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"daniel feinberg" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"Mr Daniel Feinberg Dan how you doing man doing okay keeping busy you know and and as we're gonNA, talk about it a little bit. It's opening. Day were recording this so by the. The time you actually get the chance to listen. You'll be able to see if actually had opening day. Yeah, well, let's dive right into the headline, so we'll talk about baseball later. So those of you who don't enjoy baseball know that it's our second topic this week and we'll try to keep it brief, but still we want to talk about it. While leading off with headlines, Hulu is teaming with the affair showrunner Sarah -treme to adapt Rodham Curtis sitting ballads, all universe novel in which Hillary Clinton never married Bill Clinton Ooh. Being, shocked by the alter fiction of that world anyway. Also. Headlines Amazon has handed out a series order for paper girls. A drama based on the bestselling graphic novel from Bryan Cave on Netflix has renewed the summer sleeper, sweet magnolias for a second season and apple has picked up the thriller the Shining. Girls starring. Elisabeth Moss to series and speaking of the handmaid's tale. Elizabeth Moths has also signed a first look TV deal with Fox twenty-one and Hulu and is developing an anthology series for the streamer in which she would also star. And in other overall deal news grow Nishtar. Yara Shahidi has inked her own packed with ABC studios and Terachi. Henson has signed a two year first. Look deal with twentieth century. Fox TV, and is developing an empire spinoff for Fox in which she will reprise her role as cookie, and if it's not called cookie, exclamation, point, what even the point. HBO Has Renewed, period, Mason, for a second season and picked up somebody somewhere starring Patty cakes breakout bridget Everett be premium cable network is also developing a reboot of intrigue, -ment and for more about Perry Mason's future. Please check out our June nineteenth episode with the show runners elsewhere. ABC is doubling down on efforts to bring Latinas programming to the network and is developing family drama Chicano based on the book of the same name. Maybe, not exactly doubling down because they cancelled their only previous lat next show so more, they're trying to dig out of a hole. They put themselves in so. True, but it's also not ABC's fault. That is there are no Latinas. Shows Broadcast TV so well. It's I would say it's probably about one fifth their fault so. They're they're part of the system anyway? Good on them. People should be doing that. Why more Latin shows aren't on TV I? Don't understand anyway in covid production news CBS is Love Island is ramping up to begin filming with a move to Las Vegas for season two. Okay, and the network is moving forward with big brother, all stars which will premiere in August with a live episode. Over at NBC SNL is prepping to resume filming and its fame studio eight H in New York to which we can only say good luck with that and had Disney plus barbells, Falcon and the winter soldier has been delayed. A new premier date has yet to be determined and wrapping up this week's headlines, former, TV one CEO WANNA Lucas has been hired to replace Bill Abbott as CEO of the hallmark channel, Abbot was famously pushed out in January. Following backlash after hallmark pulled an ad featuring. And for more on what led to abbots exit, please go back and listen to our November fifteenth interview with him from Episode Forty Seven. It was illuminating to say the least Dan but allow us to say up front that we have an open. Invite for one year Lucas to join us on the podcast in. October or November to see if things are going any better at hallmark request is already in my friend excellence well with all that out of the way. Let's dive into this week's top five. Number One. Leading off this week. The Emmy nominations are set to be unveiled July twenty eighth. The ceremony is still on track for September thirtieth on ABC. We know Jimmy Kimmel will return as host, but beyond that no idea what ceremony is GonNa look like right now and with the emmy nominations coming up. It's a perfect time for a check in with T. HR's awards, columnist and friend of the five Scott Feinberg. Thanks for joining us. Scott thank you for allowing me so this has been far from the traditional emmy. Lead up what has been the most meaningful way that the pandemic has has impacted the nominations. Well. I think the. If your. TV Academy member of the the way that it's most noticeable that there have been obviously no in person gatherings, which are what some of these TV Academy members live for during me season. There's almost every night of the week. Normally a what they call fica event where you go, you see maybe an episode or a clip of a show you have a Q. and A. With the key people, and then they feed you your meal for the day or for some of these people. They'll literally bring to go containers. -tunities was started right all of that. So in a sense, also the other thing is since people are are not going out as much. The traditional advertising of billboards and stuff has has been less impactful so i. think that those are the main things that are absent I. think that way. It may have perhaps level the playing field a little bit, although we obviously there still the usual trade ads and They've gotten a little creative. You know the places that can afford to like net flicks and certain others have done virtual panels and things that that are attempting to reach voters. I'm sure they're not as effective because some of these voters are not that tech savvy, but They're doing what they can given the limitations of the moment. But the but the nomination window has remained the same in terms of the specific. Emmy nominations voting process the nominations voting was not so much affected as much as pushing back the dates of the nomination announcement, and now the the show remains on track, although it's not yet clear what?.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"Mr Daniel Feinberg Dan. How are you holding up just making my way? The only way I know how. Lastly how about you? We are about a week into our work from home scenario. I'm on season two of of thirty rock which I have admittedly never seen before and yet I'm a little sir crazy. I'm ready to go outside ready to do something that involves culture. But you can't do that because everything shut down. We are definitely living in unusual times. And we are practicing our social distancing even on this podcast so hopefully you won't notice the audio difference but if you do you have the explanation for what up and you know because so much of the town is shutdown and this global pandemic is affecting everything every facet of the industry every facet of our world as we know it. This episode will be a little bit different than our usual structure. I of course there is no headlines Segment. This Week Obviously V. Stars announced that Vida is going to end with its Previously announced third season. But there's really no news on the development side or series pickups or cancellations or castings everything has stopped largely and you will be shocked to discover that Cova Nineteen is our number one story of the week probably our number two story of the week maybe our number three story of the week but for future reference we are definitely going to be needing some mailbag questions for future. Podcasts and as you may have heard me mention previously you can reach us at. Tv's top five T H DOT com. That's TV's top five the number five at T. H. R. DOT COM. We would love to hear all of your questions particularly if they're lighthearted and and friendly because heaven knows there's enough darkness. Yeah and if you have a fun story to to share about how? Tv is getting you through the this quarantine and helping with anxiety. Please send it. I'm happy to read off a couple of those too because we could all as. Dan said US some good news more with that in mind. I think Let's let's get right into it.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on The Frame
"Stories. I think I like juxtaposing parks and REC as kind of the show of the first half of the decade end veep as the show of the second half of the decade. I would like to be president some day so so no. I have not smoked marijuana Brownie. Once at a party in college it was intense kind of indescribable. Actually it felt like I was floating. Turns out there wasn't any pot in the Brown. It was just an insanely good Brownie. I kind of you make sure as being our generations Frank CAPRA. He is fundamentally an optimist. He believes that institutions work and that people given the opportunity will gravitate gravitate towards their better selves. which kind of what the good places about whereas you had veep and our motto NUCCI is not an optimist in the same way? He believes that that there's a certain inherent wrought in systems and in political institutions. And so if the first half of the decade was Leslie no trying to get things things done in small town Indiana and the second half was Selina Meyer basically becoming increasingly increasingly amoral in her desire simply to be the president of the United States. This is kind of the journey that we took over this decade. As far as I'm concerned America owes me an eight year. Stay in the White House. At this time I want a war. Yes but the amazing thing about veep I think and Julia Louis Dreyfuss had said this is that even even though it is satire. What was happening in that show was not at all that far removed from what was happening in real life? The stuff they were making up was almost happening in reality. Yes it was comedy which was also really sad because it was reflecting what was going on almost in real time. But you also had that with the handmaid's handmaid's tale. Those I who seasons were chilling and I think it was reflecting. You know our deepest fears about what's going to happen moving forward about what was happening happening at the time in that first season the second season now showed you how they got there and that was what was so terrifying. I think on an absolute scale in terms of representation tation. TV is not doing well. Relative to film maybe doing a little bit better. But where have we seen the most material changes in front of and behind Hind Camera. And not just in terms of the ethnicity of the performers age disability sexual orientation gender. I would look at insecure cure. Obviously as a show that embodied so much of that you know but I got this job after College Holland and if it my interest at the time I don't think that's appropriate see all women women of color bringing you you into parts of L. A.. That are not white. La Are not the rich west side and then you look at something like master of none. Rami you don't even have a real job you do nothing at a startup. That does nothing have beaten the all starting up gives them a chance. Thank you on first. Second Generation Kids of immigrants rents but showing you this immigrant the slice of culture that you didn't see on TV before they weren't the the guys with the funny accents of their sidekicks. They're like the kids growing up here. That are having problems dating that career issues. Then you know women God forbid over forty you know shows like big little lies better things so cross the board. You're seeing sort of show like a typical. You know about an autistic kid. And how a family deals with that a net flicks. I would say this decade was really when I hate to say diversity exploded. It's just like when things opened up. Yeah people woke up things up and the idea that you know diversity is good for you no no no no no. It's better it's more interesting. It makes better TV and even more than that and I think this is something. TV has done spectacularly well it's it's obtainable Lorraine Ali the T. critic at the La Times. Daniel Feinberg is a TV critic at the Hollywood reporter. Lorrain Daniel thanks so much for coming in thanks for having US Coming up on the frame weekend in Twenty Twenty Yahya Abdul Mateen. The second will start in two high profile L.. Films this after Closing Twenty Nineteen as Dr Manhattan in. HBO's hit miniseries watchmen.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on The Frame
"See test see what is behind find a song like d'esposito. Yeah there's so much to unpack in this modern masterpiece. One is the son merges old new elements you have this kind of classic traditional Puerto Rican Cuatro Guitar. But you also have these very modern programmed. Drums you have. The characteristic reggae tone rhythm it marries the the kind of smooth romantic vocals of Louis Fonzie with the rat. TAT almost rap like delivery of Daddy Yankee. I think this is a song no matter what what you're looking for in a pop track. This will have it for you and it's probably not that big a leap to Understand the popularity of d'esposito to go see a lot of people at the Rose Bowl who don't speak a word of Korean singing along with every song that a k pop ban bts will perform. They don't understand the words words but it doesn't Matter Cape has been one of the biggest and most important phenomena especially in the second half of this decade and groups like Batista's and Black Pink and monster axe folks have amassed huge international fan bases and made many of those listeners may not speak Korean but they've Asli Learn about the lyrics and the stories behind the songs online on the is certainly there are actually whole translating teams that work to make sure that this is approachable for everybody and and this music is phenomenal. It's really reinvigorated the idol Style group sort of boy band girl. Girl Group SORTA style of music that was popular in the nineties in the United States. It's now back with a huge dude global audience when you look at the nominations for this year's grammys and about what they say about. Maybe what musicians are doing how they represent a snapshot of where music is. What is your take on what this says about where we are right now musically it sort of the opposite about what we were thinking about in in terms of the influence of streaming? Where maybe there are some trends? That people are unifying around. I actually think when we look at the record of the year. We see divergence where there is a lot of genre diversity A lot of artists who are intentionally borrowing from any genre perhaps even within one song I think one of our favorite artists on the list would be Liz. Oh and her and and her entire album truth hurts is up for record of the year. That's right yeah. And it's a fabulous song which is hip hop. It is pop. It borrows a reggae sample sample There are many genres within just one song and she has no problem bending hers honor to meet the message of what she needs to accomplish. It turns out I'm Andrea Win. I'm crying crazy Charlie. Innate things much becoming big US than really fun. The Sloan and Charlie harding hosts. The podcasts switched on pop. Their book switched on Pop. How Popular Culture Works and why it matters is out now now on this episode of the frame weekend? We're looking at pop culture of the past this decade up now television and joining me are two of my favorite regular guests. Lorraine Ali the T. critic for the L. A. Times and Daniel Feinberg ATV ATV critic at the Hollywood reporter so Daniel and Lorraine I'm going to start with a personal story. I was a film reporter pretty much my whole life before I came to. KABC in two thousand fourteen and one of the first things I watched was the first season of true detective and I watched it and I said to everybody everybody I knew man. There's really good. TV NOT BEEN WATCHING IT. This is as good as any movie that I've seen the last year and it was. Yeah I guess I arrived at the right time but it was I opening because TV was not part of my life and then it became part of my life and that was literally the first series I watched and the new job. I mean I would say that probably you arrived say five or six years behind the curve. Everyone else was saying. Oh there's all this great stuff on. TV Never John. Well I think that the transition to the Oh my God. There's all this good stuff on. TV happened a decade earlier. You kind of look at what the nineties looked like and it was still this world in which network worked. TV was relevant in the critical and awards conversation and then suddenly cable took over. But you get to this decade and thanks to streaming and thanks to the proliferation of cable it becomes a point which there's not even a conversation anymore and we're the movie people are even trying desperately to get in on the television access right right and you saw that really at the beginning of the decade with House of cards right when Kevin Spacey was doing a television show like wow you know. He's moving that way. And I think it was the beginning of many things. I mean you know binging as a model for watching. TV right and it was net flicks really breaking aching through at the forefront of really good original content and then it was also these really really kind of original narrative to you know house of cards yes orange is the new black really. There was no real big stars they were you know. Female narratives was made by women and these were like characters that would have been marginalized in any show before that paper Chapman get you blend the. What'd you do not supposed to ask that question? I read that you're not supposed to ask that. He read that we studied for president. I don't think there's any question that orange is the new black. Is this incredibly crucial text. Because we can still talk about it because the thing about has a cards is even before it became a thing. You didn't WanNA touch. Because and Kevin Spacey it. It also transitioned from being this ambitious interesting political show to being this kind of Crummy soap-opera that we kept watching year near anyway whereas whereas Orange is the new black opened doors. And I think giving all of those voices value is of so much more important than whatever it was. That House of have cards did which was basically saying if we give Kevin Spacey and David Fincher enough money they will come do TV which is a valuable lesson. There's no question about that. But it's a financial lesson it's not an artistic. Lessen the other defining show is for better for worse. The one we can't discuss and that's the one created by Louis C. K. and Louis C. K. has has entirely through his own horrible actions made it impossible to discuss him and I am fine with that. I understand it but it still is important to to recognize Louis as a TV show on FX and its importance without that show. You do not get Atlanta. You do not get better things things you do. Not Get this entire list of idiosyncratic small batch shows that are kind of the best of the decade can do so absolutely let's condemn Louis C. K. to the skies. But let's also still acknowledge that there's a piece. He plays in the bigger picture which was a better picture that gets to this idea to that. There are these singular voices that are telling original stories stories lorraine one of your top shows is a good place by Mike. Sure every single thing you had an effect that rippled out over time time and ultimately created some amount of good or bad you know how some people pulling the breakdown lane when those traffic they think to themselves who cares. No one's watching watching we watch bribes show that is addressing some really important things. Philosophy and kindness is and how we treat each other. That on a network seems almost unimaginable. They make it so interesting and they make it really funny and it's dealing also with the idea via of like right and wrong and all that gray area in between them my God in this decade like that idea of what's right what's wrong with the truth that certainly played into a lot of the struggles. Wriggles we were having on other fronts. You know this decade dealing with this presidency dealing with politics dealing with different forms of media coming out you I think it sort sort of filled all that space in between and also asked the big question. Is there really a good or bad place after this place. We're talking with rain. All the and Daniel Feinberg about the decade in television. Some of the best political commentary anywhere right now. I think is on shows like John. Oliver Stephen Colbert her. Trevor Noah but in terms of scripted series in terms of the way that fictional shows are dealing with the real world. You guys see an evolution in thanking and a creative way for these shows to start talking about important issues even through made up.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on KPCC
"Of the LA times and Daniel Feinberg of The Hollywood Reporter I think that the transition to the oh my god there's all this good stuff on TV happened a decade earlier you kind of look at what the nineties look like and it was still this world in which network TV was relevant in the critical in awards conversation and then suddenly cable took over but you get to this decade and thanks to streaming and thanks to proliferation of cable it becomes a point which there's not even a conversation anymore and where the movie people are even trying desperately to get in on the television access because for heaven sakes look at chi aid to cinema attempting to call a Showtime series directed by David Lynch the best movie of the decade that was a TV show I don't care what the film snob say if they want to attempt to co opt well we've been building in the TV world they can but come on it's all about TV and we all know it but you touched on something very important TV used to be a stepping stone for film directing now it's totally opposite the fight what can I do to get a series what can I do to be a show runner TV is where I am and I have the most maybe creative freedom but also be able to reinvent myself for telestrator I can't tell until right and you saw that really at the beginning of the decade with house of cards right when Kevin Spacey was doing a television show think wow you know he's moving that way and I think was the beginning of many things I mean you know binging as a model for watching TV right and it was Netflix really breaking through at the forefront of really good original content and then it was also these really really kind of original narratives you you know house of cards yes but orange is the new black really was around the same time there was no real big stars they were you know female narratives is made by women and these were like characters that would have been marginalized in any show before that this is paper Chapman we'll get you blind they would you do opposed to ask that question I read that you're not supposed to ask that red we need to study for prison got the backstory you got them and pathetically and I think those two shows kind of really kicked off the decade which is interesting because of her closing at we're looking at Disney and apple moving into the streaming wears a maybe changing that model again and maybe not for the better I mean the creativity I think that streaming Netflix Hulu Amazon have brought to the table we may be going the other way but it really made for an amazing tech Kay and of incredible content then I'm still catching up on that strip Daniel I'm wondering if there was a show that you can take a more shows that represented kind of a change in the way T. V. was getting made and this ambition in the stories over the last ten years I don't think with that there's any question that or just the new black is this incredibly crucial taxed because we can still talk about it because the thing about has the cards is even before it became a thing you didn't want to touch because and Kevin Spacey it also transition from being this ambitious interesting political show to being this kind of crummy soap opera that we kept watching your in your anyway whereas origins the black opened doors and I think giving all of those voices value is of so much more important than whatever it was that house of cards did which was basically saying if we give Kevin Spacey and David Fincher enough money they will come to TV which is a valuable lesson there's no question about that but it's a financial lesson it's not an artistic lesson Daniel in the rain pretty much every conversation I have with you around the networks announcing their slate is how much they are trying to reinvent themselves and how much they care how much they're bound to an old model of storytelling but Daniel you have only one streaming show and that's bojack horseman on your list of the ten shows that are most memorable from the past decade so what we're networks and cable channels doing right obviously if you look at my list it's also much more cable heavy so that is that is the key thing I had one broadcast show and one streaming show when I could have had a couple more streaming shows I think what you see if you look at my list is how much HBO was doing right in the decade and how much particularly affects was doing right in the decade and the other defining show is for better or for worse the one we can't discuss and that's the one created by Louis C. K. and Louis C. K. has entirely through his own horrible actions made it impossible to discuss him and I am fine with that and I understand that but it still is important to recognize Louis as a TV show on FX and its importance and to understand what it said in terms of what the format can do in terms of the stories it tried to tell in the way they try to tell it without that show you do not get it lanta you do not get better things you do not get this entire list of idiosyncratic small batch shows that are kind of the best of what the decade can do so absolutely let's condemn Louis C. K. to the skies but let's also still acknowledged that there's a piece he plays in a bigger picture which was a better picture that gets to this idea to that there are these singular voices that are telling original stories in the rain one of your top shows is a good place by Mike sure every.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on The Frame
"KPCC supporters include Fox searchlight presenting Joe Rabbit from writer director actor Taika Waititi include on both. Afi's the National Board of reviews ten best pictures of the year and now nominated for the Sag Award for Best Ensemble and best supporting actress. Scarlett Johansson seven critics choice awards including best picture and best adapted screenplay and the Golden Globe Award for best actor and best picture of the year awards awards eligible in all categories KPCC. PODCASTS are supported by Warner brothers. Presenting Joker Varieties Owen Gleiberman Leiberman named joker the best film. Twenty nineteen calling it a movie that can and will stand the test of time. Walking Phoenix Mesmerizes in the performance of of the year now nominated for the screen actors guild for outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role seven critics choice awards and four Golden Globe awards including in Best Picture Best Director and best actor for consideration in all categories. Let's continue now with our conversation about the past past decade in television with critics Lorraine Ali of the La Times and Daniel Feinberg from the Hollywood reporter. I asked our guest to name their top show the past ten in years. Let's start with a clip from Daniel. Feinberg choice I would like to be president someday so no. I have not smoked marijuana Ada Brownie. Once at a party in college. It was intense kind of indescribable. Actually I felt like I was floating. Turns out. There wasn't any pot in the Brown. It was just an insanely good Brownie. I think I like juxtaposing parks and REC as kind of the show of the first half of the decade and veep as the show the second half of the decade and whether the lines are exactly as clear as that probably isn't true. But I kind of you. Mike sure whereas being our generations Frank CAPRA. He is fundamentally an optimist. He believes that institutions work and that people given even the opportunity will gravitate towards their better selves. which is kind of what the good places about whereas you had veep and our mother Nucci is not what an optimist in the same way? He believes that there's a certain inherent wrought in systems and in political institutions. And so if the first half of the decade was this Leslie nope trying to get things done in small town Indiana and the second half was Selina. Meyer basically becoming increasingly increasingly amoral role in her desires simply to be the president of the United States. This is kind of the journey that we took over this decade. As far as I'm concerned America owes me an eight year. Stay in the White House. At this time I want out war. Yes do that I mean it sounds like shouting balcony and Munich but the amazing thing about veep. I think and Julia Julia Louis Dreyfuss has said this is that even though it is satire. What was happening in that show was not at all that far removed from what was happening in real life? The stuff they were making up was almost happening in reality. Yes and it was comedy which was also really sad because it was reflecting what was going on almost in real time but you also had that. What the handmaid's tale and I would say that? Those first two seasons were chilling. And I think it was reflecting. You know our deepest his fears about what's going to happen moving forward about what was happening at the time in that first season the second season though showed you how they got there and that was what was so terrifying defying because it really showed a society that was moving are in America. That was moving much in the same way that we seem to be moving at the time and well I know it. It was almost too heavy duty for many people to watch. I found it impossible to look away from because it was like we have to see this. We have to watch this. I want to know how we're going to get to that really bad place. We're talking with rain. All the Daniel Feinberg about the decade and television I think on an absolute scale in terms of representation TV is not doing well relative to film maybe doing a little bit better. But we're have. We seen the most material changes in front of vent behind the camera and not just in terms of the ethnicity of the performers age disability sexual orientation gender. How're those things changing gene? And where do you take some sort of comfort that things are moving in the right direction. I would look at insecure obviously as a show that embodied so much of that you want to do No but I got the job after college and if ensures that the time are you single I don't think that's S. appropriate. You see a women women of color bringing you into parts of La that are not white L. A. are not the rich rich west side and then look at something like master of none a Rami. You don't even have a real job you do nothing at a startup that does nothing have PD. The all starting up gives them a chance. Thank you mom. First second generation kids of immigrants but very Americanized but showing knowing you this immigrant the slice of immigrant culture that you didn't see on TV before they weren't the the guys with the funny accents of their sidekicks. They're like the kids growing up here. That are having problems dating that. Have career issues. Then you know women God forbid over forty shows like big little lies better things so cross the board your things. The show like a typical about an autistic kid and how a family deals with that are net. Flex I would say this decade was really when I hate you just saying diversity the exploded. It's just like when things opened up. Yeah people woke up things opened up and the idea that you know diversity is good for you no no no oh no it's better it's more interesting it makes better TV. I mean that's why it's great and even more than that and I think this is something. TV has done spectacularly tackler well it's obtainable you know it is a thing you can do you look at the example of John Landgraf at Fx Marine Ryan wrote a story about how they did not have have enough directors who were women and people of Color. John Landgraf said. We're GONNA do this. We're going to have a fifty fifty split by X.. Number of years and he did it you look at what age do Vernay has done in the writing and directing ranks on queen sugar where every episode has been directed by a woman many of whom had never been given the opportunity he to direct an episode of TV before. She said. I'm going to do this. And she did it. Tanya Saracho Vida did the exact same thing she said. I am going going to find Latin X writers lat next women directors and. I'm going to give them these opportunities. And I don't know that film has anywhere near either the desire or the pipelines or pathways to do it but I find it very encouraging that if we look at this decade you see that if you put in the effort for it and say I am going to do this thing you actually can. Lorraine Ali TV critic at the L. A. Times Daniel Feinberg is a TV critic at the Hollywood reporter. Lorraina Elena Daniel. Thanks so much for coming in for having US thank you Up Next on the frame are look back. The past decade on Broadway with New York Times theater critic Jesse.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on The Frame
"KPCC PODCASTS are supported by twentieth century. Fox presenting forward versus Ferrari directed by James Mangold starring Christian. Bale and Matt Damon now nominated mandated for a Golden Globe for best actor Christian Bale and five critic's choice nominations including best picture of the year. KPCC supporters include search presenting. Joe Rabbit nominated for the Sag Award for Best Ensemble. Seven critics choice awards including best picture. The Golden Globe for Best Picture and one of AF is ten best pictures of of the year for consideration in all categories broadcasts that are at KPCC. This is the frame. I'm John John Horn and happy new year to one and all on today's show we hear from some of our favorite critics about the decade in culture. I in television where where are viewing habits went through a revolution new creativity. I think that streaming Netflix Hulu Amazon have brought to the table. We may be gone on the other way but it really made an amazing tech aid of incredible content than him. Still catching up on. And then we'll hear how the theater world was transformed by little musical coke called Hamilton. All that coming up on the frame. KPCC PODCASTS are supported you by twentieth century Fox presenting forward versus Ferrari directed by James Mangold and starring Christian. Bale and Matt Damon now nominated for a Golden Globe for best actor actor Christian Bale and five critic's choice nominations including best picture of the year. Today we look back at the past decade in television. Remember the year. Two thousand ten well. The notion of streaming wasn't even part of our reality. Netflix first series Lily Hammer. Didn't Premiere Until Twenty twelve twelve but what a difference a decade makes streaming dominated. My conversation with two of my favorite. TV Creeks Lorraine Ali of the L. A. Times and Daniel Feinberg of the Hollywood reporter. I think that the transition to the Oh my God. There's all this good stuff on. TV happened a decade earlier. You kind of look at what the nineties looked like and it it was still this world in which network. TV was relevant in the critical in awards conversation and then suddenly cable took over. But you get to this decade and thanks to streaming and thanks to proliferation of cable it becomes a point at which there's not even a conversation anymore and where the movie people are even trying desperately to get in on on the television access because for Heaven Sakes look at Kaiei to cinema attempting to call a showtime series directed by David Lynch the best movie of the decade. That was a TV TV show. I don't care what the film SNOB say. If they want to attempt to co opt we've been building in the TV world. They can but come on it's all about TV and we all know it but you touch on something very important. TV used to be a stepping stone for film director. And now it's totally the opposite. It's like what can I do to get a series. What can I do to be a show runner? TV is where. I'm going to have the most maybe creative freedom but also be able to reinvent myself. Tell a story that I can't tell on film right and you. We saw that really at the beginning of the decade with House of cards. Right when Kevin Spacey was doing a television show like wow you know. He's moving that way. And I think it was the beginning of many things I mean you know binging as model for watching. TV right and it was net flicks really breaking through through at the forefront of really good original content and then it was also these really really kind of original narrative to you know house of cards yes but Orange is. The new black really was around the same time. There was no real big stars they were female narratives was made by a woman and these were like characters that would would have been marginalized in any show before that Piper Chapman get you. BLONDIE would you. Do you not supposed to ask that question. I read that you're not supposed to ask that. He read that eating studied for prison. Got Their back story. You got them pathetically. The and I think those two shows kind of really kicked off the decade which is interesting because those were closing it. We're looking at Disney and apple moving into the streaming wars and maybe changing changing that model again and maybe not for the better. I mean the creativity. I think that streaming Netflix Hulu Amazon have brought to the table. We we may be going the other way but it really made for an amazing tech cade of incredible content. Then I'm still catching up on drew. Daniel I'm wondering if there was a show so that you can think of or shows that represented kind of a change in the way. TV was getting made and the ambition in the stories over the last ten near. I don't think there's any question that orange is the new black. Is this incredibly crucial text. Because we can still talk about it because the thing about has the cards is even and before it became a thing. You didn't WanNA touch. Because and Kevin Spacey. It also transitioned from being this ambitious interesting political show to being this kind of crummy soap opera that we kept watching year near anyway whereas orange is the new black opened doors and I think giving all of those voices voices value is of so much more important than whatever it was. That House of cards did which was basically saying if we give Kevin Spacey and David Fincher enough money they will come. Come do TV. which is a valuable lesson? There's no question about that. But it's a financial lesson it's not an artistic lesson Daniel Lorraine pretty much every conversation I have with you around the networks announcing their slates is how much they are trying to reinvent themselves and how much they can't how much they're bound to an old old model of storytelling. But Daniel you have only one streaming show and that's Beau. Jack Correspond on your list of the ten shows that are most memorable. Oh from the past decade so what we're networks and cable channels doing right. Obviously if you look at my list it's also much more cable heavy so that is that is the key thing. I had one broadcast cash show and one streaming show and I could have had a couple more streaming shows. I think what you see if you look at my list is how much. HBO was doing right in the decade. And how much particularly affects was doing right in the decade and the other defining show is for better for worse the one we can't discuss and that's the one created by Louis C. K.. And Louis. CK has entirely through his own. Horrible actions made it impossible to discuss him. And I am fine with that and I understand it but it's still is important to recognize Louis as a TV show on FX and its importance and to understand what it said in terms of what the format format can do in terms of the stories that tried to tell in the way they try to tell it without that show you do not get Atlanta. You do not get better things you do. Not Get this entire list of idiosyncratic small batch shows that are kind of the best of what the decade can do so absolutely. Let's condemn Louis C. K.. To the skies. But let's also still acknowledge that there's a piece. He plays in in a bigger picture which was a better picture that gets to this idea to that. There are these singular voices that are telling original stories stories and Lorraine one of your top shows is a good place by Mike. Sure every single thing you did had an effect that rippled out over time time and ultimately created some amount of good or bad. You know how some people pulling to the breakdown lane when those traffic they think to themselves who cares. No one's watching we watch sobriety show that is addressing some really important things philosophy and kindness us and how we treat each other. That on a network seems almost unimaginable. Right and I think when we talk about you know network. TV trying to catch up struggling. This was almost I wouldn't even say it was the influence of some of the more daring shows from streaming. I would say like leaped beyond that because to put put a series together based on philosophical morals and ethics. I mean my God who wants to watch that we all sleep in class to that right but they make Ebersol but they make it which would explain why I'm really the person I am today They make it so interesting and they make it really funny any and it's dealing also with the idea of like right and wrong and all that gray area in between them my God in this decade like that idea of what's right what's wrong with the truth. What are we imagining? That certainly played into a lot of the struggles. We were having on other fronts this decade dealing with this presidency dealing with politics dealing with different forms of media coming out you. I think it's sort of filled all that space in between and also ask the big question. Is there really a good a bad place. After this place coming up on the frame more of my conversation with TV critics Lorraine Ali and Daniel Feinberg about the eventful past decade in television..
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on KPCC
"The group is called the television critics association and the TCA summer meetings conclude tomorrow Daniel Feinberg is a TV critic at The Hollywood Reporter and a long time PCA member we talked about today's announcement that this year's Emmy awards just like the Oscars won't have a host that is the news this morning out of fox's TCA press tour panel where Charlie call you're officially said what I guess we've all been suspecting for a couple weeks that talks would not be bothering with with a host for the enemy the sort of general explanation they looked over at the TV landscape saw all of the TV shows that were ending and started that it would be better to celebrate the programming of the year than to take time out with a revolving host since we last spoke ABC has presented affects has presented fox is in the middle of his presentation and NBC Universo will present tomorrow overall have you detected any kind of patterns to what the traditional broadcast networks are doing it's been a couple years now we're basically the broadcast networks have all emphasized the exacting point which is we're still the biggest audience we're still doing innovative things we're still alive and vibrant and also get ready to check out our streaming platforms which will surely be the way to you watch all TV in the future so the like everybody else I understand that things are going in streaming directions and it behooves you to have a platform that you're going to be supporting and but first thing in the future affects announced that it is going to make a fourth season of Atlanta I don't remember seeing a third season of Atlanta that hasn't happened yet has it I don't you did not miss anything the third and fourth seasons of Atlanta were formally announced that affects you a day of the third season will begin production in the spring of both seasons will be eight episodes but basically FX has a whatever you want to do whatever you want to do it just let us know Donald Glover role and I believe basically what Donald Glover told them was I would like the opportunity to to see the and then we'll figure things out and affect that okay hello FX also said the next American crime story is going to be about Monica Lewinsky they were contemplating doing something about hurricane Katrina obviously a lot of conversations around the timing of its making and it's for a lease what it affects head John Landgraf have to say not only about this decision but about when it's going to come out around the twenty twenty election well the plan is to have the impeachment season of American crime story come out next September end of September so that September twenty twenty at which point you know people might be vaguely aware that there's a presidential election coming up I got the feeling that John Landgraf was at least partially unprepared for some of the concerns that popped up immediately on Twitter and across the internet that this was exactly the sort of thing that our current president Saddam and the fox news crew would use as basically the new front in their never ending war against the Clintons are your well being honest I can't imagine because that's what Ryan Murphy would be thinking that he was doing here I think there's no question that the focus of the season is going to be on the quote unquote women up the scandal and so Monica Lewinski being a producer on the series which was always a big deal to Ryan Murphy is going to be a central thing it is presumably going to be our story but yeah there there was some concern on Twitter that this might in some way benefit the current administration becoming a talking point John Landgraf said did not expect it what and fox has the six and I think final episode of empire I think they announced that Jesse small that will not return to the series is there talk of a spin off or the next iteration and that show's future what we talked about was that they're in the Lee Daniels business there in that Danny strong business so if we Daniels and Danny strong have a project that they want to pitch to them they would be happy to hear it I I think that was all that they wanted to say they didn't say were actively developing a spin off or something there was sort of the inference that basically what they want to do with this last season news give the empire eighties send off and the obviously don't want the job to smaller going to overshadow whatever collapse and plans are but yeah so empire is going Lee Daniels and Debbie stronger both part of the family and all hell empire dot dot the small it need not apply NBC has yet to present but you've probably seen previews and clips and maybe episodes of a bunch of new shows I ask you this the last time we talked as anything popped in your mind something you're either especially eager to look at or have seen the pilot for and can recommend already the simple answer that question is really very similar to last time not really I have yet to be a breakout hit among the new network shows anything could happen without any question the most exciting thing that NBC is paneling on the last day press corps is naturally enough the final season of a good place so I think that that is usually the most anticipated panel of collective crest you are and if there were any new the good points or the next the good place in all lined up for any of the networks I definitely have not seen any you can't or indication there are definitely some interesting things happening on cable and screaming broadcasters mostly going for middle of the road sometimes in a did you find Berg is a TV critic at The Hollywood Reporter he is also the president of the television critics association warmer warmer warmer R. I. P. R. I. P. Daniel flying birds presidency no longer the president of the television critics well look into the impeachment of Daniel Feinberg Danielle thanks for coming back thanks for having me coming up on the frame a new documentary on China's one child policy and the horrific lanes the country went to enforcing that how mass shootings change our relationship with public spaces I'm afraid it's going to certain events where there's a large amount of people every time I go to a concert sporting event I think about the possibilities of something tragic happens I'm tens innovate got and that's next time on the.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on Tech News Today
"Buying thing even like a small thing, just like you know, you could buy a ten dollar shirt or something, or, or even like a, a, a unique sticker from some, you know, Cape star that you're a fan of you can only have if you pay a little bit of money for a quarter, if you can if you can buy things right away like in a moment. No credit card involved, you know, no intern and all those annoying numbers just like a second. It's like built into your phone. It's acquired into the app that is vastly more commerce. It's going to start happening on Facebook's apps. And if people can buy directly in the ads that way, which is the kind of thing that crypto currency makes feasible, what ads, they are able to run become van. More lucrative. No, the the returns on those ads get way higher. So I just think there's another side of opportunities here, which suggests Facebook might be better off being cautious about hoovering up too much data because there's too many other ways for them to make money. Yeah. They're men they're, they're, hopefully they're probably already cautious about this, those kind of built into thing because if this has been developing over the last year, you'd better believe, you know, that's been top of top of mind as they've been creating this as well. I do. I think that it would deprive privacy ideas real like I buy that. Yep. Yep. Well history will reveal itself, I suppose. Yes. Normally. Yeah, it will, and it could be very wrong there. I. Yeah. Brady is really great to get you on. Thank you so much for taking some time today to talk to us about libra Brady Dale rights for, for coined desk dot com. Where can people follow what you're doing online? I mean, coin dot com is great a lot of people really follow her Twitter at going to ask, you know, I love people. Follow my Twitter to at ready Dale right on Brady. Thank you so much. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks at time. Yeah. Have a good day. All right. Coming up, what can happen when the determined hacker hijacks, your sim, it turns out, it's kind of a nightmare, so we're gonna talk about that, but first this up. So tech news weekly is brought to you by behind the tech podcast from Microsoft chief technology officer, Kevin. Scott takes you behind the scenes with tech innovators pioneers and into the history of computing in past episodes. He's talked to Daniel Feinberg Pixar, computer, scientists creating magic through lighting jerem. On linear, many people call him. The father of virtual reality, there's Reid Hoffman who's an investor author entrepreneur and best known for co founding linked in a lot of past episodes to check out in the most recent episode actually Kevin spoke with Serie, you a gun Guli an innovator in artificial intelligence from quantum mechanics string theory to monkey brains and Electrophysiology mapping Syria's take on a may surprise unit super interesting stuff on behind the tech, you'll hear what inspired their podcast guests to author languages to build the tools that.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on OnEducation
"So then yeah, we're always interested in people's stories. So could you tell us a little bit about yours? Give us the Daniel Feinberg went. Oh one. Sure. I grew up in Boulder, Colorado. Awesome, my parents. They're both architecture. They're both artists. My sister's artists were doing art all the time growing up. It wasn't even something. I really thought about my parents, art classes, you know, when we needed to after school care, something and at the same time in fourth grade, one of the teachers are sorry, one of the dads at my school said, hey, I wanna teach programming glass and I didn't know what programming was, but I already liked the computers. We had which is three of I think it was the first apple computers that might have been the second round, nice and took this program in class, in a language that is actually shockingly still around. It was much more rudimentary than but called logo and in logo you make pictures. And so it was code making pictures, which happens to be poor to. This looking back. But that that was kind of how I got with computers. I always love math and science and just kept programming as sort of a hobby. I moved on the next year to the language basic. And, and then when I got to college, I thought maybe I'd do engineering, and then I was like, why would I do that? I've got to do computer. That's already my hobbies so studying computer science and my junior year, there was this computer Rapids class. I was dying to take and finally taking my junior year and the professor showed the short animated films computer animated films, and it was, I think, probably the person animation all of us had seen maybe a tiny bit before that. But I for me that was it like I was like that is what I have to do with my life and knows kind of idea that all the math science and code could come together to tell stories and create world and characters and stuff was pure magic. And so, I set my sights on that and was lucky enough that Pixar was hiring people's so for their second film. The personal was toys story. Yeah. Second film was a bug's life and started in a very. Entry level technical position. And then moved into lighting sort of combo of art attacking have been doing that ever since. In you kind of tell a little bit of that story in your Ted talk. And and, and I've had a chance of watched it a couple times and it resonated with me like tons of ways in it. You talk about math and science and coding and how they all come together to, to create stories and worlds. And when I was in the classroom teaching computer science, I talk computer science, but I also taught things like togr, Affi and graphic design and it was all centered around game design, in fact..
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on OnEducation
"That's just that's just they and we need to encourage these administer the whoever's making these hiring decisions in monitoring the staff and whatever he did take a good hard. Look at how we're treating these kids and the procedures that you use. How unimaginable to me that like this is the thing. This'll be the there will be situations where this is the first time a kid will realize that they're poor. Yes, they for me right there. That was I didn't actually realize it up until that point. I mean, there was all of these other signs that we were poor. But I didn't actually you don't notice. They don't resonate with you. Don't do that as a kid. Sure. How, but then you someone does make you that light turns on and you go your different going on. Yeah. Yup. And they brought it to me at school. Boy, I learned about it through, you know, just trying to eat a meal, the damn meal, just the worst. Listen we love talking, but the stuff because we think it's important that people do not all of the things in education are good guys, newsflash. And it's important that we talk about them because someone's got in, you got to meet them head on. So we're going to keep doing that in, hopefully, you know, I realize it kind of feels sometimes like you're pushing against the tide a little bit with some of this stuff. But, you know, you, you gotta keep pushing and hopefully other people will come along in in push with us. And you know, eventually will it will change make some people see that you gotta think about how you doing things. And this is another one of those things for sure. Yes. When we come back, we'll be speaking with Daniel Feinberg really excited about this. So stay with us. All right. Welcome back to the podcast. Everyone Daniel Feinberg is the director of autocracy at Pixar animation studios, her work is the perfect blend of science in coding and art. All with immense amount of passion, and creativity thrown in outside of Pixar. Danielle is a passionate voice for women entering stem fields in a major advocate for girls who code on Sunday at St. she'll be sharing her story as the Keno presenter, and she joins us today on the podcast. Welcome to the show Daniel Here here. here..
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"Editor, and I'm joined as usual by my partner and banter, the one and only Daniel Feinberg what's up, Dan. What is up, Leslie? I don't know, man. Dodgers lose into the cubs right now. The Red Sox looked like they'd gotten off the Schneider with a weekend sweep of the Devil Rays. Always be the Devil Rays to me. But then promptly dropped the double header to the Tigers. So the Tigers and we're just talking baseball because there's no TV news discussing right, Leslie, I'm not at all. I mean, it's wasn't as usual another busy week on the news front. But if you want I can run through some headlines is that what you're seeing me up for here would like that. Leslie, well, let's do that before we get into this week's top five. Well, leave not the week that good fight is back for four season on CBS all access. The marvelous MRs Mazel creators have lined up their next drama for Amazon, and it's going to be you guessed it an art drama. That is also. Yes, a period drama homeland, creators. Howard, Gordon, and Alex Gaza have left their longtime home at Twentieth Century Fox, meaning Disney for a big lucrative deal at Sony. But still sounds weird. No matter how many times you say it absolutely Jean Carlos Zito has said season. Six of better cost soul will be the end which AMC says is premature to confirm, well, if Giancarlo Esposito doesn't know who would possibly no I mean, he's a series regular on that show. I don't know who would know showtimes, doing a four part docu series exploring the stars who cut their chops at the comedy store. That would be really good material to do like a scripted show about safer example, the comedy scene in the nineteen seventies. You're so much recommend that to show. Yeah. I, you know, I think they might be familiar with that, Dan. Yeah. But I mean in a larger sense, it feels like the only headlines anyone is talking about this week is honestly game of thrones. And avengers and game. I mean, it just feels like that's where pop culture is right now. And so as a result, we're gonna talk about neither of those two things in this week's five headlines. That's right with so much going on across the TV landscape, Dan. And I are here on the podcast go beyond those top headlines and offer a deep dive into some of the bigger issues this week with all that out of the way. Let's get into our five topics number one. Leading off this week. The CW did something that has never done before in network history with renewables.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"To find a way we'll find a way they will find someone who helps them find the way I think it's hard to mandate it because mandating doesn't guarantee quality or even -tunities. It's on the other hand is no question that where there is resistance to opportunity things should be done. I mean, it should be opportunities for everybody. Maybe except us old folks. Well, the last question is if someone called you today if the phone rang right now and somebody said this repeater, we're in trouble here in in Hollywood at our studio. Would you come come? Save us take over the reins one more time. What would what would your response be my marriage is far more important than the job? And it would be one or the other. At that point. Well, anyway, thank you very much for this. I really it's a treat to get closer. And thank you for the inquiries. Thanks very much for tuning into awards cheddar. We really appreciate you taking the time to do that. And would really appreciate you taking a minute more. Subscribe to our podcast for free on I tunes or your podcasts up and to leave us a rating as well. If you have any questions comments or concerns, you can reach me via Twitter at Twitter dot com slash fiber. And you can follow all of my coverage between up Soad's at T HR dot com slash the race. Finally, be sure to check out the other podcasts that are part of the Hollywood reporter's podcast network. All of which are excellent Lesley Goldberg and Daniel Feinberg TV's top five set the Brown, and chip pope's it happened in Hollywood. Caroline gerardine is behind the screen and Josh wiggles series regular on behalf of all of us at the Hollywood reporter, thanks for tuning in.
Through the eyes of Annie Leibovitz
"From the Mon broadcast center at KP. See see this is the frame, I'm John horn on today's show what the cancellation of Pearvel shows on Netflix might mean for the future of the TV business then from antiwar demonstrations to Arnold Schwarzenegger, riding horseback. Any Vits has photographed at all we walked through a new exhibit of her early work was not a good photojournaling. So I was going to have to tell more my story from my point of view and left journalism behind eventually turned to portraiture because it was a way of having real licensed to do what you wanted in a photograph and the country swing band asleep at the wheel is still rolling along fifty years after its founding all that coming up on the frame. With so many new players jumping into the streaming game including Disney, apple and Warner media. Twenty nineteen is likely to bring some big changes to the TV business. We called up Daniel Feinberg a TV critic for the Hollywood reporter to talk about what the future could look like to TV viewers. He's just finished covering two weeks of presentations from broadcast networks cable channels and streaming services at the television critics association meetings. We started with the news from earlier this week that net flicks. His canceling Jessica Jones and the punisher to marvel shows which not coincidentally are also Disney properties. There is no question that we are on the brink of some sort of key transition point. And regardless of what you choose to call it, whether you want to call it these streaming wars or the road to new cable, or whatever you wanted describe it as there are things that are changing that are going to dramatically reshape what the media landscape look. In five years in the same way that five years ago, it looked completely different. And I think that there's no question that the cancellation of the marvel shows on Netflix is a. Assign a gesture in a certain direction because these were very high profile shows for Netflix when they premiered and they were part of a big programming strategy. And now, suddenly all of the marvel properties are really part of aid Disney, plus or a Disney marvel streaming strategy, and so they don't fit with Netflix anymore. And I think that you're gonna see something with the tug of war over something like friends, I think that we are only at the beginning of what is going to be probably the biggest story in where television is going in the next year and a half probably. And that is basically that the people who create those shows used to see companies like Netflix as a source of ancillary revenue and now they see streaming services as direct competitors. So they're trying to pull their content back at their launching their own streaming services. Is that the bigger picture here? I think that is definitely the bigger picture. And all of the things that the Netflix and Hulu have kind of taken for granted as the foundation of their. Business model, you know, the for whatever we want to say about the apparently twelve billion dollars that Netflix last year poured into original programming acquired content is still a major portion of what people actually stream on Netflix. Whether it's whether it's friends, whether it's the office, whether it's all of the CW shows, and that's great for Netflix because it allows net flicks to have that kind of foundation, but it, but it's also a business that the people who actually own those programs want to be in. And so is Netflix original programming is it enough if suddenly the studio start taking away all of their prestige programs. Yeah. I don't know. Let's talk about a couple of new programs one that's on Netflix. It's called Russian doll and one on Hulu called Penn. Fifteen. These are shows that seem to be getting a lot of attention. Are they worth checking out? And how are they doing so far? I think they're absolutely were checking out, and I think we had absolutely no idea how either one of them is doing. Let's look says not put out a press release boasting that forty million people in some form or another have watched Russian doll. So I don't know all I know is that it's a really good show. It's a really smart show. It's a show that plays around with with format and with tone, and with style in very impressive ways. So Russian dolls. Definitely we're checking out, and I think Penn fifteen on Hulu is is a lot of fun to gimmick is the two co creators are basically playing junior high versions of themselves. Devil dis her last night at camp. How was even possible? I don't know what happened in the middle of her sleep. That's so unfair that happens to me surrounded by actual preteen and teen actors, and it's it's a really good show about the awkwardness of being a teenager. That's maybe aimed at older viewers who survived those years. I wanna talk about a couple of other shows that might be worth talking about FOX has a series called proven innocent pop has a series called flack and DC universe has a series called doom patrol or any of those shows are other things that you've seen jumping out in terms of midseason or early start shows that are coming out either. Now, or very soon one of the shows that if you've watched any BC in the past couple of weeks, and you're going to see as we move towards the Oscars this weekend that is getting a lot of buzz for ABC as whiskey cavalier whiskey cavalier. One of our best agents. I intelligence proven to be a huge asset to the bureau. You and your fiance recently parted ways. Yes, we did mutual most commercial, but I'm totally fine with it. We have the footage. How? It's a show that I would say succeeds at its goals, and that's something that I wouldn't necessarily say about say proven innocent, which is a very very run of the mill entirely forgettable legal procedural at the very least whiskey cavalier is pretty people Scott fully and learn Cohen or the stars are attractive and fun. And they're having a good time. It was shot in Europe. And it makes actual good use of European locations. It's got all of the depth of a very very shallow puddle. But on the other hand, it's fun. And it's the same with with DC universe is doomed patrol, which is kind of quirky kind of odd and of vast improvement over DC universe's, I live action show which was titans, which was all gloomy and glum and unpleasant. So there's something to be said for improvement one of the other things that happens at the as is that critics get sneak peeks, maybe it's some footage. Maybe it's a pilot of a show. That's not going to be on for a couple of months. Is there anything that you and your colleagues? Saw that might not be coming out immediately. But that you're really interested in seeing what more there is the series. Well, I definitely can't review. The one episode I've seen of FX Fosse Verdon, but I can tell you that that show which starts Sam Rockwell, and Michelle Williams is definitely going to be worth one that I'm looking forward to checking out. It's the story of Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon. And so there's a lot of fifty sixty seventies cinematic, and Broadway and musical references and dancing and choreography. And I'm not gonna say anything more than I'm looking forward to seeing more episodes. Daniel Feinberg is a TV critic for the Hollywood reporter. He is also the president of the television critics association Daniel, thanks for your time and your insight. Thank you for having me. Coming up on the frame, any leave of its walks through an exhibit of her early work.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"March third and fourth HBO. So that is famed choreographer. Wade Robson who has worked with many a musical act Britney Spears in sync. Just just to say, I mean that doesn't make his testimony anymore credible or any less credible. Right. But this is a figure that many of you will likely recognize to some degree who is speaking out. Boy, they said when this showed at Sundance, which is where it initially premiered. It's a two part. I believe a total four hour. Yeah. Four hour long film. That'll be split into two parts. They say that it shocked critics and audiences when it was shown at Sundance in varieties, Owen Glieberman called it, quote, devastating and Hollywood reporters Daniel Feinberg praised it as complicated and heartbreaking. And they say they're going to say this is not a movie about Michael Jackson. This is not a movie about Michael Jackson, abusing little boys. It's a movie about two families and how to families came to terms with what their sons revealed to them many years after Jackson died. Wow. Wow. We so the families already on. Speaking out and saying that this is crap. This isn't true. Well, listen, this'll go to the court of public opinion. And then it will be interesting to see and again, not drawing a direct comparison here. But you look at our Kelly in the docu search came out about him, and how so many places have said artists have said I don't want to be on a song that off of a streaming service. Yeah. Services said we're gonna do away with it. You wonder are Kelly. Had a fan base. But he did not have a Michael Jackson fan base. And what's interesting is that Michael Jackson for longer than our Kelly has been battling these rumors about his the alleged sexual abuse of minors. And so this this will be this will be interesting. And if true, you know, you try to balance it all you're watching it as half entertainment and halfway there are real people involved really screwed them up. Totally. I always wondered about Corey Feldman and Corey hyme. Yeah. He's he has never come forward. This is someone who's come forward about other people in Hollywood in those two were really good friends. It's kind of interesting to hear that you know, nothing ever happened there. Yeah. But Corey Feldman was also high profile. No. I know a lot of people are saying how can you guys we turn to you for laughs, especially on a snowy day, how can you pivot out of this into that? I said don't worry about it. Corey Feldman was a guest on twin cities live a few years back and moments before he was supposed to be on the show. We couldn't find him and our producer Maggie Margaret on the streets. Ran back. And then boom, Corey Feldman comes out of the bathroom. And she said Corey, and he said I had to poop. Without missing a beat as she never did said, everybody poops, let's go out.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on The Frame
"Mine online but he left me barred that's neiwand yes think mixed martial arts matches action flicks in lots and lots of the reality crime show cops well today viacom is changing the channels identity one more time naming it after the company's best known brand the paramount channel it is now called i asked the hollywood reporter's tv critic daniel feinberg how it differs from spike the simplest way is that they are aiming for a 5050 gender split and basically what happened was that spike tv had you know ten plus years where they had a number of shows the did reasonably well but they were lacking that sort of breakout show and then possibly the breakout show that they had was lipstick battle ran lip sync battles skewed rather dramatically female not necessarily more female but compared to everything else on spike will at that point in a probably a little bit before the good people of the parent company of paramount said gee wouldn't it be nice if we had more viewers and maybe it turns out that just aiming at uh at eighteen to thirty four for nine men just isn't necessarily enough and so basically what they're going for is is all people of all genders but again only teen forty nine those are the people who matter and my understanding is to the did they're aiming sort of to produce some more premier in or a prestige programming as well that's what they say in that's if we're being honest what everyone says no one says we're going to do mediocre bit older of programming for eighteen forty nine so yes they definitely say that they are going to be the home for prestige programming on tv like no other destination and i have absolutely no idea what that means because there were four hundred and fifty plus script shows last year so a lot of people think that they're doing basically the exact same thing but good on paramount think they're doing something unique and it does uh beg the question by the way does the world had any time for more prestige televisions and there they're already more than we could possibly ever watcher handle i know that i personally have no more time ready more prestige television but i think the probably their viewers out there who are being very ably served and could always use a new tv show starring kevin costner and that is where paramount network.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"Is really a tool that that all researchers use we needed even further than we were able to to really into big more with people with awkward element uh so that's that's another kind of plays uh and in general i'm interested in thinking about how we can better train research ruth to communicate science butter well i have a may be far out there suggestion for a project those a slightly slightly bigger ambition we had someone from pixar on our show daniel feinberg and i just now that i've seen these very friendly cells including the avocado looking one kate you're right it does look like an avocado i am i am a longer loading up with its yes i am inclined to do our should make a sale animated movie right don't do agree friendly couldn't we animates and science i just i feel like you could be a really great science adviser to a issue you know molecule cellbased drama in our bodies produced by pixar job i i love that i can totally see that in what i love about your work janet is that you know ate it is so helpful ffor people at all levels right for high level researchers for like just thinking about being able to see an animated cell when i was in high school that would have really changed probably how i felt about biology at the time in my understanding of it and so yeah i i'm on board with you christina.
"daniel feinberg" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"And that that magna carta thing is a is like a jeopardy clue like the year the magna carta was signed in that that character detail could very well be from from michael mccain and we talked on this podcast i i'm not sure if it was with josh wiggly i think it was where a daniel feinberg had a great interview with the hollywood reporter with chuck macgill with our michael mccain and michael mccain came off in that interview very much like chuck mcgill like very very very very much like chuck macgill and in that interview he basically sad like i never knew that chuck was going to be bad we got here and then the writers like realized it and i'm like did the writers realize it because they spend some time with you and they're like this sign of jurors who so this will work like we can make this work and so i don't know if that's page being madda like the writers laughing at michael mckean or if it's the audience like if pages meant to represent a sector of the audience that hates chuck the f chuck crowd right where we are willing to pile on him no matter how mentally ill we see him and kim is meant to represent like look we should probably think about the fact that this guy's a sick person and maybe we should take a step back and realize that i wonder if the writers thinking that about michael mccain but that's neither here nor there like the point is i do think there's some data to that i don't know how mad up but i think that there is a large portion of this audience that feels that way about shock that just feels like can you believe that guy magna carta amac he says chicanery all these things like how could he dare what is this guy there is this huge part of the better calls audience that feels that way and the riders are probably reminding us through kim.