Richard Lewis dropped in for another bonus interview show this week. Grae Drake and Sarah Ricard interviewed the legendary comedian about his new DVD set Bundle of Nerves. Lewis talks about how this new DVD is truly a labor of love, and why the specific performances he included are so important to him. (Note to listeners: Sarah's audio drops out after a while, but we wanted to share this show with you anyway.)0 Comments | Thursday, August 28, 4:15 PM
This week's show starts off with the critics' reactions to November Man, and Grae shares a quick interview with star Pierce Brosnan. Then the team covers As Above/So Below and the 30th anniversary theatrical re-release of Ghostbusters. Ryan talks about new DVD/Blu-ray releases, and Sarah talks about what the critics have to say about Doctor Who and Intruders. After that, Grae shares a long interview with actor/director Joe Manganiello about his new documentary La Bare.0 Comments | Thursday, August 28, 1:09 PM
Mindy Kaling is a Jane of all trades. She began on the U.S. adaptation of The Office as a staff writer, but her character Kelly Kapoor was quickly fleshed out into a more prominent role. Currently she's writing, producing, and starring in her own show, The Mindy Project, set to begin its third season Sept. 16 at 9:30 pm on Fox.0 Comments | Thursday, August 28, 11:15 AM
This week in TV news, David Chase stirs up a Sopranos storm, FX makes a clown of Zach Galifianakis, Netflix acquires The Blacklist, Showtime makes Ray Donovanchanges, and Breaking Bad brings back the Blu-ray barrel!0 Comments | Wednesday, August 27, 1:20 PM
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Whit Stillman (Metropolitan, The Last Days of Disco, Barcelona) dropped by the Rotten Tomatoes studio to talk with TV Editor Sarah Ricard about his new project, The Cosmopolitans. Streaming for free starting Aug. 28, The Cosmopolitans is part of Amazon Studio's "pilot season," and follows a group of young expatriates (Adam Brody, Chloe Sevigny, Carrie MacLemore, Adriano Giannini) living in Paris and searching for love.