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In the last episode of season three, the boys peek at Jesse Williams' NSFW Broadway photo, Dr. Taylor Swift, Eric gives us a Bravo update, the revamped Queer as Folk, the end of This Is Us, Fred & Ben Savage, and Billy Eichner's newest gay Rom Com "Bros"
Die Popkultur-Legende Markus Kavka ist zu Gast in der 54. Folge von "Und was machst du am Wochenende?". Bekannt wurde er als Moderator der Sender Viva und MTV, er ist Schriftsteller, Radiojournalist und DJ. Dem Gastgeberteam Ilona Hartmann und Christoph erzählt Markus Kavka, Jahrgang 1967, von seinen Wochenenden im Jahr 1986 und heute, berichtet von seiner Vergangenheit als Vampir auf dem bayerischen Land, von seinem Faible für Totenköpfe und warum der Song "Fade To Grey" von Visage sein Leben für immer verändert hat. Er erinnert sich an seine größte Nachtleben-Katastrophe auf Klassenfahrt in Berlin, als ihn der Türsteher mit den Worten abgewiesen hat: "Der Waschbär kommt nicht rein." Um entspannt ins Wochenende zu kommen, bleiben Markus Kavka und seine Frau am Samstagmorgen länger im Bett liegen und schauen gemeinsam Tierpark-Sendungen in der ARD: "Wir lieben Pinguine." In dieser Folge empfehlen Christoph Amend, Ilona Hartmann und Markus Kavka: - den Song und das Musikvideo zu "Fade to Grey" von Visage (1980) und die Alben "More D4ta" der Band Moderat und "Fallen Paradise" der australischen Sänger Vancouver Sleep Clinic - das Linientreu war bis 2008 ein Club in Berlin-Wilmersdorf. Die Revival-Partys sind heute im Silverwings am Columbiadamm in Berlin-Kreuzberg - den Roman "Crying in H Mart" von Michelle Zauner - die Künstler T.Raumschmiere aus Heidelberg aus dem Genre der Punk- und Noisesounds und Haai aus London und Australien - die Bands DIIV aus Brooklyn und Jaguar Sun aus Kanada - Japanese Breakfast – ein Musikprojekt der koreanischen US-amerikanischen Musikerin und Autorin Michelle Zauner - den Podcast "The James Bond From A to Z Podcast" von den Journalisten Tom Butler und Tom Wheatley - die Serien "Shameless", "Modern Family" und "This Is Us" - und noch einen Wochenendtrip-Tipp: Karlsbad – eine Stadt in Tschechien, wo jährlich das Filmfest Karlovy Vary stattfindet. Das Team erreichen Sie unter email@example.com.
If you look up “fun,” it'll take you right to this thing right here. Exceeding my high expectations, Tim Matheson is even more gorgeous, charming, intelligent, animated, accessible, and fabulous than I could've imagined. Don't think I've ever had more fun at 11 in the morning. Squeezing us in on a busy day of meetings, and a table read for Netflix's #1 smash, Virgin River, which Tim both stars in, and oft directs, he was relaxed, gave us his full attention, energy, passion, and focus, and, what a treat it was after all these years of adoring him. We jumped into Animal House, how it went down, how he got it, what almost was, Chevy Chase, John Belushi, Peter Reigert, Karen Allen, Mark Metcalf, who, thanks to his extreme kindness, introduced me to Tim, making today possible. We circled back through this Burbank boys' start, My Three Sons, Leave it to Beaver, voicing Jonny Quest, the Western years, Bonanza, The Virginian, co-starring with Kurt Russell in The Quest, opposite Henry Fonda, and Lucille Ball in Yours, Mine and Ours, studying at every turn, including a year of Improv, leading to the big stretch, comedy and portraying the good bad boy, working with Landis and then Speilberg and again Belushi in 1941. All the while absorbing and honing his craft, whilst learning from the masters. We talked The West Wing, composer Snuffy Walden, our 2 degrees, Aaron Sorkin, Rob Lowe, Allison Janney, Bradley Whitford, Martin Sheen, Tommy Schlamme, the brilliance, professionalism, and frenetic pace. With our time swiftly waning we touched on This Is Us and landed on VIrgin River, currently readying to roll on Season 5, as I and many binge the just dropped Season 4. I could've talked with Tim all day and still have longed for more. What a great spirit! Such joie de vivre, not to mention ridiculously easy on the eyes, ears, and I suspect, all five senses. Put it all together- it was FUN! Two thumbs way up. Tim Matheson Live on Game Changers With Vicki Abelson *** Wednesday, 8/3/22, 11 am PT, 2 pm ET*** Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3JsAJK5 All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for the best tressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ And, Blue Microphones
Will Rubio is a comedian and actor best known for his work in Forever Strong and Synapse. He's also appeared in My Girlfriend's Boyfriend, and Osombie, NBC's Community and This Is Us, and Transparent. Will is a host on BYUtv's Random Acts.
Matt talks about his hot 50 wedding song picks that are popular streamed songs and downloaded songs for your wedding day. Hear some song lyrics that go with the picks too! Important Links View the complete list of pop wedding songs See all Wedding Songs Podcast episodes Podcast Transcript Welcome to the Wedding Songs Podcast, featuring newly released songs you need to know, and the tried and true classics. Get song ideas from the time guests arrive until the last dance of the reception. And now your host, Matt Campbell, founder of MyWeddingSongs.com. Welcome to episode number 77 of the Wedding Songs Podcast. I am Matt Campbell and today I'm going to be talking about Pop wedding songs to play during your wedding ceremony and wedding reception. If you prefer to read the list, or listen to the list, you can do so on our website, MyWeddingSongs.com. And while you're there, make sure you subscribe to our monthly newsletter, The Music Letter, as we call it. Just go to the main menu and click on subscribe, and then you'll be signed up for a monthly newsletter of all the new wedding songs released in the prior month that you could play at your wedding, or even during date night. So, let's go ahead and get started with popular Pop wedding songs to play on your wedding day. So, I thought I'd start this list with the popular song streamed on Amazon with “Left And Right” by Charlie Puth and Jung Kook of BTS. “Break My Soul” by Beyonce, “As It Was” by Harry Styles, "Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)"” by Kate Bush, which became popular from the TV series Stranger Things. “About Damn Time” by Lizzo, “Shivers” by Ed Sheeran, “Africa” by Toto. “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran and “Firework” by Katie Perry. So, starting off with the modern Pop songs, “Break My Soul” by Beyonce was just released, and the Renaissance album will be released on Friday, July 29th. “Something Slow To Dance To” by Jay Alan and “Purple Haze” by Joy Oladokun, all released in 2022. A lot of the next songs were also released in 2022, including “Grow As We Go” by Ben Platt and Sara Bareilles. This was performed on the American Idol stage. “First Date (the acoustic version)” by Taylor Acorn. You may remember this song by Blink 182. “The Forever Now” by the This Is Us Cast by Mandy Moore. This is from the This Is Us wedding, the TV series before the whole series ended. “Always Looking For You” by Jason Mraz and “Heaven” by Calum Scott. This is from his Bridges album. That also includes other great wedding songs from that album. “What Dreams Are Made Of” by Brent Morgan. You may remember this from the Disney films, with the lyrics…I've got somewhere I belong. I've got somebody to love. This is what dreams are made of. If you're looking for an Indie Pop song, then “Magnificent” by Oh Wonder, with the lyrics…You're my unbelieve. And then suddenly I see what my future could have been. If I didn't pick you. From the movie Marry Me we have the song “Marry Me (Kat & Bastian Duet)” by Jennifer Lopez and Maluma in 2022. And also from the same album, “Love Of My Life” by Jennifer Lopez. And here's a great spin on a song, ABCDEFU, but this Is “Love You Still (ABCDEDU romantic version)” by Tyler Shaw with the lyrics… I'm just so into you. I wanna let it all out. You're so perfectly fine. I could talk all day but let me spell it out. One of my favorite new artists Teddy Swims, with his song “Amazing” with the lyrics…Don't matter what you wear or what you do. You turnin' heads in every room. Don't know why you act so surprised. You look amazing every time. A cover of the famous Beatles song “All You Need Is Love” by Katy Perry. This starts off the songs of 2021. With those famous lyrics…all you need is love. All you need is love. Love. Love is all you need. If you're looking for a duet song, then love is just a word by Jasmine Thompson and Calum Scott, with the lyrics…And I guess love is just a word, without you. “All Two Well (Taylor's version)” released in 20...
This week the word is biweekly. First the nerds talk about their recent decision to slow down this podcast, by only recording it every other week (even though they will continue to talk weekly). Then Keith mentions that he thinks he's caught Covid, after which he gives his live reactions to a new type of candy bar he discovered. Next, Keith recounts the latest action in his current D&D campaigns. Moving on to media, they talk about Taskmaster, the penultimate episode of This Is Us, Star Trek Strange New Worlds, The Orville, and the Obi-wan Kenobi series.Warning: Contains Spoilers!
Today on Too Opinionated Danielle Larracuente joins us for a conversation! Danielle is known for her excellent work on Bosch: Legacy, This is Us, Good Trouble, ICarly, NCIS, ER and Without A Trace! Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the website: Meisterkhan.com #Bosch, #CelebrityInterviews, #meisterkhan, #daniellelarracuente, #ICarly, #ThisIsUs,
Taking it back to 2003, Jared and Melle buckle up for the wild ride that is Final Destination 2 and debate on how well it holds up nearly 20 years later. Everyone is scared, everyone is panicking, and everyone is asking how Officer Burke could afford that apartment…Timestamps5:35 - Negronomicon16:40 - Crit1:12:43 - Final CurlsFind Us Online- Website: www.scarycritpodcast.com- Twitter: http://twitter.com/scarycritpodcast- Instagram: http://instagram.com/scarycritpodcast Credits- Host and Producer: Lauren La Melle - instagram.com/laurenlamelle | twitter.com/laurenlamelle | Website: www.laurenlamelle.com- Host and Editor: Jared Hudson - instagram.com/blossomsandbooks93 |- Production Intern: Andrew Fernie - Communications Intern: Mikayla WellsGems from Episode 64Super Mario 64 (1996)Mario Kart 64 (1996)Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2011)Abbott Elementary (2021)The Office (2005)Freedom Writers (2007)Lean on Me (1989)American Horror Story: Red Tide (2021)Scandal (2012)Succession (2018)Billions (2016)Euphoria (2018)Doubt (2008)Station Eleven (2022)Black-ish (2014)This Is Us (2016)Better Call Saul (2015)Atlanta (2016)Yellowjackets (2021)Stranger Things (2016)Final Destination 2 (2003)The Final Destination (2009)Final Destination (2000)Thirteen Ghosts (2001)Reading Rainbow (1983)Arachnophobia (1990)The Devil Wears Prada (2005)Final Destination 3 (2006)Final Destination 5 (2011)Psycho (1960)Jaws (1975)Speed (1994)Transporter (2002)Shameless (2011)Medium (2005)The Weekenders (2000)
Danielle Larracuente recently joined host Elias in the cave! You can see Danielle as Officer Paulina Calderon on Freevee's 'Bosch:Legacy' Bosch Legacy - Harry Bosch, retired homicide detective turned Private Investigator, fights to work cases without the authority his former job provided. Attorney Honey "Money" Chandler, having survived an attempted murder, struggles to maintain her faith in the justice system. And Maddie Bosch discovers the possibilities and challenges of being a rookie patrol cop on the streets of Los Angeles. Originally from Cortlandt Manor, New York, Both Danielle's parents are of Puerto Rican descent and retired NYPD officers. At fifteen years old she, along with her mother, moved to Los Angeles, California to further pursue her goals and aspirations as an actress. While accomplishing so much in her career, Danielle took the time to earn her Cosmetology License as well as a B.S in Psychology from The University of Phoenix all while being a mother to her son, Benson. Beautiful inside and out, Danielle landed her first commercial at only four years old and has had an ongoing success in modeling and acting for over 2 decades. Becoming a Broadway star at only 9 years old, Danielle was cast as 'Young Nala' in 'The Lion King' on Broadway in 2009, which led to many opportunities like performing on "Saturday Night Live" with Jimmy Fallon and hosting a season of commercial breaks for the Women's National Basketball Association. Further credits include guest-starring on "ER", "Without A Trace", "NCIS", "Home Economics", and "Good Trouble" and having a recurring role on "Vida" in 2020. One of her most notable roles was acting alongside Melissa Joan Hart in the Christmas Movie" Mistletoe in Montana" in 2021. Now, the rising star is excited to make her mark in Bosch: Legacy and recurring role in the final season of This Is Us! You can watch this interview on YouTube https://youtu.be/eGRokvOay5o Have a question? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Social Media for the latest show updates www.twitter.com/themccpodcast www.instagram.com/themccpodcast www.facebook.com/themancavechroniclespodcast www.themccpodcast.com www.youtube.com/c/TheManCaveChronicleswElias
Rich reacts to Nick Saban's SEC media day press conference and explains how NIL and conference realignment are paving the way for major changes to big-time college football. Actor Justin Hartley joins Rich in-studio and reveals how his new avila alcohol company came about because of case of mistaken identity, why he misses ‘This Is Us' already, and says how his ‘Price Is Right' experience compares to TJ's failed Showcase Showdown. Rich explains why MLB should adopt its home run derby tie-break All-Star Game policy for regular season extra-innings games instead of the current “ghost runner” on 2nd base rule. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week the word is discombobulation. First the nerds talk about post-travel discombobulation, since Andy just got back from his first big event in over 2 years, and Keith is still getting back into the groove after his recent trip to Utah. They talk in a non-spoilery way about the new Kenobi series, the new season of Stranger Things, The Time Traveler's Wife, This Is Us, Shining Girls, For All Mankind, Gaslit, and Godzilla. Then they yammer about about gavels and mallets before dropping the spoiler curtain to talk about Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, and also Severance.Warning: Contains Spoilers!
With guest Mia Merrill, we discuss the 2022 Emmy nominations for the Drama categories, including who we're rooting for, who's the most handsome Supporting Actor, and which shows have the best vibes.The Vulture article on Mark Mylod directing the Succession Season 3 Finale we mentioned: https://www.vulture.com/article/mark-mylod-succession-season-3-finale-interview.htmlFollow Mia on Twitter: @ameliamerr_Find us on Twitter: @inmyqueuepod • @adinaterrific • @karaaa_powellAnd on Instagram: @inmyqueuepod
As we gear up for the Booking Magnet LIVE 2022 Annual Actors Conference, I'm pleased to introduce you to Laura Niemi. Enjoy this interview and be sure to connect with us on social media to share your takeaways. Xo! - Christine Connect with Laura Niemi here: Instagram- lauraniemi Website- https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0631146/ About Laura… A native Angelino, Laura has been in the performing arts for over 30 years. She was selected at 9 years of age to study piano at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y and then her teenage years at The National Academy of Performing Arts in Los Angeles. As a musician she played bass alongside such bands as Marilyn Manson, Laundry and members of Tool. She is active in the theatre community having performed at The Geffen Playhouse, South Coast Rep and The Odyssey Theatre among others. She is the Artistic Director of Lost Angels Theatre Company which has garnered her many awards as both an actor as well as a producer. Best known for her performance as "Marilyn Pearson" on the NBC series "This Is Us (2016)". As the mother in Jack's (Milo Ventimiglia) struggling and dysfunctional working class family, her character gained recognition in the critically acclaimed season 3 episode "This Is Us: Vietnam (2018)", which landed Niemi an FYC Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series in 2019. She landed her first TV credit in Joss Whedon's "Firefly (2002)" and has been continuously working in television and film ever since. Join us at the BOOKING MAGNET LIVE 2022 - Actors Conference Learn more: https://bookingmagnetlive.com/ CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/actresschristinehorn/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/actresschristinehorn HBA Website: http://hollywoodboundactors.com/ My Official Website: http://christinehorn.com/ JOIN OUR HOLLYWOOD BOUND ACTORS ONLINE COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hollywoodboundactors/ JOIN OUR HOLLYWOOD BOUND ACTORS TEXT COMMUNITY: Text the word HBA to (470) 666-7011. Standard messaging and data rates apply. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-hollywood-bound-actor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-hollywood-bound-actor/support
We're back! Thanks for sticking with us and to show you our gratitude, we have a fantastic episode this month - none other than the Senior Producer at Big Finish, David Richardson! David joins us to discuss his beginnings as a freelance writer for Doctor Who Magazine among other publications, his 15 years and counting at Big Finish, and how a project goes from a great idea to a finished product. Then David brings us his Pick of the Month, the incredibly popular award-winning NBC family drama, This Is Us. We talk about what kept him glued to this show for 6 seasons, the differing popularity in the UK, and how if any show could change the world, this one might be it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctorwhoandcompany/support
C'est l'été, on vous propose le retour du petit module 10 Questions du Causeur avec 10 questions que l'on a posées à un ou une causeuse ou un.e invité.e. Aujourd'hui, nous accueillons Mélanie, qui nous avait rejoint pour parler de This Is Us. Son parcours est jalonné par les années 80, 90 et 2000 ! Twitter de Mélanie : https://twitter.com/abby_melanie Les 10 questions : 1-La série que tu regardes honteusement ? 2-La série que tout le monde regarde, sauf toi ? 3-La série que personne ne regarde, sauf toi ? 4-La série que tu as le plus revue ? 5-La série qui raconterait ta vie ? 6-Ta série d'enfance ? 7-La série qui te fait chialer ? 8-La série qui te fait rire ? 9-La série qui te fait dire que tu aurais pu faire mieux si tu étais le showrunner ? 10-La série que tu ne peux pas revoir ? N'hésitez pas à partager vos réponses !
As we gear up for the Booking Magnet LIVE 2022 Annual Actors Conference, I'm pleased to introduce you to Wendy Braun. Enjoy this interview and be sure to connect with us on social media to share your takeaways. Xo! - Christine Connect with Wendy Braun here: Instagram- actorinspirit / ms wendy braun Website- http://www.ActorInspiration.com / http://www.WendyBraun.com Twitter- actorinspirit / Wendy_Braun Facebook- http://www.facebook.com/ActorInspiration / https://www.facebook.com/wendy.braun.395 About Wendy… WENDY BRAUN BIO: Accomplished actress Wendy Braun is most recently known for her hilarious portrayal as the uptight but well-intentioned Kathy on four seasons of the celebrated Netflix series, Atypical. She's also appeared on dozens of hit shows including This Is Us, Grey's Anatomy, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Documentary Now, Liza On Demand, and Criminal Minds. With over 80 TV + Film credits, over 100 commercials + thousands of voiceovers, Wendy has combined decades of invaluable on-set experience with her passion for inspiring others. She's the CEO + founder of ActorInspiration.com, a top resource that's been providing practical advice and empowering tools to actors worldwide for over a decade. Wendy was recently featured in Forbes for her game-changing Success Breakthrough Workshop online course and powerful guided meditations that have helped thousands overcome obstacles and create success on their own terms. Authority Magazine declared Braun one of their “Inspirational Women in Hollywood,” and industry leaders have affirmed her as “a spiritual game-changer for creatives.” She also enjoys balancing career, motherhood + family with her husband and their two exuberantly active sons. To turn fear + self-doubt into confidence + ease in under 5 minutes before an audition or self-tape, get Wendy's Free Guided Meditation “Success In The Audition Room” at Actorinspiration.com/freegift Join us at the BOOKING MAGNET LIVE 2022 - Actors Conference Learn more: https://bookingmagnetlive.com/ CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/actresschristinehorn/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/actresschristinehorn HBA Website: http://hollywoodboundactors.com/ My Official Website: http://christinehorn.com/ JOIN OUR HOLLYWOOD BOUND ACTORS ONLINE COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hollywoodboundactors/ JOIN OUR HOLLYWOOD BOUND ACTORS TEXT COMMUNITY: Text the word HBA to (470) 666-7011. Standard messaging and data rates apply. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-hollywood-bound-actor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-hollywood-bound-actor/support
In this episode of This Is Us with Kei and Clyde, we look back on all of season 6. We recap each episode and talk about our favorite moments and your favorite episodes. And we respond to your comments.Share with friends. Subscribe. This Is Us podcast on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Two great TV series recently ended their runs with sobering story lines about aging. On Hot Media episode 333, host Bob Mann and his wife/co-host Cathy Lundquist discuss how Grace and Frankie and This Is Us handled the portrayal of caring for aging parents and partners. Please listen and subscribe.
Today Matilda and I are joined by the multi-talented Reggie Watkins, host of the podcast "I'm Probably Right," coach and so much more! Here's what you need to know about Reggie: Reggie Watkins was born and raised in San Jose, CA, and has been passionate about acting from the very start. He even performed in the Kids Skits Theater Company in Denver, CO, which gave him a solid foundation. Reggie later went on to play collegiate football as a wide receiver until a torn ACL ended his career at 21. No longer able to pursue that path, he moved to Los Angeles and fully committed to acting. Reggie's first "Hollywood" job was as a doorman at The World Famous Comedy Store, where he earned his stripes performing stand up with the likes of Dave Chappelle and Dane Cook. His first TV jobs were on the ABC Family series "Lincoln Heights," co-starring opposite the late Chadwick Boseman, and a commercial for Bud Light. Since then, Reggie has booked a stream of high-profile projects, including recurring roles on Amazon's critically acclaimed series "Bosch," NBC's smash hit "This Is Us," and a guest starring role on ABC's "The Rookie." Nov. 13th 2020 Reggie will appear as Sgt. Lawrence Sims in Activision's latest blockbuster, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Reggie also hosted his own sports podcast "Talkin Sports with The Franchise" and currently can be found on the Digital Podcast Network show, "Brothas on Football," providing an in-depth breakdown of the game.Reggie is a social activist as well. Inspired to take action during the civil unrest surrounding the killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, Reggie co-founded 'The Valley of Change,' a non-profit organization located in the San Fernando Valley, focused on community outreach and peaceful protests for real, systemic change. Reggie is represented theatrically by BRS-Gage, commercially by KMR, voice-over by Dean Panaro Talent and managed by Aligned Talent Group. Thank you for listening! Don't forget to subscribe on YouTube, set your notifications and follow our Facebook Page and Instagram for more content! Follow Hot Topics Live #Podcast on Instagram @hottopicsthepodcast and subscribe to the YouTube Channel, Hot Topics Live #Podcast. We appreciate your 5 star reviews on Apple Podcasts! You can watch the live podcast on Thursdays! Set your notifications to know when we are live. We live stream to Facebook and YouTube, and you can ask questions, comment and join the conversation. Catch up on all the episode videos on YouTube or on our Facebook page. ***Not all episodes are published in audio podcast format so be sure to check out YouTube or The Facebook page to see more episodes.
Everything is dark. I'm walking around on stage, selling the idea that I can't see anything. And it's giving me a golden opportunity to find the truth of the story. You see, I'm playing Carol, the lead in a play called Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer. In it, a sculptor and his fiancée (me) borrow expensive antique furniture from our out-of-town neighbors to try and impress an art collector. But then the power goes out (hence the black), and everything goes wrong (hence the comedy). What's really cool about the experience, though, is that the lighting is transposed. When the stage is lit, the cast is seemingly in darkness, and the characters can't see anything. But only when the stage goes dark can the characters finally be able to see themselves and their surroundings. This ended up being my favorite play to perform because I got to embody a character so far removed from what I'm used to. My special guest Brittany Ishibashi is no stranger to this experience. She lives her life immersed in story and has been a working actress since high school! In this episode, she and I talk about playing characters, effective elements to enhance storytelling, and discuss questions like: What's the inside-out vs. outside-in approach to playing a character, and why is it crucial to gaining audience empathy? Why is an audience of just one person all you really need? And how can you easily and effectively open a story? What you will learn in this episode: How characters and story (in all its forms) can truly change or save lives How to encourage the spirit of play in your life and business Why music is such a universal part of the human experience in storytelling Who is Brittany? Born in Orange County, California, Brittany Ishibashi was raised by musical parents. Seeing her love for the arts, they encouraged her to try out the different facets of the entertainment world. Her passion for musical theater emerged at a young age, and she became a triple threat in dance, music, and acting. Brittany got her first big break right after graduating from high school when she was cast on J.J. Abrams' Felicity. She continued her education in Theatre, Film, and Television at UCLA while establishing her career and has gone on to work consistently over the years on numerous TV series. She's been on shows such as This Is Us, Political Animals, Grey's Anatomy, Grace and Frankie, The Office, Supernatural, and more. Most recently, you can watch Brittany play the villainous Tina Minoru on Marvel's Runaways, Claire Cormier on the CW's Tom Swift, and Tamiko Masuda on CBS' Hawaii Five-0. She also played the villain Karai in Paramount's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Jeff, and their three children. Links and Resources: @BrittIshibashi on Instagram @BrittIshibashi on Twitter Storytelling School Website @storytellingschool on Instagram @storytellingSchool on Facebook
Summer is here and Season Two of SuperPsyched is a rap! I will be taking a brief break and, in all likelihood, return in late July or early August. To cap season two, I thought I would give a tip of the hat to one of the greatest TV shows in recent history: This Is Us. As a psychologist, I was taken by the show because so much of a human experience was captured in just six seasons. Please note: if you haven't seen the show, there are no spoilers here. All you will hear is a psychological analysis of this superb show as well as why you should consider watching it! Later this summer, I will be excited to begin Season Three and I promise some great episodes coming your way!
On this month's look into what's streaming in movies, TV and music, Clint reviews a new season of one blockbuster show and the final season of another, while Andy eulogizes Apple's iPod with mixed feelings on its legacy.TV Reviews: STRANGER THINGS season 4 (Netflix) and THIS IS US season 6 (NBC).Movie reviews: CHIP N DALE: RESCUE RANGERS (Disney+).Music reviews: Kendrick Lamar's MR. MORALE & THE BIG STEPPERS.We also add 5 more songs to the never-ending playlist, recommend 8 movies streaming on Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video and HBO Max, and induct another TV theme song into the Hall of Fame. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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While attending the ATX Television Festival earlier this month (June 2022), Pod Clubhouse had the opportunity to ask the casting director, Josh Einsohn, of This Is Us some questions about […] The post Exclusive Interview with This Is Us Casting Director Josh Einsohn appeared first on Pod Clubhouse.
On today's episode of The Think Courageously Podcast, I am joined by Kara Richardson Whitely, a plus-size adventurer, influencer and advisor. Kara is also the author of “Gorge: My Journey Up Kilimanjaro at 300 Pounds”, which is being made into a movie with “This Is Us'' actress Chrissy Metz producing and starring as her.For years, Kara received stunning travel catalogs in the mail. But as a plus size woman, she continually pushed off joy because of her limiting beliefs around her weight. The story she told herself was that she would become a legitimate hiker girl when she lost the weight. Today, we take listeners on a journey of courage and small pivots. She candidly shares her life-long challenges with binge eating and the inner work she has done to love herself just as she is. This book is so much more than a travel memoir. Kara actually made three trips up Mount Kilimanjaro. Each trip led her closer down the path of self-acceptance and self-love. The book is the story of her personal transformation.By having the courage to face her challenges, Kara has found a bigger purpose in her life…to advocate for size-inclusion with major brands. Kara is a contributor to Backpacker and Outside Business Journal. She has helped brands such as L.L. Bean, KEEN and Discover Puerto Rico connect with plus-size audiences. She has presented for companies around the globe including Columbia Sportswear, Google, Pfizer, Smuckers Co. Uber, Dartmouth and Purdue. She has been featured in countless media outlets such as The New York Times, Good Morning America, The Today Show, She Explores and more.You can learn more about Kara at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kara-richardson-whitely-a891b58/https://email@example.com
Alvin Cowan is a veteran actor, writer, and producer from Austin, Texas, who has worked with legends like Clint Eastwood, James Caan, Bradley Cooper and Bruce Willis. Alvin has a passion for sports, and his football prowess led him to become a record-setting quarterback at Yale, where he was inducted onto the All-Era Team. He then briefly played professional football with both the NFL and AFL.After his athletic career, he moved to LA, where he landed a breakout recurring role in ABC's “Back In The Game” followed quickly by a supporting role in Clint Eastwood's “American Sniper.” He recently appeared on Season 2 of HBO's critically-acclaimed series, “Westworld,” and had a recurring role in Seasons 3 and 5 of Emmy-nominated “This Is Us.” He will next be seen in the highly-anticipated indie, “International Falls,” alongside Rachael Harris and Rob Huebel and guest starring in the final season of the AMC hit, “Better Call Saul.” You can reach Alvin here: https://twitter.com/Alvincowansimpaticomedia.xyz
This week on #WhatchaWatchinWednesday, we have a feature a special guest. ‘This Is Us' star, Jon Huertas, joins us to talk about his character Miguel Rivas, the bittersweet ending to the series and some of his future projects.
This Is Us Too Hosts Mary & Blake chat about the This Is Us series finale episode 6.18 -"Us". In this episode, Mary gives a version of her personal story you have all been waiting for. We also discuss why it's ok we didn't see the eulogies, why this episode could lead to a new model for finales, and we say goodbye in a way ONLY This Is Us Too could end. Don't miss it... __ A note from Mary & Blake: This podcast started at nothing and grew into one of our most treasured times together as a couple. We are so thankful that you have chosen to share your time and your investment into this story with us. Somehow the Pearsons became a member of our little family, and we would like to think that you are all part of our family too. We are humbled and honored by your time with us and we hope you have enjoyed listening to this podcast as much as we have making it. Always remember - "if something makes you sad when it ends, it must have been pretty wonderful when it was happening." This Was Us Too. UNLOCK BONUS EPISODES, PREMIUM PODCASTS & MORE SUBSCRIBE TO GET NOTIFICATIONS WHEN NEW EPISODES ARE RELEASED CONNECT WITH THE SHOW Like Us On Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Follow Us On Instagram | Join Our Facebook Group | Join the #NerdClan CHECK OUT THE BEST MERCH ON THE PLANET AT – THE MARY & BLAKE STORE Shop for all of our podcasts, sayings, and listener inspired designs in one easy place. Be sure to follow all of our other podcasts at MaryandBlake.com including: This Is Us Too: A This Is Us Podcast The MCU Diaries: Essays On Marvel Television Podcast Bridgerton With Mary & Blake: A Bridgerton Podcast Keep Calm And Crown On: The Crown Podcast Minute With Mary: A Younique Network Marketing Podcast Rise Up!: A Hamilton Podcast The Leftovers Podcast: The Living Reminders The North Remembers: A Game Of Thrones Podcast Wicked Rhody: A Podcast About Rhode Island Events and Life You've Been Gilmored: A Gilmore Girls Podcast ParentCast: A Podcast For New Parents Outlander Cast: An Outlander Podcast The Potterverse: A Harry Potter Podcast The Last Kingdom With Mary & Blake: A Podcast For The Last Kingdom Check out all of our blogs at MaryandBlake.com including: Mary & Blake's Blog The MCU Diaries The Handmaid's Diaries Minute With Mary Outlander Cast Blog SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST Apple Podcasts| Google Play Music | Stitcher | YouTube | Spotify | iHeartRadio This episode of This Is Us Too is brought to you by Minute With Mary For 15% off the featured Minute With Mary product this month, please click here For 10% off any Minute With Mary purchase, be sure to join the #NerdClan HERE Want to Take Control of your financial freedom and business? You can be your own boss. Arrange your life to be creative and accountable to what really matters to you. Maybe it's business. Maybe it's family. You'll have the time. Mary has the tools for you. I has the training tips for you. She will be with you every step of the way. But being you is all it takes. Start your Younique business today HERE A huge thank you to all of our members at the #NERDCLAN for helping to make this podcast possible. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS Tara, SuzyQ, Joanne Felci, Nadra Assaf, Siobhan M. O'Connor, Katy Valentine, Maryanne St. Laurent, Sara Zoknoen, MD, Martha, Anne Gavin, Bobbi Franchella, Dana Mott-Bronson, Kirstie Wilson CO - PRODUCERS Kris Palmisano, Hannah Sage, Peg Rogers, Kristina Mann, Candace Galbraith, Jennifer L. Dominick, Tina Schneider, Sharon Stevenson-Kelley, Barbara Falk, Keelin Dawe, Meredith Bustillo, ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS Louan, Laura Dassrath, Suzanne Moss, The Three Of Us Cosplay, Sarah Dietderich, Brenda Lowrie, Dianna Anderson, Stephanie Holm, Tracy Enos, Shonna Chapman, Dianne Karpowicz, Candy Hartsock, Carolyn Needham, Tamra Steele, Angie Leith, Karen Snelling, Christine Milleker, Marilyn L. Neenan CLICK HERE to join the #NERDCLAN This Is Us: 6.18 - "Us" | Recap And Review
Hey Cinebuns! Welcome to Film Queens, a podcast where two sisters gush over all things movies and TV shows! In today's episode we discuss This Is Us series finale & the entirety of the show!! We give general, non-spoiler thoughts at the beginning and then we warn you when we begin deep diving into season by season spoilers! Then we wrap it up at the end with our thoughts on the finale, side characters, and our favorite moments from the show. We'd love to know your thoughts if you've seen it, we'll have a post on our Instagram where you can chat about the show we discussed today and also let us know some underrated films you love that you think we should check out, our username is @filmqueenspodcast or you can shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find us on social media here: Rachel: Instagram Youtube Letterboxd Gabby: Instagram YouTube Letterboxd _______________________ Intro music is from Epidemic Sound
This Is Us Too Hosts Mary & Blake chat about the This Is Us series finale episode 6.18 -"Us". In this episode, Mary gives a version of her personal story you have all been waiting for. We also discuss why it's ok we didn't see the eulogies, why this episode could lead to a new model for finales, and we say goodbye in a way ONLY This Is Us Too could end. Don't miss it...
Cue the water-works as Joe and Fran watch the iconic and emotional show This Is Us. Joe is stretched to his emotional limits and Fran shares why she thinks this is one of the best shows of all time. Joe also shares some of his thoughts and experiences following the recent shooting in Texas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Neste episódio, Erlan Tostes recebe Rodrigo Bibo e Laura Cibulska para conversar sobre uma das séries mais aclamadas dos últimos tempos: This Is Us, que chegou ao final em 2022. O conteúdo de Ovelhas Elétricas 035 – This is Us é uma produção do Bibotalk - Teologia é nosso esporte!.
Welcome, welcome, one and all to your Queerly Recommended meal of the week! As a little aperitif, we begin with a discussion of the corporatization of Pride. Following this is a starter of listener questions…as well as other questions! Is Kris a people pleaser? Who was the first lesfic author Tara and Kris met? We have a relaxing deconstruction of 80s fashion trends, an out-of-left-field callout on megahit and media darling, This Is Us, and Kris processes her toxic relationship with Survivor. Finally, it's main course time, and we have our official recommendations! If you enjoy this episode, please consider buying Kris & Tara a Ko-fi! Transcript coming soon Official Recommendations This week, Kris brings us the comedic drama 4th Man Out, where a working-class car mechanic makes the jump to come out to his best friends and live the life he's always wanted. Tara's pick this week is the 1968 documentary, The Queen. If you care about the history of drag and queer culture, you'll want to watch, as it covers the 1967 Miss All-America Camp Beauty Contest and the contestants involved. It even includes one of the most iconic reads of all time. Works/People Discussed Stranger Things Season Four (Netflix) The Lincoln Lawyer (Netflix) The Staircase (HBO Max) Survivor (CBS) RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars Season 7 Heartstopper (Netflix) Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022) Grey Gardens (1975) Derry Girls (Channel 4) Paris is Burning (1990) Listen to the episode Check out this clip
Spring-boarding from a recent, This Is Us episode, on Mother Daughter Connections™ today I share: The 3 Things my mom drilled into me How I responded to those messages from my mom. The 3 Things I have drilled into our twin daughters & how they have responded to those messages. WHAT DID YOUR MOTHER "DRILL" INTO YOU? Let me know. WRITE TO ME AT: Dr.Deering@CurativeConnections.com ________________________________________________________________ CELEBRATE THIS PODCAST Help It Reach 100 Reviews!!! CLICK 5-STARS on iTunes AND WRITING A BRIEF REVIEW (& I'll give you a personal Shout-Out an upcoming episode!!) Let's Stay Connected :) Dr. Michelle Deering PS: And if you'd like to CONNECT WITH ME, you can do so THROUGH THESE RESOURCES: PDF:The Quick Guide To Lessen Arguments With Your Daughter Book:What Mothers Never Tell Their Daughters: 5 Keys To Building Trust, Restoring Connection, & Strengthening Relationships Online Course:www.GetYourDaughterTalkingNow.com Individual Consultation Services:Apply to The Life Mirror Remedy® Program (TLMR®) ©Dr. Michelle Deering | All rights reserved.
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. Last week marked the series finale of This Is Us. After 6 seasons, we've said goodbye to the Pearsons. Joining me again this week to say goodbye to one of our favorite show is Beverly Andre. Beverley is a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist, relationship coach, and the founder of BeHeart Counseling Services. She and I chatted about our expectations for this season, some of our favorite Beth & Randall moments, and the absolute beauty of The Train episode. Resources Visit our Amazon Store for all the books mentioned on the podcast! Check out Beverley on Session 193 of the podcast discussing Married At First Sight & This Is Us. Check out Beverley on Session 208 of the podcast discussing the Season 12 finale of Married At First Sight. Check out Beverley on Session 251 of the podcast discussing Season 2 of Love Is Blind. Where to Find Beverley http://www.beverleyandre.com http://www.beheartcounseling.com Facebook: @BeverleyAndreLMFT Instagram: @BeverleyAndre_ Twitter: @BeverleyAndre_ Stay Connected Is there a topic you'd like covered on the podcast? Submit it at therapyforblackgirls.com/mailbox. If you're looking for a therapist in your area, check out the directory at https://www.therapyforblackgirls.com/directory. Take the info from the podcast to the next level by joining us in the Therapy for Black Girls Sister Circle community.therapyforblackgirls.com Grab your copy of our guided affirmation and other TBG Merch at therapyforblackgirls.com/shop. The hashtag for the podcast is #TBGinSession. Make sure to follow us on social media: Twitter: @therapy4bgirls Instagram: @therapyforblackgirls Facebook: @therapyforblackgirls Our Production Team Executive Producers: Dennison Bradford & Maya Cole Howard Producers: Fredia Lucas, Ellice Ellis, & Cindy Okereke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Demi returns to America; The Wire turns 20; This Is Us series finale reviewed; Lil Nas X is snubbed; Ray's Sister has a rap beef; Jada addresses The Slap; Vivica addresses Jada addressing the slap, The Aunjanue has an “I Am…” moment. Follow me: IG: demetriallucas. Twitter: demetriallucas. FB: demetriallucas. YouTube: demetriallucas. More about the Show: Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: http://bit.ly/RatchetRespectablePodcast. Thanks to our sponsors: Start your 100-day trial and shop the entire Away lineup of travel essentials, including their best-selling suitcases at awaytravel.com/ratchet. Get started at chime.com/ratchet. Find your inner detective -- Download June's Journey free today on the Apple App Store or Google Play! Go to iwilife.com/ratchet and use code ratchet to save 30% on your first purchase of any iwi product. Listen to CALL ME CURIOUS on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, or wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This Is Us Too Hosts Mary & Blake chat about the This Is Us series finale episode 6.18 -"Us". In this episode, Mary and Blake discuss why this episode is one GIANT bookend to the series, why some people's reactions might be colored by their loss -- or still present -- of a parent, and a listener literally blows Blake's doors off... UNLOCK BONUS EPISODES, PREMIUM PODCASTS & MORE SUBSCRIBE TO GET NOTIFICATIONS WHEN NEW EPISODES ARE RELEASED CONNECT WITH THE SHOW Like Us On Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Follow Us On Instagram | Join Our Facebook Group | Join the #NerdClan CHECK OUT THE BEST MERCH ON THE PLANET AT – THE MARY & BLAKE STORE Shop for all of our podcasts, sayings, and listener inspired designs in one easy place. Be sure to follow all of our other podcasts at MaryandBlake.com including: This Is Us Too: A This Is Us Podcast The MCU Diaries: Essays On Marvel Television Podcast Bridgerton With Mary & Blake: A Bridgerton Podcast Keep Calm And Crown On: The Crown Podcast Minute With Mary: A Younique Network Marketing Podcast Rise Up!: A Hamilton Podcast The Leftovers Podcast: The Living Reminders The North Remembers: A Game Of Thrones Podcast Wicked Rhody: A Podcast About Rhode Island Events and Life You've Been Gilmored: A Gilmore Girls Podcast ParentCast: A Podcast For New Parents Outlander Cast: An Outlander Podcast The Potterverse: A Harry Potter Podcast The Last Kingdom With Mary & Blake: A Podcast For The Last Kingdom Check out all of our blogs at MaryandBlake.com including: Mary & Blake's Blog The MCU Diaries The Handmaid's Diaries Minute With Mary Outlander Cast Blog SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST Apple Podcasts| Google Play Music | Stitcher | YouTube | Spotify | iHeartRadio This episode of This Is Us Too is brought to you by Minute With Mary For 15% off the featured Minute With Mary product this month, please click here For 10% off any Minute With Mary purchase, be sure to join the #NerdClan HERE Want to Take Control of your financial freedom and business? You can be your own boss. Arrange your life to be creative and accountable to what really matters to you. Maybe it's business. Maybe it's family. You'll have the time. Mary has the tools for you. I has the training tips for you. She will be with you every step of the way. But being you is all it takes. Start your Younique business today HERE A huge thank you to all of our members at the #NERDCLAN for helping to make this podcast possible. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS Tara, SuzyQ, Joanne Felci, Nadra Assaf, Siobhan M. O'Connor, Katy Valentine, Maryanne St. Laurent, Sara Zoknoen, MD, Martha, Anne Gavin, Bobbi Franchella, Dana Mott-Bronson, Kirstie Wilson CO - PRODUCERS Kris Palmisano, Hannah Sage, Peg Rogers, Kristina Mann, Candace Galbraith, Jennifer L. Dominick, Tina Schneider, Sharon Stevenson-Kelley, Barbara Falk, Keelin Dawe, Meredith Bustillo, ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS Louan, Laura Dassrath, Suzanne Moss, The Three Of Us Cosplay, Sarah Dietderich, Brenda Lowrie, Dianna Anderson, Stephanie Holm, Tracy Enos, Shonna Chapman, Dianne Karpowicz, Candy Hartsock, Carolyn Needham, Tamra Steele, Angie Leith, Karen Snelling, Christine Milleker, Marilyn L. Neenan CLICK HERE to join the #NERDCLAN This Is Us: 6.18 - "Us" | Recap And Review
This Is Us Too Hosts Mary & Blake chat about the This Is Us series finale episode 6.18 -"Us". In this episode, Mary and Blake discuss why this episode is one GIANT bookend to the series, why some people's reactions might be colored by their loss -- or still present -- of a parent, and a listener literally blows Blake's doors off...
This week, the hosts put a button on the series, "This is Us" with special guest, Sara Fergenson (@sarafergenson). The post This is Us | This Was Us: Feedback Special appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
Sometimes we are so busy looking toward where we are going or where we have been that we miss the glory of the present moment. Listen to this podcast to learn how to be more present in your life and access all that is possible, including more joy, less stress, and more success!
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This week, the hosts recap the series finale of "This is Us," 'Us.' The post This is Us | Series Finale Recap, ‘Us' appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
An update on the mass shooting at Uvalde elementary school yesterday and reactions. The finale of "This Is Us" aired last night. Did we like the ending? Am I the Asshat for bragging about me being multilingual when my fiancé made fun of my accent?
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True hall-of-famer and one of the nicest and most vibrant guests we've had on the show, yes, folks, today, we're talking to Danielle Pinnock! You've seen her in everything from This Is Us to Get Shorty (the great TV version with Chris O'Dowd) to Young Sheldon, and of course, as one of the stars of the hit CBS show Ghosts! We talk a lot about Philly clubs, church candy, dating in the UK and how that led to her meeting her husband and SO much more! PLUS, obvi, we answer YOUR advice questions! If you'd like to ask advice questions, call 323-524-7839 and leave a VM or just DM us on IG or Twitter! Also, support the show on Patreon or with a t-shirt (or a Jewboo shirt) and watch us every once in a while on Twitch or check out clips on YouTube! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.