Awards Daily Tv's Water Cooler Podcast

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A weekly look at the TV landscape from Awards Daily TV

Episodios

  • Is ‘Lisey’s Story’ One Worth Telling?

    09/06/2021

    The Water Cooler Gang looks at Stephen King's adaptation of his own novel Lisey's Story, starring Julianne Moore and directed by Pablo Larrain. The post Is ‘Lisey’s Story’ One Worth Telling? appeared first on Awards Daily TV.

  • ‘Mare of Easttown’ Is Our New Emmy Frontrunner.

    31/05/2021

    Jalal Haddad joins the Water Cooler Gang to discuss the Mare of Easttown series (season?) finale. Plus, a quick check-in on the Friends Reunion. The post ‘Mare of Easttown’ Is Our New Emmy Frontrunner. appeared first on Awards Daily TV.

  • Is ‘Underground Railroad’ Our New Emmy Frontrunner?

    18/05/2021

    Barry Jenkins’s The Underground Railroad stormed onto the Emmy front this weekend. The Amazon Prime limited series boasts some of the best reviews of the year. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Colson Whitehead, the series features dreamlike visuals, stellar performances, and some of the most harrowing scenes you’ll see this year. A massive […] The post Is ‘Underground Railroad’ Our New Emmy Frontrunner? appeared first on Awards Daily TV.

  • Golden Globes, New Comedy Talk with JWalk

    11/05/2021

    We are joined by Jordan Walker – better known as TV Talk with JWalk – to discuss the recent news about the 2022 Golden Globes. We also dive into three new comedy series: Rutherford Falls and Girls5eva on Peacock and Chad on TBS. Also, apologies for the audio issues encountered during this podcast! We close […] The post Golden Globes, New Comedy Talk with JWalk appeared first on Awards Daily TV.

  • Updating the Emmy Tracker for the 2021 Emmy Season

    04/05/2021

    The Water Cooler Gang updates the Awards Daily TV Emmy Tracker now that Oscar season is behind and we’re looking toward the future at the 2021 Emmys. We close our podcast, as always, with the Flash Forward to the media we’re most anticipating in the upcoming week. Thanks for listening and thank you, in advance, […] The post Updating the Emmy Tracker for the 2021 Emmy Season appeared first on Awards Daily TV.

  • Closing Out the 2021 Oscar Season

    27/04/2021

    The Water Cooler Gang reviews the 93rd Annual Academy Awards ceremony and looks at the outcome of the ceremony. We close our podcast, as always, with the Flash Forward to the media we’re most anticipating in the upcoming week. Thanks for listening and thank you, in advance, for subscribing and rating us on Apple Podcasts!   […] The post Closing Out the 2021 Oscar Season appeared first on Awards Daily TV.

  • ‘Mare’ Thrills with a Winning Winslet Performance

    19/04/2021

    The Water Cooler Gang reviews HBO's latest limited series Mare of Easttown, starring Kate Winslet as a police detective trying to hold her life together. The post ‘Mare’ Thrills with a Winning Winslet Performance appeared first on Awards Daily TV.

  • ‘Mare’ Director Craig Zobel on Working with the Great Kate

    16/04/2021

    Director Craig Zobel loves thrillers, detective stories, and murder mysteries. By the end of episode five, you’ll encounter a scene so eerily reminiscent of the great 1991 Oscar-winner The Silence of the Lambs that you know you’re in great hands. Mare of Easttown emerges as that perfect marriage of director to material. Starring Kate Winslet and […] The post ‘Mare’ Director Craig Zobel on Working with the Great Kate appeared first on Awards Daily TV.

  • ‘Mare’ Creator/Writer Ingelsby Puts Characters Front and Center

    14/04/2021

    Creator/writer Brad Ingelsby talks with Awards Daily about drawing on personal experiences for HBO's newest limited series Mare of Easttown. The post ‘Mare’ Creator/Writer Ingelsby Puts Characters Front and Center appeared first on Awards Daily TV.

  • ‘Them:’ Does Amazon’s Anthology Series Go Too Far?

    13/04/2021

    We look at Amazon's 'Them,' a new horror anthology series that examines the horror stemming from 1950s racism. But when does horror go too far? The post ‘Them:’ Does Amazon’s Anthology Series Go Too Far? appeared first on Awards Daily TV.