There's obviously so much TV out there to watch so our intrepid TV minds (seriously, we watch a LOT of TV) are here to help sort through the clutter. With each biweekly episode of The TV Insider Podcast, we'll have interviews with celebrities and producers who make your favorite TV, regular segments from TV Guide Magazine's Senior Critic Matt Roush and Senior Writer Damian Holbrook and roundtables babbling about all things TV. The TV Insider Podcast is your one-stop podcast for all things TV.
Damian Holbrook and Jim Halterman talk about the TV Guide Magazine Fan Favorite panel, Stephen Amell's ARROW goodbye as well as our busy press room where THE WALKING DEAD, GAME OF THRONES, STAR TREK: PICARD and THE WITCHER's Henry Cavill and more stopped by!
The stellar miniseries, YEARS AND YEARS, is terrific TV and star Russell Tovey (LOOKING, QUANTICO) talks why this is one of his favorite roles to date. Also, senior critic Matt Roush previews Stranger Things' Season 3 and PBS's Grantchester.
We ventured to Austin, Texas for Season 8 of the Austin Television Festival (ATX) where a weekend of panels, appearances and shared love of TV took over the city. We sat down with iconic star Phylicia Rashad (DAVID MAKES MAN), Melissa Fumero (BROOKLYN 99) and Yara Shahidi (GROWN-ISH) to talk their respective shows, careers and being a part of the festival.
Starz's half-hour dramedy VIDA is back for season 2 (and just renewed for a third season) so we sit down with creator Tanya Saracho and actor Raul Castillo. Also, Senior Critic Matt Roush gives his take on BIG LITTLE LIES, POSE and JESSICA JONES' final season.
Our Game of Thrones watch has ended. The TV Insider team returns to dissect the final episode of what was arguably the biggest TV event of the last decade. Join us as we talk about the final episode, from our favorite moments to the moments we wished just never happened. Plus, Damian Holbrook wraps it all up with a GoT-themed Cheers & Jeers.
In this episode, Matt Roush gives us his latest What's Worth Watching recommendations followed by Damian Holbrook's chat with actor/director James Roday and Jim Halterman's chat with the women of Freeform's SHADOWHUNTERS.
Whether he's making us laugh on NBC's BROOKLYN 99, being the host with the most on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT: CHAMPIONS or sharing his #MeToo story, Terry Crews is one of a kind. In this podcast, he covers his TV gigs and his part in the recent Gillette's "The Best Men Can Be" ad.
Senior Writer Damian Holbrook sits down with DEADLY CLASS cast members Benjamin Wadsworth and Maria Gabriela de Faria to talk the new SyFy series and its BREAKFAST CLUB episode. Damian also brings us some surprising choices in his latest CHEERS AND JEERS segment.
We talk with GOOD TROUBLE producers Peter Paige and Bradley Bredeweg about the spin-off to THE FOSTERS, which is airing now on Freeform. And our Damian Holbrook offers up his first CHEERS & JEERS of the new year.
We talk all things Outlander with star Richard Rankin, who's Roger Wakefield has now traveled back in time in search of Brianna, Jamie and Claire. Also, TV Guide Magazine's Matt Roush and Damian Holbrook each give their take on the Best and Worst of 2018.
TV Guide Magazine's Damian Holbrook sits down with Gretchen Mol to talk the new SyFy series, NIGHTFLYERS, based on George R. R. Martin's novella and short stories. Season 1 available now on SyFy.com or watch on the SyFy channel.
The newest season of Amazon’s “Man in the High Castle” recently dropped and writer John Russell sat down with guest host, and fellow podcaster, Kelly Annekin to dissect the first episode. Also, Matt Roush gives his latest TV picks.
What freaks out the stars of the Travel Channel's GHOST ADVENTURES? Damian Holbrook finds out from stars Jay Wasley and Aaron Goodwin. Also, Damian and Emily Aslanian talk OUTLANDER, THE WALKING DEAD, RIVERDALE and GOTHAM during New York Comic Con.
Empire's fifth season is kicking off and star Jussie Smollett talks what's in store for the Lyons. Also, Matt Roush gives his take on the return of Murphy Brown, The Good Place, Poldark and some new entries that don't make the grade.
It's Emmy time and we're babbling with Henry Winkler about his fifth (and his first) acting Emmy nomination. Our roundtable also talks the biggest Emmy snubs in history as well as Damian Holbrook's Cheers and Jeers.
Executive Producer Sera Gamble takes Damian Holbrook deep into "You", the Lifetime thriller about a man who becomes more than a little obsessed with a young woman. Also, Damian is joined by TV Guide Magazine's Matt Roush and Jim Halterman give us their TCA Summer Press Tour round-up.
The second season of CNN's THE HISTORY OF COMEDY is airing now and exec producers Sean Hayes and Todd Millner babble about documenting funny people. Also, our team talks what TV reboots they want and those we say NO to!
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