Still Watching: True Detective, Season 4

Still Watching: True Detective, Season 4

By Vanity Fair

After a five-year hiatus, True Detective returns to HBO with an all-new showrunner and a new cast led by Jodie Foster and Kali Reis. Join Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson, Chris Murphy, and Hillary Busis as they recap and analyze the series, and speak with the show's cast and creative team about crafting True Detective: Night Country. 


New episodes of Still Watching drop after True Detective: Night Country airs on HBO Sundays at 9PM ET.

Episodes

True Detective: Night Country, Bonus Episode: Going Deep with Issa López

Night Country’s showrunner breaks down season four's most surprising Easter eggs, the backstories we didn't get to see, and what it's like to tangle online with passionate True Detective fans.
22/02/24·45m 26s

True Detective: Night Country, Episode 6: So, Who Killed the Tsalal Scientists?

Richard, Chris, and Hillary discuss how Night Country reveals both what happened to the scientists and who really killed Annie K. Plus, Jodie Foster joins to dig into how the ending reinforces all of the show's themes, filming her big underwater scene, and why time, truly, is a flat circle.
19/02/24·1h 2m

True Detective: Night Country, Episode 5: Let's Get Oedipal

As episode five premieres early on Max to avoid the Super Bowl, Richard, Chris, and Hillary break down Night Country's biggest twist yet, while John Hawkes stops by to talk about writing Hank's unbelievably bleak song and staging a very tense standoff.
10/02/24·48m 39s

True Detective: Night Country, Episode 4: The Worst Christmas Ever

Richard, Chris, and Hillary discuss Ennis's incredibly depressing holiday, complete with death, breakdowns, and a heart-wrenching romantic diss. Plus, Kali Reis joins to talk all things Evangeline Navarro, and how this episode's major tragedy will drive her going forward
05/02/24·49m 11s

True Detective: Night Country, Episode 3: What Really Happened in the Wheeler Case

Richard, Chris, and Hillary dig into the reason behind Danvers and Navarro's rift, Hank's hillibillies, and a theory that climate change could be responsible for the Tsalal deaths. Plus, Isabella LaBlanc joins to talk about bringing Leah Danvers to life.
29/01/24·44m 20s

True Detective: Night Country, Episode 2: All Aboard the F--k Trailer

Richard, Chris, and Hillary talk cliffhangers, Raymond Clark and Annie K's mysterious relationship, and season four's surprising connection to True Detective season one. Plus, Christopher Eccleston joins to chat about letting everything hang out in his sex scene with Jodie Foster.
22/01/24·43m 11s

True Detective: Night Country, Episode 1: What's Really Haunting Ennis, Alaska?

Richard, Chris, and Hillary head north to break down our introduction to Jodie Foster's Liz Danvers, the dual mysteries driving this season, and that mind-boggling final image. Plus, Finn Bennett joins to discuss playing naive young cop Peter Prior and how True Detective gave him Covid (twice!).
15/01/24·46m 55s

Next on Still Watching: True Detective: Night Country

Can a new showrunner and Jodie Foster reinvigorate one of prestige TV's most beloved franchises? Richard, Chris, and Hillary are about to find out with an all-new season of Still Watching dedicated to True Detective season four.
08/01/24·5m 39s

The New Yorker: The Year of the Doll

In the highest-grossing movie of 2023, Barbie, a literal doll, leaves the comforts of Barbieland and ventures into real-world Los Angeles, where she discovers the myriad difficulties of modern womanhood. This arc from cosseted naïveté to feminist awakening is a narrative throughline that connects some of the biggest cultural products of the year. In this episode of Critics at Large, the staff writers Vinson Cunningham, Naomi Fry, and Alexandra Schwartz discuss how 2023 became “the year of the doll,” tracing the trope from “Barbie” to Yorgos Lanthimos’s film “Poor Things,” whose protagonist finds self-determination through sexual agency, and beyond. In Sofia Coppola’s “Priscilla,” a teen-age Priscilla Beaulieu lives under the thumb of Elvis at Graceland before finally breaking free, while in Emma Cline’s novel “The Guest,” the doll figure must fend for herself after the trappings of luxury fall away, revealing the precarity of her circumstances. The hosts explore how ideas about whiteness, beauty, and women’s bodily autonomy inform these works, and how the shock of political backsliding might explain why these stories struck a chord with audiences. “Most of us believed that the work of Roe v. Wade was done,” Cunningham says. “If that is a message that we could all grasp—that a step forward is not a permanent thing—I think that would be a positive thing.”Read, watch, and listen with the critics:“Barbie” (2023) “M3GAN” (2023) “Poor Things” (2023) “Priscilla” (2023) “The Guest,” by Emma Cline “The House of Mirth,” by Edith WhartonNew episodes drop every Thursday. Follow Critics at Large wherever you get your podcasts. 
26/12/23·47m 10s

The Crown Season Six Episode 10: Inside The Crown’s Three-Queen Farewell

Richard, Chris, and Hillary break down the series finale of The Crown, while producer Suzanne Mackie goes deep on the scene that united Imelda Staunton, Olivia Colman, and Claire Foy for the first time.
19/12/23·44m 1s

The Crown Season Six Episode 9: All About the Fashion Show Where Kate Snared William

Richard, Chris, and Hillary go deep on episode 9 of The Crown season 6, "Hope Street," while VF staffer and royals expert Julie Miller stops by to explain whether Carole Middleton was as devious in real life as she is on the show.
19/12/23·30m 11s

The Crown Season 6 Episode 8: Lesley Manville Says Ta-Ta to Princess Margaret

Richard, Chris, and Hillary discuss The Crown's farewell to Princess Margaret in season 6, episode 8, "The Ritz"—and later, the celebrated actor details how she prepared for her showcase episode, as well as her long friendship with fellow Crown star Imelda Staunton. 
19/12/23·37m 50s

The Crown Season Six Episode 7: Meet Kate Middleton

Still Watching goes back to college for season 6, episode 7 of The Crown, which introduces a young Kate Middleton—and details how her mother's machinations may have put her directly in the path of Prince William. Plus, Chris chats with Ed McVay, who plays William, about nabbing the role of a lifetime.
14/12/23·39m 55s

The Crown Season Six Episode 6: What's the Monarchy Good For, Anyway?

In season 6, episode 6 of The Crown, Queen Elizabeth faces an existential crisis, and the modern energy of a beloved new prime minister named Tony Blair. Richard, Chris, and Hillary break it all down, and welcome VF royals expert Erin Vanderhoof to explain Blair and Elizabeth II's complicated relationship.
14/12/23·38m 23s

The Crown Season Six Episode 5: Welcome to Willsmania

Prince William takes center stage in episode five of The Crown season six, as Richard, Chris, and Hillary dissect the future king's days as a teenage heartthrob. Plus, Jonathan Pryce stops by to talk about playing Prince Philip and the royal's special relationship with his grandson.
14/12/23·40m 1s

Why Can’t we Stop Obsessing Over Princess Diana?

In a special bonus episode of Still Watching, Richard, Chris, Hillary, and VF fashion expert Kia Goosby take a break from The Crown to talk Diana’s enduring appeal, her style, and two very different recent projects about the People’s Princess: Spencer and Diana: the Musical.
30/11/23·43m 21s

The Crown Season Six Episode 4: All About Ghost Diana

Richard, Chris, and Hillary analyze the aftermath of that fatal car crash; plus, episode director Christian Schwochow explains how the show depicted it respectfully, and his approach to Diana’s spectral presence.
21/11/23·47m 26s

The Crown Season Six Episode 3: The Truth of Diana and Dodi’s “Engagement”

Richard, Chris, Hillary, and guest Julie Miller talk “Dis-Moi Oui” and who might have been Diana’s actual true love.
21/11/23·42m 28s

The Crown Season Six Episode 2: Who Really Hired That Paparazzo to Take Photos of Diana and Dodi?

VF staff writer and royals expert Erin Vanderhoof drops by the Still Watching podcast to chat about dueling photographs of Charles and Di—and why the show’s story about paparazzo Mario Brenna may stoke controversy.
16/11/23·42m 50s

The Crown Season Six Episode 1: How Did Diana Really Feel About the Press?

VF royal correspondent Katie Nicholls stops by Still Watching to discuss episode one of The Crown season six part one, Diana's fractured relationship with the royal family, and watching William and Harry grow up.
16/11/23·35m 30s

Can The Crown Stick the Landing?

Next up on Still Watching, we'll be tackling the final season of The Crown, Netflix's sumptuous series about the British royal family. But what have we thought of the series so far, and what are we hoping to see from its last run of episodes? Here, Richard, Chris, and Hillary break it all down, and explain how Still Watching’s Crown episodes will be rolling out.
10/11/23·6m 15s

Inside Vanity Fair’s Real Housewives Story

Contributor Anna Peele spent months speaking to ‘Real Housewives’ cast members, crew, and people on set to understand the dynamics on and off screen. Here, she takes Chris and Hillary through her explosive story and the history of the Bravoverse.
02/11/23·41m 47s

What Makes a Perfect Drama Episode?

Richard, Chris, and Hillary discuss their favorite TV drama episodes of the past 25 years—from a left-field Sopranos choice to a soapy network favorite to what might be the quarter-century's undisputed best episode ever. 
12/10/23·38m 25s

What Makes a Perfect Comedy Episode?

In this week's episode, Hillary, Chris, and Richard discuss what qualities make a sitcom episode "perfect," and then present their choices for the best half-hours of the last 25 years.
05/10/23·41m 40s

For The Morning Show, “Whatever Is Juiciest Is the Answer”

On a special bonus episode of Still Watching, executive producer Michael Ellenberg and consulting producer Brian Stelter dish on the headlines that inspired season three and why “morning shows might be the last man standing” in broadcast TV.
28/09/23·29m 26s

Sex Education's Final Season Ends with a Bang

On a bonus episode of Still Watching, executive producer Jamie Campbell chats with VF about the demolition of Moordale, introducing Dan Levy, and saying goodbye to Sex Education. 
21/09/23·30m 52s

How The Other Black Girl Executive Producers Turned the Office into a Horror Story

On a special episode of Still Watching, Jordan Reddout and Gus Hickey, co-executive producers on Hulu's new horror-comedy series The Other Black Girl chat with VF's Chris Murphy about the challenges of adapting a complicated novel into a television series. 
14/09/23·27m 51s

Introducing: Tiny Huge Decisions

We have a special episode for you today. We're sharing an episode of the new podcast from APM Studios and Chalk & Blade called Tiny Huge Decisions. This is a story about two best friends, Mohsin and Dalia, as they make a life-changing decision: will she be the gestational surrogate for Mohsin and his husband? It’s emotional, intimate, and more than a little complicated. Here is episode 1!  Subscribe to Tiny Huge Decisions now to catch each new episode.
07/09/23·34m 22s

And Just Like That Season 2 - Interview with Michael Patrick King

It looks like it won't be Carrie Bradshaw's last supper after all. On the heels of the news that And Just Like That was renewed by MAX for a third season, Still Watching wraps up its season with a bonus episode featuring an interview with writer, executive producer, and director Michael Patrick King. A fan of the podcast, King has a lively chat with host Chris Murphy about directing the season finale, the return of Samantha Jones, the fan response to Che Diaz, and what might be in store for season three. 
31/08/23·41m 33s

And Just Like That Season 2: "The Last Supper Part Two: Entree"

On the final episode of And Just Like That… season two, Miranda gets closure with both her exes, Samantha Jones returns for an all too brief phone call, and Aidan finally steps into Carrie's old apartment and out of her life—at least for now.
24/08/23·43m 5s

And Just Like That Season 2: "The Last Supper: Part 1"

On the penultimate episode of And Just Like That... season two, Charlotte asserts her independence, Che makes jokes at Miranda's expense, and Carrie prepares for a Michelin-star dinner party to say goodbye to her old apartment. 
17/08/23·36m 37s

And Just Like That Season 2: "There Goes the Neighborhood"

On the ninth episode of And Just Like That… season two, Miranda and Charlotte attempt to figure out if their teens are more than old friends, Seema and Nyah entertain new lovers, and Carrie commits to Aiden by letting go of her old apartment. Plus, a conversation with VF editor in chief Radhika Jones.
10/08/23·46m 6s

And Just Like That Season 2: "A Hundred Years Ago"

On the eighth episode of And Just Like That season two, Miranda and Charlotte rejoin the workforce with varying degrees of success, as Carrie and Aiden continue to rekindle their romance, leading Carrie to ask herself a big question about her relationship with Big.
03/08/23·42m 29s

And Just Like That Season 2: "February 14"

On the seventh episode of And Just Like That, Miranda dives back into the dating scene with mixed results, Charlotte has a profound pot-brownie induced revelation, and Carrie finally comes face-to-face with her old flame, Aidan Shaw. Still Watching covers all that and more, plus real New Yorkers weigh in on their feelings about season two thus far. 
27/07/23·42m 9s

And Just Like That Season 2: "Bomb Cyclone"

On the 6th episode of And Just Like That, a rare winter storm shakes up the Sex and the City universe, sending Charlotte on a snowy quest to buy condoms for her daughter, Carrie emailing her ex-fiancé Aidan, and Miranda reckoning with the end of not one, but two romantic relationships. Still Watching covers all that and more, plus Cynthia Nixon stops by to discuss 25 years of playing Miranda Hobbes. 
20/07/23·49m 52s

And Just Like That Season 2: "Trick or Treat"

On the fifth episode of And Just Like That season two, Carrie finally reenters the dating pool, Charlotte enters her stage parent era, Miranda can’t sleep, and we finally learn whether Che’s pilot is supposed to be any good Still Watching recaps all that and more, plus costume designers Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago stop by to talk Met Gala looks and Carrie's sweatshirt collection.
13/07/23·48m 0s

And Just Like That Season 2: "Alive!"

On the fourth episode of And Just Like That, Carrie wonders if she's ready to write for a senior audience, Miranda considers a threesome, and Charlotte and Harry contend with a post-bang whimper. Still Watching recaps all that and more, plus Nicole Ari Parker stops by to talk about Lisa Todd Wexley's dud of an anniversary party.
06/07/23·49m 13s

And Just Like That Season 2: “Chapter Three”: Carrie Gets Covid, Sort Of

On the third episode of And Just Like That, Carrie fakes COVID while Miranda and Che get into a potentially relationship ending fight. Who? Weekly co-hosts Bobby Finger and Lindsey Weber drop by Still Watching and share their unadulterated thoughts and feelings on the Sex and the City revival.
29/06/23·51m 31s

And Just Like That Season 2: "Met Cute" and "The Real Deal"

Still Watching hosts Richard Lawson, Chris Murphy, and Hillary Busis head back to Carrie Bradshaw's New York to break down the first two episodes of And Just Like That's sophomore season, with special guest Radhika Jones—Vanity Fair's editor-in-chief, who chats about how Sex and the City changed Manhattan and whether the show's take on the Met Gala rings true.
22/06/23·58m 10s

Ranking The 5 Best Sex and the City Episodes of All Time, Part 2

In the second episode of our two-part special, Vanity Fair dissects the most memorable moments from two iconic Sex and the City episodes: "Splat!" and "The Post-It Always Sticks Twice." Hollywood editor Hilary Busis and executive editor Claire Howorth (resident SATC analysts) join Still Watching host Chris Murphy to discuss, with a top-five ranking reveal at the end!
15/06/23·33m 48s

The 5 Best Sex and the City Episodes of All Time, Part 1

Who do you like least: Big, Berger, or Aidan? Was Bradley Cooper or Lucy Liu the better cameo? And why is Miranda always suffering? Vanity Fair dissects the most memorable moments from three iconic Sex and the City episodes; "The Shoot Single People, Don't They?" along with "Hot Child In The City" and "Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda." Still Watching host Chris Murphy joins Hollywood editor Hilary Busis and executive editor Claire Howorth (resident SATC analysts). Next week we'll return to recap two more episodes and definitively rank our top five.
08/06/23·48m 43s

Succession Director Mark Mylod Had to “Walk a Tight Rope” To Nail the Finale

On a special bonus episode of Still Watching, Mylod reveals how he shaped the Roy family's demise: “It's about the cruelty of hope.”  
01/06/23·30m 24s

Saying a Final Farewell to the Roys with Jeremy Strong

On Still Watching, hosts Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy and TV correspondent Joy Press unpack the tragic ending for the Roy family. Plus, an in-depth conversation with Jeremy Strong about filming the finale. 
30/05/23·53m 57s

Succession Episode 10: We Have A Successor

Richard and Chris share their initial impressions of the series finale. 
29/05/23·16m 27s

Succession Episode 9: What Is Logan Roy’s Legacy?

On the penultimate episode of Succession, the series presents conflicting views of Logan as the Roy patriarch is laid to rest. Plus, a conversation with Alan Ruck. 
22/05/23·56m 45s

Succession Episode 8: Succession’s Unbearable Election Episode Felt Like 2016 All Over Again

Still Watching hosts Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy break down the PTSD-triggering “America Decides,” while David Canfield chats with Justin Kirk about playing neo-fascist Jeryd Mencken.
15/05/23·49m 4s

Succession Episode 7: Can Shiv and Tom Come Back From This?

On this week’s episode of Still Watching, Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy unpack Shiv and Tom’s epic fight, Kendall’s poor parenting skills, and the fallout of Roman’s big moves. Plus, interviews with Peter Friedman and David Rasche.
08/05/23·54m 0s

Succession Episode 6: Kendall Is Cringe, But Is He Free?

On this week’s episode of Still Watching, Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy unpack Kendall’s corny but effective product launch for Waystar Royco’s newest venture. Plus, an in-depth interview with the episode’s director, Lorene Scafaria.  
01/05/23·56m 48s

Succession Episode 5: Are Kendall and Roman Failing Upwards?

On this week's episode of Still Watching, Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy break down the winners and losers of “Kill Lists.” Plus, a conversation with J. Smith Cameron. 
24/04/23·53m 50s

Succession Episode 4: Shiv and Kendall Face the Future

After the most shocking episode of the series to date, Still Watching hosts Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy chat with PR expert Risa Heller about her advice for the Roys, and discuss the future of the Roy dynasty. 
17/04/23·53m 9s

Succession Episode 3: Logan Roy Has Left The Building

Still Watching hosts Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy unpack the seismic, life altering event that occurred during “Connor's Wedding” the third episode of the final season of Succession. Plus, VF's Julie Miller chats with Succession actress Justine Lupe about Willa's wedding day. 
10/04/23·50m 47s

Succession Episode 2: What Is Logan Roy Sorry For, Really?

The Roy kids have a heart-to-heart with Logan in the unlikeliest of places. Still Watching hosts Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy break down the episode with guest Bess Levin.
03/04/23·46m 12s

Succession Premiere: The Roy Children Finally Notch a Win Against Logan

Succession returns for its fourth and final season—and Still Watching is here to unpack the Roy children's big purchase, the dissolution of Tom and Shiv's marriage, and what, exactly, happened to Anne Pierce in Maine.
27/03/23·41m 0s

Still Watching Is Back for Succession’s Grand Finale

Vanity Fair’s TV podcast returns to cover the Emmy-winning drama, whose fourth and final season premieres Sunday.  Spring is in the air, and it’s time to pick an heir. Succession returns for its fourth and final season on Sunday, March 26th—and Still Watching, Vanity Fair’s TV analysis podcast, is all over it. Hosts Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy will dive deep into the final 10 episodes of the Emmy-winning series—which remains as “sleek and engaging” as ever in its last round, according to Lawson’s review. We’ll be unpacking everything from deliciously devastating Roy family drama to the show’s greatest one-liners and sharpest insults.“What is the moral of the story for Succession?” asks Murphy on Still Watching. The answer may depend on ends up in charge of Waystar Royco by series’ end. Throughout the season, Lawson and Murphy will make their predictions as to who, if anyone, will inherit the WayStar Royco throne, while also interviewing key members of the cast and crew. The beginning of the end for Succession kicks off this Sunday, with a brand new episode of Still Watching dropping right after the episode airs. Tune in, or in the words of Logan Roy, “F— off.” 
23/03/23·12m 14s

White Lotus Season 2 - Interview with Mike White - Still Watching Bonus Episode

Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy devoured all of the second season of The White Lotus on HBO, and are wrapping up the year with an interview with series creator, writer, and director of the show: Mike White!This week, find out which one of the story lines was hardest to write, Jennifer Coolidge and the murderous gays, how White decided on the themes of the second season and what to expect in the future when The White Lotus ventures into a third season!
13/12/22·37m 49s

White Lotus Season 2 - "Arrivederci" with Meghann Fahy - Still Watching

Still Watching is wrapping up our Sicilian vacation as Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy check-out of the second season of The White Lotus on HBO.This week, Richard and Chris tune in for the seventh and final episode of the second season of White Lotus, titled "Arrivederci." We finally end up with a body. The gays are trying to kill Tanya, and Portia's trip takes a nightmarish turn. Daphne, Cameron, Harper, and Ethan find something like resolution at the end of their vacation. This time on The White Lotus, the locals...win?This podcast includes an interview with Meghann Fahy who plays Daphne on the show and her take on what happened with Ethan this episode.
12/12/22·50m 9s

White Lotus Season 2 - "Abductions" with Aubrey Plaza - Still Watching

Still Watching is watching other people on a Sicilian vacation as Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy check-in to the second season of The White Lotus on HBO.This week, Richard and Chris tune in for the sixth and penultimate episode of the second season of White Lotus, titled "Abductions." Portia and Tanya find themselves lured into a situation they don't fully understand, Ethan becomes paranoid about Harper and Cameron, Albie and Lucia's relationship becomes much more complicated.This podcast includes an interview with Aubrey Plaza who plays Harper on the show and her big episode with Ethan and Cameron.
05/12/22·52m 7s

White Lotus Season 2 - "That's Amoré" with Adam DiMarco - Still Watching

Still Watching is watching other people on a Sicilian vacation as Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy check-in to the second season of The White Lotus on HBO.This week, Richard and Chris tune in for the fifth episode of the second season of White Lotus, titled "That's Amoré." Tanya and Portia head off with their new friends, Albie and Lucia's relationship evolves, Harper forces some hard truths and Mia gets to sing again!This podcast includes an interview with Adam DiMarco who plays Albie on the show and has an overall positive outlook on his character.
28/11/22·50m 2s

White Lotus Season 2 - "In the Sandbox" with Haley Lu Richardson - Still Watching

Still Watching is watching other people on a Sicilian vacation as Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy check-in to the second season of The White Lotus on HBO.This week, Richard and Chris tune in for the fourth episode of the second season of White Lotus, titled "In the Sandbox." Tanya gets close to Tom Hollander’s Quentin, Harper sinks deeper into herself after a disturbing discovery, and Mia makes a career play.This podcast includes an interview with Haley Lu Richardson who plays Portia on the show and looks like she might be abandoning Albie this episode.
21/11/22·51m 41s

White Lotus Season 2 - "Bull Elephants" with Michael Imperioli - Still Watching

Still Watching is watching other people on a Sicilian vacation as Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy check-in to the second season of The White Lotus on HBO.This week, Richard and Chris tune in for the third episode of the second season of White Lotus, titled "Bull Elephants." Harper and Daphne split off from Cameron and Ethan (who run across Mia and Lucia!). Tanya gets some negative news from a tarot card reading. Portia and Alfie cross paths with a cold man in a pool.This podcast includes an interview with Michael Imperioli who plays Dominic on the show, a character that is trying to actually change.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
14/11/22·47m 22s

Special Episode: The Crown Season 5

All ten episodes of season 5 of The Crown are now on Netflix, and Dynasty's Erin Vanderhoof joins Vanity Fair reporter Julie Miller for a special Still Watching breaking down the first five episodes of the new season. Catching up with the royals in the 90s, the decades of Charles and Diana's bitter divorce and the Queen's "annus horribilis", the new season includes plenty of drama for every adult member of the royal family, plus the introduction of new key figures like Mohamed Al-Fayed and Hasnat Khan. Vanity Fair's royal correspondent and Dynasty cohost Katie Nicholl also joins for a conversation about how the real-life royals are feeling about the new season, and why the show may be much more than just an inconvenience for the newly crowned King Charles III. For more on The Crown, read all of Vanity Fair's coverage.Subscribe to Dynasty.
09/11/22·37m 15s

White Lotus Season 2 - "Italian Dream" with Beatrice Grannò - Still Watching

Still Watching is watching other people on a Sicilian vacation as Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy check-in to the second season of The White Lotus on HBO.This week, Richard and Chris tune in for the second episode of the second season of White Lotus, titled "Italian Dream". Everything gets more complicated for the couplings of the second season, especially for Dominic and Tanya. Portia and Alfie find common ground, Harper can't stop picking at Cameron and Daphne.This podcast includes an interview with Beatrice Grannò who plays Mia on the show and has an amazing musical moment this episode.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
07/11/22·42m 54s

White Lotus Season 2 - "Ciao" with Will Sharpe - Still Watching

Still Watching is watching other people on a Sicilian vacation as Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy check-in to the second season of The White Lotus on HBO.This week, Richard and Chris rejoin Mark White's dark comedy series for a news season about flawed people at an international five star hotel, another titular White Lotus. Besides Jennifer Coolidge's Tanya and Jon Gries' Greg, there's a whole new cast that includes this week's interview subject Will Sharpe who plays Ethan on the show.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
31/10/22·56m 57s

House of the Dragon - "The Black Queen" - Still Watching

Welcome back to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.This week, for the season finale, "The Black Queen" Vanity Fair's Josh Wigler is joined by co-host Richard Lawson to analyze what happened on Dragonstone when Rhaenyra learned Aegon had been crowned king and attempts to hold the realm together while gathering banners for a looming war.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
24/10/22·1h 9m

House of the Dragon - "The Green Council" - Still Watching

Welcome back to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.This week, for the penultimate episode of the first season, "The Green Council" Vanity Fair's Josh Wigler is joined by co-host Richard Lawson to oversee the doings at King's Landing that lead to the coronation of King Aegon II, as the Hightowers seize control of King's Landing after Visery's death.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
17/10/22·1h 24m

House of the Dragon - “The Lord of the Tides” - Still Watching

Welcome back to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.This week, for the eighth episode of the series, "The Lord of the Tides" Vanity Fair's Josh Wigler is joined by co-host Richard Lawson for another time jump on the series. Rhaenyra and Daemon are lured back to King's Landing to defend their claim, where they find the Hightowers in control, because Viserys in even worse. Vaemond Velaryon makes play to be Lord of the Tides and keeps...his tongue. Allicent visits her King in the night.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
10/10/22·1h 19m

House of the Dragon - "Driftmark" - Still Watching

Welcome back to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.This week, for the seventh episode of the series, "Driftmark" Vanity Fair's Josh Wigler is joined by co-host Richard Lawson to Attend Laena's funeral at Driftmark, which brings our quarreling families and their children to the same location for some child-on-child violence and the claiming of Vhager.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
03/10/22·1h 6m

House of the Dragon - "The Princess and the Queen" - Still Watching

Welcome back to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.This week, for the sixth episode of the series, "The Princess and the Queen" Vanity Fair's Josh Wigler is joined by co-host Richard Lawson to jump ahead a decade in Westeros. Allicent's children have grown up, Rhaenyra has three children of their own. A rumor about the father of Rhaenyra's kids causes mayhem in the realm.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
26/09/22·1h 18m

House of the Dragon - "We Light The Way" - Still Watching

Welcome back to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.This week, for the fifth episode of the series, "We Light The Way," Vanity Fair's Josh Wigler is joined by co-host Richard Lawson to finally meet Daemon's wife and attend Rhaenyra's wedding.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
19/09/22·1h 12m

House of the Dragon - "King of the Narrow Sea" - Still Watching

Welcome back to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.This week, for the fourth episode of the series, "King of the Narrow Sea," Vanity Fair's Josh Wigler is joined by VF's Katey Rich to take another time jump and catch up with the Targaryens in Westeros. Daemon is back from the Stepstones with a new title. Rhaenyra rejects all of her suitors and escapes to into King's Landing through some secret passageways.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
12/09/22·1h 24m

House of the Dragon - "Second of His Name" - Still Watching

Welcome back to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.This week, for the third episode of the series, "Second of His Name," Vanity Fair's Josh Wigler is joined by VF's Hillary Busis to leap forward another three years. This week we meet Aegon II, ride along to the Kingswood for a hunt, watch Princess Rhaenyra react poorly to the idea of marriage for the realm, as Deamon takes it to the Crabfeeder in the Stepstones with House Velaryon.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
05/09/22·1h 4m

House of the Dragon - "The Rogue Prince" - Still Watching

Welcome back to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.This week, for the second episode of the series, "The Rogue Prince," Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Josh Wigler take a six month time-jump with the show to see how crabs eat at the Stepstones before catching up with King Viserys and his ongoing problems of succession. Dameon, at Dragonstone, steals an egg.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
29/08/22·49m 32s

House of the Dragon - "The Heirs of the Dragon" - Still Watching

Welcome back to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.This week, for the premiere episode "The Heirs of the Dragon," Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Josh Wigler return to Westeros to meet Princess Rhaenyra, Alicent Hightower and the other key players, while also visiting a tournament and seeing some Game of Thrones level violence. Oh, yeah, and the DRAGONS.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
22/08/22·51m 54s

Still Watching House of the Dragon: Preview

Welcome to Still Watching: House of the Dragon, covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Josh Wigler polish their swords and summon the dragon riders in preparation for a return to the drama surrounding the Iron Throne of Westeros further in the past than we've ever seen before.
16/08/22·34m 3s

Introducing Still Watching: House of the Dragon

Welcome to Still Watching: House of the Dragon! This upcoming podcast will be covering the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones prequel series: House of the Dragon.Meet your hosts Richard Lawson and Josh Wigler, and prepare for new episodes on Mondays, starting next week, Monday August 15th. There will be dragons.
08/08/22·3m 55s

Still Watching: Star Wars Preview

There's a lot of television planned to come from Lucasfilm, beginning with an Obi-Wan Kenobi series premiering tomorrow on Disney Plus. This episode, Katey Rich is joined by Vanity Fair's Anthony Breznican to break down his Star Wars cover story for the magazine and give a further peek into the upcoming Star Wars series Andor, Ahsoka, The Acolyte and the mysterious "Grammar Rodeo"
26/05/22·1h 14m

Still Watching: Candy with Jessica Biel and Robin Veith

Vanity Fair's Katey Rich and David Canfield are Still Watching: Candy, a five-night event limited series that released last week on Hulu. The series, starring Melanie Lynsky and Jessica Biel as two women entangled, is the newest true crime series to hit this spring. All episodes are streaming now.This episode David interviews executive producers Robin Veith and Jessica Biel on all five episodes and what inspired them to make Candy.
16/05/22·59m 35s

Still Watching: Under the Banner of Heaven with Daisy Edgar-Jones

Richard and Katey are back to discuss Hulu's new series Under The Banner of Heaven, based on the 2003 Jon Krakauer true crime book covering a murder and some history of the Mormon religion. It is being adapted into a series by Dustin Lance Black featuring performances from Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, and Wyatt Russell.Katey interviews Daisy Edgar-Jones, who plays Brenda on the series, about what it was like to learn about the Mormon community and portray a real person.
06/05/22·56m 47s

Still Watching: The Downfall of Startups: Episode 8

This week, Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Katey Rich cover the finale of WeCrashed, "The One With All the Money." Plus, Katey interviews Emily Jane Fox who wrote about the real life Nuemanns, and O-T Fagbenle who played Cameron Lautner on the show.This season Still Watching covered three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork) on Apple TV+, The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) on HBO, and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber on Showtime.For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
22/04/22·1h 16m

Still Watching: The Downfall of Startups: Episode 7

This week, Richard is joined by Vanity Fair's HWD editor Julie Miller to discuss the season finale of Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber titled "Same Last Name," and the penultimate episode of WeCrashed, "The Power of We"This season Still Watching will be breaking down three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork) on Apple TV+, The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) on HBO, and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber on Showtime.
15/04/22·47m 7s

Still Watching: The Downfall of Startups: Episode 6

This week, Richard is joined by Vanity Fair's HWD editor Julie Miller to discuss The Dropout's (maybe) final episode "Lizzy," the newest WeCrashed episode "Fortitude," and the newest Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber's episode "Delete Uber." Richard interviews the star of The Dropout, Amanda Seyfried about becoming Elizabeth Holmes for the miniseries.This season Still Watching will be breaking down three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork) on Apple TV+, The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) on HBO, and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber on Showtime.
08/04/22·1h 8m

Still Watching: The Downfall of Startups: Episode 5

This week, Richard is joined Vanity Fair's Chris Murphy to discuss the newest WeCrashed episode "Hustle Harder," The Dropout's penultimate episode "Heroes," and the newest Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber's episode "The Charm Offensive." Richard interviews WeCrashed creators Drew Crevello and Lee Eisenberg about translating the reality of Adam and Rebekah Neumann and some of the moral questions of the series.This season Still Watching will be breaking down three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork) on Apple TV+, The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) on HBO, and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber on Showtime.
01/04/22·1h 9m

Still Watching: The Downfall of Startups: Episode 4

This week, Richard is joined Vanity Fair's HWD Editor Hilary Busis to discuss Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber's newest episode "Boober," The Dropout's newest episode "Iron Sisters," and the newest WeCrashed episode "4.4." Katey interviews Vanity Fair's Gabriel Sherman who explores his 2019 article about the rise and fall of Adam Nuemann and WeWork.This season Still Watching will be breaking down three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork) on Apple TV+, The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) on HBO, and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber on Showtime.
25/03/22·59m 45s

Still Watching: The Downfall of Startups: Episode 3

This week, Richard is re-joined Vanity Fair's Julie Miller and Katey Rich to discuss the first three episodes of WeCrashed, starring Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway, on Apple TV+, plus new episodes of Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber on Showtime, and The Dropout on Hulu. Katey interviews Kyle Marvin who talks about going from producer and actor on The Climb premiering at the Cannes Film Festival in 2019 to his role as Miguel Mckelvey on WeCrashed.This season Still Watching will be breaking down three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork), The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
18/03/22·1h 9m

Still Watching: The Downfall of Startups: Episode 2

This week, Richard is joined by Vanity Fair's David Canfield to cover "X to the X," the second episode of Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber on Showtime, and "Old White Men" the fourth episode ofThe Dropouton Hulu. Richard interviews Beth Schacter, Brian Koppelman, and David Levien, the showrunners ofSuper Pumped: The Battle For Uber.This season Still Watching will be breaking down three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork), The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
11/03/22·1h 11m

Still Watching: The Downfall of Startups: Episode 1

This week, Richard is joined by Vanity Fair's Julie Miller to cover the first three episodes of The Dropout on Hulu and the premiere episode of Super Pumped on Showtime. Julie fact checks The Dropout's portrayal of Elizabeth Holmes and the real stories Super Pumped is addressing and Richard has a conversation with Liz Meriwether, the showrunner of The Dropout.This season Still Watching will be breaking down three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork), The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link.
04/03/22·1h 12m

Still Watching: Super Pumped, The Dropout, WeCrashed

This spring on Still Watching, Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson will be breaking down three shows that look at the recent past of technology companies: WeCrashed (covering the fall of WeWork), The Dropout (chronicling the fall of Theranos) and Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber. Lawson and his colleges from Vanity Fair's HWD and The Hive sections review episodes and interview the creatives behind this season's most exciting television.
25/02/22·5m 0s

Still Watching: And Just Like That

Vanity Fair's Katey Rich, Hillary Busis and Julie Miller are Still Watching And Just Like That, the "new chapter" of Sex and the City that is currently airing on HBO Max.This podcast covers the first four episodes of the series as your host break down the very real Chris Noth drama, where each of our main characters has ended up after Sex and the City 2, and ask themselves...is there enough sex in this Sex and the City?
23/12/21·47m 28s

Still Watching: Succession Season 3 - "All the Bells Say"

Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Sonia Saraiya are Still Watching the Roy family for the third season of Succession on HBO. This week covers the finale episode of the third season, "All the Bells Say" which aired Sunday December 12th on HBO. 
13/12/21·57m 31s

Still Watching: Succession Season 3 - "Chiantishire" with Harriet Walter

Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Sonia Saraiya are Still Watching the Roy family for the third season of Succession on HBO. This week covers the penultimate episode of the third season, "Chiantishire" which aired Sunday December 5th on HBO. This podcast also features Sonia in conversation with Harriet Walter who plays Lady Caroline Collingwood.
06/12/21·1h 21m

Still Watching: Succession Season 3 - "Too Much Birthday" with Lorene Scafaria

Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Sonia Saraiya are Still Watching the Roy family for the third season of Succession on HBO. This week covers the seventh episode of the third season, "Too Much Birthday" which aired Sunday November 28th on HBO and might be the saddest episode of Succession. This podcast also features Richard in conversation with this episode's director Lorene Scafaria.
29/11/21·1h 14m

Still Watching: Succession Season 3 - "What It Takes" with Zoe Winters and Justine Lupe

Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Sonia Saraiya are Still Watching the Roy family for the third season of Succession on HBO. This week covers the sixth episode of the third season, "What It Takes" which aired Sunday November 21st on HBO. This podcast also features Sonia in conversation with Zoe Winters who plays Kerry and Justine Lupe who plays Willa Ferreyra on the show.
22/11/21·1h 21m

Still Watching: Succession Season 3 - "Retired Janitors of Idaho" with Matthew Macfadyen and Sarah Snook

Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Sonia Saraiya are Still Watching the Roy family for the third season of Succession on HBO. This week covers the fifth episode of the third season, the oddly-named "Retired Janitors of Idaho" which aired Sunday November 14th on HBO. This podcast also features Vanity Fair's Joy Press interviewing Matthew Macfadyen and Sarah Snook, who play Tom and Shiv on the show.
15/11/21·1h 20m

"The Wilderness" with Monica Lewinsky - Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment

Vanity Fair's Katey Rich and Richard Lawson are Still Watching the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week, Vanity Fair's Julie Miller joins Richard and Katey to cover the finale of the series "The Wilderness" which aired Tuesday November 9th on FX. This episode features Katey's conversation with Monica Lewinsky, who produced American Crime Story: Impeachment and looks back on the series and real life events.
10/11/21·1h 25m

Still Watching: Succession Season 3 - "Lion in the Meadow" with Adrien Brody and Nicholas Braun

Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Sonia Saraiya are Still Watching the Roy family for the third season of Succession on HBO. This week covers the fourth episode of the third season, "Lion in the Meadow" which aired Sunday November 7th on HBO. This podcast also features interviews with Nicholas Braun, who plays Cousin Greg and Adrien Brody who appears as Josh Aaronson.
08/11/21·1h 24m

"The Grand Jury" with Sarah Paulson - Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment

Vanity Fair's Katey Rich and Richard Lawson are Still Watching the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week covers the penultimate ninth episode of the series "The Grand Jury" which aired Tuesday November 2nd on FX. This episode features Richard's conversation with Sarah Paulson, who centers American Crime Story: Impeachment with her performance of Linda Tripp.
03/11/21·1h 23m

Still Watching: Succession Season 3 - "The Disruption" with Kieran Culkin

Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Sonia Saraiya are Still Watching the Roy family for the third season of Succession on HBO. This week covers the third episode of the third season, "The Disruption" which aired Sunday October 31st on HBO and finally moves time forward this season. This podcast also features Sonia in conversation with Kieran Culkin, who returns as Roman Roy this season.
01/11/21·1h 24m

"Stand By Your Man" with Brad Simpson - Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment

Vanity Fair's Katey Rich and Richard Lawson are Still Watching the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week covers the eighth episode of the series, "Stand By Your Man," which aired Tuesday October 26th on FX. This episode features Katey's interview with American Crime Story Executive Producer Brad Simpson who discusses the overall structure of American Crime Story: Impeachment.
27/10/21·1h 18m

Still Watching: Succession Season 3 - "Mass in Time of War" with Alan Ruck

Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Sonia Saraiya are Still Watching the Roy family for the third season of Succession on HBO. This week covers the second episode of the third season, "Mass in Time of War" which aired Sunday October 24th on HBO and is a much more contained episode than usual. This podcast also features Sonia in conversation with Alan Ruck, who returns as Connor Roy this season.
25/10/21·1h 2m

"The Assassination of Monica Lewinsky" with Edie Falco - Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment

Vanity Fair's Katey Rich and Richard Lawson are Still Watching the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week covers the seventh episode of the series, "The Assassination of Monica Lewinsky," which aired Tuesday October 19th on FX. This episode features Richard's interview with Edie Falco who appears as as Hillary Clinton in American Crime Story: Impeachment.
20/10/21·1h 12m

Still Watching: Succession Season 3 - "Secession" with Brian Cox and J. Smith Cameron

Vanity Fair's Katey Rich, Richard Lawson, and Sonia Saraiya are Still Watching the Roy family for the third season of Succession on HBO. This week covers the first episode of the third season, "Secession" which aired Sunday October 17th on HBO and catches up on the key family drama of previous seasons. This episode also features Vanity Fair's Joy Press in conversation with both Brian Cox, who plays Logan, and J. Smith Cameron who returns as Gerri.
18/10/21·1h 25m

"Man Handled" with Beanie Feldstein - Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment

Vanity Fair's Katey Rich and Richard Lawson are Still Watching the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week covers the sixth episode of the series "Man Handled" which aired Tuesday October 12th on FX. This episode features Vanity Fair's Julie Miller in conversation with Beanie Feldstein, who plays Monica Lewinsky in American Crime Story: Impeachment.
13/10/21·1h 16m

"Do You Hear What I Hear?" with Halley Feiffer - Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment

Vanity Fair's Katey Rich and Richard Lawson are Still Watching the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week covers the fifth episode of the series "Do You Hear What I Hear?" which aired Tuesday October 5th on FX. This episode features Katey in conversation with Halley Feiffer, who wrote this episode of American Crime Story: Impeachment.
06/10/21·1h 6m

"The Telephone Hour" with Margo Martindale - Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment

Vanity Fair's Katey Rich and Richard Lawson are Still Watching the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week covers the third episode of the series "The Telephone Hour" which aired Tuesday September 28th on FX. This episode features Richard in conversation with Margo Martindale, who plays Lucianne Goldberg in American Crime Story: Impeachment.
29/09/21·1h

"Not To Be Believed" with Cobie Smulders - Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Katey Rich are Still Watching the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week covers the third episode of the series ""Not To Be Believed," which aired Tuesday September 21st on FX. This episode features Katey in conversation with Cobie Smulders, who plays Ann Coulter in American Crime Story: Impeachment.
22/09/21·1h 10m

"The President Kissed Me" with Judith Light - Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Katey Rich are Still Watching the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week covers the second episode of the series "The President Kissed Me," which aired Tuesday September 14th on FX.This podcast features Joanna in conversation with Judith Light, another returning American Crime Story actress who plays Susan Carpenter-McMillan in American Crime Story: Impeachment.
15/09/21·1h 24m

"Exiles" with Annaleigh Ashford - Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Katey Rich are Still Watching the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week covers the first episode of the series "Exiles," which aired Tuesday September 7th on FX. This episode also features Vanity Fair's Chris Murphy in conversation with Annaleigh Ashford, who appeared in a previous American Crime Story and plays Paula Jones on American Crime Story: Impeachment.
08/09/21·1h 11m

Still Watching American Crime Story Impeachment - Preview with Sarah Burgess

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson are joined by Katey Rich, to discuss the newest installment in the FX true crime anthology series American Crime Story: Impeachment, covering the Clinton Affair of the late 1990s. This week, they preview the entire series, reminisce on the real life events that need to be translated into this newest Ryan Murphy produced series and talk to Sarah Burgess, the head writer of American Crime Story: Impeachment.
02/09/21·1h 20m

Still Watching - Nine Perfect Strangers with Jonathan Levine

Still Watching is back with Nicole Kidman as Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson seek emotional breakthroughs with Nine Perfect Strangers on Hulu.This week, Joanna and Richard are back to cover a new series adapted from the 2018 novel by author Liane Moriarty. Nine Perfect Strangers is still airing on Hulu, so this podcast only covers the series from the perspective of the first four episodes. This week's interview is with series director Jonathan Levine who talks about adapting the series and working with the talent.
26/08/21·1h 3m

Still Watching: What If...?

Still Watching is watching the multiverse as Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican stop by to talk What If...? on Disney+.This week, Joanna and Anthony have recovered from the fall out of Loki to cover the newest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe's streaming division on Disney+. What If...? will consist of ten episodes for its first season but this podcast only discusses details from the first two episodes you can watch right now.
19/08/21·39m 18s

Still Watching: The White Lotus

Still Watching is watching other people on vacation as Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson check in to The White Lotus on HBO.This week, Joanna and Richard are back from the multiverse to cover Mark White's dark comedy series about flawed people at a Hawaiian hotel. The White Lotus has aired all six episodes of its first season and this podcast includes discussion of the conclusion, make sure you're caught up before listening.
16/08/21·54m 4s

Still Watching: Loki - Wrap-Up with Kate Herron and Sophia Di Martino

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican are Still Watching Loki, the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe series that aired its complete first season on Disney+.This week, Robinson and Breznican take your emails and answer your questions about the series as a whole. Interspersed are interviews with director and executive producer of this season of Loki, Kate Herron, and Sylvie herself: Sophia Di Martino.
20/07/21·1h 16m

Still Watching: Loki - "For All Time. Always." with Richard E. Grant and Alan Sepinwall

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are Still Watching Loki, the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe series on Disney+.This week, Robinson and Breznican take your emails about an episode with one big character reveal. Then, Robinson is joined by Chief Critic for Rolling Stone and host of the Too Long Didn't Watch podcast, Alan Sepinwall to break down the finale of the first season, "For All Time. Always." Finally, this week's interview is with Richard E. Grant, who played Classic Loki!
14/07/21·1h 57m

Still Watching: Loki - "Journey Into Mystery" with Marc Bernardin and Daniel Kibblesmith

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are Still Watching Loki, the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe series on Disney+.This week, Robinson is joined by television writer and podcaster Marc Bernardin to break down the penultimate episode, "Journey Into Mystery." This week's interview is with writer Daniel Kibblesmith who has written some key Loki comics in 2019, children's books, and television! Finally, Robinson and Breznican break down an episode filled with easter eggs.
07/07/21·2h 4m

Still Watching: Loki - "The Nexus Event" with Kate Herron

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are Still Watching Loki, the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe series on Disney+.This week, Loki's director Kate Herron is on the podcast! Robinson and Breznican break down the fourth episode, "The Nexus Event," and what we learned about Loki (plural) and the TVA.
30/06/21·1h 53m

Introducing: Healthyish

We're excited to be bringing you a sneak peek at the latest from our friends at Bon Appétit! Healthyish is a six-part mini-series that takes on food and wellness in all their delicious complexity. Join host Amanda Shapiro (editorial director of Bon Appétit and the founding editor of Healthyish) along with professional chefs, home cooks, foragers, and of course our very own cast of Bon Appétit personalities to dive deep into what it means to eat, drink, and live healthy(ish), with lots of cooking advice and recipe ideas along the way.Subscribe now so you don't miss out on new episodes of Healthyish: Apple Podcasts: http://listen.bonappetit.com/ba-apple Spotify: http://listen.bonappetit.com/ba-spotify Google Podcasts: http://listen.bonappetit.com/ba-spotify Stitcher: http://listen.bonappetit.com/ba-stitcher
25/06/21·4m 53s

Still Watching: Loki - "Lamentis" with Wunmi Mosaku

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are Still Watching Loki, the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe series on Disney+.This week, Wunmi Mosaku joins the podcast to tell us what she can about playing TVA Agent B-15 . Robinson and Lawson break down the third episode, "Lamentis," then Breznican joins to go deep into theories, the Bible, and comics lore.
23/06/21·2h

Still Watching: Loki - "The Variant" with Amal El-Mohtar

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are Still Watching Loki, the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe series on Disney+.This week, author Amal El-Mohtar joins the podcast to talk about the Loki-relevant book she co-authored with Max Gladstone: This Is How You Lose the Time War. Robinson and Lawson break down the second episode, "The Variant," then Breznican joins to go deep into theories, Secret Wars, and comics lore.
16/06/21·2h 5m

Still Watching: Loki - "Glorious Purpose" with Tom Hiddleston

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are Still Watching Loki, the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe series on Disney+.This week, Tom Hiddleston joins the podcast to talk about playing Loki since 2011's Thor and bringing the character into his own series. Robinson and Lawson break down the first episode, "Glorious Purpose," then Breznican joins to go deep into theories and comics lore.
09/06/21·1h 57m

Still Watching: Loki - Preview with Michael Waldron

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are Still Watching Loki, the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe series on Disney+.This week, the stage is set for the Loki with head writer Michael Waldron who stops by to talk inspirations for Loki and his work on Doctor Strange and Kevin Feige's Star Wars project. Joanna and Anthony also break down the Loki's possible comic book influences and connection to the larger MCU.
03/06/21·1h 52m

Still Watching: Mare of Easttown - "Sacrament" with Julianne Nicholson and Brad Ingelsby

Joanna Robinson and Richard are Still Watching: Mare of Easttown, a crime drama miniseries on HBO starring Kate Winslet. This week, Lawson and Robinson break down the final episode of the series: "Sacrament," with Julianne Nicholson who played Lori Ross and show runner Brad Ingelsby.
31/05/21·1h 19m

Still Watching: Mare of Easttown - "Sore Must Be the Storm" with Robbie Tann

Joanna Robinson and Richard are Still Watching: Mare of Easttown, a crime drama miniseries on HBO starring Kate Winslet. This week, Lawson and Robinson break down the penultimate episode of the series: "Sore Must Be the Storm," with Robbie Tann, who talks about portraying Billy Ross.
24/05/21·1h 12m

Still Watching: Mare of Easttown - "Illusions" with Evan Peters

Joanna Robinson and Richard are Still Watching: Mare of Easttown, a crime drama miniseries on HBO starring Kate Winslet. This week, Lawson and Robinson break down the fifth episode of the series: "Illusions," with Evan Peters, who had another big episode as Detective Colin Zabel.
17/05/21·1h 6m

Still Watching: Mosquito Coast with Melissa George

On this special episode of the Still Watching podcast, presented by Apple TV+ and Vanity Fair, hosts Preeti Chhibber and Chris Feil discuss the latest episode, set at the elaborate Mexican hacienda where the Fox family takes refuge after a harrowing journey through the desert. What seems initially to be an oasis, with fancy bedrooms and even an in-house mezcal distillery, quickly turns sinister, particularly with the arrival of family matriarch Lucrecia (Ofelia Medina). By episode's end it's the Fox family matriarch Margot (Melissa George) who has taken control, shepherding her children to safety and wielding a gun in a way that seems to reveal plenty about her and Allie's mysterious past. After discussing the show thus far and how it's telling the story of an American family on the run, Preeti talks to Melissa George about how she came on board the project, how she's playing Margot as a woman born of privilege who decided to go on the run with her eccentric husband, and what might come next in the remaining episodes of Mosquito Coast's seven-part season. 
14/05/21·50m 33s

Still Watching: Mare of Easttown - "Poor Sisyphus"

Joanna Robinson and Richard are Still Watching: Mare of Easttown, a crime drama miniseries on HBO starring Kate Winslet and Evan Peters. This week, Lawson and Robinson break down the third episode of the series: "Poor Sisyphus," and have some more guesses as to what the ultimate solution is going to be.
10/05/21·1h 3m

Still Watching: Mare of Easttown - "Enter Number Two" with Craig Zobel

Joanna Robinson and Richard are Still Watching: Mare of Easttown, a crime drama miniseries on HBO starring Kate Winslet and Evan Peters. This week, Lawson and Robinson break down the second episode of the series: "Enter Number Two" and have a conversation with series director Craig Zobel.
03/05/21·1h 25m

Still Watching: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier with Sarah Finn

Joanna Robinson, and Anthony Breznican are joined this week by Rebecca Theodore-Vachon of the Spectrum Lounge podcast to discuss the entire season of Falcon and the Winter Soldier and to answer your e-mails.This episode's interview is with Sarah Finn, the casting director for the Marvel Cinematic Universe since Iron Man and on into the new Disney+ era with WandaVision and Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
30/04/21·1h 32m

Still Watching: Mare of Easttown - "Father"

Joanna Robinson and Richard are Still Watching: Mare of Easttown, a crime drama miniseries on HBO starring Kate Winslet and Evan Peters. Lawson and Robinson break down the second episode of the series: "Father," where Jean Smart has a midnight cheesesteak, and Evan Peters gets a Wawa coffee.
26/04/21·43m 7s

Still Watching: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - "One World, One People" with Carl Lumbly and Wyatt Russel'

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are joined this week by two super soldiers: Carl Lumbly who plays Isiah Bradley and Wyatt Russell who plays John Walker. Lawson and Robinson break down the season finale episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: "One World, One People" from a beginner’s point of view while Breznican weighs in with deep dives on theories and Marvel comic book influences.
23/04/21·1h 43m

Still Watching: Mare of Easttown - "Miss Lady Hawk Herself"

Joanna Robinson and Richard are Still Watching: Mare of Easttown, a crime drama miniseries on HBO starring Kate Winslet and Evan Peters. Lawson and Robinson break down the first episode of the series: "Miss Lady Hawk Herself," and, at this point, have no idea whodunnit. 
19/04/21·35m 44s

Still Watching: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - "Truth" with Emily VanCamp

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are joined this week by Sharon Carter herself, Emily VanCamp to talk about her return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and to discuss the penultimate episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: "Truth." Lawson and Robinson break down the show from a beginner’s point of view while Breznican weighs in with deep dives on theories and Marvel comic book influences.
16/04/21·1h 45m

Still Watching: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - "The Whole World is Watching" with Nate Moore and Kari Skogland

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are joined this week by two guests, longtime Marvel producer Nate Moore and series director Kari Skogland to discuss the newest episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: "The Whole World Is Watching." Lawson and Robinson break down the show from a beginner’s point of view while Breznican weighs in with deep dives on theories and Marvel comic book influences.
09/04/21·2h 12m

Still Watching: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - "The Power Broker" with Krystina Arielle

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are joined this week by Krystina Arielle, actress, cosplayer, and host of the Star Wars: The High Republic show to tackle the newest episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: "The Power Broker." Lawson and Robinson break down the show from a beginner’s point of view while Breznican weighs in with deep dives on theories and Marvel comic book influences. 
02/04/21·2h 9m

Still Watching: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - "The Star Spangled Man"

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican tackle the newest Marvel show The Falcon and the Winter Soldier with a look at the second episode of the limited series. Lawson and Robinson break down the show from a beginner’s point of view and in the second half, Breznican joins to go deep on theories and Marvel comics influences. 
26/03/21·1h 52m

Still Watching: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - Premiere with Malcolm Spellman

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican tackle the new Marvel show The Falcon and the Winter Soldier with Executive Producer and Head Writer Malcolm Spellman. Lawson and Robinson break down the show from a beginner’s point of view and in the second half, Breznican joins to go deep on theories and Marvel comics influences. 
19/03/21·1h 48m

Still Watching: WandaVision Wrap Up with Kathryn Hahn and Jac Schaeffer

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican break down some post WandaVision finale thoughts and interview showrunner Jac Schaeffer and Agatha herself, Kathryn Hahn! Breznican and Robinson also prepare you for their next watch: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
11/03/21·1h 52m

Still Watching: WandaVision - "The Series Finale" with Emma Caulfield

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican are watching the new Marvel show WandaVision featuring an interview with the woman we knew as Dottie, Emma Caulfield. Lawson and Robinson break down the final episode of the show, "The Series Finale" from a beginner’s point of view and read your emails. After the interview, Breznican joins to talk about the series consequences on the Marvel Universe and to reflect on all the theories we lost along the way . 
05/03/21·1h 34m

Still Watching: WandaVision - Pre-Finale Special

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican read your e-mails and have a grand time speculating about WandaVision, which is streaming its final episode on Disney Plus this Friday, March 5th. What theories might still come to pass? What is WandaVision leading into? That and more on this special episode of Still Watching!
04/03/21·1h 6m

Still Watching: WandaVision - "Previously On"

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican tackle the new Marvel show WandaVision. Lawson and Robinson break down the eighth episode of the show, "Previously On" from a beginner’s point of view and read your emails. For the second half of the podcast, Breznican joins to go deep on Marvel comics influences, witches, and what could be coming for the finale.
26/02/21·1h 46m

Still Watching: It's A Sin with Russell T. Davies and Olly Alexander

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson are watching It's A Sin — a miniseries about the early days of the HIV/AIDS crisis in 1980s London. This podcast covers all five episodes that are now streaming on HBO Max and includes an interview with series creator Russell T. Davies and star Olly Alexander. 
21/02/21·1h 30m

Still Watching: WandaVision - "Breaking the Fourth Wall" with Paul Bettany

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican tackle the new Marvel show WandaVision. Lawson and Robinson break down the seventh episode of the show, "Breaking the Fourth Wall" from a beginner’s point of view and read your emails. This week, we have an interview with Vision himself, Paul Bettany. After the interview, Breznican joins to go deep on Marvel comics influences, including nexus beings and questions about if there's someone else behind the scenes.
19/02/21·2h 5m

Still Watching: WandaVision - "All-New Halloween Spooktacular!"

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican tackle the new Marvel show WandaVision. Lawson and Robinson break down the sixth episode of the show, "All-New Halloween Spooktacular!" from a beginner’s point of view and read your emails. After the interview, Breznican joins to go deep on Marvel comics influences, questions about Quicksilver, and some thoughts about kids and parents.
12/02/21·1h 27m

Still Watching: WandaVision - "On a Very Special Episode..." with Kat Dennings

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican tackle the new Marvel show WandaVision featuring an interview with Darcy herself, Kat Dennings. Lawson and Robinson break down the fifth episode of the show, "On a Very Special Episode..." from a beginner’s point of view and read your emails. After the interview, Breznican joins to go deep on Marvel comics influences, what that big ending cameo could mean and future heroes that might make an appearance . 
05/02/21·1h 51m

Still Watching: WandaVision - "We Interrupt This Program" with Elizabeth Olsen

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican tackle the new Marvel show WandaVision with an interview Wanda herself, Elizabeth Olsen. Lawson and Robinson break down the fourth episode of the show, "We Interrupt This Program," from a beginner’s point of view and read your emails. After the interview, Breznican joins to go deep on Marvel comics influences and theories as to what is happening with Westview. 
29/01/21·1h 38m

Still Watching: WandaVision - "Now In Color" with Matt Shakman

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican tackle the new Marvel show WandaVision with an interview Wandavision director Matt Shakman. Lawson and Robinson break down the third episode of the show, "Now in Color," from a beginner’s point of view and in the second half, Breznican joins to go deep on Marvel comics influences and have several guesses as to who is behind Wanda's Bubble. 
22/01/21·1h 49m

Still Watching: WandaVision - Premiere with Kevin Feige

Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican tackle the new Marvel show WandaVision with guest Marvel Studios CEO Kevin Feige. Lawson and Robinson break down the show from a beginner’s point of view and in the second half, Breznican joins to go deep on easter eggs and Marvel comics influences. 
15/01/21·1h 30m

Still Watching: The Mandalorian — Season 2 Finale

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair return to a galaxy far far away to talk about the thrilling conclusion to the second season of The Mandalorian on Disney+. This podcast mostly covers Chapter 16 "The Rescue," but also contains news and speculation on that post-credits scene and the future of the franchise.
18/12/20·1h 9m

Still Watching: The Flight Attendant - Episodes 4-8

Still Watching is flying away for another mystery as Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson jet away to cover The Flight Attendant, the HBO Max miniseries based on Chris Bohjalian's novel from 2018.This week, Joanna and Richard are covering the remainder of the season - "Conspiracy Theories," "Other People's Houses," "After Dark," "Hitchcock Double," and "Arrivals & Departures" - all currently available on HBO Max. Now we know whodunnit, the secret spy, and the surprisingly effective tone of the series.
17/12/20·46m 23s

Still Watching: The Mandalorian — Season 2 through "The Tragedy"

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair return to a galaxy far far away to talk about the second season of The Mandalorian on Disney+. Covering Chapter 9 "The Marshal" through Chapter 14 "The Tragedy," and all the question, guest stars, theories and Grogu moments in between.The Mandalorian: Rosario Dawson Tells All About Ahsoka TanoThe Mandalorian: Why Ahsoka Tano’s Return Matters So MuchAs Gina Carano and Star Wars Fans Clash, Hero Worship Turns to Scorn
04/12/20·1h 17m

Still Watching: The Undoing - Ep. 6 - "The Bloody Truth" with Nicole Kidman and Susanne Bier

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson dive into The Undoing every week, HBO's six-episode miniseries based on 2014 novel You Should Have Known.This week, Joanna and Richard weigh the conclusions in the series finale "The Bloody Truth," and talk about The Undoing overall. This podcast includes two interviews, one with Nicole Kidman who plays Grace Fraser on the series and another with Susanne Bier who directed every episode.
30/11/20·1h 8m

Still Watching: The Flight Attendant - Ep. 1, 2, and 3 - "In Case of Emergency," "Rabbits," and "Funeralia"

Still Watching is flying away for another mystery as Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson jet away to cover The Flight Attendant, the HBO Max miniseries based on Chris Bohjalian's novel from 2018.This week, Joanna and Richard are covering the first three episodes of the series - "In Case of Emergency," "Rabbits," and "Funeralia" - which all dropped on the streaming service on November 26th, 2020. There's a new murder for your hosts to speculate about and Kaley Cuoco portrays a new hot mess female protagonist.
27/11/20·39m 13s

Special Presentation of In VOGUE: The 1990s -- It Bags and It Girls

We’re excited to bring you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. If you miss the 90s for all its nostalgia, fashion, and culture, you're going to love this episode on the fusion of fashion and celebrity culture.By the mid 90’s, fashion had ceased to be an insular, self-sustaining industry. The fashion ecosystem expanded rapidly to include celebrities as aspirational symbols of fashion and status in popular culture. We chronicle the era when pop culture became the vehicle for a mass education in high fashion.Voices featured, in order of appearance: Kristin Davis, Fran Drescher and Brenda Cooper for the Nanny, Donatella Versace, Vera Wang, Andie MacDowell, Melissa Joan Hart, Jennie Garth, Debra Messing, Melissa Rivers, Victoria Beckham, Meg Ryan, Angela Bassett, Claire Danes, Sharon Stone and stylist Paris Libby, Sofia Coppola, Elizabeth Hurley, Kristen Johnston, Raven Symone, Julia Stiles, Karyn Parsons, Tatyana Ali, Tamera Mowry, Nia Long, Tonne Goodman, Plum Sykes, Mark Holgate, Laird, Darnell-Jamal LisbyIf you like what you hear, subscribe to In VOGUE: The 1990s now on your preferred podcast app: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1526206712 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4uJdNOg4EtQAqlnfxLo7wX Or wherever you get your podcasts. For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast.
24/11/20·36m 27s

Still Watching: The Undoing - Ep. 5 - "Trial by Fury" with Noah Jupe and Hugh Grant

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson dive into The Undoing every week, HBO's six-episode miniseries based on 2014 novel You Should Have Known.This week, it's time for some surprising revelations in court for the penultimate episode "Trial by Fury" This podcast episode features two interviews, one with with Noah Jupe who plays Henry Fraser and one with Hugh Grant who portrays Jonathan Fraser.
23/11/20·1h 14m

Still Watching: The Undoing - Ep. 4 - "See No Evil" with Noma Dumezweni and Ismael Cruz Córdova

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson dive into The Undoing every week, HBO's six-episode miniseries based on 2014 novel You Should Have Known.This week, unreliable narrators and a very suspect Franklin in the fourth episode "See No Evil" This podcast episode features two interviews, one with with Noma Dumezweni who plays Haley Fitzgerald and one with Ismael Cruz Córdova who portrays Fernando Alves.
16/11/20·1h 17m

Still Watching: The Undoing - Ep. 3 - "Do No Harm" with Édgar Ramírez

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson dive into The Undoing every week, HBO's six-episode miniseries based on 2014 novel You Should Have Known.This week, Richard has become suspicious of Henry by the third episode "Do No Harm." This podcast episode features an interview with Édgar Ramírez who plays Detective Joe Mendoza on the series.
10/11/20·45m 48s

Still Watching: We Are Who We Are - "Right here, right now #8"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: We Are Who We Are, the HBO miniseries directed by Luca Guadagnino.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the finale of the miniseries: “Right here, right now #8." In honor of her last day in Italy, Caitlin and Fraser sneak off to catch a concert in Bologna. Along the way, Fraser finally feels comfortable admitting a shocking secret about Mark and finds a new friend in Luca before he and Caitlin spend their final moments together in the most beautiful place on earth.
03/11/20·48m 49s

Still Watching: The Undoing - Ep. 2 - "The Missing" with Lily Rabe

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson dive into The Undoing every week, HBO's six-episode miniseries based on 2014 novel You Should Have Known.This week, iwe learn more about Jonathan Fraser in the second episode "The Missing." This podcast episode features an interview with Lily Rabe who plays Sylvia Steinetz on the series.
02/11/20·46m 32s

Still Watching: We Are Who We Are - "Right here, right now #7"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: We Are Who We Are, the HBO miniseries directed by Luca Guadagnino.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the penultimate episode of the miniseries: “Right here, right now #7." The friend group fractures even further over their hatred for Colonel Wilson, whom they blame for a tragedy that’s rocked the base. As Caitlin momentarily pauses her self-discovery journey and Danny fully commits to his, Richard’s insubordination reaches a breaking point, forcing Wilson to make a difficult decision.
27/10/20·52m 35s

Still Watching: The Undoing - Ep. 1 - "The Undoing" with Matilda De Angelis and Susanne Bier

Still Watching is picking up another show that features Nicole Kidman and a murder, as Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson dive into The Undoing, HBO's six-episode miniseries based on 2014 novel You Should Have Known.This week, it's setup to solve a murder as we learn about Elena Alves in episode one, "The Undoing." This podcast episode features interviews with Matilda De Angelis, who plays Elena on the show, and executive producer and series director Susanne Bier.
26/10/20·1h 4m

Still Watching: We Are Who We Are - "Right here, right now #6"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: We Are Who We Are, the HBO miniseries directed by Luca Guadagnino.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the sixth episode of the miniseries: “Right here, right now #6." Lines get blurred and boundaries are crossed as the 2016 presidential election comes to its inevitable conclusion. 
20/10/20·51m 16s

Still Watching: The Haunting of Bly Manor

Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican are Still Watching: The Haunting of Bly Manor, the horror series on Netflix from director Mike Flanagan and several collaborators from his previous The Haunting of Hill House. This haunting, loosely based on The Turn of the Screw by Henry James, has new ghosts to explore.This podcast begins free of spoilers in case you are deciding if you'd like to binge The Haunting of Bly Manor. If you've completed the series, the latter half of the podcast includes a discussion of the full series, including spooky spoilers.
13/10/20·1h 10m

Still Watching: We Are Who We Are - "Right here, right now #5"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: We Are Who We Are, the HBO miniseries directed by Luca Guadagnino.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the fifth episode of the miniseries: “Right here, right now #5." A joyous haircut finally arrives, Jenny and Maggie have an encounter that complicates everything, and Richard and Joanna debate a surprise encounter at the movies.
13/10/20·52m 47s

Still Watching: We Are Who We Are - "Right here, right now #4"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: We Are Who We Are, the HBO miniseries directed by Luca Guadagnino.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the fourth episode of the miniseries: “Right here, right now #4." A wild wedding party unearths buried conflict while the shadow of war looms.
06/10/20·48m 17s

Still Watching: We Are Who We Are - "Right here, right now #3"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: We Are Who We Are, the HBO miniseries directed by Luca Guadagnino.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the third episode of the miniseries: “Right here, right now #3," where the dynamics of the friend group shift after Caitlin and Sam's break-up. Meanwhile, Sarah and Maggie make some new connections.
29/09/20·49m 44s

Still Watching: We Are Who We Are - "Right here, right now #2"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: We Are Who We Are, the HBO miniseries directed by Luca Guadagnino.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the second episode of the miniseries: “Right here, right now #2," which backtracks in time to provide a different perspective and give more context to the events of episode #1.
22/09/20·50m 36s

Still Watching: We Are Who We Are - "Right here, right now #1"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: We Are Who We Are, the HBO miniseries directed by Luca Guadagnino.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the first episode of the miniseries: “Right here, right now #1," a discussion of what series Still Watching will be covering next, and some recommendations based on what your hosts have been watching during the summer hiatus.
15/09/20·43m 36s

Still Watching: Mrs. America - Ep. 9, “Reagan” with Cate Blanchett, Dahvi Waller, and Stacey Sher

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Mrs. America, the FX on Hulu miniseries about the debate over the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s. This week, Joanna and Richard cover the finale episode of the miniseries: “Reagan”This podcast includes three special guest interviews: Star Cate Blanchett on the painful loneliness of playing a character as toxic as Phyllis Schlafly. Showrunner Dahvi Waller reflects on writing a fiction that reflects a real moment in history. Executive producer Stacey Sher clarifies how the insurance industry impacted the ERA.
28/05/20·1h 47m

Still Watching: Mrs. America - Ep. 8, “Houston” with Sarah Paulson, Niecy Nash, and Dahvi Waller

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Mrs. America, the FX on Hulu miniseries about the debate over the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the eighth and penultimate episode of the series: “Michigan”This podcast includes three special guest interviews: This week includes a segment from next week’s larger interview with Showrunner Dahvi Waller Niecy Nash talks about facing off with Sarah Paulson in this episode Sarah Paulson talks to Richard about portraying Alice Macray.
21/05/20·1h 9m

Still Watching: Mrs. America - Ep. 7, “Bella” with Margo Martindale

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Mrs. America, the FX on Hulu miniseries about the debate over the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the seventh episodes of the series: “Bella”This podcast includes a special guest interview with Margo Martindale, who talks about portraying Bella Abzug on the series and her personal memories of the period depicted in the series.
14/05/20·58m 24s

Still Watching: Mrs. America - Ep. 6, “Jill” with Elizabeth Banks

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Mrs. America, the FX on Hulu miniseries about the debate over the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the sixth episodes of the series: “Jill.”This podcast includes a special guest interview with Elizabeth Banks, who talks about portraying Jill Ruckelshaus during a crucial political moment for Republicans.
07/05/20·1h 2m

Still Watching: Westworld S3 - “Crisis Theory” with Thandie Newton

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Westworld, HBO’s science fiction series This week they cover the third season finale “Crisis Theory,” which has an unusual amount of content after the credits. With the fates of our favorite robots left in the balance, we get some definitive answers for humanity with Caleb taking the reigns of a new start and William falling to the Man in Black. This podcast includes a special interview with Thandie Newton who discusses the challenges of playing a warrior Maeve outside the park this season.
04/05/20·1h 3m

Still Watching: Mrs. America - Ep. 5, “Phyllis & Fred & Brenda & Marc” with John Slattery

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Mrs. America, the FX on Hulu miniseries about the debate over the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the fifth episodes of the series: “Phyllis & Fred & Brenda & Marc”This podcast includes a special guest interview with John Slattery, who talks about portraying Fred Schlafly, Phyllis’ husband.
30/04/20·1h 20m

Still Watching: Westworld S3 - “Passed Pawn”

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Westworld, HBO’s science fiction series, which has been renewed for a fourth season! This week they cover “Passed Pawn” the penultimate episode of the third season. Caleb learns the truth about Caleb, meet Solomon in “person,” deepend the character of Serac, then catch up with Maeve and Dolores now that she has some allies.
27/04/20·55m 14s

Still Watching: Mrs. America - Ep. 4, “Betty” with Rose Byrne and Tracey Ullman

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Mrs. America, the FX on Hulu miniseries about the debate over the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s.This week, Joanna and Richard cover the fourth episodes of the series: “Betty”This podcast includes two special guest interviews: Rose Byrne discusses finding Gloria Steinem the woman and not just the icon while Tracey Ullman expresses her love for the messiness of Betty Friedan and her personal memories of being a teenager during the second wave feminist movement.
23/04/20·1h 25m

Still Watching: Westworld S3 - “Decoherence” with Tessa Thompson

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Westworld, HBO’s science fiction series. This week they cover “Decoherence,” the sixth episode of the third season.  William re-enters the story, Maeve is sent back to War World searching for allies, and Charlotte Hale has a big episode. This episode features an interview with Tessa Thompson who played Charlotte Hale in season two and various versions of Dolores since.
20/04/20·1h 16m

Still Watching: Mrs. America - Eps. 1-3 with Cate Blanchett

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Mrs. America, the FX on Hulu miniseries about the debate over the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s.  This week, Joanna and Richard introduce the Mrs. America, and cover the first three episodes of the series: “Phyllis,” “Gloria,” and “Shirley.” This podcast includes three special guest interviews: Uzo Aduba talks about portraying Shirley Chisholm at an important moment for women of color.  Cate Blanchett discusses the complexities of portraying conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly.  Dahvi Waller, writer of the first two episodes and creator of the show, discusses portraying the important moment in the second wave feminist movement.
16/04/20·1h 44m

Still Watching: Westworld S3 - “Genre”

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Westworld, HBO’s science fiction series. This week they cover “Genre,” the fifth episode of the third season. We learn more about Serac’s backstory and motivations, Caleb’s place in the world, and where William has been stashed away in an episode with a genre-hopping drug.
13/04/20·42m 53s

Still Watching: Westworld S3 - “The Mother of Exiles”

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Westworld, HBO’s science fiction series. This week they cover “The Mother of Exiles,” the fourth episode of the third season. At the midpoint of the season, host identities are uncovered. Maeve runs across another familiar face.
06/04/20·43m 35s

Still Watching: Westworld S3 - “The Absence of Field”

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Westworld, HBO’s science fiction series. This week they cover “The Absence of Field,” the third episode of the third season. Westworld veers out of the park to focus on whomever is wearing Charlotte, and we catch up with Caleb and Dolores.
30/03/20·50m 26s

Still Watching: Westworld S3 - “The Winter Line”

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Westworld, HBO’s science fiction series. This week they cover “The WInter Line,” the second episode of the third season. Maeve is in War World and the Mesa this week, plus Serac (Vincent Cassel) has a proposition for her. We see some familiar faces in the park along the way.
23/03/20·54m 42s

Still Watching: Westworld S3 - “Parce Domine”

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: Westworld, HBO’s science fiction series. This week they cover “Parce Domine,” the first episode of the third season. Dolores fights for a new cause. “Charlotte” holds a board meeting to pin everything on Bernard. We also meet Caleb while Westworld redefines what type of show it wants to be.
16/03/20·1h 4m

Still Watching: The Outsider — “Must/Can’t"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Outsider, HBO and Richard Price’s miniseries adaptation of the Stephen King novel. This week covers “Must/Can’t,” the tenth and final episode of the season (but maybe not of the series?). A sequence of tense anti-climaxes bring Holly and Ralph face to face with El Cuco and consequences.  At the end of this episode, Joanna and Richard take a moment to preview Westworld Season 3, in anticipation of Still Watching: Westworld, which returns to this feed on Sunday.
09/03/20·47m 56s

Still Watching: The Outsider — “Tigers and Bears"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Outsider, HBO and Richard Price’s miniseries adaptation of the Stephen King novel. This week covers “Tigers and Bears,” the ninth and penultimate episode of the season. The detectives close in on El Cuco as the episodes rushes to a surprising and terrifying climax.
02/03/20·42m 36s

Still Watching: The Outsider — “Foxhead"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Outsider, HBO and Richard Price’s miniseries adaptation of the Stephen King novel. This week covers “Foxhead,” the eighth episode of the season. Claude visits his brother right as Cavestock kicks off.
25/02/20·55m 4s

Still Watching: The Outsider — “In the Pines, In the Pines"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Outsider, HBO and Richard Price’s miniseries adaptation of the Stephen King novel. This week covers “In the Pines, In the Pines,” the seventh episode of the season. Holly is trapped in a car with a tortured Jack, Ralph refuses to believe what’s right in front of him.
17/02/20·56m 25s

Still Watching: The Outsider — “The One About The Yiddish Vampire"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Outsider, HBO and Richard Price’s miniseries adaptation of the Stephen King novel. This week covers “The One About The Yiddish Vampire,” the sixth episode of the season. Holly tries to explain as everyone is brought together, and Jack sinks further into his thrall.
10/02/20·53m 5s

Still Watching: The Outsider — “Tear-Drinker"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Outsider, HBO and Richard Price’s miniseries adaptation of the Stephen King novel. This week covers “Tear-Drinker,” the fifth episode of the season. Holly searches for cemetery-adjacent haunts while a man in a hoodie lurks around the Andersons .
02/02/20·48m 41s

Still Watching: The Outsider — “Que Viene el Coco"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Outsider, HBO and Richard Price’s adaptation of the Stephen King novel. This week covers “Que Viene el Coco,” the fourth episode of the season. Holly continues backtracking on Terry’s case and is enlightened to some mythological findings.
27/01/20·49m 37s

Still Watching: The Outsider — “Dark Uncle"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Outsider, HBO and Richard Price’s adaptation of the Stephen King novel. This week covers “Dark Uncle,” the third episode of the season. The mystery of the doppelgangers and Detective Ralph Anderson’s personal issues deepen as the aftermath of episode two’s events plays out against a prison plot.
20/01/20·50m 5s

Still Watching: The Outsider — “Fish in a Barrel” and "Roanoke"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Outsider, HBO and Richard Price’s adaptation of the Stephen King novel. This week kicks off the season and the mystery with two episodes, both directed by Jason Bateman. Det. Ralph Anderson (Ben Mendelsohn) catches a disturbing case with a suspect that appears to be in two places at the same time.
13/01/20·43m 1s

Still Watching: The Mandalorian — "Chapter Eight: Redemption"

 Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair return to a galaxy far far away for "Chapter Eight: Redemption" the final episode of the first season of The Mandalorian on Disney+. The Mandalorian, Cara Dune, and Greef Carga face off with Moff Gideon. Then, your hosts give their spoiler thoughts on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
27/12/19·1h 14m

Still Watching: The Mandalorian — "Chapter Seven: The Reckoning"

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair return to a galaxy far far away for "Chapter Seven: The Reckoning" the penultimate episode of the first season of The Mandalorian on Disney+. The Mandalorian and some familiar faces return to deal with The Client and the Bounty Hunter’s Guild once and for all.
18/12/19·51m 22s

Still Watching: The Mandalorian — "Chapter Six: The Prisoner"

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair return to a galaxy far far away for "Chapter Six: The Prisoner" the most recent episode of The Mandalorian on Disney+. The Mandalorian joins a crew of rogues for a heist to rescue an arrested associate.
13/12/19·1h 2m

Still Watching: The Mandalorian — "Chapter Five: The Gunslinger" with Bryce Dallas Howard and Ming Na Wen

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair return to a galaxy far far away for "Chapter Five: The Gunslinger" the most recent episode of The Mandalorian on Disney+. The Mandalorian helps a rookie bounty hunter who is in over his head, while Anthony interviews Bryce Dallas Howard, who directed “Chapter Four,” and Ming Na Wen who appears in this episode as Fennec Shand.
06/12/19·58m 52s

Still Watching: The Mandalorian — "Chapter Four: Sanctuary" with Gina Carano

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair return to a galaxy far far away for "Chapter Four: Sanctuary" the fourth episode of The Mandalorian on Disney+. The Mandalorian teams up with an ex-soldier to protect a village from raiders, while your hosts interview Gina Carano who plays Cara Dune in this episode.
29/11/19·1h 2m

Still Watching: The Mandalorian — "Chapter Three: The Sin" with Emily Swallow and Deborah Chow

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair return to a galaxy far far away for "Chapter Three: The Sin" the third episode of The Mandalorian on Disney+. The battered Mandalorian returns to his client for his reward, while Anthony interviews Emily Swallow who plays the masked Armorer, and Deborah Chow who directed this episode.
22/11/19·1h 31m

Still Watching: The Crown, Season 3 - The Next Generation with Erin Doherty and Josh O'Connor

Joanna Robinson, Julie Miller, Katey Rich, and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Crown Season 3 on Netflix with a special podcast miniseries. In this episode we dive into the next generation of star-crossed, scandal-plagued royals and the love quadrangle between Camilla, Prince Charles, his sister Princess Anne, and Andrew Parker-Bowles. Julie Miller interviews Princess Anne actress Erin Doherty and Prince Charles actor Josh O’Connor.
18/11/19·39m 19s

Still Watching: The Crown, Season 3 - The True Story of Princess Margaret with Christopher Warwick

Joanna Robinson, Julie Miller, Katey Rich, and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Crown Season 3 on Netflix with a special podcast miniseries. The team dives into the fact behind the fiction of Princess Margaret’s visit to LBJ’s White House and her scandalous affair with a much younger man. Julie Miller interviews Princess Margaret’s biographer Christopher Warwick.
18/11/19·42m 10s

Still Watching: The Mandalorian — "Chapter Two: The Child" with Pedro Pascal

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair return to a galaxy far far away for "Chapter Two: The Child" the second episode of The Mandalorian on Disney+. Target in-hand, The Mandalorian must now contend with scavengers while the podcast hosts interview series star Pedro Pascal.
15/11/19·1h 3m

Still Watching: The Crown — Season 3 Preview

Joanna Robinson, Julie Miller, Katey Rich, and Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair are Still Watching: The Crown Season 3 on Netflix with a special podcast miniseries.Get ready for Season 3 of The Crown, coming to Netflix this Sunday November 17th with this preview episode! Team Vanity Fair gets you all caught up with what to expect from the royal family and the new cast members joining the show this year. 
14/11/19·32m 4s

Still Watching: The Mandalorian — "Chapter One" with Jon Favreau and Carl Weathers

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair return to a galaxy far far away for "Chapter One" the series premiere of The Mandalorian on Disney+. The show introduces a Mandalorian bounty hunter who tracks a target for a well-paying client while the podcast hosts check in with Greef Carga actor Carl Weathers and showrunner Jon Favreau.
12/11/19·1h 22m

Introducing Still Watching: The Mandalorian

Joanna Robinson and Anthony Breznican of Vanity Fair travel a long time ago to a galaxy far far away to cover the groundbreaking new Disney+ series The Mandalorian. Future episodes will include conversations with the cast and crew but this preview contains spoiler-free clips of our interviews with series stars Carl Weathers, Gina Carano and the Mandalorian himself, Pedro Pascal!
07/11/19·47m 27s

Still Watching: His Dark Materials

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Lyra's Jordan" the first episode of HBO and BBC's His Dark Materials series, based on the trilogy of Philip Pullman novels. the film adaptation The Golden Compass didn't earn a sequel at the box office, but all signs are this series is blasting straight ahead.This podcast primarily discusses the episode "Lyra's Jordan," but also includes a "spoiler" discussion based on the books. The spoiler section begins at 38 minutes and 41 seconds into the podcast and includes a verbal spoiler warning.
05/11/19·54m 5s

Still Watching: Watchmen

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice" the first episode of Damon Lindelof's Watchmen "remix" series on HBO. Watch as this superhero property takes on race and policing in America. This week's guest is actor with Tim Blake Nelson who plays the mysterious Looking Glass, a hero with a mirror mask but no mirrors in his house, on Watchmen.
21/10/19·1h 35m

Succession Season 2 - Episode 10: "This is Not for Tears" with Annabelle Dexter-Jones

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "This is Not for Tears" the tenth and final episode of the second season of Succession on HBO. Logan weighs whether a member of the family, or a top lieutenant, will need to be sacrificed to salvage the company's tarnished reputation. Roman shares his hesitations about a new source of financing, as Kendall suggests a familiar alternative. This week's guest is actor with Annabelle Dexter-Jones who played Naomi Pierce in season two of Succession.
14/10/19·1h 11m

Succession Season 2 - Episode 9: "DC"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "D.C." the ninth and penultimate episode of the second season of Succession on HBO. Logan, Kendall, Gerri and Tom testify before Congress; Shiv speaks candidly to Kira, a victim who is set to be a key witness; in Turkey, Roman's business pitch takes a chilling turn.
07/10/19·46m 31s

Succession Season 2 - Episode 8: "Dundee" with Dame Harriet Walter

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Dundee" the eighth episode of the second season of Succession on HBO. The entire Roy clan travels to Logan's hometown of Dundee, Scotland, for a celebration of Logan's 50 years in the business; Kendall becomes enamored with Jennifer, an actress in Willa's play. This week's interview is with Dame Harriet Walter, who plays Lady Caroline Collingwood on the show.
30/09/19·1h 15m

Succession Season 2 - Episode 7: "Return"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Return" the seventh episode of the second season of Succession on HBO. When Kendall and Roman are sent to the U.K. to negotiate with their mother, an uninvited Shiv shows up to get answers from her father, who has been dodging her; Rhea's continued presence raises eyebrows among the Roy kids, as Logan seeks her counsel.
23/09/19·37m 33s

Succession Season 2 - Episode 6: "Argestes"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Argestes" the sixth episode of the second season of Succession on HBO.As Logan looks to finalize a deal to buy the Pierce family's papers and TV stations, a threat to the deal arises from an unexpected quarter; Tom worries about ATN's new slogan after learning some distressing news from Greg.
16/09/19·36m 51s

Succession Season 2 - Episode 5: "Tern Haven" with J. Smith-Cameron

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Tern Haven," the fifth episode of the second season of Succession on HBO. This week's interview is with actress J. Smith-Cameron who plays Gerri Killman.
09/09/19·1h 7m

Succession Season 2 - Episode 4: "Safe Room"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Safe Room," the fourth episode of the second season of Succession on HBO, where there's a funeral and a problematic ATN anchor.
02/09/19·46m 15s

Succession Season 2 - Episode 3: "Hunting"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Hunting," the third episode of the second season of Succession on HBO, which involves a creepy boar hunt and a kitchen viral video.
26/08/19·43m 45s

Succession Season 2 - Episode 2: "The Vaulter"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Vaulter," the second episode of the second season of Succession on HBO, and how accurately the show portrays online media.
19/08/19·35m 14s

Succession Season 2 - Episode 1: "The Summer Palace"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Summer Palace," the first episode of the second season of Succession on HBO, and how the fall of Kendall makes way for the rise of Shiv.
12/08/19·44m 6s

Still Watching Big Little Lies: "I Want To Know" with Poorna Jagannathan

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "I Want to Know" the seventh and final episode second season of Big Little Lies on HBOThis week in Monterey - things wrap up for all of moms as Ziggy has advice for Jane, Madeline finds a solution to her marriage, Renata finally loses it, Bonnie cracks, and Celeste finally faces down Mary Louise in the courtroom. This week's guest interview is with is actress Poorna Jagannathan who plays Celeste's lawyer Katie Richmond in the second season of Big Little Lies.This week's interview begins at 57 minutes and 3 seconds.
22/07/19·1h 32m

Still Watching Big Little Lies: "Bad Mother"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Bad Mother" the sixth and penultimate episode of the second season of Big Little Lies on HBOThis week in Monterey - Madeline wears a dress. Renata has to let the nanny go. Celeste's legal troubles with Mary Louise reveal some distressing truths. Bonnie has some confessions to make. Jane's relationship gets more complicated after some police questioning. 
15/07/19·42m 26s

Still Watching Big Little Lies: "Kill Me"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Kill Me" the fifth episode of the second season of Big Little Lies on HBOThis week in Monterey - Mary Louise twists the knife legally and in a conversation with Renata. Madeline and Ed have some car conversations, Bonnie is torn between her family and her mother, and Celeste and Jane continue to deal with their kids and the truths about Perry.
08/07/19·51m 21s

Still Watching Big Little Lies: "She Knows"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "She Knows" the fourth episode of the second season of Big Little Lies on HBOThis week in Monterey - Mary Louise ends up making a play for the boys, Celeste has an encounter, Renata enthusiastically welcomes everyone, and some visions complicate the situation for Bonnie. But more importantly: disco party.
01/07/19·49m 23s

Still Watching Big Little Lies: "The End of the World" with P.J. Byrne

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The End of the World" the third episode of the second season of Big Little Lies on HBOThis week's interview features P.J. Byrne who plays Principal Warren Nippal. Go Otters! Back in Monterey: Mary Louise shows up to talk to Jane and Ziggy, more questionable therapy sessions, and Madeline has to take some responsibility (sometimes).
24/06/19·1h 2m

Still Watching Big Little Lies: "Tell Tale Hearts" with Crystal Fox

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Tell Tale Hearts" the second episode of the second season of Big Little Lies on HBOAnother mother enters the fold - Elizabeth Howard, Bonnie's mother, played by Crystal Fox, this episode's guest interview! Back in Monterey: Mary Louise doesn't believe Celeste, Ziggy learns some hard truths, and Madeline's life keeps crumbling. All the while, Bonnie gulps down water.
17/06/19·55m 3s

Still Watching Big Little Lies: "What Have They Done?"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "What Have They Done?" the first episode of the second season of Big Little Lies on HBOIn the second season, Andrea Arnold takes over directing duties as we return to Monterey, California for another season of Big Little Lies. Meryl Streep joins the already packed cast as Mary Louise, Celeste's step-mother. The new addition complicates the relationship between Celeste and her boys, and the attempts of the "Monterey Five" to keep their secret. 
10/06/19·52m 1s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "The Iron Throne"

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones, covering the final season of HBO's Game of Thrones.This final Game of Thrones episode, Joanna Robinson and Katey Rich discuss "The Iron Throne" the sixth episode of the season and finale episode of Game of Thrones! The end has come, tragedy strikes, and now our watch has ended.
20/05/19·52m 4s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "The Bells"

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones, covering the final season of HBO's Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew.This week, Joanna Robinson and Katey Rich discuss "The Bells" the fifth and penultimate episode from the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones! The forces of Daenerys Targaryen make their final move on Queen Cersei and King's Landing. 
14/05/19·1h 1m

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "The Last of the Starks" With Paula Fairfield

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones, covering the final season of HBO's Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew.This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Last of the Starks" the fourth episode from the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones, and a divisive one! Team Daenerys takes some serious hits, Jaime and Brienne have a brief moment, Cersei and Euron provoke the opposition.This episode's interview is with returning guest sound designer Paula Fairfield who was responsible for the sounds of killing another dragon, plus an entire Army of the Dead last week. Paula discusses using endangered animal sounds for dragons and creating the sounds of a million wights.
07/05/19·1h 6m

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "The Long Night" With Steve Kullback and Joe Bauer

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones, covering the final season of HBO's Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew.This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Long Night" the third episode from the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones. Winterfell is under attack, the Army of the Dead breaches the walls. Melisandre shows up and cheers up Arya for a power play.This episode's interview is with Visual Effects Producer Steve Kullback and Visual Effects Supervisor Joe Bauer who talk about creating the Army of the Dead and the Battle of Winterfell.
30/04/19·1h 5m

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms" With Bryan Cogman

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones, covering the final season of HBO's Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew.This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms" the second episode from the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones. Drinks around the fire turns to knighting, Gendry and Arya re-connect, and Theon returns to Winterfell.This episode's interview is with writer and co-executive producer Bryan Cogman, who gets his final solo writing credit on the series with this week's "love letter" episode littered with memorable character interactions.
22/04/19·1h 19m

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "Winterfell" With John Bradley

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones, covering the final season of HBO's Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew.This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Winterfell" the first episode from the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones. Bran is ready to hurry things along. Jon takes a ride. Lots of people reunite with Arya.This episode's interview is with actor John Bradley who plays Samwell Tarly, the eldest non-burnt Tarly who has been to The Wall and the Citadel, curing Jorahs and revealing parent-facts. 
15/04/19·49m 6s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "The Winds of Winter" With Ramin Djawadi

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season THAT PREMIERES TONIGHT! This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Winds of Winter," the most important episode in their re-watch and the tenth episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones. Cersei makes her ultimate power grab, Tommen falls. This episode's interview is with composer Ramin Djawadi who composes the music for Game of Thrones, including the theme, the Rains of Castamere, and the stunning piano piece that opens "The Winds of Winter"
14/04/19·58m 14s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "Spoils of War" With Sam Conway

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season in fewer than 48 hours!This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Spoils of War" the fourth episode of the seventh season of Game of Thrones. This episode's interview is with special effects supervisor Sam Conway who monitors stunts and visual effects elements on set to pull off things like dragons and sept explosions, including breaking the record for stunt-people set on fire at once with "Spoils of War."
13/04/19·58m 4s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "The Door" With Paula Fairfield

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season in mere days!This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Door" the fifth episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones. Arya sees a play, Sansa confronts Littlefinger, Bran royally screws up.This episode's interview is with sound designer Paula Fairfield who is responsible for your favorite other-worldly sounds on Game of Thrones, be they dragon or wight. 
10/04/19·1h 18m

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "Home" With Isaac Hempstead Wright

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season in mere days.This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Home" the second episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones. Bran trains with the Three-Eyed Raven and glimpses his past, Jon Snow rejoins the show.This episode's interview is with actor Isaac Hempstead Wright, who plays Bran Stark in "Home" and the Three-Eyed Raven version of Bran in the upcoming final season. 
06/04/19·44m 44s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "Mother's Mercy" With Hannah Waddingham

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season in mere days.This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Mother's Mercy" the tenth episode of the fifth season of Game of Thrones. Sansa makes her escape, Cersei takes a walk, and Jon dies.This episode's interview is with actress Hannah Waddingham, who plays Septa Unella in this episode of Game of Thrones and up until that character's wine-waterboarding fate is sealed in a future season.
04/04/19·51m 51s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "Hardhome" With Fabian Wagner

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season this April.This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Hardhome" the eighth episode of the fifth season of Game of Thrones - the first fifth season pick for this rewatch. You remember this one: zombies!This episode's interview is with cinematographer Fabian Wagner, who has worked on Game of Thrones since season four, including "Hardhome, "The Battle of the Bastards," and the upcoming season's long night-battle episode.
01/04/19·59m 38s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "The Children" with Bryan Cogman

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season this April.This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Children" the tenth episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones - and maybe the first excellent season finale. Brienne fights the Hound, Tywin goes to the bathroom, Arya decides to go on a boat trip.This week's interview features the return of co-executive producer Bryan Cogman, who has to admit that "The Children" is his favorite episode of his re-watch so far, plus he explains some differences between the books and season four, especially as it pertains to Tyrion.
29/03/19·56m 2s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "The Mountain and the Viper" With Deb Riley

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season this April.This episode, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Mountain and the Viper" the eighth episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones.Reek plays Theon, Arya arrives at The Vale, Oberyn's fight doesn't go well.The interview is with production designer Deb Riley, who explains why she hates "camp" scenes with fake snow and cryptically alludes to the most challenging part of the final season's design.
25/03/19·1h 12m

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "Two Swords" With Tommy Dunne

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season this April.This episode Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Two Swords" the first episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones. Ice gets split into the titular weapons,  pan-sexual princes in King's Landing, and a scuffle at the inn.Today's interview is with weapons master Tommy Dunne who discusses making the very important "hero" swords for Game of Thrones, and which character he wished he got to make a weapon for.
22/03/19·53m 21s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "The Rains of Castamere" With David Nutter

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season this April.This week, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Rains of Castamere" the ninth episode of the third season of Game of Thrones. You remember this one, it's the one where Edmure Tully gets married.This week's interview is with David Nutter, who directed this Red Wedding episode and will return to Game of Thrones this upcoming season for three episodes  of the final season.
19/03/19·31m 21s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" with Joe Dempsie

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season this April.This week, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" the seventh episode of the third season of Game of Thrones. Theon gets cut, Brienne and Jaime face a bear .This week's interview is with Joe Dempsie who plays Gendry, secret bastard son of Robert Baratheon.
16/03/19·48m 2s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "Kissed by Fire" With Bryan Cogman

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season this April.This week, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Kissed by Fire" the fifth episode of the third season of Game of Thrones, where Jon Snow enters a cave and the Lannisters embrace their fates.This week's interview is with co-executive producer and writer of this episode, Bryan Cogman, who has been writing for the show since the very beginning. In this lengthy conversation, Joanna and Bryan dig deep into Jaimie Lannister and the particulars of writing Game of Thrones.
13/03/19·1h 22m

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "Blackwater" with Neil Marshall

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season this April.This week, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Blackwater" the ninth episode of the second season of Game of Thrones. Wildfire action happens in the bay and drinking happens whenever Cersei is around!This week's interview is with Neil Marshall, the director of this episode of teh series and feature films like The Descent and the upcoming Hellboy, who shares how he was able to bring the first "battle episode" to life on a short schedule.
10/03/19·35m 38s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "Baelor" With Miltos Yerolemou

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones re-watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season this April.This week, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Baelor" the ninth episode of the first season of Game of Thrones, and the one that set the tone (and several plotlines) for the rest of the series. This week's interview is with Miltos Yerolemou who appeared as Arya's mentor, the Braavosi Syrio Forel in the first season of Game of Thrones, and shares what he'd like to see in the final season of the show.
07/03/19·46m 6s

Still Watching Game of Thrones: "Winter is Coming" with Esmé Bianco

Welcome to the Still Watching: Game of Thrones Re-Watch, covering classic episodes of Game of Thrones paired with interviews of the cast and crew leading up to the final season this April.This week, Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Winter is Coming" the first episode of the first season of Game of Thrones, give out some superlative awards (Direwolf cubs!), and discuss how this pilot had to be reshot.This week's interview is with Esmé Bianco who appeared as Ros on three seasons of the show including rare footage from the pilot that never made it to air.
04/03/19·43m 29s

True Detective Season 3 - "Now Am Found"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Now Am Found" the eighth and final episode of the third season of True Detective, HBO's mystery anthology series.The whole story of Julie and the Hoyt family is revealed. Hays tries to find peace in three time periods. There is a meet-cute with a dog. Then, overall feelings on True Detective's third season.
27/02/19·46m 29s

True Detective Season 3 - "The Final Country" with Daniel Sackheim

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Final Country" the seventh and penultimate episode of the third season of True Detective, HBO's mystery anthology series.More of the mystery unravels through all three time periods. Amelia makes some important discoveries while researching for her book. An argument breaks apart a partnership. A secret in the woods.This week's interview features director Daniel Sackheim, who directed four of the eight episodes this season including "The Final Country"
18/02/19·1h 28m

True Detective Season 3 - "Hunters In the Dark"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Hunters In The Dark" the sixth episode of the third season of True Detective, HBO's mystery anthology series.Things seem to wrap up in 1980, while the 1990 case surges forward thanks to Cousin Dan and a tall tale involving Lucy's former employer. In 2015, bodies have piled up. Things look bleak for Tom.
11/02/19·58m 46s

True Detective Season 3 - "If You Have Ghosts" with Scoot McNairy

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "If You Have Ghosts" the fifth episode of the third season of True Detective, HBO's mystery anthology series.Showrunner Nic Pizzolatto continues his run as writer/director. The situation at Woodard's blows up, Julie sees someone on TV, Old Man Stephen Dorff shows up.This episode features an interview with Scoot McNairy who plays Tom Purcell.
01/02/19·1h 12m

True Detective Season 3 - "The Hour and the Day" with Michael Greyeyes

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Hour and the Day" the fourth episode of the third season of True Detective, HBO's mystery anthology series.Showrunner Nic Pizzolatto steps into the directing chair and allows David Milch to share a co-writing credit. Hays and West see a possible connection between the local church and the Purcell crimes; as the detectives search for one suspect and round up another for interrogation, Woodard is targeted by a vigilante group.This episode features an interview with Michael Greyeyes who plays Brett Woodard.For 50% off your first month of personalized Care/of vitamins, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter WATCHING50 at checkout.This week's episode was brought to you in part by Audible. Go to Audible.com/WATCHING or text WATCHING to 500500 and listen for a change.
28/01/19·1h 20m

True Detective Season 3 - "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye" the second episode of the third season of True Detective, HBO's mystery anthology series.Directed by Daniel Sackheim, Hays recalls his early romance with Amelia, as well as cracks in their relationship that surfaced after they married; ten years after the Purcell crimes, new evidence emerges, giving Hays a second chance to vindicate himself and the investigation. This episode includes an interview with Ray Fisher, who plays Detective Hays' son Henry in the 2015 timeline.
14/01/19·43m 40s

True Detective Season 3 - "The Great War and Modern Memory"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "The Great War and Modern Memory" the first episode of the third season of True Detective, HBO's mystery anthology series.Director Jeremy Saulnier and writer/creator Nic Pizzolatto introduce audiences to the setting and mystery for this season, which will see Detective Wayne Hays (Mahershala Ali) revisit a crime in the Ozarks in three different time periods.This week's podcast episode features an interview with Mamie Gummer, who plays Lucy Purcell this season. The interview starts ar 48 minutes and 52 seconds in.
14/01/19·1h 21m

The Romanoffs - "The One That Holds Everything" and 2018 Wrap-Up

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss The One that Holds Everything" the finale episode of the Amazon original series The Romanoffs. This episode -  featuring Hugh Skinner, Hera Hilmar and Ben Miles  - In a story that circles the globe, a man tries to escape a family curse..After discussing the episode, Joanna and Richard reflect back on 2018's Still Watching season (and what makes a good Still Watching show), then tease what's coming in 2019.
06/12/18·38m 18s

The Romanoffs - "End of the Line" with Annet Mahendru

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "End of the Line" the penultimate episode of the Amazon original series The Romanoffs. This episode -  featuring Katheryn Hahn, Jay Ferguson, Annet Mahendru, and Clea Duvall  - On a trip abroad to pursue their legacy, a couple faces destruction.This week's interview is with Annet Mahendru who plays Elena Evanovich. The interview starts at 26 minutes and 39 seconds in.
16/11/18·42m 54s

The Romanoffs - "Panorama" with Radha Mitchell

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Panorama" the sixth episode of the Amazon original series The Romanoffs. In this episode -  featuring Griffen Dunne, David Sutcliffe, Juan Pablo Castañeda, and Radha Mitchell  - In Mexico City, an idealistic reporter falls in love with his mysterious subject.This week's interview is with Radha Mitchell who plays Victoria Hayward. The interview starts at 39 minutes in.
09/11/18·40m 29s

The Romanoffs - "Bright and High Circle" with Andrew Rannells

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Bright and High" the fifth episode of the Amazon original series The Romanoffs. In this episode -  featuring Diane Lane, Ron Livingston, and Andrew Rannells - A trusted friend under suspicion tests the loyalties of a tightly-knit community.This week's interview is with Andrew Rannells who plays Alex Myers. The interview starts at 33 minutes and 53 seconds in.
02/11/18·48m 47s

The Romanoffs - "Expectation" with Amanda Peet

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Expectation" the third episode of the Amazon original series The Romanoffs. In this episode, featuring Amanda Peet, Jon Tenny, Emily Rudd, and John Slattery - Julia Wells has a secret with Slattery's Romanoff historian from "The Royal We". This week's interview is with Amanda Peet who plays Julian Wells. The interview starts at 18 minutes and 9 seconds in.
26/10/18·30m 14s

The Romanoffs - "House of Special Purpose" with Jack Huston

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "House of Special Purpose" the third episode of the Amazon original series The Romanoffs. In this episode, featuring Christina Hendricks, Isabelle Huppert , Jack Huston, and Paul Reiser, a movie star and a director go head to head in a battle over what is real.This week's interview is with Jack Huston who plays Samuel Ryan. The interview starts at 41 minutes and 25 seconds in.
19/10/18·1h 2m

The Romanoffs - "The Violet Hour" and "The Royal We" with Kerry Bishé

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "A Violet Hour" and "The Royal We," the two episodes of the Amazon original series The Romanoffs. In "A Violet Hour," featuring  Aaron Eckhart, Marthe Keller, and Louise Bourgoin, an ancestral home holds the key to a family's future. In "The Royal We," Shelly (Kerry Bishé) is on a themed cruise by herself after he husband Michael (Corey Stoll) finds an excuse to cancel.This week's interview is with Kerry Bishé who plays Shelly in "The Royal We"
12/10/18·1h

Fall TV: The Good Place with Michael Schur

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson are taking time before a new season of Still Watching to survey the Fall TV landscape and catch up with some returning favorites. This week: NBC's The Good Place is back for its third season on NBC. Covering the first three episodes of the season (up through October 4th's episode), it's time to check in on Eleanor (Kristen Bell) and the others as they get a new outlook on life. This week's interview is series creator Michael Shur, who talks about the new season of television's feel-good show and expanding the cast while allowing for returning favorites in the new setting.Michael Schur interview starts at 13 minutes and 18 seconds.
05/10/18·49m 7s

Fall TV: Maniac with Julia Garner and Cary Fukunaga

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson are taking time before a new season of Still Watching to survey the Fall TV landscape and catch up with some returning favorites. This week: Netflix's limited series Maniac, featuring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone caught in Justin Theroux and Sonoya Mizuno's wacky drug trial. The show takes on mental illness while allowing for genre fun with the characters and a tour-de-force Emma Stone performance. Also included embedded in this week's episode is a Billy Magnussen appreciation section. This week's interviews are actress Julia Garner, who plays multiple characters on the show, and director Cary Fukunaga.Julia Garner interview begins at 17 minutes and 47 seconds.Cary Fukunaga interview begins at 37 minutes and 53 seconds.This episode is brought to you by The Sinner.
23/09/18·1h 20m

Fall TV: American Vandal, Season 2 with Tyler Alvarez

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson are taking time before a new season of Still Watching to survey the Fall TV landscape and catch up with some returning favorites. This week, American Vandal, Season 2 is on Netflix. The Peabody Award winning series follows up the mystery of who drew the dicks with another true crime story from high school. This time Peter and Sam head to a private Catholic High School to solve the poop-related crimes. This week's interview is with actor Tyler Alvarez, who plays Peter Maldonado in both seasons.Interview begins at 21 minutes and 36 seconds.This episode is brought to you by The Sinner.
17/09/18·57m 2s

Fall TV: Ozark

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson are taking time before a new season of Still Watching to survey the Fall TV landscape and catch up with some returning favorites.This week, Richard introduces Joanna to Ozark, the Netflix crime series that follows the Byrdes (Jason Bateman and Laura Linney) who move to the Missouri Ozarks and become entangled in shady business like money laundering and drug cartels.This episode is brought to you by The Sinner.
10/09/18·1h

Sharp Objects - "Milk" with Marti Noxon, Eliza Scanlen, and Jean Marc Vallee

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Milk" the eighth and final episode of the HBO original series Sharp Objects. Camille offers herself to Adora to try and save Amma. The solution to the mystery is revealed. This week's episode includes three interviews - series creator Marti Noxon, actor Eliza Scanlen (Amma), and series director Jean Marc Vallee.Marti Noxon interview begins at 13 minutes and 38 seconds in.Eliza Scanlen interview begins at 50 minutes in.Jean Marc Vallee interview begins at 1 hour, 26 and a half minutes in
27/08/18·1h 29m

Sharp Objects - "Falling" with Patricia Clarkson

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Falling" the seventh episode of the HBO original series Sharp Objects. Consequences from last week's party begin to reveal a dark secret at the heart of Camille's family. This week's interview is actor Patricia Clarkson who talks about dancing and bringing Adora to life without having read the book.Interview begins at 52 and a half minutes in.Spoilers begin at 1 hour, 13 minutes in.This episode is brought to you by The Sinner.
20/08/18·1h 39m

Sharp Objects - "Cherry" with Eliza Scanlen

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Cherry" the sixth episode of the HBO original series Sharp Objects. The mystery deepens. John Keene gets taunted. Jackie is questioned. Camille and Amma spend some quality time together. This week's interview is actor Eliza Scanlen who discusses roller skating and making "nice girl Amma" different from rebellious Amma.Interview begins at 1 hour, 15 minutes.Spoilers begin at 1 hour, 40 minutes.
13/08/18·1h 46m

Sharp Objects - "Closer" with Chris Messina

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Closer" the fifth episode of the HBO original series Sharp Objects. It's time to celebrate Calhoun Day in Wind Gap. Adora forces a shop to open on the holiday. Amma rolls into her performance. Camille and Richard have an encounter. This week's interview is actor Chris Messina who discusses the surprising end scene for Detective Dick, and building up the character of Richard beyond his portrayal in the novel.Interview begins at 1 hour, 3 minutes.Spoilers begin at 1 hour, 37 minutes.
06/08/18·1h 45m

SPONSORED: The Sinner Season 2, Part I

Emma Stefansky and Matt Singer discuss the first episode of the new season of the limited series The Sinner in this special limited podcast series, sponsored by USA Network. 
02/08/18·23m 22s

Sharp Objects - "Ripe" with Elizabeth Perkins

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Ripe" the fourth episode of the HBO original series Sharp Objects. Adora's hand is injured, Jackie appears at a boozy lunch, Alan gets Vickery a drink. A tough conversation between Camille and the detective opens up another painful chapter in her life. This week's interview is actor Elizabeth Perkins who delves into how the show's point of view changes how scenes make the final edit, and hitting the pitch perfect balance between comedy and melancholy to portray Jackie. Interview begins at 26 minutes in.Spoilers begin at 1 hour, 31 minutes in.
30/07/18·1h 37m

Sharp Objects - "Fix"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Fix," the third episode of the HBO original series Sharp Objects. We finally get to learn more about Sydney Sweeney's mysterious Alice who has been popping up in the first couple episodes. Camillie plays two sides against the middle while Adora gets in the way. Amma takes a field trip.
23/07/18·1h 2m

Sharp Objects - "Dirt" with Gillian Flynn

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Dirt," the second episode of the HBO original series Sharp Objects. A funeral in Wind Gap reveals that getting to the bottom of the mystery and Camille's family drama is like...pulling teeth. This week's interview is with author Gillian Flynn who is executive producing the series and reveals how the HBO adaptation is adding and accentuating from her original novel. 
16/07/18·1h 29m

Sharp Objects - "Vanish"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Vanish," the first episode of the HBO original series Sharp Objects. In the episode adapted for the screen by author Gillian Flynn, we meet Camille and are introduced to the mystery she'll need to solve in her old hometown of Wind Gap. Her mother's house is nuts. Alan has a stereo. Amma sometimes wears a ribbon.
09/07/18·1h 12m

Introducing Still Watching: Sharp Objects

Vanity Fair critic Richard Lawson and senior writer Joanna Robinson preview the new subject of Still Watching - HBO's adaptation of a Gillian Flynn novel, Sharp Objects. The series starts Sunday, July 8th.
02/07/18·12m 24s

Westworld - S2, Episode 10: "The Passenger" with Shannon Woodward and Fred Toye

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson reach the end of Ford's long season two game deep in the Forge for the tenth episode of Westworld season two, "The Passenger." Stories converge where The Forge meets The Valley Beyond. Dolores whereabouts are revealed. Bernard's timeline is settled. Old William faces some dire consequences. This week's interviews are Shannon Woodward, who talks about playing Elsie this season, and Executive Producer and director of this episode Fred Toye who tries to answer some of the many questions.
25/06/18·1h 58m

Westworld - Season 2 Finale Teaser Breakdown

Joanna Robinson is joined by Insider Senior Culture Writer Kim Renfro to dig absolutely all the clues out of the HBO preview for next Sunday's season two finale "The Passenger." From aspect ratio watching to the differences between The Forge and The Cradle, they've got everyone covered.  
19/06/18·55m 50s

Westworld - S2, Episode 9: "Vanishing Point" with Angela Sarafyan and Katja Herbers

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson diver deeper into the tragedy of the Man in Black for "Vanishing Point," the ninth episode of the second season of Westworld. Emily and William reach an impasse. Elise and Bernard escape the Mesa. Clementine is weaponized. This week's episode has two interviews - Angela Sarafyan who plays Clementine and Katja Herbers who plays Emily Delos in season two.
18/06/18·1h 36m

Westworld - S2, Episode 8: "Kiksuya" with Zahn McClarnon

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson jump back in time for "Kiksuya," the eighth episode of the second season of Westworld. We meet Akecheta of the Ghost Nation. Maeve's abilities are discovered. This week's interview is Zahn McClarnon, who plays Akecheta and talks about doing an episode in Lakota, plus the particulars of playing a host.
11/06/18·1h 25m

Westworld - S2, Episode 7: "Les Écorchés" with Jeffrey Wright

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson massacre the Mesa for "Les Écorchés," the seventh episode of the second season of Westworld. Dolores and Teddy kill on the way to Abernathy. Bernard exits the Cradle. Maeve encounters the Man in Black. This week's interview is Jeffrey Wright, who talks about acting different time periods and versions of Bernard's character.
04/06/18·1h 12m

Westworld - S2, Episode 6: "Phase Space"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson have their skulls wrenched open to interface with the Cradle for "Phase Space," the sixth episode of the second season of Westworld. Maeve struggles to break loops, Hale calls for backup. Dolores and Teddy take a train ride.
28/05/18·1h 2m

Westworld - S2, Episode 5: "Akane No Mai"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson enter a third park in "Akane No Mai," the fifth episode of the second season of Westworld. Maeve discovers dopplebots, the Shogun isn't well. This week's interview is Simon Quatermain who speaks to delivering a lot of exposition and the complexities of Shogun World.
21/05/18·1h 5m

Westworld - S2, Episode 4: "Riddle of the Sphinx"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discover more about Delos in "Riddle of the Spinx," the fourth episode of the second season of Westworld. William and Bernard come across old acquaintances, The Man In Black returns to Las Mudas. This week's interview is Jonathan Tucker who discusses how portraying Major Craddock has him thinking like a bird. 
14/05/18·1h 18m

Westworld - S2, Episode 3: "Virtù e Fortuna"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson witness a showdown in "Virtù e Fortuna," the third episode of the second season of Westworld.  Park border crossings, Confederados at the Fort, and Abernathy returns. 
07/05/18·41m 18s

Westworld - S2, Episode 2: "Reunion"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson find most of the hidden clues in "Reunion," the second episode of the second season of Westworld.  Lawrence returns, Dolores recruits, and William's journey from white hat to black comes into focus.
30/04/18·54m 41s

Westworld - S2, Episode 1: "Journey Into Night"

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson probe the little black boxes in their minds to dig up all the hidden clues in the second season premiere of Westworld, titled "Journey into Night." Bernard ends up on a beach, Maeve gets an unlikely ally, and the park descends into chaos.
23/04/18·54m 0s

Introducing Still Watching: Westworld

Vanity Fair critic Richard Lawson and senior writer Joanna Robinson preview the new subject of Still Watching - Season 2 of HBO's Westworld!  Take a weekly deep dive into the newest episode and fall down the rabbit hole (or into the maze) of theorizing and speculating just what exactly is going on in the park.
16/04/18·32m 13s

American Crime Story: "Alone" with Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Alone," the final episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story and how the show chose to portray the final days of Andrew Cunanan. More from star Darren Criss and Executive Producers Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson are the featured interview.
22/03/18·1h 34m

American Crime Story: "Creator/Destroyer" with Matt Bomer

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Creator/Destroyer," the penultimate episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, including additional bonus segments with lead actor Darren Criss.  This week's featured interview is director and frequent Ryan Murphy collaborator Matt Bomer who discusses stepping behind the camera for his directorial debut. 
15/03/18·1h 30m

American Crime Story: "Ascent" with Darren Criss

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Ascent," the seventh episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, delving even deeper into the past to show the problems surrounding the rise of Andrew Cunanan and the world of Versace.  This week's featured interview is series star Darren Criss, who discusses bringing the spree killer to life, some little known facts, and some deleted scenes.
08/03/18·1h 28m

American Crime Story: "Descent" with Gwyneth Horder-Payton

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Descent," the sixth episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, tracking Andrew Cunanan deeper back in time. This week's featured interview is director of this week's and next week's episodes of American Crime Story, frequent Ryan Murphy collaborator Gwyneth Horder-Payton. 
01/03/18·1h 6m

American Crime Story: "Don't Ask Don't Tell" with Finn Wittrock

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss "Don't Ask Don't Tell," the fifth episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, and find time to mention representation at the Winter Olympics. This week's featured interview is stage actor and frequent Ryan Murphy collaborator Finn Wittrock who talks about playing Jeff Trail and tracking his performance over multiple episodes.
15/02/18·1h 15m

American Crime Story: "House by the Lake" with Tom Rob Smith and Cody Fern

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss the fourth episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, which focuses on a very personal murder. This week's featured interviews are episode writer Tom Rob Smith and Australian stage and screen actor Cody Fern who portrays David Madson on the series.
08/02/18·1h 17m

American Crime Story: "A Random Killing" with Judith Light

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss the third of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, which focuses on the murder of Lee Miglin and is the first episode to not feature Versace. This week's featured interview is two time Tony winning actress Judith Light who discusses playing Marilyn Miglin for a single episode.
01/02/18·1h 2m

American Crime Story: "Manhunt" with Max Greenfield

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss the second of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, directed by Nelson Cragg. This week's featured interview is Emmy nominated actor Max Greenfield who discusses portraying Ronnie in the series and his research into the HIV positive community.
25/01/18·57m 27s

American Crime Story: "The Man Who Would Be Vogue" with Ricky Martin

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson discuss the first episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, directed by creator Ryan Murphy, and recent reactions to the show from the Versace family. This week's featured interview is singer, actor, and author Ricky Martin who discusses appearing as Antonio D’Amico on the show and the impact the true story had on his life. 
18/01/18·58m 29s

American Crime Story: Vulgar Favors, the Book Behind the Show with Maureen Orth

Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson are joined by Katey Rich, deputy editor of VanityFair.com to discuss how the book Vulgar Favors: Andrew Cunanan, Gianni Versace, and the Largest Failed Manhunt in U.S. History inspired the upcoming season of American Crime Story and further informs those curious about Cunanan. This week's featured interview is Maureen Orth, author of Vulgar Favors, who discusses how her Vanity Fair story on Versace’s killer prepared her to write the definitive book in his four-state killing spree culminating in the death of famed designer Versace. 
11/01/18·53m 19s

American Crime Story: Introducing Still Watching: Versace

Before 2017 is out, Vanity Fair critic Richard Lawson and senior writer Joanna Robinson preview their new podcast. Still Watching: Versace will be a weekly deep dive into The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, the newest crime drama from Ryan Murphy and FX.
21/12/17·20m 27s
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