THE HANDMAID’S TALE: Series creator Bruce Miller talks about the hit Hulu series – Exclusive Interview

THE HANDMAID'S TALE - Season 3 poster| ©2019 Hulu

THE HANDMAID’S TALE, which just premiered its third season on Hulu, has been a phenomenon. Adapted from Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel, THE HANDMAID’S TALE in its first became the first series on a streaming service to win Emmys for Outstanding Drama, Outstanding Lead Actress (Elisabeth Moss as June/Offred), Outstanding Supporting Actress (Ann Dowd as Aunt Lydia), Outstanding Direction (Reed Morano), Outstanding Writing, Outstanding Guest Actress (Alexis Bledel as Emily/Ofglen), and Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary or Fantasy Program. The second season brought two more Emmy wins (Guest Actress for Samira Wiley, Outstanding Editing, and a second win for […]Read On »

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DORKING OUT – Episode 13: The Bridget Jones’ Emmy and How to Win Your Own Edition

Dorking Out Show | © 2016 Chris Smith/Sonia Mansfield

Hey there, dorks. In this week’s episode we wade through the Emmys aftermath. In the era of Peak TV, how do you honor all the great shows that deserved to be honored? We talk about the winners, losers and more. Plus, Chris gets to brag about his Emmy wins. He talks about what it is like to be nominated and win an Emmy, as well as what it is like to attend the award show. We also review the final installment one of the most important trilogies of the 2000. No, not that one. No, not that one, either. We […]Read On »

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DORKING OUT – Episode 4: The Bustin’ Makes Us Feel Good Edition

Dorking Out Show | © 2016 Chris Smith/Sonia Mansfield

Hey there, dorks. We review the new “Ghostbusters,” and reveal whether our childhoods have been ruined. Plus, Chris gushes about the book, “The Fifty-Year Mission: The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History Of Star Trek: The First 25 Years.” One of Chris and Sonia’s oldest friends, Aaron Rice, also known as Dorking Out’s senior youth correspondent, stops by and explains Pokemon Go, because kids these days, amirite? All of that, plus our favorite headlines of the week, including the Emmy nominations and “Die Hard” director John McTiernan weird anti-Captain America rant. For links to all the headlines we discussed plus the […]Read On »

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POP SHOW PODCAST – Episode 3: Archie V. SHARKNADO

The Pop Show Podcast | © 2015 AssignmentX

Welcome to Episode 3 of the POP SHOW PODCAST starring Anthony C. Ferrante, director of the SHARKNADO franchise including SHARKNADO 3: OH HELL NO! debuting on the SyFy channel on July 22 at 9:00 PM. This week the podcast looks at the upcoming comic book Archie Vs. Sharknado and how Anthony went about writing the comic. Anthony also gives details into how the DVD and Blu-ray versions of SHARKNADO differ from what is aired on SyFy. The gang then gets into an interesting conversion about Emmy nominations and the madness behind the photos of Pluto. Grab a cold one, this one gets nuts at the end. […]Read On »

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TV Review: HOMELAND – Season 2 – “The Smile” – Season Premiere

Claire Danes and Damian Lewis in HOMELAND - Season 2 | ©2012 Showtime/Nadav Kander

Stars: Claire Danes, Damian Lewis, Mandy Patinkin, Morena Baccarin, David Harewood, Jackson Pace, Morgan Saylor Writers: Howard Gordon & Alex Ganza, developed for American television by Howard Gordon & Alex Ganza, based on the series HATUFIM created by Gideon Raff Director: Michael Cuesta Network: Showtime, Sundays @ 10 PM Original Telecast: September 30, 2012 HOMELAND enters its second season with the high-class problem of having to live up the shadow cast by all the Emmy statuettes it picked up a week earlier for Best Drama, Best Actress in a Drama, Best Actor in a Drama, etc. Fortunately and unsurprisingly, Season […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Edward Asner joins the WORKING CLASS

Ed Asner in WORKING CLASS - Season 1 | ©2011 CMT

On CMT’s half-hour comedy WORKING CLASS (airing Friday nights), seven-time Emmy Award winner Edward Asner plays Frank, a grocery store butcher who is gruff and blunt. In real life, Asner is cordial and thoughtful, but he still speaks his mind, as he has all his life. Pretty much anyone who has ever watched television remembers Asner as Lou Grant, who started out as the heroine’s boss on THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW and then, when that series’ seven-season run ended, moved over to his own hour-long newsroom drama, LOU GRANT. What many may not remember is how and why LOU […]Read On »

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