The Week In Deadline Video & Podcasts: Maggie Gyllenhaal, Darren Criss, Frankie Shaw


Fresh off of Deadline’s Emmy Contenders event, this week’s slate of video series and podcast featured a roster of guests that have delivered some impressive performances on television in the past year.

Maggie Gyllenhaal talked to Pete Hammond on The Actor’s Side about HBO’s The Deuce, the edgy series about the explosion of porn in the early 1970s in New York City. The Oscar-nominated actress plays a hooker named Candy who gets sucked into this world and becomes a porn actress and filmmaker. Watch the video below.

In the first installment of Deadline’s second season of Next Generation TV, Dominic Patten talks to Golden Globe-nominated SMILF creator, showrunner, and star Frankie Shaw about the second season of the Showtime comedy.

In the latest episode of the New Hollywood Podcast, Darren Criss talks to Dino-Ray Ramos and Amanda N’Duka about tackling the nuanced role of Andrew Cunanan in FX’s The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, being half-Filipino, his love for musical theater, and how his new bar has a clever drink special called “The Moesha.”

It’s Emmy season 2018 and that means we’re back with a brand new run of TV Talk with Patten and Hammond. The new episode jumps into the Emmy season race with a look at the legacy of Atlanta’s Donald Glover and who could be up for a Best Actor in a Comedy Series when the Primetime Emmy nominations are announced July 12.

On the latest episode of Crew Call, Anthony D’Alessandro talks to composer Marco Beltrami and how he made some intense noise in John Krasinski’s horror hit A Quiet Place.

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