Water Cooler Podcast

Adam Devine

Actor Adam Devine joins the Water Cooler Podcast to talk about his supporting performance in HBO's The Righteous Gemstones.
ben platt

Ben Platt, star of Netflix's The Politician, joins the Water Cooler to discuss his acclaimed performance in Ryan Murphy's comedy series. He also dishes on his expectations of the Dear Evan Hansen film.

I’ve never done an interview quite like this one before. My conversation with Lynn Shelton was a great one. Originally scheduled for 20 minutes, we talked nearly double that. Her vibrant voice was full of life and enthusiasm about the ...

Over the last decade, Sarah Paulson has emerged as one of the most formidable actresses working on television. During that period, she amassed seven Emmy nominations. She won the award for her tremendous performance as Marcia Clark in Ryan Murphy’s ...

We’re Here is a new HBO television series that follows the Drag Queens Eureka O’Hara, Shangela and Bob the Drag Queen as they travel from town to town helping bring the drag experience to local people within the town, along ...

Most biopics only have one legend at its center. Selena, Coal Miner’s Daughter, Ray, and Judy all focus on one particular artist coming into prominence before overcoming personal obstacles and solidifying his or her own place in history. With Lifetime’s ...
Limited

Joey and Clarence break down the recently announced 2020 Emmy rule changes. Plus, they look at the major Limited Series contenders and analyze which series remain strong headed into next week's vote.

The composer wanted to focus on Brown's point of view for Netflix's 'Murder to Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story'

Last year, Aunjanue Ellis received a surprising and well deserved Emmy nomination for Netflix’s When They See Us. The nomination served as a recognition of her decades-long acclaimed work in film and television, and it capped a culturally important and life-changing ...

The celebrated music supervisor also sought off-the-beaten-path tracks for FX’s ‘Mrs. America.’ When episode five of Hulu’s Little Fires Everywhere hit the air, fans took to social media to rave about the episode’s instrumental version of Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know.” ...

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