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Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Katey Rich are Still Watching.

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    • 4.4 • 85 Ratings

Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Katey Rich are Still Watching.

    Still Watching: Candy with Jessica Biel and Robin Veith

    Still Watching: Candy with Jessica Biel and Robin Veith

    Vanity Fair's Katey Rich and David Canfield are Still Watching: Candy, a five-night event limited series that released last week on Hulu. The series, starring Melanie Lynsky and Jessica Biel as two women entangled, is the newest true crime series to hit this spring. All episodes are streaming now.
    This episode David interviews executive producers Robin Veith and Jessica Biel on all five episodes and what inspired them to make Candy.
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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Still Watching: Under the Banner of Heaven with Daisy Edgar-Jones

    Still Watching: Under the Banner of Heaven with Daisy Edgar-Jones

    Richard and Katey are back to discuss Hulu's new series Under The Banner of Heaven, based on the 2003 Jon Krakauer true crime book covering a murder and some history of the Mormon religion. It is being adapted into a series by Dustin Lance Black featuring performances from Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, and Wyatt Russell.
    Katey interviews Daisy Edgar-Jones, who plays Brenda on the series, about what it was like to learn about the Mormon community and portray a real person.
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    • 59 min
    Still Watching: The Downfall of Startups: Episode 8

    Still Watching: The Downfall of Startups: Episode 8

    This week, Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Katey Rich cover the finale of WeCrashed, "The One With All the Money." Plus, Katey interviews Emily Jane Fox who wrote about the real life Nuemanns, and O-T Fagbenle who played Cameron Lautner on the show.
    This season Still Watching covered three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork) on Apple TV+, The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) on HBO, and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber on Showtime.
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    • 1 hr 19 min
    Introducing Dynasty

    Introducing Dynasty

    Unimaginable secrets. Unyielding power. Devastating rifts and shocking allegiances. With surprising new interviews as well as historic sound, Vanity Fair’s DYNASTY examines the ties that bind the most influential families in the world today, taking you inside their lives for a glimpse at the inner workings of privilege.
    The DYNASTY debut season goes deep on the modern Windsors with Vanity Fair’s royal correspondent Katie Nicholl and staff writer Erin Vanderhoof, who reexamine the complex, sometimes fiery family dynamics—from the intimate side of the queen’s early reign to Harry and Meghan’s royal split to Prince Andrew’s shameful scandal—with razor-sharp insights, fresh reportage, and exclusive guests.
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    • 11 min
    The Downfall of Startups: Episode 7

    The Downfall of Startups: Episode 7

    This week, Richard is joined by Vanity Fair's HWD editor Julie Miller to discuss the season finale of Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber titled "Same Last Name," and the penultimate episode of WeCrashed, "The Power of We"
    This season Still Watching will be breaking down three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork) on Apple TV+, The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) on HBO, and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber on Showtime.
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    • 49 min
    The Downfall of Startups: Episode 6

    The Downfall of Startups: Episode 6

    This week, Richard is joined by Vanity Fair's HWD editor Julie Miller to discuss The Dropout's (maybe) final episode "Lizzy," the newest WeCrashed episode "Fortitude," and the newest Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber's episode "Delete Uber." Richard interviews the star of The Dropout, Amanda Seyfried about becoming Elizabeth Holmes for the miniseries.
    This season Still Watching will be breaking down three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork) on Apple TV+, The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) on HBO, and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber on Showtime.
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    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
85 Ratings

85 Ratings

1596856 ,

Pretty good

Enjoyed the episodes on ACS Versace and Sharp Objects. If the episodes get on a negative tangent maybe it’s because the show you chose sucks, reviewers! I wouldn’t know though, I’m never watching west world! I hope this podcast eventually does Buffy even though it’s impossible to, and also overdone in the world of critics and analyses.

Andrew_the ,

Absolutely Wonderful!

I love this podcast with all my heart! Is has such passionate hosts, insightful commentary, and I love the interviews. Even when I begin watching a new show that I haven’t watched before, the first thing I do now is to scroll through this podcast feed to see if Still Watching has covered it in the past.

Samuel Stamp ,

Great podcast

Joanna is the best TV podcaster out there.

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