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Homicide: Life On The Set delves into the making of the multi-award-winning television show "Homicide: Life On The Street".

This podcast features exclusive new interviews with the cast and crew, looking at what made this innovative show an enduring classic.

Join us as we revisit the streets of Baltimore once again.
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Susan and Chris are joined by gaffer Josh Spring and key grip Joe Kurtz for a deep dive behind the scenes. They discuss how the show was lit and the many lighting and grip inventions necessary to keep up with the groundbreaking nature of the show's shooting. If you enjoy this podcast, please connect with us and share the episodes on social media. You can connect with us here:   BlueSky https://bsky.app/profile/homicidepod.bsky.social Instagram https://www.instagram.com/homicidepod/ Threads https://www.threads.net/@homicidepod Twitter https://twitter.com/homicidepod The Podcast is also available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHuY_R27YiZeAwMjcQ3dr4w Music for the podcast by Andrew R. Bird Graphics by Luna Raphael Edited and Produced by Beyond Mirrors LTD https://beyond-mirrors.com/
Susan and Chris are joined by actor Kyle Secor, who played Det. Tim Bayliss for all 7 seasons of Homicide and the movie. Kyle shares his memories of working on the show as an actor and director. Kyle’s website: https://www.kylesecor.net/ Kyle’s substack https://kylesecor.substack.com/p/a-homicide-origin-story?r=1sw5l&utm_medium=ios&triedRedirect=true Kyle’s book “Death of the actor” https://www.kylesecor.net/book The Starling Girl film starring Kyle https://www.imdb.com/title/tt21156390/reference/ Susan would like to dedicate this episode to her mother, Margaret Ingram, 92. Margaret was a big fan of the show and looked forward to listening to the podcast. Unfortunately, she died a couple of weeks before the first episode was released and just a few days before this interview with Kyle. If you enjoy this podcast, please connect with us and share the episodes on social media. You can connect with us here:   BlueSky https://bsky.app/profile/homicidepod.bsky.social Instagram https://www.instagram.com/homicidepod/ Threads https://www.threads.net/@homicidepod Twitter https://twitter.com/homicidepod The Podcast is also available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHuY_R27YiZeAwMjcQ3dr4w
Susan and Chris are joined by Homicide writers & producers Tom Fontana, Julie Martin, and Jorge Zamacona. Tom Fontana was the co-creator and showrunner of Homicide. Julie Martin and Jorge Zamacona were writers and later producers on the show. In this episode, we delve into the intricate art of crafting and producing gripping episodes of Homicide. We also discuss Julie and Jorge’s journey from assistants to becoming writers and later producers on the show. We also get insight into the show's philosophy that made it stand out from other police dramas. We would also like to add that Our hearts are with everyone affected by the collapse of Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge on March 26. The bridge and its elegant structure was long a part of the Baltimore skyline. If you enjoy this podcast, please connect with us and share the episodes on social media You can connect with us here:   BlueSky https://bsky.app/profile/homicidepod.bsky.social Instagram https://www.instagram.com/homicidepod/ Threads https://www.threads.net/@homicidepod Twitter https://twitter.com/homicidepod The Podcast is also available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHuY_R27YiZeAwMjcQ3dr4w Music for the podcast by Andrew R. Bird Graphics by Luna Raphael Edited and Produced by Beyond Mirrors LTD https://beyond-mirrors.com/
Welcome to "Homicide: Life On The Set", a brand new monthly podcast offering an exclusive peek behind the curtains of the critically acclaimed series "Homicide: Life On The Street." Susan and Chris just wanted to thank you for listening to the podcast and engaging with us on social media. Mark your calendars for our upcoming episode, slated for release on April 4th. Tom Fontana, Julie Martin, and Jorge Zamacona will join us as we delve into the intricate art of crafting and producing gripping episodes of Homicide. This interview was fascinating, and we cannot wait to share it with you. If you enjoy this podcast, please connect with us and share the episodes on social media You can connect with us here:   BlueSky https://bsky.app/profile/homicidepod.bsky.social Instagram https://www.instagram.com/homicidepod/ Threads https://www.threads.net/@homicidepod Twitter https://twitter.com/homicidepod The Podcast is also available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHuY_R27YiZeAwMjcQ3dr4w Music for the podcast by Andrew R. Bird Graphics by Luna Raphael Edited and Produced by Beyond Mirrors LTD https://beyond-mirrors.com/
On our first episode of “Homicide: Life On The Set,” we're joined by Jean de Segonzac, the cinematographer for seasons 2-5 and director of six episodes and "Homicide: The Movie." Jean discusses the philosophy behind the lighting and distinctive camera movement in the show with Susan and Chris. He also shares his experience transitioning from Cinematographer to director on the show, managing its large ensemble cast. Beyond "Homicide," Jean has directed episodes of "Battlestar Galactica," "CSI," "Law & Order," and "OZ." Before directing, Jean was a Cinematographer for National Geographic and on films and TV shows like "Laws of Gravity,” ”Road Scholar," and the first three episodes of "OZ." You can find out more about Jean and his award-winning work on IMDB: https://tinyurl.com/Jean-de-Segonzac If you enjoy this podcast, please connect with us and share the episodes on social media You can connect with us here:   BlueSky https://bsky.app/profile/homicidepod.bsky.social Instagram https://www.instagram.com/homicidepod/ Threads https://www.threads.net/@homicidepod Twitter https://twitter.com/homicidepod The Podcast is also available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHuY_R27YiZeAwMjcQ3dr4w Music for the podcast by Andrew R. Bird Graphics by Luna Raphael Edited and Produced by Beyond Mirrors LTD https://beyond-mirrors.com/
Welcome to "Homicide: Life On The Set", which is a brand new monthly podcast that takes a look behind the scenes at the multi-award-winning show "Homicide: Life On The Street."  Each episode will feature an exclusive new interview with a member of the cast or crew of the show, looking at what made this show an enduring classic. Expect lots of fascinating insight and anecdotes as we revisit the streets of Baltimore once again.  
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