The stars of Dear White PeopleQueer Eye, and GLOW make plans to cross over with each other's shows

With a estimated content budget of $8 billion in 2018, Netflix is aiming to house a dizzying number (700!) of original series on its streaming platform by the end of the year. But even with all that content, the only crossover they’ve managed to pull of is Marvel’s The Defenders. So, we asked the stars of four of…

Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgensen on what “down time” looks like 2,000 feet above the ground

The Dawn Wall, a new film from documentary filmmaker Josh Lowell, follows rock climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson as they attempt to become the first people to free climb “The Dawn Wall,” an extremely difficult section of El Capitan, the 3,000-foot rock in Yosemite National Park. At the premiere of the film,…

Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci and the team behind The Children Act on what makes this story special

Named for the landmark 1989 Parliamentary Act (but not based on a true events), The Children Act follows British High Court judge Fiona, played by Emma Thompson, who must rule on a case concerning the survival of a teenage boy. The boy (Dunkirk’s Fionn Whitehead), who is a Jehovah’s Witness, and just months short of…

Game Of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi loves playing the show’s score live

If you’re a Game Of Thrones fan and you’ve been looking for a Westeros fix, you’re in luck: the Game Of Thrones Live Concert Experience is back on tour, with composer Ramin Djawadi and a full orchestra bringing the show’s score to life. Ahead of the tour, we spoke with Djawadi about the experience of sharing the music…

Ramin Djawadi talks about creating the soundscapes for Game Of Thrones and Westworld

Game Of Thrones and Westworld are two of the most popular shows on television, and two of the most musically impressive. The main theme for Game Of Thrones is as iconic as any of the show’s numerous characters, and Westworld has made its mark with stylized orchestral covers of classic songs. The link between the two…

The stars of GLOW and Dear White People want you to "chill" to their Netflix shows

Summer is finally winding down, we’re on the cusp of hoodie-wearing season, which means people around the country will start to stay indoors to snuggle up with a partner and binge whatever Netflix show is dominating the zeitgeist. Or maybe they’ll use watching Netflix as a not-so-veiled innuendo for getting into other…

The creators of Animals would have loved to cast Lucille Ball and Marlon Brando on their show

With the third season of HBO’s animated series Animals underway, The A.V. Club jumped into a swan boat on Echo Park Lake with creators Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano to talk about the new slate of episodes. This season has already featured an impressive roster of voice talent, including Gina Rodriguez, Jameela Jamil,…

Regina Hall and Andrew Bujalski talk Support The Girls, and the fantasy of Hooters

Andrew Bujalski’s delightful new comedy, Support The Girls, goes behind the curtain of a fictional Hooters-esque “sports bar with curves,” the aptly named Double Whammies. The film follows general manager Lisa, played by Regina Hall, as her optimism toward her job is continually tested over the course of one trying…

Lady Bird, Pitbull, and other pop culture Guy Branum wishes he had growing up

Feeling like an outcast at a young age, comedian and author Guy Branum had to turn to pop culture to find a sense of belonging. Inspired by his new memoir, My Life As A Goddess, we asked Branum to name five things from contemporary culture he wishes his younger self would’ve been able to experience, including Lady Bird

The creators of HBO's Animals discuss how the beautiful Echo Park Lake influences their writing

With the third season of HBO’s animated series Animals underway, The A.V. Club jumped into a swan boat on Echo Park Lake with creators Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano to talk about the new slate of episodes. The lake, which lies on the edge of Los Angeles’ historic Echo Park neighborhood, is a favorite spot for…

A Coney dog for breakfast? It’s all part of Tim Robinson’s 24-hour guide to Detroit

Created by and starring Detroit natives Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson, Comedy Central’s Detroiters follows a pair of small-time ad men trying to make it in the Motor City. Ahead of the show’s second-season finale tonight, we had Robinson give us a 24-hour guide to visiting the city of Detroit, which wouldn’t be…