Welcome to the 234th episode of TV’s High 5, The Hollywood Reporter’s TV podcast.
Each week, hosts Lesley Goldberg (West Coast TV editor) and Daniel Fienberg (chief TV critic) break down the most recent TV information with context from the enterprise and important sides, welcome showrunners, executives and different friends, and supply a crucial information of what to observe (or skip, because the case could also be).
This week, we return to format with Headlines and talk about the most recent within the SAG-AFTRA strike, how streamers are saving exhibits made for different platforms and rather more. Right here’s how the episode performs out:
Melissa McBride, The Crown and Welcome to Flatch lead the week’s business information headlines.
2. Strike Zone
This week, because the performers strike inches nearer to the 100-day marker, talks between SAG-AFTRA and the AMPTP broke down. This phase explores the central points at play and the way a chronic actors strike might be dangerous to broadcast networks and streamers.
3. Marvel’s TV reset
The comedian e-book powerhouse has shut down manufacturing on its Daredevil revival and parted methods with each of its head writers as the corporate now pivots to creating tv the standard approach — with pilots and precise showrunners.
4. Streamers saving exhibits from…different streamers
New pattern alert! Netflix this week stepped as much as rescue Star Trek: Prodigy after Paramount+ axed the animated youngsters present, whereas Roku revived The Spiderwick Chronicles after Disney+ dropped the present. Add in Netflix choosing up Peacock’s Girls5eva and what you’ve obtained is the partitions of the previously walled gardens out of the blue tumbling down.
5. Critic’s Nook
As regular, we finish with Dan’s ideas on this week’s new and returning collection. On this episode, he weighs in on Frasier, Fall of the Home of Usher and Classes in Chemistry, amongst others.
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