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Clarence firmly believes there is no such thing as too much TV or film in one's life. He welcomes comments, criticisms, and condemnations on Twitter or on the web site. Just don't expect him to like you for it.

The Water Cooler Gang updates the Awards Daily TV Emmy Tracker now that Oscar season is behind and we’re looking toward the future at the 2021 Emmys. We close our ...

The Water Cooler Gang reviews the 93rd Annual Academy Awards ceremony and looks at the outcome of the ceremony. We close our podcast, as always, with the Flash Forward to ...
mare

The Water Cooler Gang reviews HBO's latest limited series Mare of Easttown, starring Kate Winslet as a police detective trying to hold her life together.

Director Craig Zobel loves thrillers, detective stories, and murder mysteries. By the end of episode five, you’ll encounter a scene so eerily reminiscent of the great 1991 Oscar-winner The Silence ...
mare

Creator/writer Brad Ingelsby talks with Awards Daily about drawing on personal experiences for HBO's newest limited series Mare of Easttown.
Them

We look at Amazon's 'Them,' a new horror anthology series that examines the horror stemming from 1950s racism. But when does horror go too far?

Awards Daily’s Mark Johnson sits down with Oscar-nominated director Pippa Ehrlich from My Octopus Teacher. It is hard to imagine accomplishing more with a feature film debut than Pippa Ehrlich ...
Made For Love

This week, we're plugging into HBO Max's newest dark comedy Made For Love, starring Cristin Milioti and Billy Magnussen.

It’s never easy to say goodbye to a show you love, but it feels particularly difficult to close the doors on NBC’s ensemble comedy, Superstore. The show ran for 6 ...
Aretha

This week, the Water Cooler Podcast welcomes the Queen of Soul, or a limited series version of her, in NatGeo's Genius: Aretha.

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