'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Eugene Levy & Catherine O'Hara ('Schitt's Creek')
The king and queen of improv comedy reflect on 42 years of friendship and collaboration; why she owes her career to Gilda Radner; how he almost wound up with her in 'Home Alone,' and out of 'American Pie'; what it was like performing a song in-character on the Oscars; what's brought them to TV; and more.
Hillary vs. Trump: The "Striking" Differences in Their Reactions to Terrorist Bombings
Showtime's Emmy-hopeful docuseries 'The Circus' captures the presidential candidates at their most unguarded as the co-host and executive producer recounts how each candidate responded to the Belgium attacks.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Chuck Lorre ('The Big Bang Theory' & 'Mom')
The multi-camera master opens up about Charlie Sheen's meltdown ("a terrible time"), the cancellation of 'Mike and Molly' ("CBS was never terribly enthusiastic"), the future of 'Big Bang' ("a Leslie Moonves question"), his passion for 'Mom' (even though it's "much more difficult" to write than his other shows), his next show ("I'd love to try and work in another way") and more.
Tonys Host James Corden: Where Else Can You See 'Hamilton' For Free "In Your Living Room"?
The 2012 Tony winner tells THR, "We talk about, like, the Super Bowl, and, 'Oh, what's the halftime show gonna be?!' Like, there's 10 halftime shows in this two-hour awards show!"
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — James Corden ('The Late Late Show')
Late night's king of viral videos (see: "Carpool Karaoke"), who is poised to land his first Emmy nom for outstanding variety talk series, speaks with THR 15 months after replacing Craig Ferguson and one month before hosting the Tony Awards.
Louis C.K. Addresses "Debt," Says 'Horace and Pete' Has Not Been Canceled
The comedian and TV auteur faults the media for misreporting statements he made during an April 11 interview on Howard Stern's radio show and in an April 16 email to his fans.
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