Dear White People creator Justin Simien, GLOW actor Marc Maron, and Edi Gathegi & Otmara Marrero from Sony Crackle’s tech thriller StartUp were on this week’s slate of podcasts and videos at Deadline.
As Marc Maron tells Pete Hammon in the latest edition of The Actor’s Side, the GLOW actor talks about how he got the part by sending in an audition tape without even meeting the producers in person. It simply clicked, and now the show will enter a second season in June. There’s Emmy buzz as well. Watch the video below.
Edi Gathegi and Otmara Marrero joined Dominic Patten on the latest installment of Next Generation TV. The duo came ready and on point to discuss where StartUp has been, where it’s going and what the series means coming out of its sophomore season.
Phil Rosenthal is known as one of TV’s most successful writer-producers, especially after the nine-season run of Everybody Loves Raymond, the smash-hit CBS sitcom he created for Ray Romano. He stopped by Pete Hammond’s Behind the Lens video series to talk about his Netflix travel/food series Somebody Feed Phil.
The Production Value video series welcomes Award-winning composer Dan Romer, the mind behind the acclaimed film Beasts of No Nation as well as David Shore’s ABC drama The Good Doctor and Drake Doremus’ futuristic romantic drama Zoe.
Justin Simien stopped by Deadline’s New Hollywood Podcast to talk about his film-turned-Netflix series Dear White People, race and identity throughout the decades and the free-thinking ways of Kanye West.
We offer up some Robert Young and Mandy Patinkin, but today on Deadline’s TV Talk podcast we’re placing bets for who could be in the running for Best Actor in a Drama Series at this year’s Emmys. With a bit of Netflix and chat, we also feature interviews with The Crown’s Claire Foy and the cast and creators of One Day at a Time.