I interviewed Greg Shapiro and Avori Henderson about their experiences on Netflix’s The Mole, from how they were cast to their strategy on quizzes. They revealed a lot about their thinking, and how the game worked.
Netflix’s revival of The Mole in the United States, hosted by Alex Wagner and filmed in Australia, is the fourth civilian season and sixth season overall.
The Mole executive producer Chris Culvenor and I talked about Netflix’s revival of The Mole, and he answered all of my questions about the choices producers made, from the age of the cast to ADR to a possible season two.
I talked to the winner of Netflix’s Mole, the mole, and the runner-up, and together they shared stories and insights about what we didn’t see, from journals to full missions to time with Alex Wagner.
Netflix’s The Mole has been revealed. Spoilers ahead in my recap of episodes nine and 10, which included the final tests, and finally answered: Who is the mole, and who is the winner?
Let’s discuss Netflix’s The Mole episodes six, seven, and eight! Spoilers ahead. Who is the mole?
Who was eliminated? And who is the real “shithole mole”?
A spoiler-filled recap and discussion of Netflix’s Mole’s first five episodes: their tests, twists, game play, and more. Who’s the mole, and who’s just bad at this?
My review of Netflix’s The Mole, which has thrilling tests, but no sense of identity, and underuses its terrific host, Alex Wagner, while under-developing its players. It’s watchable, yet also a missed opportunity. (No spoilers in this review!)