Welcome to Episode 134 of TV’s Prime 5, Sarkarijob‘s TV podcast.
Each week, hosts Lesley Goldberg (West Coast TV editor) and Daniel Fienberg (chief TV critic) break down the most recent TV information with context from the enterprise and demanding sides, welcome showrunners, govt and different friends, and supply a important information of what to look at (or skip, because the case could also be).
This week’s 5 subjects are:
1. Jeopardy, once more.
Mike Richards has stepped down as host. What’s subsequent?
2.Emmys class fraud?
Showtime’s Your Honor was submitted (and in the end snubbed) for Emmys consideration within the restricted sequence class. Did the cabler commit class fraud? Plus is there an answer for the right way to keep away from conundrums like this?
3. September TV preview.
The tip of summer season is across the nook, which suggests it’s nearly time for the beginning of the autumn TV season. This phase appears to be like at how the calendar compares to final yr’s schedule and appears at a variety of high-profile new and returning exhibits set to bow within the month forward.
4. Showrunner Highlight.
Becoming a member of the present this week is Sarah Burgess, the showrunner behind Impeachment: American Crime Story. The playwright opens up about how she approached the Monica Lewinsky-themed season of the Ryan Murphy FX anthology, the years of analysis she put into the sequence and the worth that got here with the present’s delayed launch after it was deliberate to air earlier than the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
5. Critic’s Nook.
As standard, each episode ends with Dan’s information to what to look at (or skip) within the week forward. This week, he presents evaluations of Hulu’s Solely Murders within the Constructing, Netflix’s Bob Ross documentary, Clickbait and HBO Max’s The Different Two.
Hear all of it now on TV’s Prime 5. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast to by no means miss an episode. (Opinions welcome!) You can too e-mail us with any subjects or Mailbag questions you’d prefer to be addressed in future episodes at TVsTop5@THR.com.
Programming be aware: TV’s Prime 5 will likely be darkish Sept. 3 forward of the Labor Day vacation. Our subsequent episode will likely be Sept. 10, after we’ll be joined by Y: The Final Man creator Brian Ok. Vaughan and showrunner Eliza Clark.