Doug Liman is the creator of YouTube Premium’s new superpower thriller Impulse and directs the first episode. Maddie Hasson plays a teenage girl in distress who learns that she has the power — if not exactly the control — to teleport herself.
Bianca del Rio is a drag queen, stand-up comic and author of a new book — Blame It On Bianca del Rio — from Dey Street Books and HarperAudio. Del Rio is a snarky, insulting bitch, but alter ego Roy Haylock couldn’t be nicer in this conversation.
Filup Molina of New Rockstars talks about the Blu-ray and VOD release of Black Panther, which includes digital extras like “Marvel Studios: The First 10 Years” and several deleted scenes that hints at what may be next for the Black Panther.
Arlen Marmel is GM of the VRV — pronounced like “nerve” — streaming service. The $10-a-month VRV Select bundle includes access to niche services like Crunchyroll, CuriosityStream, Rooster Teeth and Shudder.
Andrew McCollum is CEO of — pronounced like “buy low” — a $16-a-month streaming service that includes live and on-demand TV content from 40 cable channels, including AMC, A&E, Discovery, HGTV and Comedy Central.
In the limited-series podcast Launch, screenwriter John August documents the business and creative story behind his new middle-grade novel Arlo Finch in the Valley of Fire. It’s a peak into the book, film and podcast worlds.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Matthew Heineman is the creator of the new Showtime documentary series ‘The Trade.’ He follows the parallel stories of the Mexican heroin cartels, the U.S. street trade, and the addicts affected by it.
Netflix's original film A Futile and Stupid Gesture premieres today with one of the best comedic casts since Animal House and Caddyshack. (Also, it’s about the making of Animal House and Caddyshack.) Actor Matt Walsh and producer Jonathan Stern talk about the Doug Kenney biopic.