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The latest and greatest about all things TV from Maureen Ryan and Ryan McGee.

Talking TV With Ryan and Ryan Maureen Ryan and Ryan McGee

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The latest and greatest about all things TV from Maureen Ryan and Ryan McGee.

    Episode 217: Catch Us If You Can

    Episode 217: Catch Us If You Can

    Mo and Ryan. Again! Dreams come true.
    Fall Tv Quick Hits: 0:00 - 6:01
    One Mississippi: 6:01 - 9:28
    Survivor's Remorse: 9:28 - 18:23
    BoJack Horseman/Twin Peaks: 18:23 - 28:58
    Better Things: 28:58 - End
    Be sure to subscribe to the new feed for the podcast here if you like to listen on iTunes. You'll see plenty of ways in each post to stream or download MP3s if you hate iTunes. You can also subscribe on Stitcher if you like. Options abound.
    Also, we have an email for the podcast now! Click here to email us questions for future podcasts.

    • 53 min
    Episode 2016: Wow, We Recorded An Episode

    Episode 2016: Wow, We Recorded An Episode

    Mo and Ryan. Your eyes do not deceive you.
    People Of Earth: 0:00 - 13:12
    The Last Tycoon: 13:12 - 25:54
    GLOW: 25:54 - 39:14
    Insecure: 39:14 - 47:46
    Wynonna Earp: 47:46 - End
    Be sure to subscribe to the new feed for the podcast here if you like to listen on iTunes. You'll see plenty of ways in each post to stream or download MP3s if you hate iTunes. You can also subscribe on Stitcher if you like. Options abound.
    Also, we have an email for the podcast now! Click here to email us questions for future podcasts.
     

    • 1h 16 min
    Episode 215: Talking 'The Leftovers' With the HBO Drama's Creative Team at the ATX Television Festival

    Episode 215: Talking 'The Leftovers' With the HBO Drama's Creative Team at the ATX Television Festival

    Hi there, it's Mo here with a really special treat. In June, I moderated a panel on the HBO drama "The Leftovers" at the ATX Television Festival in Austin. It was a few days after the show's series finale aired, and on the panel were executive producer Damon Lindelof, executive producer (and author of the novel "The Leftovers") Tom Perrotta, and executive producer/director Mimi Leder. At the start of the conversation, I handed out tissues to all the panelists, because I was fairly sure most of us were going to cry at some point.
    Many did, but before and after those moments, we talked about the show in depth, and it was life-affirming to hear these creative and thoughtful people talk about the themes of "The Leftovers" and the choices they made and why this amazing program ended the way it did. Near the end, Lindelof made me cry in a way I totally did not see coming (which seems like a very "Leftovers"-ian thing to do, and that moment also has to do with this essay). By the way, if you're a "Leftovers completist, don't miss this previous Talking TV podcast on the show! 

    One other note: Jasmin Savoy-Brown, who played Evie Murphy, was in the audience, and that led to the above moment of mild hilarity (because everyone enjoys Guilty Remnant humor). In any event, I loved moderating this panel, the panelists were wise and funny and informative, the audience questions at the end were great, and lots of people got a little bit misty before it was all over. What more could we ask for? 

    Be sure to subscribe to the new feed for the podcast here if you like to listen on iTunes. You'll see plenty of ways in each post to stream or download MP3s if you hate iTunes. You can also subscribe on Stitcher if you like. Options abound.
    Also, we have an email for the podcast now! Click here to email us questions for future podcasts.

    • 1h 13 min
    Episode 214: Twin Peaks And the "Meaning" of Criticism

    Episode 214: Twin Peaks And the "Meaning" of Criticism

    Mo and Ryan are back with a long ep featuring four shows.
    Is Reviewing Twin Peaks On A Weekly Basis A Good Idea? 0:00 - 36:16
    I'm Dying Up Here: 36:16 - End
    Be sure to subscribe to the new feed for the podcast here if you like to listen on iTunes. You'll see plenty of ways in each post to stream or download MP3s if you hate iTunes. You can also subscribe on Stitcher if you like. Options abound.
    Also, we have an email for the podcast now! Click here to email us questions for future podcasts.

    • 48 min
    Episode 213: Talking to W. Kamau Bell about 'United Shades of America'

    Episode 213: Talking to W. Kamau Bell about 'United Shades of America'

    It's Mo flying solo and talking to W. Kamau Bell, host of the fine CNN series "United Shades of America, which returns April 30. It's a show that manages to be funny, timely and well-researched, and Bell is one of the best conversationalists on TV right now. We talk about how his show changed its approach slightly in Season 2, and about where he and his producers went this year. 
    Be sure to subscribe to the new feed for the podcast here if you like to listen on iTunes. You'll see plenty of ways in each post to stream or download MP3s if you hate iTunes. You can also subscribe on Stitcher if you like. Options abound.
    Also, we have an email for the podcast now! Click here to email us questions for future podcasts.

    • 25 min
    Episode 212: American Handmaid

    Episode 212: American Handmaid

    Mo and Ryan are back with a long ep featuring four shows.
    Mary Kills People: 0:00 - 13:43
    Girls: 13:43 - 27:40
    American Gods: 27:40 - 41:50
    The Handmaid's Tale: 41:50 - End
    Be sure to subscribe to the new feed for the podcast here if you like to listen on iTunes. You'll see plenty of ways in each post to stream or download MP3s if you hate iTunes. You can also subscribe on Stitcher if you like. Options abound.
    Also, we have an email for the podcast now! Click here to email us questions for future podcasts.

    • 1h 8 min

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