Co-authors from Los Angeles Review of Books “Dear Television” section, Aaron Bady & Sarah Mesle join Michelle Chihara & Matt Seybold to discuss HBO’s “House of The Dragons” and much more in the season finale of “HBO: From Pulp To Prestige.”
Inspired by HBO shows “Insecure” and “Rap Sh!t,” as well as Yvonne Orji’s new stand-up special and recent Emmy wins for Quinta Brunson’s “Abbott Elementary” and Jerrod Carmichael’s “Rothaniel,” Matt Seybold discusses the often precarious role of Black comic creators with two scholars of race, gender, and comedy in the U.S.
Three scholars reflect back on the pivotal series in HBO’s history.
Apple Podcasts Spotify Resonate Recordings In the same month the merger creating Warner Bros Discovery was finalized, one of the new conglomerate’s subsidiaries, HBO, announced a forthcoming series, run by Nathan Fielder, titled The Rehearsal. The series actually began airing the following Summer, in the midst of tumult at the parent company, epitomized by the unexpected shelving of a big-budget film, Batgirl, and an awkward presentation by WB Discovery CEO, […]
Our sixth season – “HBO, From Pulp to Prestige” – kicks off with a discussion of conglomeration, collective intention, and corporate authorship through HBO’s original programming and especially “Succession,” the Emmy-winning tentpole drama produced by Jesse Armstrong and Adam McKay.
New episode of The American Vandal Podcast focuses on Raoul Peck’s HBO documentary series.
The recent HBO series, Lovecraft Country, is exemplary of what Sheri-Marie Harrison has dubbed New Black Gothic.