solve mysteries. Lea Thompson and Stacey Farber star. Imported from Canada. SULLIVAN'S CROSSING (Oct. 4, The CW) — Maggie Sullivan, a neurosurgeon, moves home and reunites with her dad. Chad Michael Murray, Morgan Kohan and Scott Patterson star. Another Canadian import. THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER (Oct. 12, Netflix) — Edgar Allan Poe's work is updated and given a pharmaceutical spin. Bruce Greenwood, Mary McDonnell, Carla Gugino and Mark Hamill are in the house. HOUSE OF VILLAINS (Oct. 12, E! And other related channels) — Reality show villains compete for $200,000 and the title “America's Ultimate Supervillain.” No wonder there was so much trouble last year on “Vanderpump Rules.” FRASIER (Oct. 12, Paramount+) — That head shrinker (played by Kelsey Grammer) tosses the salad again and moves back to Boston (which means no Niles). There he deals with other family members, Lilith and Roz. LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY (Oct. 13, AppleTV+) — The page turner that became a 2022 bestseller is adapted for television. Brie Larson stars as a scientist who hosts a TV show when she's dumped from the university that could have ridden her coattails to the top. Lewis Pullman, Patrick Walker and Aja Naomi King also star. LIVING FOR THE DEAD (Oct. 18, Hulu) — Five gay ghost hunters go across the country looking for ghosts in order to help survivors. They go to noted haunted locations and play their own “Queer Eye” games. It's narrated by Kristen Stewart. FELLOW TRAVELERS (Oct. 27, Paramount+) — Two men attempt a relationship during the 20th century, when Joseph McCarthy and Roy Cohn declared war on “subversives and sexual deviants.” The thriller stars Jonathan Bailey and Matt Bomer. LOVE ISLAND GAMES (Nov. 1, Peacock) — Another “Love Island” competition. ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE (Nov. 2, Netflix) — This four-part series looks at blind girl and her father who flee German-occupied Paris with a diamond that could fall into the hands of Nazis. Louis Hofmann, Aria Mia Loberti and Mark Ruffalo star. THE BUCCANEERS (Nov. 8, AppleTV+) — A group of American girls in the 1870s look for husbands in London. It's inspired by Edith Wharton's unfinished novel. A MURDER AT THE END OF THE WORLD (Nov. 14, FX) — Murder, they wrote. A billionaire invites a Gen Z sleuth and tech-savvy hacker and other guests to a retreat. When one winds up dead, the others go on the hunt. Emma Corrin, Joan Chen, Raul Esparza star. SCOTT PILGRIM TAKES OFF (Nov. 17, Netflix) — “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” didn't work when it was first released but then became a cult fave. In this animated adaptation Scott must take on the exes of a girl he loves. Many of the original cast members return to bring the story to life. BOOKIE (November, Max) — A bookie tries to make it in a world of legalized sports gambling in Los Angeles. MONARCH: LEGACY OF MONSTERS (November, AppleTV+) — Monsters thrive in this sci-fi drama from the folks behind the recent “Godzilla” films. Kurt Russell and son Wyatt star. FARAWAY DOWNS (November, Hulu) — Baz Luhrmann's film “Australia” is augmented with unused footage and a new ending. Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman still star. FARGO (Nov. 21, FX) — In season five, its 2019 in Minnesota and North Dakota. A Midwestern housewife (Juno Temple) is thrust into a life she thought she had left behind. On her trail: A sheriff (Jon Hamm) who sees himself as the law and above the law. Contact us! We want to hear from you! Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll answer your question on a future episode! About the show Streamed & Screened is a podcast about movies and TV hosted by Bruce Miller, a longtime entertainment reporter who is now the editor of the Sioux City Journal in Iowa and Terry Lipshetz, a senior producer for Lee Enterprises based in Madison, Wisconsin. Episode transcript Note: The following transcript was created by Adobe Premiere and may contain misspellings and other inaccuracies as it was generated automatically: Welcome everyone to another episode of Streamed & Screened an entertainment podcast about movies and TV from Lee Enterprises. I'm Terry Lipshetz, a senior producer at Lee and co-host of the program with Bruce Miller, editor of the Sioux City Journal and longtime entertainment reporter. Bruce, it's still like 90 degrees outside all over this country, but it's we're getting ready for fall the fall season. Time to break up the leaves, the pumpkin spice time. Oh, yeah. Pumpkin, I hate pumpkin spice. Oh, don't I? I hate it. Yeah, I'm with that. I just. We're throwing that out there. But that's what they sell this time of year is was the time of year that 12 year old Bruce would be making a list of all the new TV shows, making sure he got the TV guide that had all of the features about all of them planning and and trying to make sure that the fall TV's schedule was going to be perfect for the next year. Well, now, old Bruce says, is there even a fall TV season anymore? Because we've got two strikes going on and most of the broadcast networks are not introducing any new series because they want to save them in case they need them for content, for next year. So it's it's kind of a mixed bag, I got to tell you. But I do have some conclusions that I've drawn from looking at all of their like, maybe 30 some 40 shows that they've got on the books. Jon Hamm is the king of fall TV. Is Jon Amis in the new season of the morning show on Apple TV? And he is the lead character in the new version of Fargo. Oh, Fargo's back. You're going to get a double ham. Oh, I have a ham sandwich, if you will. Now it's his cup, but yeah, he's pretty big. And then another thing I noticed was there are a lot of series coming from other countries. The swarm. Are you familiar with this swarm? No. No, I don't think so. That bee film that I think was it Michael Caine was in or on or one of those ones way back in the old days. No, it's about water over the swarm of something under the water. That is going to really bell against the humans that are not keeping the water clean. It's based on a best seller from Germany, and it was a huge international production. They spent more money than Germany has ever spent on a series, and it's a cast of people from just about every country you can find. So part of it's set in Vancouver, part of it said in Germany, part of it's in Peru. It's all over and it's going to be on the CW. So that's that's coming up this next week. It's one of the first ones that will premiere. And I got to tell you, I think what they've done is they edited some of the R-rated content for broadcast networks because there's a point where that you know, that they're saying a word that probably starts with four letters. Mm hmm. And they blur out the big lips and then the eye that stays overnight at some woman's house. And you see them walking through. But you don't know if he's naked, but it sure looks like he's naked and it looks like they re-edited it to cut it looked a little a little more presentable. So it's interesting. You don't get the real kind of jump, the thrill that you're looking for, the jaws kind of moment until the end of the first episode. And then you see that killer whales are out to get you out. So that's that's one of the first ones that you'll see. That's kind of fascinating. Is it in English? Yeah. Oh, they they wanted to make sure it was an international production. So they're all in English haltingly in some cases. But yeah, but it's all done in English. Neighbors is going to be on Amazon freebie and it's a revival of the Australian series was a soap opera that ran for decades. And then Canada is providing two things for the CW dispenser Sisters and Sullivan's Crossing, and those sounds suspiciously like series we've already seen on The CW. But they're back. Leah Thompson's in one of them, Chad. Michael Murray is on another one. They were, you know, popular in other times. So they're they're grabbing what they can find to provide content. And then you're seeing a lot of game shows of some sort or another. They're the golden bachelor. You've heard about that. I'm sure you've seen the ads for them. Oh, yeah. Yeah. The guy, he's 70 something who who's looking for love. And you think, Wow. Who is advertising during this show? Peacock has Love Island Games, which is another Love Island series. But they're playing games, so then they don't have to have a script or anything like that. And then a really fascinating one, I think, is about the villains from reality TV shows. Now, here's a way for them to get all those Vanderpump Rules people out and into another marketplace House of Villains. It's called in Joel McHale. McHale is hosting that. So those are the kinds of things you're seeing on those those networks. You see what I mean? Yeah, we don't have writers. Yeah. So we're going to do whatever we can there will, or we're going to call it a documentary. That's another kind of a way of dealing with things. Fox has crap Apple is crap. Apple is this is a man and saw that. Yeah. They put into production quite a bit ago and it's about Greek gods and how they sit around and complain a lot. Hannah Waddingham from Ted Lasso is one of the voices. So, yeah, you know, that's an interesting thing. The boys, if you know the boys from Amazon. They have a spinoff called Gen B and it's a new a new era of super heroes, super villains. It's much like the X-Men where they go to school to learn how to be. What kind of superhero are you going to be? And, you know, okay, we'll see what happens. NBC has a couple of series that are real series. The Irrational, starring Jesse Martin, who is on Law and Order. It has him doing more kind of looking into cases and stuff. But the one that I thought was kind of interesting was called Found. And it's about a group of people looking for missing people. One who leads the team was missing herself at one point. And so they try to figure out where is all of this Mark-Paul gosselaar from NYPD Blue. And then, of course, you know, saved by the Bell is one of the people looking for help. And now what movies have sponsored some kind of content in some fashion. John Wick is coming to television as a prequel. It's called The Continental, and it's about the character that Ian McShane played and how he became like the head of the New York Hotel. If that makes anything that Scott Pilgrim saves the world has given birth to. Scott Pilgrim takes off. And this is an animated version of Scott Pilgrim versus the rest of the world or whomever or whatever it was. And then documentaries. Do you remember cheer? Did you watch Cheer at all on Netflix? I know. I know it. I. It's about maybe an episode or two. It wasn't something that really captured. It's not for me kind of thing. It's about a college cheer team. And it was all right. Was it Louisville? Was Texas or Texas? Yeah. They did two seasons of this. It was quite well-received. It won the Emmy for best Documentary series. But now those people have done their own version of another look at people. And it's called wrestlers. And it's about this place where they train basically all star wrestlers. John Cena was trained at this place. The Miz was trained at this place. And so it's done like it's a documentary and it's done, I think, pretty well for the circumstances and what the situation was. The people behind Cheer really know how to get in there and tell stories with with a crowd. And then there are some kind of fascinating ones. The one I'm most looking forward to is lessons in chemistry. And I don't know if you've heard of this book, Lessons in Chemistry is was a bestseller was Barnes Noble's favorite book of the last year and it's about a woman in the fifties who is a scientist and wants to really push that career. And of course, there are men that are keeping her from moving up in that world. So she creates a TV show, a cooking show that uses science to help her through everything, and then talk to the audience about this. And then you see her story play out. The book is wonderful. If you ever get a chance to read the book, please do, because it's fascinating. Brie Larson stars in that and Bill Pullman son is in it as well. So there are some good things in there that you might want to take note of. Another one to look for is fellow travelers with Matt Bomer, and it's set during the time of Roy Cohn and all of that kind of and Joe McCarthy when they were out to get a lot of people. Well, these are two two gentlemen in the government service who are trying to hold a relationship, if you will, a gay relationship during a time when they've been targeted by their own government. And so it's kind of fascinating how they will bring in real history and then comment on it from another another perspective. Okay. I'm Josh Duhamel. Did a movie called Buddy Games, and it was about how these friends kind of did goofy games out in the open during a weekend. Well, guess what? Now, you two can be part of the buddy games. And so they're creating teams of people to compete with one another, to be the best buddy game players. What would a buddy game entail? Well, it'd be like stupid things. It's very much not unlike Survivor. Okay. But it might be like, I don't know, pushing a a beer egg somewhere around the outside, you know? I mean, just dumb kind of dumb for sure. That's what it is. That's when you get a bunch of guys together and there might be alcohol involved. And it definitely is. And the airing each other, they're just daring each other to do whatever. If you were a were you a fan of Walking Dead? No, I it's one of those that just I wanted to watch it and I just never got into it. Well, guess what? Now you can start it again because it be doing the it kind of a spinoff series, if you will, called The Walking Dead. Daryl Dixon and this is Norman Reedus is character. And so then they focus on Yemen and finds how he works his way back home. So that's interesting. Hulu has the other black girl. It's about the only black employee at an editorial company. And then another black woman comes in to the company and how they both discover that there are some maybe not so aboveboard things happening at their company. Wilderness This is from Amazon Prime. Okay. A couple story about a husband and wife who go on a road trip. Now, does this sound now or it's just like you write going on vacation? Yep. He discovers that he has been fooling around. Now, now we've. We've lost your right. And maybe she's. She's thinking he might want to get rid of her on this trip and get rid of her, not just leave her at a rest area. No, it's like where suddenly she falls off a cliff. No accident. Oh, no. What happened here? So that could be fascinating, but I don't know how it would last more than a year. You know, at what point does divorce come into this? I think that would be great. Let's take another side. Let's take another summer vacation, honey. After the first time fails again, and this time we're going to be locking all the doors in the car and turning on the the the car in the garage. This could be fun. Supermodels. It's a documentary about the four big supermodels. Do you know who the four are like of all time? Like Christie Brinkley. And it's true. Brinkley is not one of them. Kathy Ireland. Elle. Oh, boy. Elle MacPherson. No, Come on. There's one that you are, of course, with Kate Upton. No, I don't know. Mary. Cindy Crawford. Oh, we're going back in time. Well, yeah, because this is like, all time, right? I mean, you know, I'm not bringing out Carol Meryl from Let's make a Deal. But there you go. Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell. And it's a documentary about how they became these supermodels. It wasn't just they weren't just, you know, model models. They were the real thing. Can you sleep at night? And I know I'm an insomniac. Then you will love. Still up. It's at sleep at night. And they meet and bond over the phone. They talk about what's keeping them up at night. So who knows? Love Bear. Hope this is a Hulu series. That's a reality show, or as they call it, a docu series that shows you what life is like in hope and how kind of deeper is deeper than you think. There's more going on in that town than you think. You know, last night I watched Roger and me. You remember Roger and me? Yeah. I'm trying to think if I. I know the I know it, but I. Michael Moore did a documentary about Flint, Michigan, and how that town. Yep. Yep. Falling apart at the seams. Right. You need to go back and find out what happened. And they got the water cleaned up in Flint. But it was. It's very fascinating how he kind of kicked off a lot of this by just showing people doing whatever or talking to people about things that, you know, you never really realized. You never if you didn't put one and one together, you wouldn't get the answer that you're looking for. Now, you can see if you look back at Roger and me, how he has goosed the story a bit and how. Yeah, like trying to get the reaction he got. But that's what we're seeing with these reality shows. That's why something like Vanderpump Rules has this kind of. Well, let's just throw a little gasoline on this fire and see what happens. And that's what they do with these reality shows, is try to get a reaction out of somebody that maybe, you know, we didn't see it before or after. Okay. The fall of the House of Usher. Do you remember that Edgar Allan Poe story? I think I remember seeing it as a movie in the sixties with, like, Vincent Price. Okay. All the House of Usher. Well, they've taken because, of course, when you have this copy, it's free, right? Sure. Yeah. Anything that's already out of its copyright. Instead, it in the pharmaceutical industry and shows how this is how they're going to bring it down for the House of Usher. That's going to work. And that'll start in October. Frazier. Frazier is coming back. Yeah, Yeah, I saw that. Now I've got a question about that. But go ahead and set it up. Well, Frazier moves. Frazier is not going to be on the West Coast. He's going back to Boston. And very as he doesn't have, Niles isn't with him anymore. But he does get Lilith in there and he does have Roz visiting him. And then he also has a son in there. If you may remember, they had a son. Right. And he becomes a player in the whole story, too. And there are some touchstones when you look at it, you'll say, Oh, yeah, I remember that from Frasier, but it's Kelsey Grammer. Kelsey just decided to reboot the thing that's on Paramount Plus. So here's I saw a trailer for it about a week or so ago, and in one of the scenes, it shows Frasier kind of like hanging out at a bar. And it wasn't Cheers. So he appears just kind of the odd thing. Like obviously, Frasier, it's a spinoff of Cheers. And obviously during Frasier, there were a few moments where some of the main characters made appearances on Frasier because they went out to visit or Frasier went back to Boston. I can't remember all the the episodes, but I kind of found it odd that he wasn't hanging out at Cheers in the clip that I saw. Like, what happened to Cheers? You know, it's like, number one, did he go out of business? And that's why he's going to another bar or, you know, what happened to those characters? Because it just seems odd to me. If I used to hang out at a bar every day for how long was Cheers on? Like eight years. Nine years, Something like that? Yeah. So. So now he goes back to Boston. He doesn't go back to that bar anymore. So now I've got all these questions Running through my head is like, what happened to the Cheers bar? Maybe it was bought out by a corporation. That's right. Applebee's. You never know if it's an Applebee's now. Right. I have a fascinating one. I don't know. You know, there weren't a lot of names with it that were from the original series, so I don't know how well a will do when you just have a character and then you reboot it. But if some of the other ones are signing on, you know, they must think it's it's something. I feel like with that one you have to somehow address. Cheers. Or else it's just going to be weird to be back in the same city. I believe they do. I think you're good. Yeah. Okay. I don't want to say too much. Yeah, but, you know, the door is always open. Yeah. Like, I mean, you know, we know. I mean, obviously, Kirstie Alley died, so, you know, that's obviously something that can't be part of it, but. But Ted Danson is alive and obviously he could he could be retired old man in the show. And if that's what it is, and he does a cameo and he sold the bar and now it's an Applebee's, then I'm back. Yep. You know, but Lilith is coming back, so you will see her and you will see Roz. Those are two who have signed on for multiple episodes. So there's something there. But I. You know, willow work. I like the relationship between Niles and Frasier. I thought that was a real kind of cool thing, where it's like yin and yang. But we'll see. How about living for the dead? Living for the Dead is on Hulu, and it's a reality show where they go ghost hunting. Now, the ghost hunters are gay people, so it could be queer Eye for the Dead Guy. Oh, man. Yeah, we're really. Kristen Stewart is the narrator of this. And you know her Twilight. So we'll see what what happens, I guess. I'm not Belgian for these things. I'm just telling you what there is. Netflix also has a mini series or a limited series called All the Way We Cannot See. It's about a blind girl and her father who try to get a diamond out of Nazi occupied Paris during World War Two. Interesting. Yeah. Hallmark Oh is in it. But there are people that you don't know who have the starring roles. The Buccaneers. This is like, if you like. Weren't you a big old Bridgerton kind of fan? Yeah. Yeah, that in the 1870s. It's based on Edith Wharton's unfinished novel. And you know that they're going to have like Madonna singing. That's how they they roll. Right. Yeah. A Murder at the End of the World. This is on effects again, another limited series, very much like the Glass Onion, those kind of things where people are all gathered. Yeah. Guess what? One of them's dead. Who did the thing? You know, and it has a pretty, pretty star laden cast. But I think that's because it's just a, you know, a short run. It's not like suddenly we get another another whatever bookie. Bookie is coming out on Max. And this is about a bookie trying to make it in Los Angeles after they've legalized gambling, sports gambling. So it could be. Is that a is this a reality or. That's a the series series. Okay. It's a, you know, fictional. Yeah, but we'll see what happens. Do you remember the how man on HBO years and years ago? They did. It was like a horse racing, but then all the horses kept dying on set. Yeah, it's very I think it's similar. I think Monarch the legacy of Monsters now. And you know, you've got to sign up for, right? Yep. And these are, if you remember, Godzilla. He had all these kind of characters and everything. Yep. So they're bringing all those characters into play with this, and they've got Kurt Russell and his son Wyatt in the cast. Now, why would they do this? Why would they be in this kind of a show? But Monarch Legacy of Monsters coming on Apple TV. Plus the last thing I saw Kurt Russell in. Well, other than those weird Christmas movies are Santa Claus. Yeah, the there was a documentary. I can't remember what channel I saw it on, but Kurt Russell used to play baseball and his father owned a minor league. It was like the last independent triple-A baseball team in America. And it was a really fascinating. I don't remember what it's called offhand, but if you get a chance that that was probably the last thing I actually saw. Kurt Russell And other than those Christmas movies. Well, and he's you know, he had that big old beard that makes him look like Santa Claus. Right. But I you know, Kurt Russell is somebody who's ripe for a sit down where you say, oh, I got a lot of questions to ask you because I look at you as like Walt Disney's favorite kid, and he knew Walt Disney probably better than most people still alive today. And he could talk about that whole world and what it was like to be not necessarily a teen idol, but a teen actor, and then how he made the transition into really adult star. And then there's that whole thing with Goldie Hawn that we haven't unpacked, you know? And so there's a lot there that I would love to ask him about, but I don't know if, you know, he's open to that kind of stuff. He might be very guarded about his life, but he's going to be doing the Godzilla movie slash rings and then our last one that I have to put in the list is far away downs. Far away downs is a way of taking an old movie movie, finding the old footage that never got used and expanding it into a multi-part series. This is a Baz Luhrmann's Australia, and it starred Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman. And they're going to beef that sucker up and call it far away downs. Hmm. Now, that isn't that a concept? Yep. That's like all. What else do they save a lot of copy on? We're going to see this again. But that's a concept. So you see the reality shows that they're doing the they're doing we're adding in the old movies that are redone or re repurposed the foreign the foreign pickups. You know, it's all this stuff that you go, this is a season. I don't think it is. And they used to have slogans each. Now we're going to have its own slogan. I don't know is it everything old is new again. I don't know what it is here. Yeah, that's a word, basically. And it all starts this next week. The new series start rolling out and you will see them advertising. The stuff I did watch was it four episodes of The Morning Show? Okay. In a very big way, because they have an Elon Musk character. That's the Jon Hamm character who in the first episode is going to take somebody up in space and is maybe looking to buy the network. Interesting. So that gets back a little bit to the Apple TV, TV plus dilemma that I've talked about prior. So I actually just canceled Apple TV Plus, but I still have it for a month because it's you know, you cancel it and then you have X amount of time before it actually goes away. So I I'm finishing up a couple of things. The dilemma that I was in is that I watched about half of season two of morning show and then I stopped when I canceled it a year ago. And now I've got to decide, okay, I'm going to pick up the back end of season two and then maybe keep it going to watch all of season three. Or do I just put Apple TV Plus on ice for a little while? Go on to something else and then come back and knock through it? Is it good enough for me to stick around? So you got lessons in chemistry coming? Yeah. And then be in October and then I think you'll want to see that I watched one episode of that. Okay. Yeah, I was fascinated, but I could see I've read the book and I loved the book, and to see how it kind of transpired was interesting, but I'd stick with it, spend another then another six bucks, write something like a 99 plus tax event. Okay, seven. So, you know, you mentioned the slogans. The only one that I can think of, two that actually still applies is animation domination from Fox with crap awfulness. Oh, but there were a lot I wish I could tell you all of them, because I remember each network would have its own and they were. Oh yeah, ABC was the place to be. ABC. CBS had something to do with the eye. A lot of times are eyes on you or they, you know, they would do those kind of goofy things and then they'd have a song. And if you look back on YouTube, you'll see these old kind of premier video things where they do an episode of like, here's our new shows and we're going to introduce them with John Ritter and, you know, Gavin MacLeod. And then they would come out and sing and dance. Do you think how did they get those people to do that stuff? That must have been it's almost like indentured servitude, you know, But they're singing and dancing and wearing tuxedos and looking like they really love each other. And they probably hate each other with the animation stuff. With Fox, if I was maybe ten years younger, I might tune in to Crap Apple is, but I feel like the time is kind of passed. Or those. I mean, clearly they get the ratings to justify continuing. But I'm thinking about it. I was with The Simpsons from way back when it was on the Tracey Ullman Show. I watched every little short that was on Tracey Ullman. I watched every episode from season one and I watched every season from season one up until, uh, I want to say was maybe the 2016 2017 season. And then I moved from Wisconsin to to work down in Kentucky and I stopped. I haven't watched an episode of The Simpsons since, and it's very similar to even like Family Guy, like, I love Family Guy, but I don't know when the last time I watched a Family Guy episode and with The Simpsons in particular, it just feels like it's the same stories over and over and they just push it forward. Like there's one episode every year where it's about how Homer met Marge. There's another episode, obviously, of your Treehouse of Horror. You have to have a Christmas episode, you've got to have some episode, which is like, you know, some sort of Storytime Fairy tale thing. And it just feels like it's like, rinse and repeat over and over. We'll hire you to work on The Simpsons. I think, you know, the the formula and what I the thing that lured me in were all the signs in the background where I would have to watch and then you'd see that stuff and now I don't care. Is that so? Saying something about me. And I love The Simpsons. I do too. I don't know that I would. It's not appointment TV anymore and maybe be available. They've been on for what, like 30, 35 years now? It's 30 some years. And I knew when it first came out and I remember how kind of gruff the characters looked in the beginning. They were really not as as kind of smooth and, and Disney like and I don't know that they've really they've done anything with that because they're owned by Disney now who they always bit the hand of. They were always saying bad things about Disney and are they doing it now. I guess we'll have to watch and find it out. But they're they're probably not affected because by the strikes or anything, because they do everything a year in advance. So I think they're okay for now. But yeah, it'll it'll be interesting to see. At what point does it affect the following season with any of these animated shows? Because so then, you know, when we come around to next fall, instead of it being a 22 episode season, is it a 15 episode season? Right. Would they ever do a live action version of The Simpsons, do you think? I don't know. That's interesting. The sort of had one sort of, but I mean, where do you would, like cast it? Yeah, I do like because I think you could do it on stage really easily. You know, you'd be interesting, but I don't know if a movie version would work because you need some of those flights of fancy that they have. Yeah. So at the top of the show, you mentioned 12 year old Bruce getting excited for the fall season. What did 12 year old Bruce get excited for? What were your shows? Do you watch the 12? Oh, you know, I was a I was a huge Batman fan of the Batman with Adam West and Bird and I really thought it was a drama. I'll be honest with you. I did not see it as a comedy or campy thing. I thought, Oh my God, they yeah, this is just life or death. We've got to find out what happens with Batman and how he, Howie thwarts the Riddler. You know, when is a door not a door? I don't know, Batman. When is a door? Not a door when it's ajar, that kind of stuff. And I was like, Oh, that. So, so well-written. What I. What is this? But those are the things I hung clung to. And I was really good at kind of ruling the TV at that age. I don't know if you had your kids do this, but my dad would say, Well, now what time is? And then fill in the name of a show that I didn't want to watch. I think it's not on this week that it's not going to be on. We're going to have to watch this other show that I want. Like Gunsmoke was something I hated. I hated it. And I thought that was a vile series and that it can't be interrupted every week. They're not interrupting Gunsmoke. Every It's got to be on. I said, No, no Gunsmoke this week. It's not happening. Or rap patrol or combat. Those are ones. I hate it. I love the comedies, though. That was always my big thing. But yeah, and I would I would have all of the material, all the stuff you could think of. I have pictures of the set from the series of the stars. I you know, this is how crazy I am, okay? Because this will show you how part goes back. I have an autographed picture from Ed Sullivan now, who has an autographed picture of Ed Sullivan. Nobody, nobody would want this but 12 year old Bruce wanted a picture of Ed Sullivan and dammit, he got it. So there there you go. But yeah, so it was a big thing. And I don't know if you would, like highlight the TV guide like I did, but I would have it all marked up. And then I had to get a special version that would not be touched. Do not ask me where these things are. There's somewhere they got thrown. And that probably was when I went to college. My mother says, Get rid of all this crap or not having it in there. But I tracked this stuff just really intensely to make sure that I knew every little thing that was going on on TV. And those days, you could you could keep a handle on what was going on. The bad thing about television back in the sixties, seventies and eighties was that they often had more episodes than they had year. So if there were 30 episodes of a TV series, a number of them wouldn't get rerun, right? And so then they were just lost to the stars. You did not? Yeah. Somebody put them out in a collection and then you get to see them again. And that was always like, We've got we can't. We've got to be home. We've got to be home because we're not going to get to see this again. It's one time only. It's really a fascinating thing because I look back, I remember one year as a gift to my parents. I think I bought them season one of Leave It to Beaver on DVD and it was like 37 episodes. It was insane. And yeah, yeah. And I even, you know, thinking about, like, what you mentioned with episodes repeating, there were a lot of times in my childhood where something was preempted because maybe there was a State of the Union, you know, like the president, there's a crisis. So the president. Hopson And it and it great to have to break away from a TV show and then trying to figure out like when can I actually watch that again? And it wasn't until, you know, ten years ago even where you stopped having to worry about maybe setting a a VCR to to record something, because now, now, now it's easy. You just throw it on your your your program list and it'll record every episode multiple times for you. You'll never miss it, but that the times have changed. I remember setting one up and it had the the word that in it and everything. They had the word that, you know, it was recorded so quickly. My, my DVR was filled. But yeah, but yeah. And the other thing that would drive you crazy is if the weather was bad and they had to break in and you think, I'm not going to get to see this show, you've got to you've got to not talk. Do not do a weather update. I don't care. I would rather die in a heap of rubble from the tornado that's coming my direction. Then miss an episode of All in the Family, you know? Yeah. So the 1987 88 TV year would have been kind of covering my 12 year old. So looking down the list of like what the most popular shows was, and these are some great shows, The Cosby Show that was a favorite of mine. Cheers growing Pains, Who's the Boss? Did you know Danny Pitaro from Who's the Boss? He's actually from my hometown of New Jersey. Yeah. And he went to a different elementary school than I went to. So I never and then he ended up after he got into Who's the boss, he got pulled out and did tutoring and things like that. So I never met him. But I know kids that when I got into the middle school, like, Oh yeah, I had class with Danny Pitaro in first grade, that kind of things. And he's my age. So, you know, we were we would have been classmates together and also Alyssa milano because she's from Staten Island. And I, I would have to look again because I went to kindergarten on Staten Island and I, I think she may have actually been in the same public school district as I was. I'm not entirely sure. And that she's a couple of years older than me. You were working as a child. You need to have been working as a child. I know we could be. Yeah. Now. But yeah, some of these other shows do. Night Court. I was a huge fan of that. ALF The Wonder Years. These are some family ties near nearing the end. I don't know if I was still watching Family Ties in 87, but that was a favorite of mine a few years before that. But yeah, they had far more comedies back then. Yes, comedies repeated well and comedies were good for syndication, so we saw a lot of them. Now you don't see a lot of them because, you know, is there a repeat value there? I don't know. Yeah, and they probably are very costly in comparison to something else. And you look at some of the comedies that we do have and they seem very repetitive or redundant or, or they're just reboots of shows that might Frasier, Frasier, back again. Here we are. But yeah, and I think, you know, there was a time during one of the strikes where they just repeated old scripts and they took old scripts and then just, you know, change the, the actors and that did not work. Well, it did not. People saw through it and said, you know what? I think I saw this back with Martin Landau and Barbara Bain. So Mission Impossible is not the same. But they you know, they tried that. They were trying everything. And we'll see what happens with this, with this strike and where where it leads us. But the fall season, it's here all season this year. I mean, it's a couple of weeks until actual fall, but college football is back. The NFL's back in TV in some form may not be peak TV like we're used to, but it is back. Indeed. Yeah. It'll be fun to see how how it shapes out. Hey, we could be big game show fans, but games were there. Absolutely. All right. Well, on that note, we will move on from this episode, but we will be back again next week on Streamed & Screened.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tinseltown is the promised land for so many of the actors, musicians and presenters we've had on the show over the last four and a half years. But for these three, those dreams have turned into a scarcely believable reality!Hannah Waddingham and Luke Evans talk to us about how they got their big breaks through a timely combination of luck and talent, while singer Aled Jones reminds us that the journey to the top isn't always smooth. As in, he missed appearing on America's biggest talk show because he wanted to get home for a school football match. Yep.You can listen to these episodes in full here: Hannah Waddingham, Luke Evans and Aled Jones. ***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kara and Adina reflect on the Ted Lasso finale and the journey for each of the main characters from the beginning of the show to the end, addressing the differences in network constraints vs streaming freedom, the consequences of expanding episode length for production workers, and why we never want these writers near romance again.Subscribe to our newsletter at itsinmyqueue.substack.com.Find us on Twitter: @inmyqueuepod • @adinaterrific • @karaaa_powellAnd Instagram: @inmyqueuepodor send comments, questions, and show suggestions to us at email@example.com!
Spoiler Warning! Chris and Taylor review the 3rd season of the sports comedy-drama series Ted Lasso developed by Jason Sudeikis, Bill Lawrence, Brendan Hunt, and Joe Kelly. AFC Richmond is now a part of the Premier League and the pressure is on for Rebecca and Ted to not finish last against the competition, including West Ham and their new coach, Nate. The series stars Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Jeremy Swift, Phil Dunster, Brett Goldstein, Brendan Hunt, Nick Mohammed, Juno Temple, Anthony Head, Toheeb Jimoh, Cristo Fernández, Kola Bokinni, Billy Harris, and James Lance.Follow us on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepotentialpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepotentialpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/thepotentialpodSupport us on Patreon:patreon.com/thepotentialpodcastThanks to our sponsor: NeuroOur listeners will get a 20% discount on any gum or mints by going to tryneurogum.com/potential ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Welcome back to the Dogtrack, Greyhounds! In this episode Marisa, Christian, and Brett have a conversation about Season 3, Episode 1: Smells Like Mean Spirit.The first episode of season three is a bit of a subdued number that sets the table for the show's brilliant and emotional third act. We chat about our expectations going into season three, where we find our favorite characters at the beginning of this season, and relish the fact that there is so much soccer stuff to nerd out about in this episode and this season.Additionally, we appreciate how much Hannah Waddingham is filmed eating, note the differences between U.S. and British referential humor, wax philosophical on some Goethe, and share our thoughts on the musical choices and placements in this episode.And, just as a general rule, you can expect our episodes this season to be a skosh longer than usual. What can we say? The TV show got longer. So did our podcast.Full show notes and transcript will be available at https://www.tedlassopod.com/ted-lasso-episode-03-01-smells-like-mean-spiritRichmond Til We Die is a conversation about the Apple TV+ show Ted Lasso, where we explore the characters, their relationships to each other, and how they're able to make us laugh until we can hardly breathe one moment and then feel with the deepest parts of our hearts the next. When you're here, you're a Greyhound!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5206034/advertisement
Come out, come out wherever you are for some jolly good fun with the Wickedest Witch of the BEST kind- Lady Dianne Pilkington! (Say what?! *faints* This week, this beautiful Dame joins AW and Matt to mend a Stitched Up Heart with their debut effort, 'Never Alone', before kicking off a match of 'The Beautiful Game', Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's 2000 West End musical.Plus, we chat The 2023 West End revival of The Wizard of Oz, shades of Green, Witchy Charity Singles, 2023 Spice Girls, Eurovision, the Goddess Hannah Waddingham- plus, AW fears the show may be CURSED! *Witch's cackle* Don't skip on this bewitchingly hilarious episode that'll send you up the Yellow Brick Road crying with laughter! Follow Dianne on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dipilky Instagram: https://instagram.com/dipilkyThe Wizard of Oz Tickets: https://lwtheatres.co.uk/whats-on/the-wizard-of-oz/Follow Matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattyoungactorCharlie/Tarzan/Hunchback tickets: https://www.tuacahn.org/All Broadway Box Office Data courtesy of https://www.broadwayleague.com/research/grosses-broadway-nyc/Juxtaposing Metal with Musicals - joined by iconic guests from the worlds of Music, Broadway, Hollywood, and more! https://www.thetonastontales.com/listen -- https://www.patreon.com/bloomingtheatricals - https://twitter.com/thrashntreasurehttps://linktr.ee/thrashntreasure*****Help support Thrash 'n Treasure and keep us on-air, PLUS go on a fantastical adventure at the same time!Grab your copy of The Tonaston Tales by AW, and use the code TNT20 when you check out for 20% off eBooks and Paperbacks!https://www.thetonastontales.com/bookstore - TNT20 ***** ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
'Ted Lasso' star Hannah Waddingham discusses the success of the hit series, shares how her Emmy-winning role of Rebecca Welton impacted her life and looks back on her roles in "Game of Thrones" and "12 Monkeys." Plus, co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin hosts an adopt-a-puppy "pawty" for her birthday! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Emmy award-winning Apple TV+ comedy Ted Lasso has just finished its third season which has received a mixed reaction. Join Ashley and Dylan as they share their thoughts on the season, discuss the main storylines and question if this is really the end for AFC Richmond.TED LASSO: SEASON 3 (2023)Developed by: Jason Sudeikis, Bill Lawrence, Brendan Hunt, Joe KellyDirected by: MJ Delaney, Destiny Ekaragha, Matt Lipsey, Erica Dunton, Declan LowneyWritten by: Joe Kelly, Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, Leann Bowen, Sasha Garron, Bill Wrubel, Brett Goldstein, Jamie Lee, Phoebe Walsh, Keeley Hazell, Dylan Marron, Chuck Hayward, Jane BeckerBased on: Format and characters from NBC SportsStarring: Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Jeremy Swift, Phil Dunster, Brett Goldstein, Brendan Hunt, Nick Mohammed, Juno Temple, Sarah Niles, Anthony Head, Toheeb Jimoh, Cristo Fernández, Kola Bokinni, Billy Harris, James LanceHosts:Ashley Hobley: https://twitter.com/ashleyhobleyDylan Blight: https://twitter.com/vivaladilFollow our Trakt:Ashley - https://trakt.tv/users/ashleyhobleyDylan - https://trakt.tv/users/vivaladilAll Episodes:https://explosionnetwork.com/what-do-you-wanna-watchSupport Us:https://explosionnetwork.com/supportus
In this episode, Christian and Devin give their spoiler thoughts and insights on Ted Lasso Seasson 3 An American football coach is hired to manage a British soccer team; what he lacks in knowledge, he makes up for in optimism, determination and biscuits. TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE:Housekeeping (00:18)Initial Reactions (07:44)Final Thoughts / Ratings (27:57)Coming Up Next / Closing (31:10)GRADES: Christian: 85%Devin: 75%Overall Score: 80% SERIES INFO:Synopsis: An American football coach is hired to manage a British soccer team; what he lacks in knowledge, he makes up for in optimism, determination, and biscuits. Starring: Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Juno Temple, Jeremy Swift, Phil DunsterTV Network: Apple TV+Contact Film Optix Rate and Review us on Apple Podcast and Spotify on your podcast platform of choice! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Tweet at us @FilmOptix Follow us @Film Optix on Instagram Follow us on Letterboxd Visit our Website Thank you for listening!!!
We're back with a slightly different trip into the cellar this week, as we thought today was a perfect time to dedicate an entire archive episode to the woman of the moment: Hannah Waddingham!Hannah first came on the show in 2021 where she went round Kate's for a curry and a few glasses of wine. They chatted about her long and arduous road to deserved mainstream success, from treading the boards in the West End to wowing Jason Sudeikis at her first Ted Lasso audition. She's hilarious, thoughtful and downright fabulous! ***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lola Keeley joins me to chat about recently released short story, Interlude, featuring Victoria and Anna from the brilliant Music and the Mirror, how she met her wife, what she loves about living in Scotland and misses about London, our mutual Hannah Waddingham appreciation, what she's working on now and much more! To purchase Lola's books visit: You searched for lola keeley - Ylva Publishing (ylva-publishing.com) or Amazon: Amazon.com: Lola Keeley: books, biography, latest updateTo support this podcast, you can buy me a coffee @ sapphiclaura is Bringing you fun chats with the best authors in sapphic fiction. (buymeacoffee.com)Support the show
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Comedy hero David Baddiel pops by with his brilliant new children's book, the team are a bit in love with Hannah Waddingham and Chris brings life-changing words of wisdom about emails and smart phones.Join Chris, Vassos, Rachel, Sinead and the team every weekday for laughs with the listeners, the greatest guests, and a pinch of the papers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chris and Nurman return to talk Eurovision Grand final from Liverpool. In this episode, views on how to make jury voting fairer, Hannah Waddingham is amazing, Sweden bloody sweden, and we get into some maths and look to explain how that vote happened! Oh and some fun songs.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 is in its 67th year and is being held in Liverpool, United Kingdom. Thirty-seven countries are participating in the contest, with the winner to be decided on 13th May 2023. The Liverpool Arena is the main venue for the event, which is being presented by Alesha Dixon, Hannah Waddingham and Julia Sanina, with Graham Norton joining for the final. Despite economic challenges, Bulgaria, Montenegro and North Macedonia have decided not to participate. The Eurovision Village is the official fan area, and the EuroClub will host after-parties and private performances by contest participants. The UK entry is being praised for its unique style, and many are predicting the UK could win for the first time in more than 20 years. Excitement is high, and the world eagerly awaits the final to see who will be crowned Eurovision champion for 2023. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Rich reacts to the possible concussion suffered by Anthony Davis and what AD sitting out Game 6 would mean for the Lakers-Warriors series, and weighs in on the 49ers' QB competition after public statements by Niners Head Coach Kyle Shanahan regarding Brock Purdy and Trey Lance. Jason Sudeikis joins Rich in-studio to discuss if the final season of ‘Ted Lasso' is actually the acclaimed series' final season, embracing the “gee whiz” good-feeling ethos of the show, how Hannah Waddingham landed her Emmy-winning role as AF Richmond owner Rebecca Welton, plays a round of ‘Celebrity True or False' where he reveals he once tried out for Blue Man Group, reveals how he landed an on-air role on ‘Saturday Night Live' and more, and says why Tom Brady and Peyton & Eli Manning have surprising comedy chops, and what the origins are behind the annual Big Slick charity event to benefit Kansas City's Mercy Hospital, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
These queens need a hero, not a zero in this episode of heroic percentages.Review Breaking Form on Apple Podcasts here. Please support Breaking Form and buy Aaron's and James's books:Aaron's STOP LYING is available from the Pitt Poetry Series. James's ROMANTIC COMEDY is available from Four Way Books.In the Season 5 Finale of Game of Thrones, Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) was forced to walk naked through the city. The scene lasts for 6 minutes, not 8 as James says. The nun who follows behind Cersei, ringing a bell and calling out "Shame!" in intervals, is played by Hannah Waddingham. You can get a sense of the scene here. TW for intense misogyny.Wednesday Addams was played by Christina Ricci in the movies The Addams Family (1991) and Addams Family Values (1993). See the lemonade stand scene here and the "I'd pity him" scene here. Aaron references the Fire Swamp in The Princess Bride. Measuring about 8.3 square miles, the Florin/Guilder Fire Swamp is located between Florin and Guilder. Like other fire swamps, it has large, lush trees, and contains a large percentage of gas bubbles, especially sulfur, which spontaneously combust.In Fargo, Marge delivers the "And it's a beautiful day" speech in the police cruiser, with the murder suspect in the back of her car as she's driving. In a freaking blizzard.When Clarice Starling first meets Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs, Lecter calls Starling a rube and mocking her accent. It occurs around the 5:21 mark here. Foster says that Hopkins improvised the part where Lecter makes fun of Starling's accent. And she also told Graham Norton that she and Hopkins never spoke to one another on set until the end of shooting.Read more about Weaver landing the role of Ellen Ripley in the Alien films here. Watch Ripley fight the Supreme Alien here; watch Ripley tell Burke to fuck off here.You can read more about the idea for cutting (and then recovering) "Over the Rainbow" from The Wizard of Oz here. Goldie Hawn is a riot as the titular Private Benjamin. Watch Benjamin tell Capt. Lewis she joined a different army here. Carrie is a 1976 film starring Sissy Spacek as Carrie White, and it's based on Stephen King's first published novel of the same name (1974). Piper Laurie plays Carrie's mother, the uber-unstably-religious Margaret White. Watch the tender and poetic Prom scene with Carrie and Tommy here. And watch Carrie argue about her Prom dress with her mom here.
"Ted Lasso" is a series that follows the journey of an American football coach, Ted Lasso (played by Jason Sudeikis), who is recruited to coach an English soccer team, despite having no prior experience in the sport. The show takes place in the fictional town of Richmond, where Ted Lasso and his assistant coach must navigate the challenges of coaching a team that is struggling both on and off the field. The show has been praised for its smart writing, strong performances, and its ability to balance humor with heart, exploring themes of teamwork, perseverance, and the importance of human connection. Ted Lasso has become one of the most beloved series on television today, but is the pilot episode good enough to win the S1E1 boys over? Listen and find out. www.S1E1POD.com Starting: Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Jeremy Swift, Phil Dunster, Brett Goldstein, Brendan Hunt, Nick Mohammed, & Juno Temple Instagram & Twitter: @S1E1POD
C.J. Navas comenta todo lo que presentó ayer en Amazon en su evento Prime Video Presents, el espectacular reparto que Netflix está reuniendo para ‘Zero Day', el especial musical de Navidad de Hannah Waddingham para Apple TV+ y muchas noticias más en su repaso diario al mundo de las series de televisión. PATROCINADOR: Ya están disponible en AXN NOW, la plataforma de video bajo demanda de AXN, todos los episodios de la serie Three Pines, de los productores de The Crown y protagonizada por Alfred Molina. La serie, basada en los libros de la autora canadiense Louise Penny, sigue al inspector jefe Armand Gamache mientras investiga una serie de asesinatos en Three Pines, un pueblo aparentemente idílico en la región rural de Québec. Muy pronto empezarán a revelarse secretos largamente ocultos, incluidos los propios, a los que deberá enfrentarse Gamache. Más información en: https://www.axn.es/programas/three-pines ENLACES: Lee sobre todo lo que hemos comentado y ve los trailers suscribiéndote de forma gratuita a la Newsletter de Fuera de Series: http://newsletter.fueradeseries.com Únete a nuestro grupo de Telegram: telegram.me/fueradeseries Fuera de Series: Especial Semana Santa: https://fueradeseries.com/fuera-de-series-especial-semana-santa-2023/ Gran Angular, de Fuera de Series: https://fueradeseries.com/categoria/podcasts/gran-angular/ El primer episodio de FDS Over The Top: https://fueradeseries.com/fds-over-the-top-marzo-2023 / Razones para Ver de Rabbit Hole: https://fueradeseries.com/razones-para-ver-rabbit-hole/ Razones para Ver de Succession: https://fueradeseries.com/razones-para-ver-succession-temporada-4/ Universo Star Wars, todos los jueves en directo desde http://youtube.com/fueradeseries y http://twitch.tv/fueradeseries a partir de las 21:30 (hora peninsular española) Universo Star Trek, todos los lunes en directo desde http://youtube.com/fueradeseries y http://twitch.tv/fueradeseries a partir de las 21:15 (hora peninsular española) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kate's daughter asked her the other day who ‘Milco' was prompting a discussion on living a double life as her character Sally Fletcher for 20 years on Home and Away. Getting emotional about it Kate revealed she'd also had an intimate discussion with Ted Lasso's Hannah Waddingham about their roles as iconic female characters and how hard it is to say goodbye. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chinedu and Emmanuel are not ready to retire just yet so they're back to discuss this week's episode of 'Ted Lasso'. They start by discussing that great Ted pep talk (2:08), before discussing the episode's theme of companionship (13:05), and finishing with Nate's date (25:20).Host: Chinedu IhejiGuest: Emmanuel Pius-OgijiProduction by: Bankole Imoukhuede Social Production: Ebube Ubochi
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Welcome to Talking LASSO! Where Josh and the Game Club Pod's Joey discuss each new episode of season 3 of the AppleTV+ series Ted Lasso, starring Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, and Brett Goldstein. Josh and Joey would like to apologize for the lack of a spoiler warning in this episode. We will notify listeners at the start of each episode going forward. Feel free to join our Discord to join in on the Ted Lasso conversation and check out our merch store!
Daniel and Shahbaz discuss TED LASSO Season 3, Episode 1 "Smells Like Ted Spirit" [SPOILER-WARNING]. In the first episode of the 12-episode season, the newly-promoted AFC Richmond faces ridicule as media predictions widely peg them as last in the Premier League. Things seem to be falling apart both on and off the pitch, but Team Lasso is set to give it their best shot anyway. Season 3 of Ted Lasso kicks off today on Apple TV+ with new episodes weekly. Watch and listen to The Movie Podcast discussion now on all podcast feeds, YouTube, and TheMoviePodcast.caContact: email@example.comTHE MOVIE PODCAST ON ET CANADA!FOLLOW USDaniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdShahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdAnthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdThe Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTube
Jimmy Kimmel's monologue for the Oscars was hilarious, some Oscar snubs, The Razzie winners (or losers), Saturday Night Live was hosted by Jenna Ortega, Chloe Fineman did a funny impersonation of Jamie Lee Curtis on SNL, Ted Lasso is starting up Wednesday, Hannah Waddingham is playing opposite Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible 8, Scott Budman joins us to talk about the Silicon Valley Bank disaster and Vinnie reads your texts!
[This blog will always be free to read, but it's also how I pay my bills. So, if you like what you read, please consider a paid subscription.]My favorite poem is “Good Bones” by Maggie Smith. There's a decent chance you've heard of it — if not by the numerous times it's gone viral since its publication in 2016 or its occasional glowing references in popular media, then certainly by following my Twitter feed, where I can't help but re-share it every four months or so. Smith's sobering reflection on how she wants to teach her kids about the world is equally startling in its brutal honesty and brave optimism. It firmly rejects the laziness and pointlessness of nihilism and ironic detachment but refuses to gloss over the darker bits of our collective reality. It is nakedly gritty and deeply hopeful. In directly acknowledging the especially shitty facets of life on earth but daring us to create a more beautiful world, anyway, even with all the horror that saturates our surroundings, it does something so rarely seen in all the television shows and films and podcasts and books that are generally (and rightly) regarded as high art but seem to luxuriate in dark grittiness without directly challenging us to do better by each other.When “Ted Lasso” premiered in mid-August of 2020 on Apple TV+, I didn't take notice. My mother had just unexpectedly died and there was a global pandemic raging and the country (and the world) was navigating the aftermath of George Floyd's murder by law enforcement and oh, yeah, there was an upcoming election that felt like a potential catalyst for the apocalypse.I was perpetually not in a good place. I was hurting pretty bad. I was grieving. I consistently felt like s**t. I felt lonely and unmoored. I was deeply uncertain if there would be a better world in 2021, much less my place in it as a trans woman. It all just seemed relentlessly bleak.I would say the last thing I wanted to do in that moment was watch a show about what I had assumed was some college football coach who apparently never feels sad and asks why other people don't just choose to be happy, too.That year felt like I was stubbing my toes every goddamn day, and in my humble opinion, when you stub your big toe—I mean, when you really slam that sucker into something hard, bereft of socks and shoes, life flashing before your eyes through the searing pain, nerve endings aflame—the most unhelpful response is some jackass offering “have you tried smiling through the pain” and believing themselves to be helpful.I would like to believe I am not a cynical person, but that year was so rough that I was not about to waste energy on what I perceived to be some quirky new show asking us to smile through the pain.No, I am hurting, and smiling isn't going to fix that. This hurts. Do you not understand how much this hurts?But I kept hearing about this damn show — from friends, from colleagues, from random folks on Twitter, even from conversations I would overhear in public.You gotta watch this show. There's nothing else like it.So, one day, in the midst of all that chaos and pain, I began watching it, and I'll admit that I was initially skeptical. The premise felt like a bit much. You're telling me an NCAA Division II football coach—not even Division I—is tapped to helm an English professional soccer team, despite having zero expertise about the sport?Even for what I had initially assumed is an intentionally silly comedy, it felt dangerously close to being derailed by its own silliness. Is this just gonna be ten episodes chock-full of countless variations of some midwest dork making English sportswriters roll their eyes by calling it “soccer”?Well, it wasn't. Not even close. I was completely wrong. It immediately felt effortlessly clever and interesting and authentic. I laughed constantly. I was taken aback by Lasso's unapologetic earnestness, which contrasted so richly with the understandable skepticism of his English counterparts, mirroring my own. By the pilot's end, when Lasso, full of warmth and generosity, listens painfully to his child's voice over the phone, half the world away, and then tells his wife he loves her and she can't say it back, indicated only by Lasso—superbly played by Jason Sudeikis—comforting her with “No, no, that's okay. You don't have to,” I was hooked. This is not a show about an oblivious man gliding through life and telling others they just need to smile. It's a show about a man deeply in pain and all-too-aware of his own shortcomings but having the courage to acknowledge them, and choosing to stay in the arena, not to do Teddy-Roosevelt-like battles with those around him but to insist on building community through shared struggles. When Lasso is wronged, he responds with empathy. When Lasso does wrong, he is quick to recognize it and make amends. He is imperfectly human in the best sense imaginable: cognizant of his own flaws and graceful with the flaws of others, feeling his own pain and using it to bear witness to the pain of those around him. And the best part? He's hilarious throughout.This past Tuesday, I attended the Season 3 premiere of “Ted Lasso” at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles, where a packed, enthusiastic audience watched the first two episodes of what is widely assumed to be—but not yet definitively confirmed as—the final season of the show. Sudeikis and co-creaters Bill Lawrence, Joe Kelly, and Brendan Hunt (who also plays the immensely likable Coach Beard, Lasso's second-in-command) have long said the original story was only intended for three seasons (and have stuck to that), but there have been various hints the Ted Lasso universe might extend beyond this newest season.Perhaps the most telling clue: despite undeniably being the most successful project to date for Apple TV+ (and that's saying something given their deeply impressive stable of acclaimed shows and films), it is not being marketed as embarking on its final season. And yet, here's another clue: based solely on the first two episodes, it is apparent to your humble reviewer that this is shaping up to be the best season yet, which may provide more than enough incentive for Sudeikis and gang to go out on top instead of risking a decline in quality with a narrative extension that feels awkward and forced.Let me repeat that: this is likely to be the best season of the series, judging by how much I found myself laughing and unexpectedly crying only two episodes in. Nate Shelley (played by Nick Mohammed)—the bullied, former equipment manager turned assistant coach for AFC Richmond (under Lasso's generous tutelage)—has left the club after being hired as head coach for powerhouse West Ham United and betraying Lasso by revealing to a sportswriter, Trent Crimm (James Lance), that the head coach left the pitch during a match due to a panic attack instead of Lasso's publicly stated reason of food poisoning. The opening episodes primarily revolve around Nate turning into the kind of bully who once tormented him, and as he continues to betray Lasso with a vicious mean-spiritedness in public, it seems everyone in Lasso's world is urging him to punch back, particularly Lasso's boss, AFC Richmond owner Rebecca Welton, played by the brilliant Hannah Waddingham.In the first season, Welton had originally hired Lasso in an attempt to sabotage AFC Richmond into oblivion to get back at her horrible ex-husband, the original owner, but Welton unexpectedly finds herself won over by Lasso's relentless kindness and the two become close friends. Now, she is aghast as Lasso rebuffs her call to publicly strike back at Nate and his new boss, her ex-husband, who has just bought West Ham.Both episodes are quite excellent, but there are two specific scenes that are beyond exceptional and show “Ted Lasso” at its very best. I promise not to spoil them for y'all, but I will say this: the first scene involves a press conference, and honestly, it shouldn't work, but by its end, I found myself tearing up and praising the writers for having the guts to take a risk that pays off beautifully. The second scene involves Legos, and I definitely cried during that one.Without spoiling anything, here's what I assume will be the dominant theme of the third season: people are enormously complicated, far beyond our own limited understanding of the individual, private struggles of others, and separating people into dueling categories of “good” and “evil” is profoundly foolish.The show has given us every reason to root for Lasso and every reason to despise Nate, and yet, through Lasso's vantage point, it also seems to insist there are no true heroes or villains here. All are imperfect people in different trajectories of growth (and, yes, sometimes, lack thereof) — responsible for their actions and whom certainly should be expectant of accountability, sure, but none are perfect.Without being preachy or pandering, Lasso communicates this with remarkable effectiveness, not only in the vulnerability through which he owns up to his mistakes but in the grace he consistently centers in how he approaches the mistakes of others. I have no idea what the rest of this season entails, but my hunch is that we're going to learn things about Ted Lasso's journey that bring his own imperfections into greater clarity and illuminate how his empathy is derived from navigating his own past mistakes, most likely related to his ongoing anxiety with family back home.In 2021, after the premiere of the second season, I wrote a review that praised the show's honest approach toward mental health, particularly among men. I also proposed, as a concept for reviewing film and television, the Lasso Test: “at least two men talk to each other about their mental health or emotional wellbeing in a frank and vulnerable and loving way without needing to involve women as vehicles or guides for their self-improvement.”I am pleased to say, unsurprisingly, that this season's opening episodes pass the Lasso Test with flying colors, as well as the famous Bechdel Test, from which I took the inspiration. It is wonderful to see the men of this show engage with each other so thoughtfully and the women support each other as strong individuals without needing the conversations between them to hinge exclusively on what Lasso and his players are doing or thinking. Alright, that's a lot of serious stuff, and I don't want this to get lost: the show remains hilarious and fun on all fronts. Roy Kent is still the charming and profane curmudgeon we've come to know and love through Brett Goldstein. Juno Temple has me hoping for a future spinoff series with her ever-glowing performance as public relations pro Keeley Jones. I'm eager to see what the writers will do with Dr. Sharon Fieldstone (played by Sarah Niles), the sports psychologist whose professional presence is an especially potent foil to Lasso's irrepressible personality. Leslie Higgins, Hannah's lovable righthand, played delightfully by Jeremy Swift, is also someone I can easily see leading a spinoff, and Jamie Tartt (the rising superstar on the pitch played by Phil Dunster) continues one of the most interesting character arcs in the show.The charming trio of Sam Obisayna (Toheeb Jimoh), Dani “Football is life!” Rojas (Cristo Fernández), and team captain Isaac McAdoo (Kola Bokinni) lead a cast of players that have every scene making me wish I could attend one of their games in real life. In fact, at the post-premiere party, I was pleased to relay to Mr. Bokinni that his character's deft deployment of the word “f**k” is one of the more underrated aspects of the show, and on his behalf, I relay to y'all that he takes great joy in that duty.I firmly believe that “Ted Lasso” is currently the greatest Trojan Horse in pop culture, a show that invites the audience into a fun premise that doesn't take it itself too seriously and then offers, without any self-congratulatory fanfare, a vision of interpersonal relationships that prioritize grace and growth and good faith over all else.Lasso and friends are having a hell of a lot of fun, but they're doing it whilst simultaneously telling us, in a spiritual echo of Smith: “This place could be beautiful, right? You could make this place beautiful.”Believe.The third season of “Ted Lasso” premieres on March 15th on Apple TV+.Charlotte's Web Thoughts is a reader-supported publication. 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At long last, Ted Lasso returns to our screens on March 15th for a third series on Apple TV+. It has felt like an eternity for die-hard fans of the show who've fallen in love with the world of Richmond AFC since it first appeared in our lives in August 2020 - so to help tide you over just a few more days, here are Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein, Nick Mohammed, Brendan Hunt and Toheeb Jimoh talking about the phenomenon of Ted, shortbread biscuits, "the signal" and much, much more.
Three big new comedies to take you to places you maybe haven't been before (hashtag poco). A masterclass in performance in writing across all three shows in this week's episode, including an all-Aussie-all-female comedy that reminds us that we can make things that stand up equal on the world stage. Also: Ted Lasso is pretty great and I'm gonna miss the shit out of that series. Shows covered in this episode: • Lucky Hank (8 eps), starring Bob Odenkirk, Mireille Enos, Olivia Scott Welch, Suzanne Cryer, Diedrich Bader, Oscar Nuñez, and Kyle MacLachlan - premieres Monday 20 March, dropping weekly, on Stan. • Class of '07 (8 eps), starring Emily Browning, Caitlin Stasey, Megan Smart, Steph Tisdell, and Emma Horn - premieres Friday 17 March with all 8 eps on Prime Video. • Ted Lasso season three/final (12 eps), starring Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, Hannah Waddingham, Juno Temple, Jeremy Swift, Brett Goldstein, and Nick Mohammed - premieres Wednesday 15 March 6pm, dropping weekly, on Apple TV+. Keep in touch with the TV Bingebox show & host Steve Molk at linktr.ee/SteveMolk.
Hocus Pocus 2 is a 2022 American fantasy comedy film directed by Anne Fletcher, written by Jen D'Angelo and produced by Walt Disney Pictures. A sequel to the 1993 film Hocus Pocus, it stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, and Doug Jones reprising their roles, with Sam Richardson, Whitney Peak, Belissa Escobedo, Tony Hale, and Hannah Waddingham joining the cast in new roles. Filming took place from October 2021 to January 2022 in Rhode Island, replacing Salem, Massachusetts. It was released on Disney+ on September 30, 2022. The film received mixed reviews, praising the cast performances, humor, and nostalgia, but criticized the plot. 1000 stickers for $79 ONLY at this link www.riotstickers.com/frumess - the best in the business! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
Join us as we bake our famous tuna casserole, investigate a plane crash, and very much do worry, darlings before heading back to Salem as we chat all things ‘Don't Worry Darling' and ‘Hocus Pocus 2'. 00:00 - 25:00 - Don't Worry Darling Discussion 25:00 - 31:30 - Hocus Pocus 2 Discussion 31:30 - 33:30 - Announcement and End Don't Worry Darling is a 2022 American psychological thriller film directed by Olivia Wilde from a screenplay by Katie Silberman, based on a story by Carey Van Dyke, Shane Van Dyke, and Silberman. The film stars Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Wilde, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne, Nick Kroll, and Chris Pine. It follows a young wife living in a company town who begins to believe there is a sinister secret being kept from her by the man who runs it. Hocus Pocus 2 is a 2022 American fantasy comedy film directed by Anne Fletcher, written by Jen D'Angelo and produced by Walt Disney Pictures. A sequel to the 1993 film Hocus Pocus, it stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, and Doug Jones reprising their roles, with Sam Richardson, Whitney Peak, Belissa Escobedo, Tony Hale, and Hannah Waddingham joining the cast in new roles. We Watched A Thing is supported by Dendy Cinemas Canberra. The best Australian cinema chain showing everything from blockbusters to arthouse and indie films. Find them at https://www.dendy.com.au/ If you like this podcast, or hate it and us and want to tell us so - You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org Or, Twitter - @WeWatchedAThing Facebook - @WeWatchedAThing Instagram - @WeWatchedAThing and on iTunes and Youtube If you really like us and think we're worth at least a dollar, why not check out our patreon at http://patreon.com/wewatchedathing. Every little bit helps, and you can get access to bonus episodes, early releases, and even tell us what movies to watch.
In this episode, we discuss Disney's latest attempt to cash in on our nostalgia with their new film Hocus Pocus 2. Danielle has the original movie memorized whereas Stina (aka Sick Again) has never seen it all the way through. We love all the vets in this movie but Justice for Hannah Waddingham. Instagram: @heyitstwogirls, @classicSTINA, @daniellecobianchi Twitter: @heyitstwogirls, @classicSTINA Two Girls Drink Beer Youtube Beer Coffee Doughnuts Blog --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twogirlswatchtv/message
Chris and Taylor review the new supernatural comedy film "Hocus Pocus 2" written by Jen D'Angelo and directed by Anne Fletcher. 29 years after the events of "Hocus Pocus," two young women accidentally summon the Sanderon sisters and must stop the child-hungry witches before the wreak havoc on the world. The film stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, Sam Richardson, Doug Jones, Tony Hale, Whitney Peak, Belissa Escobedo and Hannah Waddingham.Follow us on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepotentialpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepotentialpodcast/?ref=pages_you_manageTwitter: https://twitter.com/thepotentialpodThanks to our sponsors: BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month of therapy with BetterHelp by going to https://betterhelp.com/potential
Email Us Here: Disturbinglypragmatic@gmail.comWhere To Find Us!: Disturbingly Pragmatic Link Tree!Visit Our Patreon!This Episode has EVERYTHING!It's got:Scary Spooky October!Paul Attempts the Shaking Ghost Sound!LEONARD!Flying Peacocks!Fun Head Colds!Cat Sounding Kids!A Try Guy Fucks Around and Finds Out!Dave Had No Clue They Existed Before the Scandal!MY WIFE!The Family Guy Cheated!Zach = Sad; Keith = Disappointed Dad; Eugene = Disgusted Anger!Bachelorette Party Brass Balls!Power Dynamic = Don't Do it!Creepy Matthew Morrison!Wet Dick = Worth Throwing Away a Career!If you Don't Want "Hocus Pocus 2" Spoiled, Please Go to the Following Time: 37:00!What a GREAT MOVIE! Nothing CRINGY AT ALL!What a Choppy Piece of Garbage with NO CHARM WHATSOEVER!Garry Marshall and Penny Marshall - Alabama Man and Wife!Theatre Kids!Honest Question - What Was the Point of "Hocus Pocus 2"?!Dave was Molested?!?!Ned's Brass Balls!Fun at the Crematorium!Dave was a Funeral Director?!?!"Grease" References Over Dave's Head!Retort vs Retort!Family Cremation Deal!Episode Links (In Order):Shaking Ghost Sound Activated Toy!The Try Guys Statement Video!Matthew Morrison Fired from SYTYCD!Garry Marshall and Penny Marshall Playing an Alabama Man and Wife!Sequel Pitch Podcast Discusses "Hocus Pocus"!The Cremation Process!Woman has a Strange Addiction: Eating her Husband's Cremated Remains!MUSIC CREDIT!Opening Music, "Dank Halloween", Graciously Supplied By: Shane Ivers
On this SPECIAL EDITION of The Movie Podcast, Daniel and Shahbaz are joined by Director ANNE FLETCHER and the cast of Disney+ Original Film HOCUS POCUS 2 including SAM RICHARDSON, DOUG JONES, WHITNEY PEAK, BELISSA ESCOBEDO, & LILIA BUCKINGHAM. It's been 29 years since someone lit the Black Flame Candle and resurrected the 17th-century sisters, and they are looking for revenge. Now it is up to three high-school students to stop the ravenous witches from wreaking a new kind of havoc on Salem before dawn on All Hallow's Eve. Hocus Pocus 2 is now streaming on Disney+.Listen to The Movie Podcast Interview now on all podcast feeds, YouTube, and TheMoviePodcast.caContact: email@example.comTHE MOVIE PODCAST ON ET CANADA!THE MOVIE PODCAST MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE!FOLLOW USDaniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdShahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdAnthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdThe Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTube
I first discovered the work of Gwendolyn Oxenham when one of my middle school soccer players told me of a film screening he had attended the night before. The film was called Pelada, and "it's about soccer," was the only synopsis he offered (6th graders, waddaya gonna do?). I decided to check it out, purchased it on iTunes, and it changed my life. Two division-1 soccer players, having finished their playing careers, found themselves directionless. In their words, "the pro leagues weren't calling, and we weren't in the national team pool,' explained my guest, Gwendolyn Oxenham. So she and her partner Luke decided to travel the world in search of the heart of soccer: the pickup game. Underneath all the money, all the contentiousness, the drive, the manicured fields, the billion dollar industry, is people with a ball at their feet. As she decolonized her relationship with soccer, she returned to her elemental self: the humans and the stories. Since the publication of her first book, Finding the Game and the film it was based on, Pelada, Gwen has continued the two things that ignite her passion: writing and soccer. She Published her second book, Under the Lights and in the Dark: Untold Stories of Women's Soccer, and it gained such acclaim that it was produced into the podcast series Hustle Rule, in which the stories were narrated by Hannah Waddingham, star of Ted Lasso Anyone who reads Gwen's work will find their assumptions and beliefs about sports in general and soccer in particular disrupted. Plus an amazing top five! Hustle Rule Podcast, narrated by Hannah Waddingham Gwen's Books
Oof, Hocus Pocus 2 did NOT work for us. It seems to work for some people, but that ain't us. Not even close to enough Hannah Waddingham... The post Episode 422: Hocus Pocus 2! appeared first on So...I'm Watching This Show.
Daniel, Shahbaz, & Anthony review Anne Fletcher's HOCUS POCUS 2, a Disney+ Original movie. It's been 29 years since someone lit the Black Flame Candle and resurrected the 17th-century sisters, and they are looking for revenge. Now it is up to three high-school students to stop the ravenous witches from wreaking a new kind of havoc on Salem before dawn on All Hallow's Eve. The film stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, Sam Richardson, Doug Jones, Hannah Waddingham, Whitney Peak, Belissa Escobedo, Lilia Buckingham, Froy Gutierrez and Tony Hale. Hocus Pocus 2 will premiere September 30, 2022, exclusively on Disney+.Listen to The Movie Podcast review now on all podcast feeds, YouTube, and TheMoviePodcast.caContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgTHE MOVIE PODCAST ON ET CANADA!THE MOVIE PODCAST MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE!FOLLOW USDaniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdShahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdAnthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdThe Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTube
In this episode: Ted Lasso Season 3 will be premiering this fall possibly early October, and to prepare you for that debut, we are bringing you This Sunday Spotlight replay of Episode 110 “Over the Teacup with Michael & Diane: That Thing About Ted Lasso,” which aired on the 10th of September 2021. After listening to this episode please take the opportunity to go to Apple TV Plus and catch up on season one and two. So, sit back grab a cup of something and enjoy. What happens when you put an American football coach from Kansas into the middle of an English football (Soccer) team? How about when you throw in an egomaniac, a silent bob type, a team owner that's a smart, beautiful and strong woman, with a brilliant group of teammates? Why you get Ted Lasso! Diane and I share with you our favorite dramedy on Fridays. Ted Lasso is an American comedy television series currently streaming as an original on Apple TV Plus. It was born from and developed by Jason Sudeikis, it's also produced by Jason, Bill Lawrence, Brendan Hunt, and Joe Kelly. The series is based on a character of the same name that Sudeikis first portrayed in a series of promos for NBC Sports' coverage of the Premier League back in 2013. This weekly addiction stars Jason Sudeikis, as an American college football coach who led the Wichita State Shockers to a Division II National Collegiate Athletic Association championship. He is hired to coach an English soccer team in an attempt by its new owner (Rebecca Welton, played by Hannah Waddingham) a newly divorced woman, to spite her ex-husband. As you probably already figured out Ted is a downhome, kind-hearted American father and husband, who is seen as unsophisticated kind of “hillbilly” but is smarter than he looks. He loves to coach and cares more about people than winning. This weekly gem runs about 30 minutes each Friday, and the first season of Ted Lasso, containing 10 episodes, premiered on Apple TV+ on August 14, 2020. It also stars Brandon Hunt, Steven Manus, Jeremy Swift, Phil Dunster, Brett Goldstein, Nick Mohammed, Juno Temple and a brilliant ensemble cast that brings you into their lives each and every week. Just a quick reminder: over the next couple of weeks, I will be taking a break to spend some time with my family, refresh my soul, and concentrate on my health, so that I can come back with a new line up of fantastic guests, and great conversations to inspire, motivate, and educate you. During this time, we have selected some of our favorite episodes from this podcast and we know you're going to love these conversations that will touch your soul. So please enjoy these popular favorites, and I will see you starting September 14th with brand new episodes, brilliant guests and more of what you love about One More Thing Before You Go! This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
With the help of special guest Vynique Moon, we discuss the pilot of Ted Lasso. From the pilot's thoughtful setups of many important arcs over the entire show, to Ted's goofy personality, to how Rebecca is somewhat framed as the main character.Follow Vynique on Twitter @vyniquemoon and don't forget to check out their writing at screenspeck.com!If you want more Ted Lasso commentary from us, check out our 2021 and 2022 Emmy nomination discussions.Subscribe to our newsletter at itsinmyqueue.substack.com.Find us on Twitter: @inmyqueuepod • @adinaterrific • @karaaa_powellAnd Instagram: @inmyqueuepodor send comments, questions, and show suggestions to us at email@example.com!
Hannah Waddingham is one of the secret ingredients to why "Ted Lasso" has captured the hearts of millions of people worldwide. After winning the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for the first season, Hannah is again nominated in the same category for season 2 of the Emmy Award-winning show. With more depth, laughs, and heart, Hannah has taken Rebecca Welton to new and unexpected places, continuing to garner terrific reviews for her work in the process. She was kind enough to spend time talking to us about working on the show, what the future holds for season 3, and much more! We hope you enjoy the conversation and that you will check out the show now streaming on Apple TV+. Thank you. Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
After Will Smith issues apology video Chris Rock says he's “not a victim.” Shakira could face jail time for allegedly not paying taxes in Spain and PEOPLE's Daniela Avila has the latest. The wife of Ne-Yo publicly accused him of infidelity and PEOPLE's Lanae Brody details the gossip surrounding the R&B singer. Ted Lasso's Hannah Waddingham sits down to talk about defending her Emmy crown and teases season 3. For these stories and more, head to PEOPLE.com. Follow on Instagram: Janine Rubenstein - @janinerube Daniela Avila - @daniela_avila Lanae Brody - @lanaebrody Hannah Waddingham - @hannah_waddingham Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hannah Waddingham's portrayal of Rebecca on Ted Lasso earned her an Emmy award last year and another nomination this year for the second season of the show. She's originally a stage performer and had award-winning parts in shows on Broadway and London's West End. On Game of Thrones she played Septa Unella. To celebrate her latest Emmy nomination we're taking a moment to revisit her conversation with Linda Holmes from last year. They get into her role in Ted Lasso, and her years of performing in theater. Plus, what it's like to find a mouse in your dress while performing live on stage.
This is the final episode in our series. In Act 1, Shapeshifters, we look at the generations of women who had no pro league to play in: what's it like to be a 22-year-old who has to completely start over? They go on to become rocket scientists, CEOs, and big-time music supervisors. In Act 2, Side-Hustlers, we look at the early generations who did have a pro league to play in, but had to scrap and hustle at side jobs to make it work. In Act 3, we finish with today's generation – the New Guard – when the field of opportunity is wide open.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Come with us to the most futebol-mad country in all the world, as we follow the trail of the magicians, some you may have heard of – and some you haven't. We'll head to Santos FC, where 1000 girls from all over the country show up to the open tryout, dreaming of playing for the most storied club in Brazilian history: the land of the King, Pele, and now the Queen: Marta. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is the story of Nadia Nadim – a professional soccer player, a soon-to-be surgeon, a daughter, a sister, a niece, and an Afghan refugee… and, above all else, a kid who loved to play football. In this episode, we'll meet the family who just won't quit, including Diana, Nadia's sister and a champion boxer, and Aryana Sayeed, Nadia's aunt and Afghanistan's most famous singer who has taken her fight for the rights of Afghan women all the way to the UN. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
At the national team level, countries have ever-deepening talent pools; it's harder and harder to hold onto your spot. If you get pregnant, that means months on the sideline while a young, hungry replacement is playing in your stead. The mothers who do go for it often face major doubt: it's dicey to take a chance on a player undergoing both a gigantic physical transformation and a shift in priorities. This is the story of two moms on opposite sides of the world – Australia's Melissa Barbieri and USA's Amy Rodriguez – who were cut or traded… and who set out to make a comeback as good as any you'll find. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.