Aired 6 months ago 1:42
michael umbrella Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
What Next | Daily News and Analysis
From the news
Aired 4 months ago 80:13
What's In The Box (04/20/2019)
DJ Milez and Christian Torres discuss the new zombie Netflix show in their review for Black Summer, as well as discussing Swamp Thing and how DC may be in some trouble with this one. We also are going to be touching on the cast for Master Chief in the potentially upcoming Halo TV Series, as well as a Mike Myers Comedy Netflix Show. On top of this, weâ€™re also doing trailer reactions for Krpston Season 2, When They See Us, and the Amazon Prime original The Boys. All this and a whole lot more, including the content that YOU guys provide us by being part of our show! You can do that by sending over your questions, compliments and complaints to WhatsInTheBoxDT@gmail.com or join the live chat!
Aired 6 months ago 85:53
#351 - Mary J. Blige, Patrick Stewart and Angus Imrie
After the lunacy of last week's live episode, the Empire Podcast settles down this week, with an actual knight, and R&B royalty. First, Ben Travis has an audience with the wondrous Mary J. Blige, chatting about her new Netflix show, The Umbrella Academy, and much, much more. Then Chris Hewitt chats to not one, but two Merlins, as The Kid Who Would Be King stars, Sir Patrick Stewart and Angus Imrie, drop by the podbooth. We feel we should warn you - there is more discussion of @SirPatStew nudity in this than your average podcast interview. Either side of those, Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara, Nick de Semlyen, and James Dyer for much discussion of the week's movie news. They also run their eye over The Kid Who Would Be King and A Private War, and finally answer the question that has been gripping us all for years: who is the best Hollywood Chris - Hemsworth, Evans, Pratt, or Pine? The answer might surprise you. It won't.
Aired 6 months ago 0:00
Monday, Feb. 18: Mary J. Blige, Michael Strahan & Sara Haines
Mary J. Blige joins the table and Sara Haines and Michael Strahan visit. Plus, hear a performance from Broadway's 'Beautiful.'