An interview with The Fix’s showrunners, Liz Craft and Sarah Fain, from the reality shows they watch and love to what it’s like being a writing team in Hollywood.
The Good Place: The Podcast is a riveting nonfiction look at one of the best fictional pieces of popular culture from the past few years. But watch season one first.
I was interviewed by Challenge alum Susie Meister for her podcast, and by Bachelor/ette spoiler Reality Steve for his podcast. Enjoy!
ABC’s Alex Inc., starring Zach Braff, is an adaptation of Gimlet Media’s first podcast, and I asked its producer about how much of the real-life podcast will make it to TV.
If you need some happiness this weekend, you will find it in the premiere of Netflix’s version of Queer Eye and a new podcast parody from The Onion.
The Gimlet Media podcast The Pitch, an audio version of Shark Tank, started its second season with three terrific, must-listen episodes.
Reviews of MTV2’s Shinesty, which follows employees at a clothing company, and Startup season 4, which follows Dov Charney, founder of American Apparel.
Reviews of Gimlet Media’s The Pitch and Fullscreen’s Worth a Shot, both of which give people the chance to pitch ideas, though in very different contexts.
Reviews of the Netflix documentary series The Keepers and the Serial podcast S-Town, both of which are extraordinary works of narrative nonfiction.
The new podcast from Serial Productions, S-Town or Shittown, is leading the iTunes charts because it tells an incredibly engaging story.
A review of the controversial, questionable podcast Missing Richard Simmons, on which Dan Taberski explores Simmons’ disappearance from public life.
This month, more than 35 podcast producers are sharing recommendations for podcasts as part of the “trypod” (try podcasts) campaign, while podcast listeners are using that hashtag to recommend their favorite audio shows.
It’s an excellent opportunity for me to introduce an expansion of my coverage into the world of unscripted entertainment. I’ve been thinking about covering podcasts for a while. Okay, you might be thinking, Isn’t there enough reality TV to be covering? Aren’t there shows you could cover instead of podcasts?