UTA And Cadence13 Launch Ramble Podcast Network For Digital Stars
UTA is teaming with podcast and media company Cadence13 to launch Ramble, a podcast network that will feature digital stars including Rhett and Link, Hannah Hart and Flula Borg. The new network will feature a team of producers that will work alongside talent to create audio-focused content, with the plan to extend their brands beyond podcasting to social media, events and merchandise.
The Hollywood agency already has a dedicated podcast division repping networks including… Read
Gallup Poll: 62% Of Americans Believe News Is Biased & 44% Say It’s Inaccurate
Two new Gallup polls have found that wide swaths of the American population believe that the media is biased, inaccurate and full of misinformation – just as President Donald Trump says. One poll found that 62% of U.S. adults believe that the news they see in newspapers, on television or hear on the radio is biased and that 44% say it’s inaccurate.
An accompanying poll found that 39% of Americans believe that the news they see on television, read in newspapers or hear on… Read
New Hollywood Podcast: ‘She’s Gotta Have It’ Star DeWanda Wise Talks “Ebbs And Flows” Of Her Career As A Black Actress
Before DeWanda Wise took the lead role of Nola Darling in Spike Lee’s Netflix revival of his 1986 film She’s Gotta Have It, she had a storied career which ranged from cutting her teeth on the theater scene in New York to auditioning for roles in Avatar and Children of Men.
Wise stopped by the New Hollywood Podcast before heading back to Brooklyn to film the second season of She’s Gotta Have It to talk about her career of “ebbs and flows” of her acting career and what she… Read
The Week In Deadline Videos & Podcasts: Jason Bateman, Jonathan Tucker, And The ‘Queen Sugar’ Cast
From Arrested Development and Ozark star Jason Bateman to the cast and showrunner of Queen Sugar to our Contenders Emmys video series, there are tons of Deadline videos and podcasts to catch up on from the past two weeks.
In addition to chatting with This Is Us star Mandy Moore, Pete Hammond talked to Jason Bateman about his duo of Netflix shows Arrested Development and Ozark on The Actor’s Side video series.
On the Next Generation TV video series, Dominic Patten chatted… Read
New Hollywood Podcast: ‘Queen Sugar’ Showrunner & Cast On What To Expect In Season 3 – ATX
This week, Amanda N’Duka and I are excited to bring you a special live episode from the ATX Television Festival featuring Queen Sugar cast Dawn Lyen-Gardner, Rutina Wesley and Kofi Siriboe as well as season three showrunner Kat Candler.
After an advanced screening of an episode of the OWN drama series from Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfrey, the panel talked to us and the audience at the Alamo Drafthouse about what to expect from this season which continues DuVernay’s… Read
TV Talk Podcast: ‘Looming Tower,’ ‘Patrick Melrose’ & ‘Unsolved’ Loom Large In Emmy Limited Series Race
In recent years, the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Limited Series has become quite the jewel in the crown of the TV Academy contest and for 2018, there is sure a lot that glitters, as we discuss in the Deadline Podcast: TV Talk this week.
With strong performances by leads and past Emmy winners Jeff Daniels and Benedict Cumberbatch, Hulu's The Looming Tower and Showtime's Patrick Melrose right now seem to have a head start on others in the race. However, as we also… Read
‘S-Town’ Podcast In Participant Movie Deal With ‘Spotlight’s Tom McCarthy
EXCLUSIVE: Participant Media has acquired feature rights to S-Town, the This American Life podcast. Spotlight‘s Tom McCarthy is in negotiations to direct the film and playwright Samuel Hunter is in talks to write the script. This American Life will also produce.
S-Town began as a podcast from Serial and This American Life. Hosted by Brian Reed, the podcast told the story of a man named John who despises his Alabama town and decides to do something about it. He asks Brian… Read
New Hollywood Podcast: Sonequa Martin-Green Talks ‘Star Trek: Discovery’, Importance Of Representation In Sci-Fi
Actress Sonequa Martin-Green is associated with two huge franchises with enormous followings: The Walking Dead and Star Trek: Discovery. Her character Sasha met her maker in The Walking Dead, but she still lives on in our hearts. As for her role as Michael Burnham in Star Trek: Discovery, she has broken ground as the first Black female lead in a Star Trek franchise that probably has one of the most inclusive casts in the history of the iconic sci-fi property.
‘Mobshot’ Podcast Eyed For TV With Veteran L.A. Radio Host Producing
Mobshot: My Life in the Mafia is eyeing a move to the small screen with a popular Los Angeles radio morning host exec producing.
The podcast and audiobook (the latter published last year by Radio Genius) centers on the life of Vince Ciacci, a longtime member of New York’s Little Italy gang who went from tormented child to feared criminal and eventually to redemption. Gary Bryan, who has hosted KRTH-FM’s morning-drive show for more than 15 years, serves as executive… Read
‘GLOW’s Marc Maron On Playing Sam Sylvia in #MeToo Era, Bringing ‘WTF’ Podcast To New Garage
Returning for Season 2 of Netflix’s ’80s wrestling comedy GLOW, Marc Maron slipped back into B-movie director Sam Sylvia with a level of ease, finding the biggest challenge and the most excitement in bringing the character to new levels of emotional depth.
In GLOW's second season, Sylvia's depth demonstrates itself when he is bombarded by challenges from all sides. Attempting to develop a relationship with his teenager daughter Justine (Britt Baron)—who he only meets for… Read
TV Talk Podcast: ‘Game Of Thrones,’ ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ + ‘The Americans’ Look Strong For Emmy Best Drama
With an Alice Cooper cameo of sorts, some lawyering up and a moment of cable confusion, the Deadline Podcast: TV Talk this week is all about the Emmys’ big kahuna of Best Drama Series.
Looking at a potential seven nominations in the category, we put last year's winner The Handmaid's Tale, past two-time winner Game of Thrones, and the now ended The Americans among the lead contenders for the 2018 prize. Part of that is accepting the evidence that TV Academy voters like… Read
New Hollywood Podcast: Codie & Tommy Oliver Talk ‘Black Love’, The Ups And Downs Of Relationships
When Black Love creators Codie Elaine Oliver and Tommy Oliver first started the docuseries, it was a documentary. They had way too much material for a feature doc so they created a series which is now the most watched unscripted series on OWN.
From A-list couples like Sterling K. Brown and wife Ryan Michelle Bathe to everyday people that could be your next door neighbor, the series highlights the different kinds of positive love stories in the Black community — something… Read