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Chris and Andy talk about Jim Gianopulos’s exit from Paramount and the struggles the studio has faced in getting Paramount+ off the ground (3:04). Then they briefly preview the Emmys (21:50) before talking about one of their favorite shows of the year so far, ‘Reservation Dogs’ (28:56). Plus, the joy of ‘Feel Good’ on Netflix (42:42).

Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Producer: Kaya McMullen
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Chris and Andy talk about the ‘Hawkeye’ trailer that was just dropped and what we can expect from the new Marvel series (4:45). Then they discuss the first couple of episodes of the comic book adaptation ‘Y: The Last Man’ (17:14) before Andy is joined by Lindsey Buckingham to discuss his new solo album and more (36:06).

Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Guest: Lindsey Buckingham
Producer: Kaya McMullen
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Michael K. Williams passed away on Monday. Chris and Andy reflect on his iconic roles in ‘The Wire’ and ‘The Night Of’ (1:00). Then they talk about the ‘Matrix Resurrections’ trailer (10:40) before getting into some of the problems they have with ‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ (25:44).

Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Producer: Kaya McMullen
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Chris and Andy talk about the trailers that just came out for Taylor Sheridan’s ‘Mayor of Kingstown’ and the new sci-fi show ‘The Wheel of Time’ (4:43). Then they talk about the first few episodes of ‘Only Murders in the Building’ (23:19) before Andy is joined by The Killers members Brandon Flowers and Ronnie Vannucci (32:30).

Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Guests: Brandon Flowers and Ronnie Vannucci
Producer: Kaya McMullen
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Netflix is bringing back the NBC drama ‘Manifest’ for its fourth and final season after it found new life on the streaming service. Chris and Andy talk about why Netflix is putting in time and money to bring back the show (9:22). Plus, Matt Damon’s new movie ‘Stillwater’ (23:20) and love for ‘100 Foot Wave’ (45:37).

Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Producer: Kaya McMullen
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Chris and Andy talk briefly about the new HBO documentary series ‘100 Foot Wave’ (1:18) before getting into the ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ trailer that was released this week (15:09). Then Andy is joined by Lauren Mayberry of Chvrches to talk about the process behind creating the band’s new album, ‘Screen Violence’ (33:05).

Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Guest: Lauren Mayberry
Producer: Kaya McMullen
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Chris and Andy talk about the news that ‘Succession’ will be back in October for its third season (14:02) before previewing some other fall tv they’re excited for like ‘The Morning Show’ and ‘Scenes From a Marriage’ (23:19). Then they talk about Netflix’s new series ‘The Chair’ which stars Sandra Oh as the chair of an English department (30:15).

Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Producer: Kaya McMullen
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It’s hard to not compare David E. Kelley’s ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ to Mike White’s ‘The White Lotus’ since since both follow wealthy people at ritzy resorts. Chris and Andy talk about how one show is much better than the other (1:00). Plus, Andy talks with the creator of ‘The Pursuit of Love,’ Emily Mortimer, about how she came to the story (32:18).

Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald
Guest: Emily Mortimer
Producer: Kaya McMullen
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Alan Ragus
Dec 11, 2019

Every week, The Ringer’s Andy Greenwald and Chris Ryan — longtime friends and pop culture addicts — break down the latest in TV, movies, and music.