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Author: Entertainment Weekly & Ray Rahman, Amy Wilkinson

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Join Entertainment Weekly’s Ray Rahman and Amy Wilkinson every week for a fun, candid conversation about the week in TV and streaming. Follow along as they reveal episode previews and predictions, debate the latest in TV trends, and answer your burning questions on what to expect this season on your favorite shows.
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Pete Holmes calls in to chat about his new HBO show 'Crashing,' a semi-autobiographical series about a time when the comedian's marriage was ending and his comedy career was beginning. Ray and Amy also pore over the final season premiere of 'Girls,' discuss Ryan Murphy's upcoming projects, the new 'Bachelorette' news, and more.Credits: Hosts: Ray Rahman (@RayRahman) and Amy Wilkinson (@amymwilk) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us: whattowatch@ew.com For the latest in TV news, go to ew.com/tv
Ray and Amy are joined by EW's Shirley Li and Kevin P. Sullivan to breakdown the strangely relevant sixth season of 'Homeland', CBS' 'Training Day' series starring Bill Paxton, and the difficulty of turning good movies into good TV shows.Credits: Hosts: Ray Rahman (@RayRahman) and Amy Wilkinson (@amymwilk)Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio)Contact Us: whattowatch@ew.comFor the latest in TV news, go to ew.com/tv
Timothy Olyphant stops by to talk all about his new Netflix show "Santa Clarita Diet," from it's similarities to "ALF" to how costar Drew Barrymore can still look adorable even when her character is chomping down on a piece of human flesh. Plus, Amy and guest cohost Sam Highfill discuss the premiere of The CW's promising new show Riverdale.Credits: Hosts: Ray Rahman (@RayRahman) and Amy Wilkinson (@amymwilk) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us: whattowatch@ew.com For the latest in TV news, go to ew.com/tv
This year, "canceled" might as well mean "to be continued." EW's Sam Highfill joins the show to discuss the growing TV reboot trend and how it's making showrunners rethink series finales. Ray and Amy also discuss HBO's new wild series "The Young Pope," starring Jude Law and Diane Keaton. Plus, Ryan Murphy's next "American Crime Story" concept, more "This is Us," "Will & Grace" returning, and more. Credits: Hosts: Ray Rahman (@RayRahman) and Amy Wilkinson (@amymwilk) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us: whattowatch@ew.com For the latest in TV news, go to ew.com/tv
Ray and Amy are joined by "The OA" star/co-creator Brit Marling to talk all about her mysterious new Netflix series. Then EW’s Darren Franich hops on the phone to chat about FX’s "Taboo" and Tom Hardy’s grunt-filled career. Plus: "Feud," "Atlanta," "Good Girls Revolt," and more.Credits: Hosts: Ray Rahman (@RayRahman) and Amy Wilkinson (@amymwilk) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us: whattowatch@ew.com For the latest in TV news, go to ew.com/tv
Ray and Amy are joined by EW’s Kevin P. Sullivan to breakdown the wild, dolphin/shark-filled premiere of "The Bachelor" as well as preview the 2017 Golden Globes Awards. Plus: Megyn Kelly’s move to NBC, "Girl Meets World" meets cancellation, and James Van Der Beek’s latest TV role.Credits: Hosts: Ray Rahman (@RayRahman) and Amy Wilkinson (@amymwilk) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us: whattowatch@ew.com For the latest in TV news, go to ew.com/tv
Ray and Amy take a close (and hysterical) look at the 30 women vying for Nick Viall's heart on the upcoming season of "The Bachelor." Then, Ethan Suplee joins the conversation to talk all about Hulu's suspense thriller "Chance," and why it's the show to stream this winter.Credits: Hosts: Ray Rahman (@RayRahman) and Amy Wilkinson (@amymwilk) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us: whattowatch@ew.com For the latest in TV news, go to ew.com/tv
It’s finally list-making season! Ray and Amy are joined by EW TV Critic Jeff Jensen to discuss the best and worst shows of 2016. Which of the two O.J. Simpson series was better? Did Martin Scorsese’s experiment in TV pay off? And what was the worst thing to air this year? Plus, the latest in TV and streaming news from the week.Credits: Hosts: Ray Rahman (@RayRahman) and Amy Wilkinson (@amymwilk) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us: whattowatch@ew.com For the latest in TV news, go to ew.com/tv
"Gilmore Girls" star Scott Patterson talks all about his return to Stars Hollow and what it was like to play Luke again during a chat with EW's C. Molly Smith. Plus, Ray and Amy are joined by EW senior writer Darren Franich to discuss TBS' new dark comedy-mystery show "Search Party."SPOILER ALERT: "Search Party" finale (17:40-24:00) , "Gilmore Girls": A Year in the Life" (25:30-45:55)Credits: Hosts: Ray Rahman (@RayRahman) and Amy Wilkinson (@amymwilk) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us: whattowatch@ew.com For the latest in TV news, go to ew.com/tv
We asked, and you answered! After posing the question of which EW PopFest panel listeners most wanted to hear, the astounding response was clear. So this week, we present a very candid and very fun conversation with "Supernatural" stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki. Recorded live at EW PopFest in Los Angeles, the Winchester brothers talk about everything from which episode they'd want to remake to who might return to their long-running CW series.Credits: Hosts: Ray Rahman (@RayRahman) and Amy Wilkinson (@amymwilk) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: Mitch Bluestein of At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us: whattowatch@ew.com For the latest in TV news, go to ew.com/tv
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