The iconic performances in Goodfellas, Scent of a Woman, Forrest Gump, The Devil Wears Prada, Wolf of Wall Street and close to 70 other films have one thing in common - renowned casting director Ellen Lewis.
Lisa Belkin, author of the gripping book Show Me A Hero: A Tale of Murder, Suicide, Race and Redemption discusses the events behind the hit TV show of the same name.
We speak to Aasif Mandvi about what The Daily Show, and Jon Stewart, has meant to him personally and on a larger scale – geopolitics in comedy today. We also speak to Amy Mitchell of the Pew Research Center in Washington, Department of Journalism, on the impact and influence of The Daily Show.
From the unbelievable finale of The Jinx, to the electricity of Empire - and looking forward - will True Detective season two live up the acclaimed first season? Time Magazine’s James Poniewozik gives us the lay of the TV land.
Kevin McEnroe, son of tennis legend John McEnroe and actress Tatum O’Neal, talks to Pop Culture Confidential about his book, how writing it was a very personal turning point and how his grandmother saved his life.
We speak to Slate culture critic June Thomas on the shift in Hollywood in representing the trans experience, plus we go inside Inside Amy Schumer with writer/producer Kim Caramele.
This David Letterman special dives into his 30+ year career and the moments that have made it so influential for pop culture.
Whether it’s from Westeros or Stockholm, all roads can lead to Hollywood. In this episode we discuss Game of Thrones, The Comedians, Bosch and much more.
We dive into the intersection of politics and pop culture - from Saturday Night Live, to the White House Correspondence Dinner.
Exploring the Church of Scientology’s reaction to the revealing new documentary ‘Going Clear’ and diving head first into the world of sex, drugs and classic music of ‘Mozart in the Jungle’.