Welcome to the 226th 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 significant sides, welcome showrunners, executives and different friends and supply a essential information of what to look at (or skip, because the case could also be).
This week, we’re joined by Chris Keyser, the co-chair of the Writers Guild of America’s negotiating committee, to debate the 100-day marker of the strike and what comes subsequent. Plus Dan and I focus on the Emmys’ transfer to January and the odd state of affairs of TV’s awards season in addition to a busy week for Disney.
Right here’s how the episode performs out:
Because the strikes proceed to affect dealmaking, we’re answering listener questions every week. This phase explores why reveals made for streaming aren’t the reply to the printed networks’ fall season programming holes in addition to overrated Emmy winners. You probably have a query you’d like to listen to us focus on in future episodes, e-mail us at [email protected].
2. Strike Zone: Chris Keyser interview
For those who missed our edited and condensed interview with the co-chair of the WGA’s negotiating committee, tune in for the total 45-minute dialog concerning the state of the strike and what’s subsequent.
3. Disney earnings takeaways
Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed plans for the Mouse Home to crack down on password sharing, elevate subscription charges for Disney+ and Hulu’s ad-free tiers and tried to easy over his ideas on hanging writers and actors throughout a busy earnings name this week.
4. TCA winners
The Bear, Succession and … Mel Brooks (sure, actually!) spotlight the winners of the thirty ninth annual Tv Critics Affiliation Awards. (What, you thought we’d cowl the Teen Selection Awards?!)
5. Critic’s Nook
As common, we finish with Dan’s ideas on this week’s new and returning collection. On this episode, he weighs in on HBO’s Telemarketers and Netflix’s Painkiller.
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