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[MOVED] The Vulture TV Podcast

There’s little doubt that TV is driving the cultural conversation, but there could still stand to be more great conversation about TV. That’s where the Vulture TV Podcast comes in. In this weekly podcast, New York TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz, Vulture TV columnist Margaret Lyons, and Vulture TV editor Gazelle Emami will go deep on what matters most the world of television, what makes good TV, and how good TV gets made. Their conversation could, and will, encompass everything from the hot-button points of a given show—did you see what happened on Mad Men?—to a discussion of TV’s new diversity boom (Black-ish, Shondaland, Jane the Virgin). Our TV reporter Joe Adalian will also come on as a guest to talk about the business of TV. Other segments might include discussions with showrunners and writers, looks back at beloved and/or underappreciated TV shows, and segments where our experts respond to listener questions. It’ll be sharp, funny, and unique—in true Vulture fashion. Part of the Panoply Network.
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Now displaying: January, 2016
Jan 12, 2016

Analyzing the biggest surprises, triumphs, and disappointments of this year’s Golden Globes. How, if at all, could the Globes - and awards shows in general - do a better job for their viewers? Plus: how to tell if you’re watching a drama or a soap opera.

SPOILERS:

House of Cards: 34:10-34:40

Game of Thrones: 35:00-37:00

ER: 38:30-39:45

Downton Abbey: 41:00-41:12

Jan 5, 2016

Joined by TV historian Stephen Bowie, we discuss the evolution of the role of the director in scripted television. As Stephen tells us, TV directors have been innovators since the 50’s, but they’ve only recently begun to gain notoriety for their efforts. Plus: the moral issues raised by the narrative structure of Netflix’s “Making a Murderer.”

SPOILERS:

Making a Murderer 16:24 - 43:04

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