Welcome to the 235th 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 newest TV information with context from the enterprise and important sides, welcome showrunners, executives and different company, and supply a essential information of what to look at (or skip, because the case could also be).
This week’s episode options the newest updates on the SAG-AFTRA strike, a supersized Critic’s Nook in addition to a take a look at what’s subsequent for Jon Stewart after his, ahem, Downside with Apple.
Right here’s how the episode performs out:
Deadly Attraction, Rabbit Gap, The Bear creator, Zachary Quinto and The Boys spotlight the week’s prime tv headlines.
2. Strike Zone
THR labor and media reporter Katie Kilkenny joins the podcast this week to supply the newest insights on the state of the SAG-AFTRA strike. The work stoppage, now at greater than 100 days, facilities on streaming income because the performers union and the studios return to the desk after a failed however kind-hearted try by A-list stars to get everybody again to work.
3. Jon Stewart’s future
The previous Every day Present host and Apple parted methods on Stewart’s The Downside following inventive variations. Stewart opted to stroll away from the present slightly than cede management over matters to the iPhone maker and tech firm, which needed its host to keep away from hot-button matters like AI and China. So, what’s subsequent for Stewart? Sure, the Every day Present is hiring … however can he go residence once more?
4. SNL Season 49
The NBC selection and sketch present returned this month following its strike-shortened forty eighth season. The solid is again, with one new addition, and hosts have included Pete Davidson and Dangerous Bunny. This section presents Dan’s ideas on the state of the Lorne Michaels hit.
5. Critic’s Nook
As standard, we finish with Dan’s ideas on this week’s new and returning sequence. On this episode, he weighs in on Fellow Vacationers, The Gilded Age, All of the Mild We Can’t See, a possible breakout comedy for The CW (sure, that CW) and extra in a supersized section.
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