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Millions of Screens, IndieWire’s brand new TV podcast, provides an inside look at the TV industry, sharing conversations based in IndieWire’s original reporting, breaking down that ever-elusive Hollywood buzz about town, and highlighting thoughtful analysis of the best and most impactful series you’re watching right now. Hosted by TV Awards Editor Libby Hill, TV Deputy Editor Ben Travers, and Creative Producer Leo Garcia.
 
TURN IT ON with Michael Schneider is a weekly dive into what's new and what's now in TV -- no matter what you're watching or where you're watching it. Each episode features interviews with producers, reviews, essays on the latest buzz and trends, plus a roundup of what's premiering and what's returning over the coming week. With an enormous amount of choices overwhelming even the most sophisticated viewer, TURN IT ON is a must-listen for TV fans looking to make sense of what to watch and whe ...
 
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From the energetic (if not groundbreaking) Biz Markie tribute to Conan O’Brien’s devil-may-care anarchistic shenanigans, Ben, Libby, and Leo look back on the biggest surprises from Sunday’s Emmy telecast. Which is to say nothing of Netflix’s record-tying 44 Emmy victories, including “The Crown” sweeping the seven Drama categories. Plus, very quick …
 
On this week’s episode, Leo and Libby talk through their predictions for the Limited Series categories at this year’s Emmys, primarily focusing on whether Netflix’s “The Queen’s Gambit” has retained its pole position after an excellent Creative Arts Emmy haul of nine awards in 10 nominations. Plus, Leo announces the renewal of Hulu’s “Only Murders …
 
On this week's episode, Ben and Libby lock in their predictions for the Drama categories at this year's Emmys. Is anyone outside of Gillian Anderson a lock for an acting award? Can Netflix finally earn the Outstanding Drama Series it's been seeking with "The Crown?" Plus, Ben walks us through the return of FX's "What We Do In The Shadows" and the d…
 
On this week's episode, Ben and Libby lock in their predictions for the Comedy and Variety categories at this year's Emmys. Which of the Hannahs will take Supporting Actress in a Comedy? Can Brett Goldstein avoid any vote splitting issues to take Supporting Actor? Can anything stop Apple TV+'s "Ted Lasso" from taking the top prize? Plus, Ben walks …
 
He’s here, he’s there, he’s our guest on the podcast this week: Brett Goldstein, aka Roy Kent on Apple TV+‘s “Ted Lasso.” Brett walks Libby, Ben, and Leo through Roy Kent’s journey from script to screen in Season 2, from the Zoom writers’ room to a version of Roy searching for purpose in a world without football/soccer. Additionally, we make Brett …
 
On this week’s episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo welcome Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs, and Jen Statsky, aka the co-creators of HBO Max’s “Hacks,” onto the pod to discuss joke writing during a pandemic, monster truck rallys, and Best Supporting Actress nominee Hannah Einbinder’s massive hands. Plus, Ben gives us his one-minute revi…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo tackle the Comedy categories and talk about Hulu's 'Pen15' and HBO Max's 'Hacks' and whether there are viable routes to victory outside of Best Comedy Series and the acting categories. Plus, Ben luxuriates in the news that 'The White Lotus' has been renewed for a second season at HB…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo discuss HBO's "The White Lotus," the six-episode limited series from creator Mike White. Additionally, Ben celebrates the announcement of the Season 3 renewal of "Tuca & Bertie" at Adult Swim, Libby wonders aloud if the $450 million Amazon is supposedly spending on "Lord of the Ring…
 
On this week’s episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo talk about the return of Apple TV+’s “Ted Lasso,” in the wake of the 20 Emmy nominations it earned for its debut season. Additionally, Libby and Leo discuss how an added component to the second season dovetails with the recent high profile sports news surrounding Simone Biles and Na…
 
On this week’s episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo discuss the category fraud that is Disney+’s “Hamilton” occupying seven acting slots and a directing spot in Limited Series or TV Movie categories, when it is, in fact, neither. Just how can a stage show filmed in 2016 earn so many nominations for television in 2021? Additionally, B…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben and Libby break down what they see as the locks for potential nominations in the Emmy races for Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Drama Series, and Outstanding Limited Series. Additionally, the hosts all dive into the teaser trailer for Season 3 of HBO's "Succession." Learn more about your ad …
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo discuss how Marvel has eschewed the typical moniker of showrunner for its first three series in favor of head writer for Jac Schaeffer ("WandaVision"), Malcolm Spellman ("The Falcon and the Winter Soldier"), and Michael Waldron ("Loki"). How has this change affected these first MCU …
 
He’s back. The action maestro behind “Fast Five” and “Fast & Furious 6” returns to the franchise that was never the same without him. While on the podcast, Justin talked about what it’s actually like to direct big action scenes that are being shot thousands miles away, while he’s on a soundstage with the Vin Diesel and the cast, and how he integrat…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo are joined by William Jackson Harper of Amazon's "The Underground Railroad" to discuss hopping from the set of "The Good Place" to Barry Jenkins' epic series, improvising in Shakespearean vernacular, and acting opposite the revelatory Thuso Mbedu. Additionally, Ben, Libby, and Leo t…
 
On this bonus episode of Millions of Screens, Rob McElhenney, the star/co-creator of Apple TV+'s "Mythic Quest," stops by to chat about comedy vs. drama, his unique relationship with fellow showrunner Megan Ganz, and the feedback he’d get from the writers’ rooms of "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men" about "It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia." Also, Rob tu…
 
One of the three co-creators of the new HBO Max series “Hacks,” Aniello also directed six of the 10 episodes (including the first three) and together with cinematographer Adam Bricker employed a purposeful and effective use of the camera so sorely missing from most half-hour comedy series. On the podcast Lucia discusses casting a non-standup in Jea…
 
The “In the Heights” director on his original pitch to Lin-Manuel Miranda to direct his Tony award winning musical. We break down the opening number, the “When the Sun Goes Down” dance up the side of the building, and Jon’s distinct use of movement. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo are joined by Seth Meyers of NBC's "Late Night with Seth Meyers" to discuss what he's going to miss most about not having an audience, producing Peacock's "A.P. Bio," and, most importantly, what his favorite Billy Joel song is. Additionally, Ben, Libby, and Leo talk about series and…
 
On this week’s episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo are thrilled to be joined by Hannah Waddingham and Juno Temple of ‘Ted Lasso’ fame to talk about Rebecca and Keeley’s relationship, breaking on set, and how thrilled they are to be at the employ of real feminists Jason Sudeikis, Bill Lawrence, Joe Kelly, and Brendan Hunt. Additional…
 
The “P-Valley” showrunner talks about growing up in Memphis and how going to strip clubs informed how her Starz TV series celebrates the culture and art form of stripping. Hall discussed how she was inspired by Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight” and used color light to capture the beauty of her casts’ dark skin tones. The playwright-turned-TV creator also …
 
"Mare of Easttown" "Philly D.A." IndieWire Awards Spotlight On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo go way long on the finale of HBO's "Mare of Easttown" in a spolier-laden chat about the limited series' finale. Additionally, Ben takes a trek to another part of Delaware County and walks Libby and Leo through "Philly D.A.,…
 
Co-star Anna Konkle talks about the "half-therapy, half-masochist" process of reliving her middle school years through her "Pen15" character, writing the incredible “Vendy Wiccany" (witch) episode, and working with her 13 year-old stars. And at the 27:26 mark, co-creator Sam Zvibleman, who directed all seven episodes of Season 2A, joins the podcast…
 
How did creator and star Michaela Coel make “I May Destroy You”? We go inside her process with two close collaborators, as we discuss Coel stepping into the role of Arabella through costume, visually adapting her 12 brilliant scripts, capturing the spirit of East London, the constantly evolving rewrite process, and that surreal final episode. Learn…
 
"Friends" "In Treatment" "Master of None" "Mare of Easttown" On this week’s episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo discuss the return of three shows long off the air (or assumed never to return) in the long-delayed “Friends” reunion from HBO Max (00:40), the soft reboot/fourth season of HBO’s “In Treatment,” (09:12) and the Bergman-ins…
 
McQueen and Kirchner go inside how they created the magic of the “Lovers Rock” dance scenes, how McQueen’s own life was saved by the heroic mothers featured in “Education,” the fight to shoot 16mm, and how they approached making 5 individual movies in this remarkable anthology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Libby and Leo are joined by Amber Ruffin, host of Peacock's "The Amber Ruffin Show," as well as writer/performer on "Late Night With Seth Meyers." Among the topics discussed: transitioning from improv to late night, writing on "Detroiters" with Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson, and making margaritas wit…
 
Barry Jenkins returns to the podcast with his long-time cinematographer James Laxton to discuss their epic journey in shooting all 10 episodes of the Amazon Original Series “Underground Railroad.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesโดย Chris O'Falt
 
On this week's episode, Ben, Libby, and Leo talk about the state of comedy, what with the debut of HBO Max's "Hacks," the return of Apple TV+'s "Mythic Quest," and the upcoming finale of FX on Hulu's "Breeders." Do any of these shows have a chance to topple Apple TV+'s "Ted Lasso?" And just what is it about second seasons that makes that the sweet …
 
On this week’s episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo talk about the return of Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” and how the streamer plans to balance ending June’s story in a satisfying way, while still keeping viewers enticed for Margaret Atwood’s follow-up series, “The Testaments.” Additionally, Leo updates his weekly Murder Power Rankin…
 
On this week’s episode, Ben, Libby, and Leo go long on three topics: Sunday’s Oscars, the finale of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” and the second episode of “Mare of Easttown.” First, Ben discusses his C+ review of Sunday’s Academy Awards and how successful producers Steven Soderbergh, Jesse Collins, and Stacey Sher were at re-inventing the a…
 
On this week’s episode of Millions of Screens, Ben leads a spoiler-free discussion about HBO’s newest limited series, “Mare of Easttown,” which stars Kate Winslet as a hardscrabble detective in a small Pennsylvania town investigating a local murder while trying to keep her life from falling apart. Amongst the topics discussed: Ben talks about his i…
 
On this week’s Millions of Screens, Libby, Ben, and Leo talk through the results of this past weekend’s DGA Awards and where that leaves the various races for the fall’s Emmy ceremony. Additionally, Ben regales Leo and Libby with just what HBO Max’s “The Nevers” is, which is to say not a Victorian superhero team. And finally, Ben and Libby, each fr…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben and Libby discuss the current craze of shows deliberately starting in medias res sometimes to the detriment of the narrative itself. Additionally, Libby walks us through the results from the SAG Awards, Ben and Leo somehow agree on Disney+'s 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,' and Executive Editor…
 
On this week’s episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo go long on the release of ‘Godzilla vs. Kong,’ the latest movie in Warner Bros. MonsterVerse, and ponder how TV contributes to the burgeoning trend of cinematic universes — some of which even extend to TV (like ‘WandaVision’ and ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’). Additionally, Li…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo break down the current state of HBO Max roughly 10 months after its rocky launch. With the streamer three months into its cinematic day-and-date experiment and having just released The Snyder Cut, it seems like positive buzz is on the upswing. Additionally, Ben walks us through his …
 
On this week’s episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo talk about the spate of news seeing filmmakers signing on for limited series on streaming platforms, most notably Barry Jenkins’ ‘The Underground Railroad’ on Amazon Prime Video and Rian Johnson’s ‘Poker Face’ on Peacock. What does this recent development mean for the already blurre…
 
On this week’s podcast, Ben, Libby, and Leo come to the stark realization that they’ve been working from home for an entire year. What lessons can be gleaned from this pandemic television year? Streaming is thriving now, but will it continue? Are awards shows irrelevant? Is the era of Peak TV over? Answers to all those questions, plus Ben and Libby…
 
“Why shouldn’t films look like this?” asks director Emerald Fennell, who believes diverse storytelling doesn’t just open the door to different stories and characters, but a diversity of craft. In talking about the colorful world she built around Cassie (Carrie Mulligan), Fennell breaks down how she constructed a film that tackles difficult issues i…
 
What Does a Childhood Memory Look and Sound Like? That's a question we explore with the "Minari" director, who revisited his memories of growing up on an Arkansas family farm in the 1980s to make this film. And for the second half of the podcast Isaac and I welcome his composer Emile Mosseri into the conversation to discuss their collaboration. Lea…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo talk about the televised disaster that was the 78th Annual Golden Globes. From winners being left on mute to awkward forced Zoom hangouts, the Globes seemed like they were aiming to make themselves irrelevant in the wake of recent allegations of racism and financial impropriety. (Th…
 
What does it feel like when your relationship to the world around you suddenly changes? Riz and Darius talk about the unique subjective experience they crafted for the audience as Ruben (Ahmed) looses his hearing, and the immersive way they shot ‘Sound of Metal.’ From putting mics down Riz’s throat, to learning drums, to the fascinating way sound d…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Libby, Ben, and Leo dig into some predictions for this Sunday's Golden Globes, but not before discussing the L.A. Times' reporting about just how corrupt (not to mention white) the 87-member H.F.P.A. happens to be. From paid trips to France to visit the set of multiple nominee 'Emily in Paris' to shock…
 
Zhao and Richards talk about how their process and filmmaking has evolved over 3 films, their spiritual connection to Terrence Malick, why Zhao decided to edit herself and Richards wanted to build Fern's van himself (and ended up with a production design credit), and marvels of Frances McDormand. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm…
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo go long on what is holding 'WandaVision' back as a television series. From the lack of natural in-episode arcs to mid-episode abandonment of the various sitcom tropes, why is it that a show so intrinsically linked to the history of television still feels like a movie chopped up at t…
 
The only way Shaka King was going to get a film made about the Chicago leader of the Black Panthers, Chairman Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya), was to mask it as ‘Donnie Brasco’ genre film, and on this podcast we break down the incredible structure and ingenuity of this remarkable script. Shaka also talks about collaborating with DP Sean Bobbitt (afte…
 
On this week’s Super Bowl super clicker episode, Ben, Libby, and Leo discuss this past weekend’s Super Bowl ratings, which were the lowest since 2007 (when Ben & Libby’s Chicago Bears lost to the Indianapolis Colts). Additionally, the group discusses CBS’ onslaught of ads for Paramount+ before delving into a spoiler-free (though not opinion-free) c…
 
The “Euphoria” creator talks about writing his new Netflix film around Zendaya’s persona and talents, throwing away the first two days of shooting, lacking confidence on set, finding the right needle drops, making the special “Euphoria” episodes, being aware of the audience’s (and his own) attention span, and severely restricting the number shots, …
 
On this week's episode of Millions of Screens, Ben, Libby, and Leo work through the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's nominations for this year's Golden Globes, a list of nominees that has been lambasted within the industry for the glaring omission of shows like HBO's 'I May Destroy You.' Why do we still care about the Golden Globes when their …
 
On this week’s episode, Libby, Leo, and Ben dissect the nominations announced by Film Independent for the 36th Independent Spirit Awards, the first to celebrate television. Among the nominees: HBO’s ‘I May Destory You,’ Apple TV+’s ‘Little America,’ and Amazon’s collection of five films ‘Small Axe.’ Additionally, Ben and Libby tell Leo about the mo…
 
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