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"creator justin" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"Dan feinberg. How's it going. Dan just treading water. Leslie how 'bout you same my friend. Same not a lot going on but Brooklyn nine nine is back. this week. There was a field of dreams. Game this week during the white sox and the yankees that was kinda cool What else you know usual assertive usual assortment of midsummer news. So we're just going to try to knock out some of it and we hopefully should have a good interview in this podcast. With one of the surrenders of one of our favorite shows of the summer at cetera. So it is it. We're going to be joined by sterling harjo the co creator and showrunner of fx on hulu comedy reservation dogs. It's going to be good one exactly. So let's get to headlines leading up this week. Power creator courtney. Kemp has moved her overall. Deal from lionsgate tv. Where she turned the stars drama into a four show franchise to net flicks in a pack valued at nearly nine figures. Lionsgate tv has also lost. Dear white people creator justin simeon. Who has signed with paramount tv studios and hacks co-creator gen stats key has renewed her overall deal with producers universal television. And you can go back and listen to our interviews with statsky camp in episodes one twenty from may and eighty four from last august respectively. If you if you choose in pilot season update because apparently pilots and just goes on forever and dukes near round. Now dan it's year round and keeps rolling enrolling enrolling in that case. Then it's not a season anymore pilot news then life is life is pilots leslie. Life is pilots. Abc has picked up the next family. Drama promised land series. And in what you tell me as a surprise surprise. I believe you. Abc has passed on the disney themed anthology epoch from the creators of once upon a time. Yeah big surprise. They're considering the disney ip attached to that one in streaming series orders ted lasso co-creator and former. Tv's top guest. Bill lawrence will oversee drama. Bad monkey for apple with vince. Bond set to star and hulu has picked up this fool. Comedy inspired by the life of its star and writer. Chris throttle do had me with monkey. You lost me a tiny bit. With vince vaughn. But then you had me again with bill lawrence so that was a that was a roller coaster in casting news. Titus burgess has joined the nbc. anne live which will also start to raji p. Henson and harry connick junior and catherine's Jones this amuses me because it seems both amusing and fun and right. We'll play more tissue atoms in tim. Burton's live action wednesday series. And that's for netflix. That's great casting elsewhere in other broadcast news. Fox has picked up. Animated comedy housebroken. For a second season while dan and this should have been a full topic this week but man. I just couldn't get all the plans together. Nbc has dumped ultimate slipping slide after gre outbreak onset. See united there dan. No i think you're gonna need to explain it to me leslie. Poop jokes poop jokes. I i'm so sorry that we did not dedicate segment to that but we really shouldn't have dedicated a segment to that because because then we would have had to have made it number one and you know i mean it would have been number two. Let's be honest. I i understand. I knew as soon as i said at. And that's why we're not gonna do it. Because i apparently got my poop jokes confused and and therefore you know we should do other topics that are more serious and honestly that came out late on friday as well as i said in the story. It's a real friday news dump so it's a little dated. No no see if all you're doing is making dump jokes. There's not even there's no variation to that. It was a literal friday news dump. It was a literal friday. News dump the shows on the skids and et cetera et cetera et cetera et cetera. Hershey bar whatever whatever whatever anyway the whole thing is gross it's simultaneously gross in funny and let's be real. It wasn't really going to be a show. We were gonna talk about under other circumstances so here we are talking about it because it's itchy. Yep there you go well with all the poop jokes out of the way. Let's dive into this week's top five number one leading this week. It's official executive producer. Mike richards is the new host of jeopardy. And i'm going to start the segment with a mini rant. Let's be clear. Despite how sony position this in a press release. Mike richards who is also. The executive producer of jeopardy is the only host of jeopardy outlets reported. And this is because the sony press release positioned it as such as that. Mike richards and mayan bialik are the new hosts of jeopardy. That's not true. Mike richards is the lone host of the beloved syndicated show that formerly was hosted by alex. Travek miami is hosting separate primetime specials and spin offs which one of them was announced. This week it's a national college championship version of jeopardy which bialik will host for abc. Mike richards is the only host of jeopardy. So let's just be clear with that first and foremost. It's kind of a disaster other to think. Otherwise dan and it's it's damage control appearance plain and simple. Yeah it's a distraction. It's it's a here look shiny object. Because they had a full week of knowing the people were going to be raising eyebrows. About the selection of mike. Richard and we did it last week. I mean let's let's be real..
"creator justin" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Claude. Couldn't you and you're not supposed to take his face off yet discovered. I thought that great blind. And then i'm not going to notch puppeteer and his face all lift it up mother fuckers. You better all mug god. The mountain villains the violence in the in the mayhem that they caused the majors out there running free. Please do whatever they want to encourage by. The big bosses are they. Y'all keep doing it. You know what the crazy you are the more violent nasty your get a show. People love it but if you're a hero. I know you better not do that. Shit i that stop and you say you know you can't be acting crazy like that. You gotta be. You gotta be a role model for these kids out here. I also we sell these action figures in these lunch boxes and all this other bullshit now man role model. The nabet suit exactly. Hey hero crime. Don't pay so you know that's the thing about it. I'm going to have as much fun as the as the villains out there. Especially if you're one of the of the best heroes out there. The big is out there. And that would be batman and seems like batman. What the doing with batman and say you know there's a lot of things you can't do including certain sex acts certain sex acts off limits. They were too old debts over here. We just showed you a clip of The harley quinn. Show right here as you can see the harley quinn show it's kind of adult to say the least little bit risk to the k abbey. That's because i forgot. I had the acid. We agreed. I'm the muscle. I do the hitting your great great. You do your thing look at that. Oh my god that just having a good time all right. There harlequin show very violent very adult also. Has some very edgy. Sexual humor in and that is where we get to the problem with batman so there was an article that just came out and been reading about this. I read about this in a couple places today. That's why i brought this up. I just thought this was funny is on me. I wonder what your opinions on this if you will. So i'm looking at this decider dot com and they said that you know with all the crazy stuff that's gone on on the harley quinn show a harlequin the joke in the rest of the buildings and whatnot. They can do all that stuff but batman. A you know you get in there. You continue being straight laced. Batman they say. Dc toll quinn creators to remove batman cat woman oral sex scene because quote unquote. He rolls. Don't do that euros. Do when you pay their bills checks you could tell them exactly what they are and they are not people who eat the kitty cat. Yeah reading this right here. I want to hear what you say about. This is bumming is right here. And it says See here guinness. Undecided dot com. Rina's from them. The creators of the adult animated series harley. Quinn currently airing on hbo max. Recently opened up about a scrapped. Sex scene between batman and cat woman. While talking with variety harley quinn co-creator justin how what help discussed the challenges of satiated the demands of fans who want to see the boundaries of superhero sagas continually pushed forward a while at the same time not offending dc's corporate does that bean counters says ear. A perfect example of that is in a third season of harley. We had a moment where batman was going down on cat woman in dc fuck. They say you can't do that. You absolutely can not do that. They're like heroes. Don't do that goes on to say heroes. Don't do what now go down on their. Pbc club bull whip toting rivals in the privacy of their own underground layers from what we're from where we're sitting that doesn't sound right or fair fair for evasion share. It is not all you know. I feel bad for bedside. Even if he is imaginary as you said you know this there could be another simulation out. There were bad men could be real. He came lunch can man and the reason why they did. This is because of course it's not because of morals is not because it goes against the integrity of the character batman. It's because well if you do that. Mom and dad and my looking at me like that's nasty and no you can't have that nasty man toys over there spider man action figure talk to toys man as how are you saying heroes just selfish lovers halpern explained. They're like no is that we sell consumer toys for. Heroes is hard to sell a batman toy if it's going down somewhat so at least they want that's when you bring back grip yeah yeah fab is. Eating pussy became toys. We lose money. Meanwhile do you know how many pussy jokes you just ruined for me right now. Said i was. I was ready to go. I gave this matter knife and fourteen yards. Ruined all my punch lines. People i was. What do you think about. This man has tax sector for back man. Get that out. Yes get and you know who seeing soap any risk of superman with his annual which when it comes to fix some that's one thing and then you have the facts of hero move..
"creator justin" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Now. This thing at four pm get them all at the same time. No to worship. What's this gonna work this weekend. Get these four ticks. Hard at the same. Like an akin to erect penises. I'll give the first man that gets all these dicks twenty year old bottle of scotch. That's just the same to all right guys. The creators of the animated batman spinoff harley. Quinn say that they were told to remove a scene where batman performs oral sex on cat woman and the reason that the decent comics brass gave for batman not being able to go full alf on cat. Women's calico was quote. Heroes don't do that. Oh yeah you know what this. War's only get service. That's a bad look. You know what this is. Not this is Dj salad got into somebody's ear at the calibrate. The script guy with dj collins bond really does not have the The leeway does dj jinx. He'd never he refuses refuses. He said he's not going down on his whiteness. No-one said he was a genius. He's musical according to co creator justin. Halpern they clap. Back at dc saying are you saying that heroes are just selfish. Lovers and apparently dc was like no. It's that we sell consumer toys for heroes at. It's hard to sell a toy. If batman is also going down on someone of. They're like they're like in our mind. Batman doesn't have any sex he doesn't have genitals at all like that's what they're like. Ken well rate to that. I say at least it was cat woman. He wasn't trying to go down on bat. Girl my right was age appropriate point. So that's go. Well yeah consensual. And all that i mean well they should have dude. Superheroes should be able to get late and superheroes should definitely be able to lick. Some box is catalogued the the amazon show. What's it called mark. The the the boys they've been. Yeah get it. Get it like in terms of like you know. Wanted to sell batmans figure to like a five year old and you don't have to five year old watching well. That man's the the last couple of the are no and robert patents. Looks this looks like an are too. So if i'm like say twelve eleven or twelve and getting into sneak into the red a movie at age appropriate for that. I want to be pretty pumped about that memphis. My first experience seeing someone go down someone hero going down on cat woman. I'm also heck yeah. D.c should yeah embrace being much much muddier than marvel like it's all dc is supposed to be the disney to marvel's playboy like it's it's supposed to be more. Yeah this should put that scene in slow. Well they could mark. Probably know that. Bruce wayne and alfred have worked on something out of wayne industries to make sure that bruce some sort of gadget. I don't know the tongue. Oh that heart factor. Thank you so much for listening and gals us a follow on social media. Check on the patriot. If you want some extra content and most importantly have a great fucking day you figure by they. Goodbye get out of your rough right..
"creator justin" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Because i know a number of certainly if you're too young to remember teenage mutant ninja. Turtles are certainly thunderbirds. Then perhaps you remember. The incredible 's at the very end of this film were introduced to a new super villain called the under minor. Who arrives in an app. Pick an ethic subterranean with a drill this time on either end. It's a fun scene just kind of like a way to close out the the film choice. Some bigger character in the sequel. Have you seen. I have seen the sequel. Yeah he'd he plays a larger role in that he's also mole themed clearly the clearly mole. Themed see oh and this is so weird we were. We decided to do this episode. And i had it in my mind and then i happen to check out this new series on. Hulu titled solar opposites. It's a it's a new show from rick. And morty co creator. Justin roland along with mike mcmahon who also worked on that show They dropped the entire first season on hulu. And it's it's it's a lot of fun it's it's definitely for grown ups It's a similar vibe to rick. And morty but perhaps a little less neta and with characters that are a little more likable but started in bam right there in the opening of the first episode. There's this vehicle called the earth drill that's used by two character corvo to obtain nickel alloy from the earth's core in order to try and fix his spaceship. And there's this great sequence where corvo minna fires it up and starts drilling into the earth to go get the nickel and it starts immediately causes earthquakes in like china in london and there's a big tidal wave somewhere else in the world due to the seismic disruption of the thing. I liked it. The design is a little bit tron shape too little bit light cycle in profile. At least yeah. It's a really cool design like they didn't just slap together something that looked like the the the transport module all over again it. It has doesn't really cool wheels but anyway These are just a few examples. You'll find subterraneans all over the place in science fiction if you really start looking for them like it'll just turn up. Eventually i think in any kind of science fiction scenario for instance there's one in fallout seventy six. The current fallout game. i looked around. I was like there's got to be one in star wars somewhere and it looks like there is a combat drill in the darth vader. Comic books like invader rides went into battle at some point. Alex eight hundred. Yeah yeah yeah. That would eighteen drill like that Star wars university for. There's certainly room for a sub terrain. There's some rocky planet somewhere where there's a battle between the empire and some hapless species of subterranean creature..
"creator justin" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"And what the hulu brand was. But that's not gonna be a problem much longer when they look at all of this stuff you know you're looking at just on an take marvel star wars by themselves that's twenty shows and if they want to have a new show every week every week i mean. I'm looking at the at the marvel rundown and it's one vision in january falcon in winter soldier in the snowman in march loki in may what if the animated show in the summer. And then you get in hawkeye in late. Two thousand twenty. One miss marvel in twenty twenty to she hulk around the corner moon night after that. And then you announced five other shows one of them short-form and one of them holiday special secret invasion with samuel l. jackson and ben mendelsohn iron heart armor wars with don cheadle and then then at some point in two thousand twenty three the guardians of the galaxy holiday special which god that's fun and then i am groot short-form show and then you get into all the store were stuff you've got to spin offs already of the mandalorian. You've got hayden christianson. Returning for for for the. Obi wan kenobi show. You've got the land. Cloud cal ripken limited series. Like if you loved star wars and if you love marvel you should already given your money to disney plus and then beyond that you're looking at the fact that this is the home of amazing library content so the simpsons is the backbone of this platform. You've got a ton of other stuff from across the disney fold but then you get into all of the disney originals and they announce some superfund stuff a beauty and the beast live action. Prequel which we wrote about and talked about in march. Then you've got spin offs of movies with big fan bases the mighty ducks the trailer for that so fun turner and hooch which you know whatever but big shot you know that. The dvd kelly basketball drama knee were john. Stay moses basically like you. Got some eric and coach. Who comes to girls high school and it's just there's so much stuff and then you get into some of these like some of these other. Ip's they're doing. Swiss family robinson a tv series. With ron more ballast galactica. An outlander and john shoe from crazy. Rich asians attached percy jackson and the olympians show like and then you get into some of the features that are being made specifically for the streamer. A hocus pocus sequel. Three men and a baby was aca- franck like a cheaper by the dozen movie from kenya. Barris like ice age spend. There's so much stuff dan. There is so much stuff and back and letting you go because at some point your head is gonna explode and it might be funny to watch. And then he the animation stuff you know. Look everyone anyone who knows me. I super disney nerd. I love disneyland. I got engaged disneyland. It is a very important place to me. I've grown up going. There season passes the whole nine yards. And then you get into the fact that that their intimate side they're leaning in they have a monsters inc show that that's coming around the corner. They've got maxine coming. They announced zootopia series of animated shorts. Along for musical musical comedy series called tiana and then a mwana show. There's wanna show dan. Where do i sign. And then you've got new. There's so much and the other piece of this too is while they still aren't gonna have obviously this huge theatrical presents. They remained committed to the experience. Black widow is not coming to disney plus before. It's in theaters it. That's just too big a revenue hit. But the interesting thing about all of this. Dan is eventually. It's gonna wind up there so if you miss it in theaters or you miss it on. Whatever linear cable networks or broadcast network. It's on or wherever it is in the disney ecosystem. All roads lead back to disney plus or hulu or espn plus with depending on what your taste is and they announced a big a big college. Football deal to the sec. I don't know what that means but it sounds like people. Yes the sec. Indeed and yes. It's a big deal. No i knew and you mentioned the things that actually get me excited about any of these brands. You know the so. For example the landau. Carl risen limited series which they did not in any way as say donald glover's name so it's unclear if he's going to have any involvement at all and either hillary won't but it's from dear white people creator justin simeon. That right there much more than any of the brand gets me excited. You didn't mention that the mighty ducks. Tv show star's riley from letterkenny. I couldn't care less about this. Mighty ducks tv series. But as soon as i saw riley from letterkenny i was like. Oh okay. i'm totally gonna watch one episode of that. I'm reading our slack right now and i believe that. Was you not me who wrote quack quack quack. So don't tell me you're not excited okay. I think i was pandering to you with that. I believe it was even in all caps with an exclamation point or two. I was pandering. And i'm fine with pandering always happy to pander. Then you know. Of course. The the john stamos coaches high school basketball girls series which is basically the closest. We're gonna get to john. Stamos starring in a rick pitino bio-pic which totally something that should happen. Which comes from david kelly. So you know. There's a lot of interesting stuff kind of below the line on a lot. These things you know the above the line is oh my goodness if you are a piece of disney. Ip from any point in the disney history. And you haven't gotten your own stand alone. Miniseries or tv show boy must have gone very wrong at some point but there are a lot of a year into the service. So give him time dan. I'm sure they'll get their already ruined lady in the tramper me. So my all time favorite disney movie. That live action thing was absurd but there's a ton of more stuff coming and look. This is only really. You're getting into year two three and four and this and we're only talking about disney plus right now we can ship for a second and talk about some of the other disney brands. Which again you wanna talk about scale. Who fx on hulu nat geo at disney plus. The announced genius the scripted anthology. That's a boatload of emmy's is moving to disney plus in its going to tackle martin luther king in its next season and then you were with hulu the one of the most interesting pieces of news that came out of today was like as like an afterthought from by dana walden. The car dash she ends are coming to hulu. They left e. e. tried to keep them. They desperately wanted to keep them. They wanted to have them create new content for peacock. And where did they go. They went to disney and multiple. Your and they will have a new show streaming on hulu in late. Twenty twenty one the kardashians. It's like the biggest family in in reality tv and they're at disney like do all roads lead to disney. They've got marvel star wars. The kardashians like i mean it's just. It's just crazy to me. Dan like and then he can get it. You know like they are the biggest brand in the world. Like i know that may not be true but from my vantage point. It's like that ecosystem continues to be big. There's a reason why people want to go to disney and the crazy part of all of this to if you're if you follow the film industry and what's going on with warner media and their day announcement that that fu films would go in theaters and on the the on. Hp amax patty jenkins wonder woman right. The big experiment the very first show very movie that they announced as as as part of this big streaming experiment..
"creator justin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The Emmy nominated dark comedy dead to me and the Eddie from la la land in whiplash writer director Damien Chazelle and on Hulu it's the premiere of the animated sci fi comedy solar opposites from Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland so valley girl is coming out now as a kid growing up that was one of my top five films was valley girl it was awesome because I did punk rock if you don't know what the movie's about its stars Deborah foreman who was a pretty big star in the eighties and this other guy named Nicholas cage and it's funny because I interviewed Nicolas Cage one time and it's like one of the movie he didn't like talk about like the but it was it small in between fifty thousand dollars to get some of the best music you could ever think of it was also it was great like they had jobs you caught in the **** cats with Johnny are you queer the plane's souls was in it you had I'll melt with you for modern English the I mean it was the clash culture club Manorama the jam I mean it was so amazing the budget was three hundred fifty grand I get ready for this the music budget took up two hundred fifty thousand dollars of that movie awesome and they remade into musical while on the phone once that mmhm now thanks to have a honestly you're reading my my childhood by making something musical don't do that did you mention of jaws wasn't what I would never do that are you doing that to me three two three five three twenty four twenty three at seventeen show your Twitter you can tweet that made you remember the kid who said to himself I'm out here I'm gonna go get myself a Lamborghini he's only five yet three Bucks in his car in his wallet got pulled over because he well he was driving and he should have been stood place in Utah Adrian some are appear my this is a wrong if I apologized please don't get mad at me Adrian's doing a few more chores around the house his.
"creator justin" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"I spent almost a decade doing and coming off of that just so I was just so like hungry to tell a story that was more than twenty one and a half minutes and that could contain more than just a three jokes per page beginning middle end. You know crazy act break. I just was like longing to tell a more nuanced. Textured Story and dead to me is giving me that opportunity. And it's giving us the opportunity here. Christina applegate say fuck fuck fuck in like eighteen different times a season which I particularly thank you I and just as our standard last question that we like to ask everybody. What are you watching and enjoying these days in these particular lease strange days? Yes well it is a good question. I mean I'm watching so much that we don't have time for me to go down my list but I will say we are savoring planned. I am parsing out this final season like it is a fine wine and it is. I mean it's a show. I love my wife and I've been watching pretty much. The entire duration of our relationship and Claire Danes and her brilliant performance in her quivering Chin never gets old and it's just great storytelling and I really respect their ability to lake reinvent this insane plot every every season. So I'm watching that. I have gone on record to say that I became slightly obsessed with the to handle which is a incredibly trashy but superfund reality net flicks. But I'll tell you what's so weird is when the quarantine I started. I went down this really dark path of watching only true crime documentaries because it's like if I only wanted to be immersed in in a world that was worse than the one. We were currently living in so there was a lot of like the devil next door and like the Ted Bundy tapes. And you know just all of these great like confessions of a killer and then I sort of got that out of my system and then went right to to handle as you do. F- thank you so much for joining us. We really appreciate you taking the time out. Thank you guys so much. Great to see you again. Leslie pleasure the second season of dead to me. Premiers Friday may eighth on networks number five as usual. We wrap things up with the critics corner. Dan Lots of stuff to choose from this week launching this this week. Our solar opposites on. Hulu and this is a reminder to check out our show runners spotlight interview with creators. Justin royal and Mike McMahon for last week over at Netflix season. Two of dead to me. And the Eddie Launches Mark Ruffalo vehicle. I know this much is true also on HBO lots of all High End. There is definitely a lot of stuff. airing in the next week. I would like to begin by saying that the Gary Marshall Special that Henry Winkler was joining us. To talk about is a really good special It's so much fun Dan. I loved it so much and it's got such an impressive assortment of people from his past and I think that it's I think it's actually. It's a very good very Gary Marshall Appropriate tribute. Because it's got a lot of very fun moments. I think that for example Julia Roberts is hilarious in it and hathaway is very very funny and it really is. It's very sentimental in a lot of the ways that a Gary Marshall movie or TV show would have been like chances are good that if you watch it and if you care you will get teary at the end. And if there's anything more appropriate to Gary Marshall then a kind of manipulative special that will make you laugh and cry. I don't know what it is so that that would be one thing I would say. People should absolutely check out if they care. So yeah. There's there's a Lotta stuff this week and it's a kind of once again somewhat mixed quality I know this much is true. Absolutely micro flow is going to be nominated for an emmy for at. He's probably GONNA win. I don't know necessarily how you can beat a double mark ruffalo performance in an HBO Limited series. It's also so very bleak and miserable for six solid hours including a finale. Seventy eight minutes. That's a law of misery and I feel can't and I don't know that I can recommend necessarily that anyone needs to unless you wanna see some very very good acting and there's unquestionably good acting. I feel as if the wally lamb book that it's based on had a little bit more breathing room or a little bit more levity mixed in amidst what is still very much a tragedy so brace yourself for it in my now. See this newsletter. This week I suggested that maybe to set yourself up. You WanNA watch eight episodes of solar opposites first. Solar opposites is very very rick. And morty ask I would say it's a little hit and miss for the first four or five episodes but I thought that episode six and seven in particular are really really good really funny. They're they're decently outside of the box thinking and they kind of suggest what the show could be if it decides to go forward. So I dug the end of the season and the first half the season was was able and funny and silly and stuff. Lots of swearing lots of violence. A little bit of cartoon sex so definitely. This is not one to watch with the with the children around but it is. It is still amusing in. Its own way you just heard our interview with Louis Feldman. I think the second season of debt to me is a lot like the first season and so for me that means I was watching for Linda. Cartolini and for Christina applegate who? I think are both giving wonderful performances. I don't quite understand why. Christina applegate was kind of coronated as the designated person to get award nominations and recognition for it because I think Linda Cartolini is every bit her equal. But yeah so if if you liked the first season and if you dug the clipping nature of the first season it continues if you watched the first season just for these great actresses. That's the thing and then the Eddie on Netflix. There have been a lot of fairly mixed in some cases. Negative reviews for this one And to me it's a lot of jazz music. It's not very involving on a narrative level. But it's a very nice Lee shot travelogue Peres it. It does a wonderful job of capturing Paris in a way that is not picture postcard Paris and I I think there's some validity to this. I've only watched a couple episodes of it and on a plot driven level. I don't know necessarily why would feel like I wanted to watch more. But it's got a lot of very good actor in it Andrea Holland join a cooling from Cold War. Amanda Sandberg who I think is fantastic so at their reasons to watch it. The story that's being told over. Its duration are not those reasons so be prepared to have a lot of kind of meandering jazzy digression 's and probably being annoyed by that but it's you know we're all kind of trapped at home and there's something to be said for spending a few hours in Paris so don't we all wish we could be there. Yes indeed well for more of Dan's weekly recommendations be sure to subscribe to. Hr now see this newsletter and you can find that on T. H. dot com Dan. This feels like a good place to wrap things up. Thank you for listening to. Tv's top-five the Hollywood reporter's TV podcast. We'll be back next week when we'll be joined by snow piercers showrunner. Graham meet until then be sure to subscribe on your various podcasting platforms. If you like us us. If you really like us right a little review thing it helps spread the word of mouth. We're always available on twitter to hear all of your questions comments and concerns but if you have questions for future mailbag segments email us.
"creator justin" Discussed on KCRW
"From KCRW. I'm Kim masters, and this is the business this week on the business. We're taking one last look back at some of our favorite moments of the year that was stories of bold gambles, big inspirations, crazy coincidences and climbs back into the sap an actual saddle on a liberal horse. We have writer in improv actor K Kannan about making the leap to directing with blockers. I said yes immediately. And then I met with all of the producers. So it's basically like me and ten producer dudes former rodeo star Brady drew on the horrible injury that led to a leading role in the awards contender the writer. You know, I've had some things I've had to go through. But I wasn't getting better each dear white people creator Justin Simeon about the impact of growing up without ever seeing anyone like himself in movies or on TV. Gabe blocking looked like Paul. And that was in by the way, I live report. But that wasn't me Tanya Saracho creator of the star series Vida on dealing with a debilitating. Spinal infection as her show was about to launch. So I was like free that Gallo on a bed writing it and crazy rich Asians director, John shoe and author Kevin Kwan on the proof that they were destined to work together is a reference to me in the book itself that is weird. But I on the news banter, so what did the guys accuses misconduct? Do over the holidays. Stay tuned. It's the business from KCRW. I am joined by my New Year's buddy and.
"creator justin" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"So this is the thing yeah this is the thing i clip from dear white people season one meth licks am i guess series creator justin simeon i love makhala less i do too forgot about this clip has got me into some trouble i'm not gonna lie that's well you know the whole you know what kind of black or mixed race persons she you know for the record both tracy and ritchie that are both black women i know that you know what the purpose of the scene is to sort of say that society doesn't really make squares for people that don't fit in the existing categories and so you know part of sans dilemma here in the scene she's now having to navigate her black identity through even her best friends is which doesn't really allow for whatever saying is you know some sam somewhere in the middle and it's weird that we live in a society where you know some by racial people society deems to be truly black and and other biracial people society you know deems to be otherwise and that's the thing we're making fun of rashid entries who i both love i'm sure listening right now in very short the real debate though at there also should say not the real debate another debate mentioned there is something that's been happening happening in black munity for a long time it's something we don't often see often tv storylines which is the idea of of dating dating a white person that she said like dating dating your oppressor yeah well listen it's something i have some experience with it's a it's a really rot issue i mean the truth is look we're all the same species even i'm saying so it's only natural that people find each other and have relationships but in the context in a racial context that stuff gets really complicated because you know some people fetish is other races so you know the feeling is that well oh is this person only dating you know people who were wide or are they trying to somehow like come up in society by this there's these other implications that a purse.
"creator justin" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Sort of treating him almost like you know like and jemima or like some kind of logo or something like see got the blacks and that to me was was such a echo of the socalled reformation period such an echo of menstrual see of all of the ways in which black people have been employed to sort of be a part of their own oppression it just was it was haunting and it felt ancient you know what i mean if felt yep centuries old it's it's an interesting time to be talking to you about this justin because even when we talked for years ago something feels different well something you could see it could feel different now i mean the massive success of black panther and get out moonlight and then atlanta care in the shy and and your your own series whether people agree on the significant to this moment or not what do you think is the most pressing hurdle black film tv creators face moving forward i think sort of everyone wanting to congratulate themselves for where how far we've come i mean we saw this with obama he won and i mean there was a real vested interest in everyone pretend racism was over i mean the movie really comes out in an era where it was almost had to even bring up that you were experiencing racism you know it was people were just so uninterested in that narrative liberal people certainly conservative people that if you're a black person you cried racism it was like crying wolf you know now i think because there is legitimate success and we are you know taking you know bigger leaps and bounds in terms of black voices in the culture i think it is going to be once against the ducks to say oh we've done it guys but that's because we have no idea what parody looks like you know if the television shows really reflected or the movie's really reflected the culture and the and the people in which you know it's feeding you'd see a lot a lot more black stories.
"creator justin" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"The way out you solve it by knowledge that there was a horrible wound and doing everything that you can to heal the wound and in this country we want to pretend like there was never a knife to begin with and that is such an american pastime i mean it's ingrained in us since the abolition of slavery that it just felt like that was the areas explore that was the thing that was you know that the sort of like the market the racket around pretending the knife doesn't exist and making money off of that and selling out your own people because of that i just it was something i had to get into it just felt like it was what was happening to us right now that is that is like the definition of fertile ground to get into this it's challenging challenge getting too because it is so it is so complicated like when you saw and i brought this when you saw the kinda wests tweets you know the it's bond like seven thousand think pieces right because it's it's it is great great great complexity it did and you know at a certain point what he was saying wasn't even the thing that was in raging me because at a certain point it's sort of like well this person isn't either communicating in the same reality as the rest of us or they're doing it as a joke or i don't know it just but what the content of what he was saying stopped being interesting to me because it didn't make any sense what became interesting to me is how quickly people who had demonized hip hop music had probably talk crap about him back when he said george bush doesn't care about black people how quick they were sort of plaster his smiling face all over their websites and all over there you know coverages and trump shouting them out in all of these people.
"creator justin" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Always find a model minority willing to sort of sell out their own people or their own people's interests to sort of you know i don't know find some fame or find a moment in the sun whatever it is and i just thought that was an interesting thing to explore and i also felt like it was a way to give a statement on on how much of this is really just show biz well there's that questions surrounding surrounding connie as well not to bring him up there is that question of how much is he really believe how much the actually wanna wear the makeamericagreatagain hat and how much is he perhaps using a little bit of this republic publicity well it's it's constant conversation on twitter absolutely and into balance with the i'm not even sure of some people in some personalities can't even tell the difference between when they're doing something for attention and when they're doing it because they really mean it and it just felt like the time to get in there because what i noticed was there was almost like a like a gold rush when trump one of like oh i can be a big now great and you had people mostly white people but also i mean listen there were muslim leaders that were sort of speaking out against muslims and muslim immigrants usually have black folks being at against by women speaking out against women's issues there was like this gold rush to be something novel in this new space that opened up for the socalled altright ideology and i thought that was so telling about our system and the way this country runs is that it really is and the end of the day it comes down to capitalism and fame and how those forces can really obscure the conversation and you know we live in a country that has a vested interest in obscuring our history obscuring the conversation my favorite quote right now about racism as malcolm x's quote about how racism is really a knife in the back of america and you know you don't solve raises them by pulling the knife a little bit out you don't solve racism by pulling it all.
"creator justin" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"You wanna cook us really be amazing but what are you guys laughing expected the kennedy center on the white people mind realizing how racism works is like basically getting the pastas gd i'm going to get a cigarette into five minutes swath we just tuning in that clip from so do people created by my guest director justin simeon i i sort of critique there it's fair to say of white people wanting pat on the back for being socially conscious right i mean look it's it's the shade as my love language that's what i often say and obviously like i'm a person who wants and a believe that we're going to need a lot of white ally ship in order to break down you know some of these oppressive systems but there is you know i there's there it's a part of our culture man white folks just wise up to something or you know you've just seen the help or something and you wanna tell your black friends all about it as if we didn't know it's kind of funny it's a funny sort of occurrence earlier you talked about the idea of people being a lens through which you know black people would see what another the white lands but it can also be interpreted quite literally as an as an open letter to white people i think i think it can be and i think it also more accurately can be seen as an invitation you know this is sort of a conversation that i think a lot of us need viscerally need to have and don't know how to have it and you know i listen i i love to make fun of myself it's sort of like a self deprecating is it's just kind of an instinct for me and and so none of the characters vives the show unscathed but it's also a way of saying.
"creator justin" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Colleagues friends have learned she secretly dating a white guy not impressed so this is an exchange between sam and her best friend joel why happy frees him don't do that joe not you have to unpack my best friend having a secret bay secret or white you know i'm biracial so technically this don't you're not rashida jones by racial your tracy ellis ross by racial people think of you as black this is this why is say why didn't say no you didn't say because you stay talking about how we can't give up an our men saying we met in the comments section of that medium article you wrote don't fall in love with your oppressor black girls guide to love at winchester got so many likes what's crazy is you guys like reggie money to treat your bathwater he's literally dat from school days but darker and you pass them from mac less thought i knew who i was but i knew what i wanted but when i'm with him i don't know i so this is the thing yeah this is thing a clip from dear white people season one on netflix at my guess series creator justin simeon i love mac lasts i do too forgot about this clip has got me into some trouble i'm not gonna lie that's well you know the whole you know what kind of black or mixed race person is she you know for the record both tracy and rashida or both black women.
"creator justin" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Than challenge take a listen justin simeon welcome to q thank you so get to be here and welcome back we just before we started recording i we i mentioned to you that we talked for the for the film version of dear white people like three how long ago was that oh my god yeah four four years ago or more that's nice to talk to you again thank you you too dear way people said on the fictional ivy league campus of of winchester university i i know it was your personal experiences a film student that initially inspired you to do the original dear white people film because we talked about it like four years ago but what was it about setting the story at an ivy league school as opposed to a regular college campus that that was important to you well i just i love i love the idea of schools as microcosm z you know in this case winchester sort of stand in for america but i knew that i needed it to be a place where everybody is a shark and everybody is ambitious and every body is the best of the best of the best and among that pool of people you know i i wanted to see people of color trying to survive and trying to navigate and trying to advance i think i think a lot of times it's really easy to sort of push conversations about race aside and say we'll know the real issue with class and so i thought you know an ivy league setting is is a very interesting microcosm to kind of isolate race because no matter where these kids come from they're all here now and we can really sort of look into the ways in which decided treats them differently i'm really interested in talking about the new season but for people who haven't seen the show before i wanna talk a little bit about the first season as well the key character in dear white people or at least a key character is tammy samantha wade played by logan browning biracial student activist host of the campus radio show dear white people i'll clip now from season one of the show so sam's black activists call.
"creator justin" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"This is a cbc podcast kill is supported in part by hellofresh the meal kit service dedicated to making cooking fun easy and convenient each week hellofresh creates new delicious recipes with step by step instructions designed to take around thirty minutes for everyone from novices to season homecooked short on time these source the freshest ingredients measured to the exact quantity needed so there's no food waste all delivered to your doorstep in a special insulated box for free for fifty percent off your first box visit hellofresh dot ca slash q podcast or enter promo code q podcast when you subscribe what do you look for when you're deciding what to watch for a lot of people maybe for yourself going to the movies or turning on the tv is about an escape like the adventures or star wars or matlock or it can be about comfort you know like we watching a sitcom with amelia characters low stakes romantic troubles a few laughs like seinfeld or the big bang theory or matlock when you're up against escapism and comfort it can be hard to convince people to watch something that might be a little challenging justice simeon experienced that back in twenty fourteen with the movie he directed called dear white people dear way people was set on a fictional vy league campus and he used that setting to tell some hard truths about race and class and gender the film was praised by critics but at that point people were still wondering if that kind of subject matter would be to put this like challenging for a broad audience fast forward four years dear white people is now in a claim tv series in its second season on netflix which seems to have taken care of that question interesting fact i spoke to justice when that i was guest hosting cue when the film version of dear white people came out so it was a real joy to talk to him again you're about to hear justin tell you why he always saw deer white people as more of an opportunity.
"creator justin" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Islamists guy worth like the five dollars it was on sale for whatever and i'm like yes yeah yeah the game gave you know you're getting into you just want to go around and build you know get a better ship and get more resources and expand your spacesuit like it's a nice relaxing regulatory experience exactly they just didn't explain that three guinea very true and ask the problem and i'd like to believe for everyone involved there's there's when this is done in you talk about noman skied ends in a place where people like yeah it was finally turn it around the end bubba or whatever but it's just not the laughing stock i feel it is now yeah punchline now to such a cheap punchline and absolutely the and that sucks i wanna see anything like that it does and then i'm sorry i miss this because it wasn't ball that i now add a number four the rothe report i did official says one sauce up for ussriran sauce so i added this because i wanted to give a little spotlight to some of the charity that he's working with so reckon morty fans have seen that mcdonald's sent a creator justin roy and a like a 64 ounce jug of the seshan's offset was featured new cause do you know the back story about that i was going to say i need a time out explanation because i only have done i know that the says one sauce is connected rican morty i am not sure if it was ever real i am not sure if it's just a joke this now been created i have not looked up no my mmy mom this at all and very busy my entire life so i don't know you're in a recap everything about it for well and then try to get this free so like the schtick is that there's an episode where they're trying to find the moulana session on dipping sauce for these chick mcdonald's chicken nuggets which was real which israel and now it came out in the nineties and they discontinued making and so they're like going back in time just to get this.