There’s little doubt that TV is driving the cultural conversation, but there could still stand to be more great conversation about TV. That’s where the Vulture TV Podcast comes in. In this weekly podcast, New York TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz and Vulture TV editor Gazelle Emami will go deep on what matters most the world of television, what makes good TV, and how good TV gets made. Their conversation could, and will, encompass everything from the hot-button points of a given show—did you see what happened on Mad Men?—to a discussion of TV’s new diversity...
A Walk Down TV Podcast Memory Lane
On this final episode of the Vulture TV Podcast, host Gazelle Emami, TV Critic Matt Zoller-Seitz and Vulture Columnist Jen Chaney are joined by producer Jordan Bell to revisit some of the show's best moments.
Aziz Ansari on Master of None Season Two
Jen Chaney and Aziz Ansari go into detail about season two of Master of None. They talk about his inspiration for several of the season's beloved scenes, working closely with his family on the show, and working with Netflix.
The Best Shows of 2017 So Far
June marks the halfway point of 2017, so Vulture hosts Gazelle Emami, Matt Zoller-Seitz and Jen Chaney talk about their favorite shows and TV episodes from this year.
A Closer Look at Better Call Saul's "Chuck McGill"
Hear the live panel featuring actor Michael McKean and Better Call Saul writer-producer Peter Gould as they look closely at their collaboration to make Chuck McGill. Hosted by Vulture's Matt Zoller-Seitz, the panel examines McKean’s career as a dramatic and comedic actor and how he brought Chuck to life.
The Series Finale of The Leftovers
Vulture hosts Gazelle Emami and Matt Zoller-Seitz are joined by New York magazine writer Boris Kachka, who spent months embedded with Damon Lindelof and The Leftovers crew to tell the story of how the finale came together and by Variety critic and Leftovers superfan Sonia Saraiya.
Twin Peaks Revival
After 26 years, Twin Peaks is back for an 18-episode season on Showtime. Vulture's columnist Jen Chaney and TV critic Matt Zoller-Seitz react to the new series and talk about what the original means, both to television in general and to each of them personally.