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Channel 33, part of The Ringer Podcast Network, is a collection of shows covering pop culture, sports, and tech.Name Description Released Price 1 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Joe Wright Bounces Back From His Darkest Hour (Ep. 386) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with director Joe Wright to discuss how he picked himself up after the failure of his 2015 film, ‘Pan,’ to deliver ‘Darkest Hour,’ a Winston Churchill biopic that stars a mesmerizing Gary Oldman. Plus: Wright discusses the changing state of the movie business and why he took the reins on an episode of ‘Black Mirror.’ 11/22/2017 Free View in iTunes 2 Explicit This Week in Ringer Culture (Nov. 13-17, 2017) (Ep. 385) Featuring 'The Watch' on The Ringer's list of the 50 best superhero movies of all time, 'The Rewatchables' on favorite scenes from 'The Dark Knight,' 'The Bill Simmons Podcast' with Ta-Nehisi Coates arguing about the best season of 'The Wire,' 'House of Carbs' on the ranch vs. blue cheese debate, 'The Big Picture' with Greta Gerwig on the making of 'Lady Bird,' 'Jam Session' on an interesting tweet from Chris Evans, 'The Press Box' on the new Tina Brown book 'Vanity Fair Diaries,' and 'The Watch' with Joe Hagan on his book 'Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine.' 11/18/2017 Free View in iTunes 3 Explicit This Week in Ringer Sports (Nov. 13-17, 2017) (Ep. 384) Featuring 'Heat Check' on a potential new NBA award, 'The Ringer NFL show' on surprising NFC teams, 'Against All Odds With Cousin Sal' on NFL gambling myths, 'Ringer FC' on World Cup qualification ideas, 'Ringer University' on Tennessee's and Florida's coaching vacancies, and 'One Shining Podcast With Titus and Tate' on college basketball coaches. 11/18/2017 Free View in iTunes 4 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — The Past, Present, and Future of Superhero Movies (Ep. 383) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey is joined by fellow Ringer staffers and comic book enthusiasts Jason Concepcion and David Shoemaker to discuss the evolution, the current state, and the future of the movie universes of DC and Marvel. 11/17/2017 Free View in iTunes 5 Explicit 'The Press Box’ — Lies, Damned Lies, and Locker Room Quotes (Ep. 382) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss the allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore and the age of new-media denial (03:00), the most groan-inducing headline puns (19:45), Tina Brown and the twilight of the magazine editor (22:30), and postgame locker room quotes (37:00). 11/16/2017 Free View in iTunes 6 Explicit ‘Jam Session’ — Gal Gadot, Cardi B, and the Last Taylor Swift Discussion of 2017 (Ep. 381) The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss GQ's profile of Gal Gadot (0:57) and New York Magazine's cover story on Cardi B (8:36). Then they examine why Taylor Swift’s new album, ‘Reputation,’ feels disingenuous (20:10); process Meghan Markle leaving ‘Suits’ to (probably) join the British royal family (26:59); celebrate the reignition of the Jenny Slate–Chris Evans relationship (31:37); react to an excerpt from Jenna Fischer's new book (35:07); and talk about Serena Williams’s new house (41:20). 11/15/2017 Free View in iTunes 7 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Greta Gerwig on ‘Lady Bird,’ One of the Year’s Best Movies (Ep. 380) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with actor, writer, and director Greta Gerwig to discuss her critically acclaimed film ‘Lady Bird.’ Gerwig shares her years-long writing process, how she casts actors, and a defense of Dave Matthews Band. 11/13/2017 Free View in iTunes 8 Explicit This Week in Ringer Culture (Nov 6, 2017 - Nov 10, 2017) (Ep. 379) In the first installment of ‘This Week in Ringer Culture’ we feature ‘Damage Control’ on Taylor Swift's new album, ‘The Watch’ on ‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ ‘House of Carbs’ with Adam Rapoport on prepping for Thanksgiving, ‘Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air’ with Carl Reiner on the Trump administration, ‘The Press Box’ on the entertainment media’s coverage of the Weinstein and Louis C.K. scandals, and ‘The Big Picture’ with Richard Linklater on his filmmaking process. 11/11/2017 Free View in iTunes 9 Explicit This Week in Ringer Sports (Nov 6, 2017 - Nov 10, 2017) (Ep. 378) In the first installment of ‘This Week in Ringer Sports’ we feature ‘One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate’ on Louisville without Pitino, ‘The Bill Simmons Podcast’ with Dan Patrick on their favorite NBA shooters, ‘The Ringer MLB Show’ on Shohei Otani’s potential move stateside, ‘The Ringer NFL Show’ on the Packers without Aaron Rodgers, ‘The Ringer NBA Show’ on the Eric Bledsoe trade, ‘The Masked Man Show’ on the new Ric Flair documentary, ‘Ringer FC’ on the fresh new faces of the U.S. men’s national team, ‘Ringer University’ on Notre Dame vs. Miami, ‘NBA Group Chat’ on Porzingis, Lowry, and Ball, and ‘Against all Odds with Cousin Sal’ on who’d win a fake fight between Tony Romo and Deion Sanders. 11/11/2017 Free View in iTunes 10 Explicit Damage Control - Assessing Louis C.K’s Career and Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ (Ep.377) The Ringer’s Justin Charity and K. Austin Collins assess the damage caused by Louis C.K and other badly behaved men of Hollywood (1:00). They also discuss the unfortunate prison sentencing of underdog rapper Meek Mill (11:30) before reviewing Taylor Swift's latest album, ‘Reputation’ (18:30). 11/10/2017 Free View in iTunes 11 Explicit The Big Picture — Passing Time With Richard Linklater (Ep. 376) Richard Linklater to discuss the impact of war in his new film, ‘Last Flag Flying,’ as well as his tendency to creatively revisit his previous films over time, like with ‘Dazed and Confused,' ‘Before Midnight,’ and ‘Boyhood’ (1:00). Linklater also discusses the state of sexual harassment news in Hollywood (28:00). 11/10/2017 Free View in iTunes 12 Explicit 'The Press Box’ — Entertainment Writing: SVU (Ep. 375) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss how the Harvey Weinstein and Louis C.K. scandals have changed entertainment journalism (03:30), Disney versus the nation's film critics (21:30), and the Ric Flair 30 for 30 documentary, 'Nature Boy' (37:30). 11/9/2017 Free View in iTunes 13 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — How to Make a Marvel Movie Funny With ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Director Taika Waititi (Ep. 374) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with Taika Waititi about his transition from small indie comedies in New Zealand to Marvel’s big-budget superhero epic ‘Thor: Ragnarok.’ 11/3/2017 Free View in iTunes 14 Explicit 'The Press Box’ — Hedging for the Future (Ep. 373) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker get together to discuss how a Sports Illustrated writer predicted the 2017 World Series champions three years prior (01:00), how the Harvey Weinstein scandal has become a media scandal (22:30), and Papa John's taking on the NFL's protesters (38:30). 11/2/2017 Free View in iTunes 15 Explicit ‘Jam Session’ — We Love Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez, We Don’t Love Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber (Ep. 372) The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins express their affection for the Jennifer Lopez-Alex Rodriguez relationship as portrayed in the recent Vanity Fair profile (0:12), debate the logistics of managing a relationship while maintaining a nomadic celebrity lifestyle (5:12), and celebrate the impressive career of Jennifer Lopez (11:03). Then, they call Ringer staff writer Katie Baker to delve deeper into the J-Rod romance by discussing Rodriguez’s post-baseball persona (13:57). Afterwards, they discuss Selena Gomez getting back together with Justin Bieber (28:12), rehash Martha Stewart’s bizarre gym routine (30:05), and review their recent celebrity sightings: Victoria and David Beckham (32:31) and Jennifer Garner (37:53). 11/1/2017 Free View in iTunes 16 Explicit 'Damage Control' - Keeping It 1950s Woke With ‘Suburbicon’ and ‘Wolfenstein’ (Ep. 371) There goes the neighborhood. The Ringer’s K. Austin Collins and Justin Charity are skeptical of George Clooney’s satirical misfire, ‘Suburbicon.’ But they’ve got high hopes for ‘Wolfenstein: The New Colossus’ and the future of Nazi punching — strictly in video games, of course. 10/28/2017 Free View in iTunes 17 Explicit The NBA Fan’s Guide to the World Series (Ep. 370) In this special crossover episode, ‘Binge Mode’ hosts Mallory Rubin and Jason Concepcion draw parallels between the 2017 MLB World Series and the NBA by highlighting five commonalities between the two sports. 10/27/2017 Free View in iTunes 18 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Ruben Östlund Is Trying to Provoke You (Ep. 369) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with filmmaker Ruben Östlund about his new film, ‘The Square,’ satirizing the art world, and why he enjoys toying with audiences. 10/27/2017 Free View in iTunes 19 Explicit 'The Press Box’ — Viva La Mothership (Ep. 368) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker sit down for an emergency discussion about ESPN's cancellation of 'Barstool Van Talk' (02:00), the 'New York Times' interview with the cofounders of 'The Athletic' (21:30), and the end of Jemele Hill's suspension (33:30). 10/23/2017 Free View in iTunes 20 Explicit The Big Picture — Todd Haynes on Growing Up and Going ‘Wonderstruck’ (Ep. 367) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with filmmaker Todd Haynes to discuss his journey of making movies as a child to channeling youth and finding children to star in his latest film, ‘Wonderstruck.’ 10/20/2017 Free View in iTunes 21 Explicit 'Jam Session' — A DTR Special: Joe Jonas–Sophie Turner, Jenny Slate–Chris Evans, and Prince Harry–Meghan Markle (Ep. 366) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss the hottest celebrity dating storylines, including Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's engagement (6:00), Jenny Slate and Chris Evans's romantic evening in Atlanta (16:00), Scarlett Johansson's new look (28:00), and Prince Harry's engagement to Meghan Markle (36:00). 10/18/2017 Free View in iTunes 22 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Noah Baumbach and Capturing the American Family (Ep. 365) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with writer-director Noah Baumbach to discuss his new film, ‘The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)’; creating a serious role for Adam Sandler; Netflix purchasing his film; and how he captures the American family. 10/16/2017 Free View in iTunes 23 Explicit ‘The Press Box’ — The Empire Wins (Ep. 364) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss the comments Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones made regarding kneeling during the national anthem (02:30) and how the media covered the 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' trailer (20:30) and then honor sportswriting great Dan Jenkins (37:00). 10/12/2017 Free View in iTunes 24 Explicit 'Jam Session' — We’re Talking About Harvey Weinstein (Ep. 363) The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins are joined by Sean Fennessey to unpack the avalanche of bleak news about Harvey Weinstein (2:30) and examine Hollywood’s attitude toward misogyny (10:25). Then, they call staff writer Kate Knibbs, who discusses Lisa Bloom’s brief legal representation of Harvey Weinstein (23:25). Link: Kate Knibbs’ piece on Lisa Bloom 10/11/2017 Free View in iTunes 25 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Darren Aronofsky on Pushing the Envelope (Ep. 362) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with filmmaker Darren Aronofsky to discuss his polarizing film, ‘Mother!,’ and the art of putting both his characters and the audience under duress. 10/11/2017 Free View in iTunes 26 Explicit ‘Jam Session’ — Harvey Weinstein, Kesha, and Gabrielle Union (Ep. 361) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss the harassment accusations levied against Harvey Weinstein in the New York Times (5:00), Kesha's bounce-back and revealing Rolling Stone profile (15:00), the tepid Vanity Fair profile of Kate McKinnon (23:00), and Gabrielle Union's inspiring new memoir (33:00). 10/5/2017 Free View in iTunes 27 Explicit ‘The Press Box’ — Picture Me Trollin' (Ep. 360) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker banter about ESPN's reported development of a 'Pardon My Take' TV show (02:30), the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week (17:30), Cam Newtown's butt-headed fumble (20:00), and what Tucker Carlson and Clay Travis have in common (33:45). 10/5/2017 Free View in iTunes 28 Explicit Remembering Tom Petty (Ep. 359) The Ringer’s Sean Fennessey, Chris Ryan, and Rob Harvilla remember the life and music of the late Tom Petty. Links: https://www.theringer.com/music/2017/10/3/16408994/tom-petty-best-songs https://www.theringer.com/music/2017/10/3/16407332/tom-petty-dies-obituary https://open.spotify.com/user/chrisryan77/playlist/18KnAbbz5xpTqHq9yGBTFV?si=oMFHvoWg 10/4/2017 Free View in iTunes 29 Explicit Bill James on His New Book 'The Man From the Train' (Ep. 358) The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh talks to author, historian, and statistician Bill James about his new true-crime book, 'The Man From the Train: The Solving of a Century-Old Serial Killer Mystery,' in which James attempts to identify the man who may have been the deadliest serial killer in American history. 10/2/2017 Free View in iTunes 30 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Stephen Frears and the Inner Workings of the Royal Family (Ep. 357) The Ringer’s Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins break down their favorite films about the British royal family (1:00) before Sean sits down with acclaimed director Stephen Frears to discuss his new film ‘Victoria and Abdul,’ making films about the royals, and his longevity in the industry (10:00). 9/29/2017 Free View in iTunes 31 Explicit ‘The Press Box’ — A Time of Transition (Ep. 356) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker analyze President Donald Trump's effect on apolitical NFL broadcasters (02:30), Megyn Kelly's transition to morning television (18:15), and the end of 'Fixer Upper' (28:30). 9/28/2017 Free View in iTunes 32 Explicit The Great Rom-Com Debate (Ep. 355) The Ringer’s Amanda Dobbins and Shea Serrano ask and answer three essential questions regarding the romantic comedy genre: Is this creepy? (1:20); Is this a rom-com? (16:20); and, Who belongs in the Rom-Com Hall of Fame? (25:40). 9/27/2017 Free View in iTunes 33 Explicit ‘The Big Picture’ — Dissecting 'Mother!,' the Most Controversial Movie of the Year (Ep. 354) The Ringer’s Sean Fennessey, Amanda Dobbins, and K. Austin Collins attempt to wrap their heads around Darren Aronofsky’s controversial new film, ‘Mother!’ 9/22/2017 Free View in iTunes 34 Explicit ‘Jam Session’ — J-Law, 'Big Little Lies' Drama, and More Celebrity Break-ups (Ep. 353) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Jennifer Lawrence's press tour for 'Mother!' (5:00), Laura Dern's cold shoulder at the Emmys (17:00), Hayden Christensen and Rachel Bilson's break-up (27:00), and Fergie's return (31:00). 9/21/2017 Free View in iTunes 35 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Danny Strong and the Recipe for a Classic Biopic (Ep. 352) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey and executive editor Chris Ryan reveal their favorite biopics and hash out what makes them great (1:00). Then, Sean sits down with writer, actor, and director Danny Strong to discuss his recent J.D. Salinger biopic, ‘Rebel in the Rye,’ and how doubling down on his passion paid off (12:00). 9/15/2017 Free View in iTunes 36 Explicit 'The Press Box'—Jemele Hill and how politicization affects ESPN (Ep. 351) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis and Sean Fennessey discuss Jemele Hill, starting with her rise at ESPN (5:00), her upbringing in Detroit (15:00), the Trump administration's response to Hill's tweets (18:00), the impact of politicization on ESPN (26:00), and Hill's next move (32:00). 9/14/2017 Free View in iTunes 37 Explicit ‘The Big Picture’ — 'It' Director Andy Muschietti on Adapting Stephen King (Ep. 350) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with Kate Knibbs about Stephen King’s classic horror novel ‘It’ (0:30) before sitting down with Andy Muschietti, who discusses adapting the book for the screen and re-creating the terrifying character Pennywise (6:20). 9/8/2017 Free View in iTunes 38 Explicit ’Insecure’ Season 2 Finale Preview (Ep. 349) The Ringer’s Hannah Giorgis and Alison Herman look ahead to the season finale of HBO’s ‘Insecure’ by first celebrating the nuanced character developments in Season 2 (2:50), highlighting the show’s place among the summer TV landscape (8:15), and giving recognition to the showrunners’ even-handed approach in tackling the issues facing black employees in the workplace (10:40). Then they voice their expectations about how the finale will address the protagonists’ various romantic relationships (19:40), whether ‘Insecure’ will head the route of a sitcom or a more in-depth social commentary (23:30), and whether perhaps the Issa-Lawrence relationship will be reconciled (27:00). 9/7/2017 Free View in iTunes 39 Explicit 'Jam Session' — At Home with Meghan Markle, George Clooney, and Serena Williams (Not At the Same Time) (Ep. 348) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Meghan Markle's Vanity Fair cover story (5:00), George Clooney's renewed availability (21:00), and Serena Williams's new baby and decision to remain living solo before marriage (30:00). 9/6/2017 Free View in iTunes 40 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Jay Baruchel’s Directorial Debut and Making an Authentic Hockey Movie (Ep. 347) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with Katie Baker about the best hockey films ever made (0:30) before he sits down with actor and now director Jay Baruchel about making his first film, 'Goon: Last of the Enforcers'; hockey fandom; and filming the perfect hockey fight (6:00). 9/1/2017 Free View in iTunes 41 Explicit ‘Jam Session’ — An Unhappy Conversation About Taylor Swift (Ep. 346) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Taylor Swift's shaky roll-out of her new single, 'Look What You Made Me Do,' and accompanying VMA video release (5:00), Swift's corporate sponsorships (12:00), Katy Perry's credibility in the pop music world (17:00), and the winners and losers from MTV's Video Music Awards (22:00). 8/28/2017 Free View in iTunes 42 Explicit 'Death Note’ Director Adam Wingard on Building Monsters and Hollywood Whitewashing Controversies (Ep. 345) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey and Justin Charity chat about the Netflix film ‘Death Note’ and the difficulties of adapting anime (1:00). Then Sean sits down with director Adam Wingard to discuss how he went from scraping by to directing large-scale projects like ‘Death Note’ and the forthcoming ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ (13:00). 8/25/2017 Free View in iTunes 43 Explicit Southern Rap Special: Best Albums, Dopest Mixtapes, and the Future of the Genre (Ep. 344) Ringer East Coast bureau chief Donnie Kwak is joined by special projects editor Hannah Giorgis and staff writer Micah Peters to talk omissions from "The 20 Best Southern Rap Albums Ever" article on The Ringer, including reader submissions (0:35). Then, Donnie sits down with a roundtable of The Ringer’s music experts to discuss their favorite Southern rap mixtapes (10:20) and predict the future of the genre (31:00). 8/24/2017 Free View in iTunes 44 Explicit ‘Jam Session’ — Taylor Swift Spectacular (Ep. 343) The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss the announcement of Taylor Swift’s upcoming album ‘Reputation’ (1:10), her new media strategy after her feud with Kim Kardashian West (5:40), the decision to release a single before the VMAs as it relates to her ongoing rivalry with Katy Perry (20:00), and which guests will be featured on the new album (26:35). 8/23/2017 Free View in iTunes 45 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Janicza Bravo and Brett Gelman Channel Rejection and Anxiety to Make ‘Lemon’ (Ep. 342) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with Alison Herman about Janicza Bravo’s approach to uncomfortable comedy and her direction of “Juneteenth,” the instant-classic episode of ‘Atlanta’ (1:00). Then Sean sits down with Bravo and her husband/producing partner, Brett Gelman, to discuss the tumultuous five-year process of getting their film ‘Lemon’ into the world (10:00). 8/18/2017 Free View in iTunes 46 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — The Safdie Brothers and ‘Good Time,’ an Instant New York Classic (Ep. 341) The Ringer’s Sean Fennessey and K. Austin Collins discuss the Safdie Brothers’ new crime film, ‘Good Time.’ (0:30) Then, Sean sits down with the Josh and Benny Safdie to discuss making a movie starring Robert Pattinson, capturing New York City on-screen, and the frenetic pace of ‘Good Time’ (11:00). 8/11/2017 Free View in iTunes 47 Explicit 'Jam Session'—Malia's Lollapalooza, Anna Faris and Chris Pratt's Split, and 'Siesta Key' (Ep. 340) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Vanity Fair vs. Angelina Jolie (5:00), Malia Obama's wild time at Lollapalooza (15:00), and Anna Faris and Chris Pratt's separation (22:00). Then, Zoe Simmons joins to give her thoughts on MTV's new reality show 'Siesta Key' (40:00). 8/9/2017 Free View in iTunes 48 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party'—The Finale With Ben Higgins and Hannah Giorgis (Ep. 339) The Ringer's Juliet Litman discusses the final episode of the 'Bachelorette' season with her colleague Hannah Giorgis (1:08). Then, former Bachelor Ben Higgins comes on to give his thoughts on Peter's reluctance to propose and his pick for the next Bachelor (27:54). 8/8/2017 Free View in iTunes 49 Explicit The Big Picture—Taylor Sheridan, 'Wind River,' and How to Write a Killer Movie (Ep. 338) The Ringer’s Sean Fennessey and Chris Ryan discuss screenwriter Taylor Sheridan’s films ‘Sicario,’ ‘Hell or High Water,’ and his new film, ‘Wind River,’ starring Jeremy Renner (0:40). Then, Sean and Sheridan discuss 'Wind River,' how he depicts raw and realistic scenarios in his movies, and why he decided to get behind the camera (11:00). 8/4/2017 Free View in iTunes 50 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party' — "Men Tell All" With Wesley Morris (Ep. 337) The Ringer’s Juliet Litman is joined by The New York Times’ Wesley Morris to discuss this week’s “Men Tell All” episode, Rachel’s season so far, and the upcoming ‘Bachelor in Paradise’. 8/2/2017 Free View in iTunes 51 Explicit Vic Mensa on ‘The Autobiography,’ Sobriety, and Empathy (Ep. 336) The Ringer’s Micah Peters sits down with rapper Vic Mensa to discuss his upcoming album ‘The Autobiography’ (0:30), becoming sober while battling depression (4:40), forgiving the man who killed his friend (10:00), and working with producer No I.D. (16:00). 7/28/2017 Free View in iTunes 52 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party' — Rachel's Hometown and Fantasy Suites With Rodger Sherman (Ep. 335) The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by her colleague and 'Bachelor' enthusiast Rodger Sherman to discuss this week's episode, including Rachel's hometown experience and the show's trip to Spain. 7/27/2017 Free View in iTunes 53 Explicit 'Jam Session' — Angelina Jolie Goes 'Solo' (Ep. 334) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Angelina Jolie's Vanity Fair cover story (https://goo.gl/vdij5A) (5:00), the PR rollout versus Brad Pitt (19:40), and Jolie's fame in 2017 (34:00). 7/26/2017 Free View in iTunes 54 Explicit Gambling on ‘Game of Thrones’ (Ep. 333) The Ringer’s Ben Lindbergh sits down with Pat Morrow, head oddsmaker for Bovada, to talk about the phenomenon of betting on HBO’s 'Game of Thrones' (2:10), reading fan theories as part of research (7:00), and how having a professional stake in the show affects consumption (21:45). Lindbergh’s article on the subject—“Growing Strong: Inside the Burgeoning ‘Game of Thrones’ Gambling Business”—can be found on The Ringer. 7/22/2017 Free View in iTunes 55 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Jenny Slate, Gillian Robespierre, and Elisabeth Holm on ‘Landline’ (Ep. 332) The Ringer’s Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins discuss Gillian Robespierre’s ‘Obvious Child’ (0:10) and her new film, ‘Landline.’ Then Sean is joined by Robespierre, Jenny Slate, and Elisabeth Holm to discuss growing up in the ’90s, the sacrifices of independent filmmaking, and collaborating on their second project together (10:00). 7/21/2017 Free View in iTunes 56 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party'—Hometowns! With Ashley Iaconetti (Ep. 331) The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by former 'Bachelor' contestant Ashley Iaconetti to discuss this week's "hometowns" episode, Ashley's take on 'Bachelor in Paradise,' ideas to spice up the show next season, and their picks for the next Bachelor. 7/20/2017 Free View in iTunes 57 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Matt Reeves Puts Humanity in ‘The Planet of the Apes’ (Ep. 330) The Ringer’s Sean Fennessey and Chris Ryan discuss the successes and failures of filmmakers who have recently overseen big-budget franchises, such as Matt Reeves’s ‘Planet of the Apes’ series, Michael Bay’s ‘Transformers’ series, and Christopher Nolan’s sustained run (1:05). Later, Sean sits down with Matt Reeves to discuss the intricate filmmaking process of ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ and what to expect from his next movie, ‘The Batman’ (13:30). 7/13/2017 Free View in iTunes 58 Explicit 'Jam Session' — Scandals: Kardashians, Lena Dunham, and Taylor Swift–Lorde (Ep. 329) The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Kim Kardashian’s Snapchat scandal (5:00), Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s newest controversy (15:00), Lena Dunham’s dog drama (23:00), Lorde’s scoffing at Taylor Swift (33:30), and Ben Affleck’s new boo (42:00). 7/12/2017 Free View in iTunes 59 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party'—With ABC Executive Rob Mills (Ep. 328) The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by ABC's senior vice president of alternative programming, Rob Mills, to discuss all things 'Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette.' They talk about the most recent 'Bachelor in Paradise' news leaks (4:10), some of this season's 'Bachelorette' moments (17:05), next season's 'Bachelor' candidates (30:24), and the upcoming 'Bachelor Winter Games' (44:55). 7/11/2017 Free View in iTunes 60 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party' — With Nick Viall (Ep. 327) In the absence of a new 'Bachelorette' episode, The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by friend and former Bachelor Nick Viall for a free-for-all podcast. They talk about some common misconceptions about 'Bachelor in Paradise', life after reality TV, the Kardashians, NBA players, and much more. 7/6/2017 Free View in iTunes 61 Explicit 'The Big Picture'—David Lowery’s Strange and Beautiful ‘A Ghost Story’ (Ep. 326) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey and Vanity Fair film critic Richard Lawson discuss filmmaker David Lowery’s latest, ‘A Ghost Story,’ an unconventional film with an unconventional debut at Sundance (1:00). Later, Sean chats with Lowery about the making of the movie and why he no longer watches his movies or reads his reviews (9:30). 7/6/2017 Free View in iTunes 62 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party' — Paradise Rules, Eric's Redemption, and Way Too Many Kisses (Ep. 325) The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by her colleague Andrew Gruttadaro to discuss a special double-episode week in 'The Bachelorette.' They talk about the new 'Bachelor in Paradise' rules following the alcohol incident (1:33), then they examine Dean and his chances to make the final three (5:00), Brian (7:35), Peter (13:00), and Eric (21:55). 6/29/2017 Free View in iTunes 63 Explicit 'Jam Session' —Jay-Z and Beyoncé's Twins, Serena's Vanity Fair Cover, and Festival Hookups (Ep. 324) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss the birth of Beyoncé and Jay-Z's twins (5:00), Serena Williams's Vanity Fair cover (20:25), Katy Perry and Chris Martin's festival fling (30:00), and Betty Gilpin's colorful ways to describe her breasts (37:00). 6/27/2017 Free View in iTunes 64 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party'—Heroes, Villains, and Alcohol With Wesley Morris and Amy Kaufman (Ep. 323) The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by New York Times writer and former colleague Wesley Morris, a 'Bachelorette' newbie, to discuss the events on this week's episode. They examine the prevalence of alcohol throughout the franchise (2:40), Rachel's one-on-one date with Dean (7:17), Rachel's breakdown (10:20), Lee's shady ways (18:20), and the less-than-impressive spelling bee (28:05). Then Juliet talks with Los Angeles Times reporter Amy Kaufman about the return of 'Bachelor in Paradise' (41:05). 6/20/2017 Free View in iTunes 65 Explicit ‘The Big Picture’—Female-Powered Comedy With ‘Rough Night’ Creators Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey and staff writer Lindsay Zoladz discuss the dearth of female filmmakers in the R-rated comedy space (2:00) before Sean chats with the ‘Rough Night’ writing and directing team of Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs about meeting at the UCB Theatre, developing ‘Broad City,’ and making a studio comedy starring big names like Scarlett Johansson, Kate McKinnon, and Zoë Kravitz (17:00). 6/16/2017 Free View in iTunes 66 Explicit 'Boxing Podcast'–Mayweather-McGregor Superfight Edition (Ep. 321) The Ringer staff comes together to examine the upcoming "The Notorious" Conor McGregor–Floyd "Money" Mayweather fight. First, David Shoemaker and Chuck Mindenhall discuss whether or not we should be excited about this match (0:22). Later, Shoemaker is joined by Micah Peters and Sam Schube, who ask the question, "Can McGregor actually contend with Mayweather in a boxing match?" (27:08). 6/15/2017 Free View in iTunes 67 Explicit 'Jam Session' — A Katy Perry Extravaganza (Ep. 320) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Katy Perry’s new album and the press tour around it, including her four-day livestream and New York Times profile (1:36). They also examine Tobey Maguire’s kid’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ production (27:30), Oprah’s Fennelgate (35:40), and Rita Ora’s new (excellent) song (41:55). 6/14/2017 Free View in iTunes 68 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party' — Trouble in 'Bachelor in Paradise' (Ep. 319) The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by insider Reality Steve to discuss the suspension of 'Bachelor in Paradise' filming over allegations of misconduct. 6/12/2017 Free View in iTunes 69 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Modern Horror and ‘It Comes at Night’ Director Trey Edward Shults (Ep. 318) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey and film critic K. Austin Collins discuss the emergence of modern horror films like ‘The Witch’ and the increasing emphasis on tone over standard horror tropes (1:00). Then, Sean is joined by Trey Edward Shults, who explains how working through his own darkness led to making his latest film, ‘It Comes At Night’ (15:50). 6/8/2017 Free View in iTunes 70 Explicit 'Soccer Pod' — Offseason-Transfer Talk (Ep. 317) The Ringer's Chris Ryan and Ryan O'Hanlon discuss the exciting offseason moves to be made in the Premier League this summer. They look at Arsenal (4:28), Manchester United (7:30), Tottenham (15:20), Manchester City (23:20), Chelsea (32:00), and Liverpool (38:28), and finish up with their dream-transfers (41:58). 6/7/2017 Free View in iTunes 71 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party' — Whaboom's Exit, Crazy Group Dates, and a New Villain Rises (Ep. 316) The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by former Bachelor Ben Higgins to discuss this week's episode of 'The Bachelorette.' They talk about Blake and Lucas's final moments (8:08), possibly the strangest group date in 'Bachelor' / 'Bachelorette' history (17:44), Eric's drama with some of the other guys (28:00), and 'Bachelor in Paradise' (39:07). 6/6/2017 Free View in iTunes 72 Explicit 'The Big Picture' — Amy Schumer’s Career Arc, and ‘Snatched’ Director Jonathan Levine (Ep. 315) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey discusses comedic storytelling and Amy Schumer’s career arc, from stand-up comedian to movie star, with Jason Zinoman of The New York Times (0:50). Then Sean is joined by filmmaker Jonathan Levine (‘The Wackness,’ ‘50/50’) to discuss collaborating with Schumer on his new comedy, ‘Snatched’, his own career arc, finding his path, and dealing with bad reviews (14:20). 6/1/2017 Free View in iTunes 73 Explicit 'Jam Session' — Hot Topics: The Rock, the Biebs, and 'Felicity' (Ep. 314) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss the Rock's star power (5:00), Justin Bieber's smugness and catchy new single (14:00), Ellen Pompeo's Hamptons retreat (23:00), Keri Russell's star on the Walk of Fame (32:00), and Lorde's elitist Instagram comments (42:00). 6/1/2017 Free View in iTunes 74 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party' — DeMario's Deceit, Celebrity Guests, and Whaboom! (Ep. 313) The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by her colleague Hannah Giorgis to break down Episode 2. They discuss DeMario's surprise guest (1:29), celebrity appearances by Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis (23:17) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (31:43), and evaluate some of the contestants (38:34). 5/30/2017 Free View in iTunes 75 Explicit T-Pain, 'T-Wayne,' and the Birth of Auto-Tune (Ep. 312) The Ringer's Micah Peters sits down with hip-hop pioneer T-Pain to discuss the impromptu release of 'T-Wayne,' a project with Lil Wayne dating back to 2009 (2:55), T-Pain's discovery of Auto-Tune (13:15), and how Auto-Tune creeped into mainstream hip-hop (17:15). Later, T-Pain shares his new and upcoming projects (30:48) and explains his new antisocial music mindset (34:35). 5/29/2017 Free View in iTunes 76 Explicit 'Teenage Emotions,' Lil Yachty's Brand, and the Next Generation of Hip-Hop (Ep. 311) The Ringer's Donnie Kwak, Micah Peters, and Justin Charity discuss Lil Yachty's new album, 'Teenage Emotions.' They examine Yachty's brand vs. his music (7:40) and the album cover art (11:33), and try to determine an overarching theme to the project (31:09). Finally, they answer this question: Is 'Teenage Emotions' any good (39:02)? 5/26/2017 Free View in iTunes 77 Explicit War Machine’ Director David Michôd on Making a Big-Budget Film with Brad Pitt for Netflix Ringer Editor-in-Chief Sean Fennessey chats with The Hollywood Reporter’s Matthew Belloni about the Netflix controversy at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and how streaming services are reshaping the movie industry (1:00). Then Sean is joined by filmmaker David Michôd to discuss his new film ‘War Machine’ and making a big-budget war movie with Brad Pitt for a streaming service (14:00). 5/26/2017 Free View in iTunes 78 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party' — First Impressions With the Sports Gal (Ep. 310) The Ringer's Juliet Litman sits down with the Sports Gal to discuss Rachel's debut as the Bachelorette (02:00), the "whaboom" guy (06:00), a not-so-romantic kiss with Bryan (14:30), their sleeper picks (18:50), the unacceptable purring (25:00), and some of their favorite entrance props (30:45). 5/23/2017 Free View in iTunes 79 Explicit 'The Press Box' — 'Baseball Tonight,' Fox News, and Cubs Coverage (Ep. 309) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis is joined by MLB Network's Brian Kenny to discuss the decline of 'Baseball Tonight' (5:00). Then, Ringer staff writer Claire McNear joins to give her thoughts on why Fox News refuses to cover Trump's ties to Russia (20:30). Finally, Jon Greenberg, lead columnist for The Athletic, chimes in to give his firsthand experience of covering the Chicago Cubs after the curse (33:10). 5/23/2017 Free View in iTunes 80 Explicit When the Robots Reach the Road (Ep. 308) The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh, who still doesn't have a driver's license, investigates how far away we are from a driverless future, the utopian (and dystopian) visions of what a driverless world could look like, the hurdles that have to be cleared, and whether driverless cars can arrive in time to save him (and other licenseless citizens) the trouble of ever learning to parallel park. 5/19/2017 Free View in iTunes 81 Explicit 'Bachelorette Party' — The Return of the Contestant Bios (Ep. 307) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Andrew Gruttadaro team up to discuss the latest news from the world of 'The Bachelor' (02:00) and then jump into the 'Bachelorette' bios (07:00), giving out awards such as "First Impression Rose" (09:30) and "Highest Paradise Potential" (12:00), and pick their favorite to take home the final rose (32:45). 5/18/2017 Free View in iTunes 82 Explicit 'Jam Session' — Steve Harvey's Work Etiquette, Katy Perry, and Harry Styles's Album (Ep. 306) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Steve Harvey's stern memo and work expectations (5:00), Katy Perry's press tour and feminist brand (15:00), Pippa Middleton’s wedding plans (26:00), Harry Styles's love life and inspiration for songs (30:00), and Goldie Hawn's quest to live forever (38:00). 5/16/2017 Free View in iTunes 83 Explicit Doug Liman on ‘The Wall’ and Making Movies His Way (Ep. 305) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with BuzzFeed’s Alison Wilmore about Doug Liman’s career and his notable films, including 'The Bourne Identity' and 'Edge of Tomorrow' (0:01). Then Liman joins the podcast to discuss making his new war film, ‘The Wall,’ and why he changed the ending six months after finishing production(6:50). 5/15/2017 Free View in iTunes 84 Explicit Guy Ritchie and the Challenges of Making 'King Arthur' (Ep. 304) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey and executive editor Chris Ryan explore the career arc of renowned director Guy Ritchie (0:30)before sitting down with Ritchie (10:00) to discuss the challenges of making his new film, ‘King Arthur,’ and his personal philosophies surrounding fear, results, and self-confidence. 5/11/2017 Free View in iTunes 85 Explicit 'Soccer Pod' — The Two Best Teams in Europe Are Playing in the Champions League Final (Ep. 303) The Ringer's Chris Ryan and Ryan O'Hanlon preview the Juventus–Real Madrid matchup in the Champions League final. They cover the teams' differing management styles (2:52), Real Madrid's deep roster (7:00), and Juventus's consistent performance (17:10). Later they briefly discuss the Premier League (24:30). 5/11/2017 Free View in iTunes 86 Explicit The Myth of the Liberal ESPN, the Death of TrueHoop, and Baseball Activism (Ep. 302) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis brings on author James Andrew Miller to examine the notion that ESPN has a "liberal agenda" (5:00). Then, The Ringer's Danny Chau joins to discuss the destruction of TrueHoop (25:00). Finally, essayist John Lingan joins to offer his thoughts on why baseball has no athlete activism (39:15). 5/9/2017 Free View in iTunes 87 Explicit 'Jam Session' — Brad Pitt’s Confessional Q&A and the Underwhelming Met Gala (Ep. 301) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Brad Pitt's revealing GQ Style profile post-divorce (5:00), Pitt's newfound love for Frank Ocean (15:30), Chris Rock's Rolling Stone profile (19:00), mourning the loss of the Met Gala's relevance (29:00), Kanye's absence (38:00), and Prince William and Kate on BBC Radio (42:00). 5/3/2017 Free View in iTunes 88 Explicit ‘Sleight’ Director J.D. Dillard (Ep. 301) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with first-time director J.D. Dillard to discuss how he went from dropping out of school to being on the set of ‘The Force Awakens’ with J.J. Abrams to debuting his first film, ‘Sleight,’ at Sundance. Dillard also talks about helming the long-rumored reboot of ‘The Fly.’ 4/28/2017 Free View in iTunes 89 Explicit Sports in the Age of Trump With Bryan Curtis (Ep. 300) The Ringer's Bryan Curtis is joined by BuzzFeed's Joel Anderson to discuss Donald Trump's impact on the NFL, the price of Colin Kaepernick's protest (6:00), Trump's ideal athlete lifestyle (11:00), and the political climate within football locker rooms (17:00). Then, The Ringer's Kevin Clark joins to discuss the similarities between CNN and ESPN (23:30) and the intersections between sports and political coverage (31:00). Finally, The Ringer's David Shoemaker joins to give his thoughts on professional wresting in the world of Trump (36:30). 4/25/2017 Free View in iTunes 90 Explicit 'Free Fire’ Director Ben Wheatley (Ep. 299) Editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with director Ben Wheatley to discuss his latest film, ‘Free Fire’ (0:10), getting sought out by star actors and directors like Armie Hammer and Martin Scorsese (6:40), and striking a balance between entertaining and traumatizing an audience (14:40). 4/21/2017 Free View in iTunes 91 Explicit 'Soccer Podcast' with Chris Ryan and Ryan O'Hanlon (Ep. 298) The Ringer’s Chris Ryan and Ryan O’Hanlon discuss UEFA’s decision to force Borussia Dortmund to play after the attack on their bus (1:25), officiating in the match between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid (7:14), and the upcoming market for strikers (20:26). They wrap up with predictions for the Premier League (28:21). 4/20/2017 Free View in iTunes 92 Explicit 'Jam Session' With Kate Knibbs (Ep. 297) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Harry Styles's 'Rolling Stone' cover (5:00), Styles living in Ben Winston's attic (10:00), and dating Taylor Swift (14:00). Then, Ringer staff writer Kate Knibbs joins to discuss internet gossipmonger Nik Richie's 'The Dirty' (17:45) and the best place to find gossip in 2017 (26:00). Finally, Juliet and Amanda give their thoughts on Serena's snap (33:00), Meghan Markle's role with the British royal family (38:00), and more Chris Evans (41:00). 4/19/2017 Free View in iTunes 93 Explicit Kendrick Lamar's 'Damn.' With Sean Fennessey, Micah Peters, and Justin Charity (Ep. 296) The Ringer's Sean Fennessey, Micah Peters, and Justin Charity discuss Kendrick Lamar's new release, 'Damn.' (5:00). Topics include: the collabs on the album (11:00), the logical progression of K-Dot (17:00), Kendrick's taste (22:00), his grand design (30:00), his influence on fellow rappers (34:00), and a ranking of Kendrick's albums (38:00). 4/14/2017 Free View in iTunes 94 Explicit ‘The Lost City of Z’ Director James Gray (Ep. 295) Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with acclaimed director James Gray to discuss the high stakes of filming his new movie, ‘The Lost City of Z,’ in the jungle, the near-impossible task of making a classic film, and why he isn’t interested in making a television series. 4/13/2017 Free View in iTunes 95 Explicit Jake Johnson and Joe Swanberg on Their New Film ‘Win It All’ (Ep. 294) The Ringer’s Chris Ryan and Sean Fennessey sit down with actor Jake Johnson and director Joe Swanberg to discuss their new gambling film ‘Win It All’, why they wanted to make a movie for Netflix, and what it’s like teaming up for multiple projects. 4/6/2017 Free View in iTunes 96 Explicit 'Jam Session' — Jenny Slate, J-Rod, and Ed Sheeran's Stardom (Ep. 293) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Jenny Slate's press tour for 'Gifted' (5:00), Chris Evans's Disney-level fame (11:00), Anne Hathaway's confessional (16:00), A-Rod and J.Lo's new romance (24:00), Ed Sheeran's Taylor Swift remarks (27:00), and Nan Talese's Vanity Fair profile (34:00). 4/5/2017 Free View in iTunes 97 Explicit ‘The Discovery’ Director Charlie McDowell (Ep. 292) The Ringer's Editor-in-Chief Sean Fennessey sits down with director Charlie McDowell to discuss his new film 'The Discovery' (1:55), casting Robert Redford (12:58), being one of Netflix's first major features (21:05) and how to pull off an ending with a twist (18:45). 3/31/2017 Free View in iTunes 98 Explicit 'Jam Session' — Reese Witherspoon Day With Bill Simmons (Ep. 291) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins are joined by Bill Simmons to discuss Reese Witherspoon's sprawling catalog (5:00), her relationship with Ryan Phillippe (12:00), her R-rated turn in 'Cruel Intentions' (16:00), her missed opportunity with 'Clueless' (23:00), her Oscar curse (29:00), her fling with Jake Gyllenhaal (36:00), her comeback with 'Gone Girl' (43:00), and her next big career move after 'Big Little Lies' (48:00). 3/28/2017 Free View in iTunes 99 Explicit Lil Rel Howery on 'Get Out' (ep. 290) The Ringer’s Micah Peters and 'Get Out’ star Lil Rel Howery examine his character, Rod (7:20), and take a look film’s intricate cinematography (12:05). Later, they discuss the future of "social thrillers" (23:40). 3/27/2017 Free View in iTunes 100 Explicit 'Achievement Oriented' on 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' and 'Moral Combat' (Ep. 289) The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh and Jason Concepcion have a spoiler-free discussion about their impressions of the perplexing 'Mass Effect: Andromeda,' Bioware's brain drain, and the ways in which recent releases have raised the bar for big-budget games. 3/24/2017 Free View in iTunes 101 Explicit Mike WILL Made-It on 'Ransom 2' (Ep. 288) The Ringer's Micah Peters sits down with producer Mike WILL Made-It to discuss working with Pharrell on 'Ransom 2' (01:00), his recording process (06:00), and his dream collaboration (15:00). 3/24/2017 Free View in iTunes 102 Explicit 'The Masked Man' — The (Familiar) Elbow Drop Heard Round the World and Bruce Prichard (Ep. 287) The Ringer's David Shoemaker teams up with Bleacher Report's Dave Schilling to discuss Shane McMahon's elbow drop on 'SmackDown' (03:00), the general manager situation on 'Raw' (10:00), how Braun Strowman could fit into the Roman Reigns–Undertaker match (21:30), the "Missing Ron Simmons" teaser (29:00), and Twitter questions (34:00). Then Bruce Prichard of "Something to Wrestle With" calls in to discuss kayfabe in today's wrestling (39:00) and share Andre the Giant stories (46:00). 3/22/2017 Free View in iTunes 103 Explicit 'More Life' Emergency Pod (Ep. 286) The Ringer's Micah Peters, Hannah Giorgis, and Justin Charity discuss Drake's latest project, 'More Life,' and whether it's an album (00:30), grime songs (06:00), and their least favorite track (11:00). Then, The Ringer's Rob Harvilla calls in to talk about the song "Fake Love" (18:00), Drake the underdog (25:00), and "tough guy" Drake (26:30). 3/22/2017 Free View in iTunes 104 Explicit 'Jam Session'—The End of Us Weekly With Lara Cohen (Ep. 285) The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss the end of a gossip era with the selling of Us Weekly (5:00). Then, former Us Weekly editorial director Lara Cohen joins to give her thoughts on the invention of "Bennifer" (11:00), Britney Spears's head-shaving incident (17:00), and the biggest celebrities today (25:30). 3/22/2017 Free View in iTunes 105 Explicit Ep. 284: 'ShackHouse' — Arnold Palmer Invitational Winner Marc Leishman and Austin Golf Geoff Shackelford and Joe House welcome four guests in one show, starting with Arnold Palmer Invitational winner Marc Leishman (02:00), then shifting to discussion of the upcoming WGC Match Play and Austin golf with Criquet Shirts cofounders Billy Nachman and Hobson Brown (18:30). Then they welcome Geoff’s dad, former UCLA basketball star Lynn Shackelford, to further discuss the Austin golf scene (34:00) and the 50th anniversary of his first NCAA championship (37:30). 3/20/2017 Free View in iTunes 106 Explicit Ep. 283: 'Achievement Oriented' on Gaming Drugs and eSports Injuries The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh and Jason Concepcion talk to Compete writer Maddy Myers about experimenting with supplements that promise gaming benefits, covering competitive gaming's growing pains, and gender imbalance in eSports. For a full version of this episode subscribe to Achievement Oriented on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. 3/17/2017 Free View in iTunes 107 Explicit Ep. 282: 'Soccer Podcast' with Chris Ryan and Ryan O'Hanlon The Ringer’s Chris Ryan and Ryan O’Hanlon discuss Manchester City’s Champions League exit (0:55), glance at the top English teams (11:50), and later take an in-depth look at the Champions League quarterfinalists (17:17). 3/16/2017 Free View in iTunes 108 Explicit Ep. 281: 'The Masked Man Show' on Dennis Stamp, Finn Balor, Triple H, and 'WrestleMania' The Ringer's David Shoemaker and Bleacher Report's Dave Schilling team up to discuss the passing of Dennis Stamp (02:00), Triple H's and Finn Balor's returns (10:00), the 'WrestleMania' card (19:00), and Twitter questions (37:30). 3/15/2017 Free View in iTunes 109 Explicit Ep. 280: ‘Bachelor Party’ — The Season Finale The Ringer’s Juliet Litman is joined by Bill Simmons to discuss Nick’s decision to choose Vanessa over Raven (0:30), things they’d rather see in a finale (7:30), and a new version of 'The Bachelor' with celebrities (18:50). Then Ringer 'Bachelor' recap writer Rodger Sherman joins to further dissect Monday's finale (32:12). 3/14/2017 Free View in iTunes 110 Explicit Ep. 279: ‘Jam Session’ With Sarah Heyward The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins are joined by ‘Girls’ writer Sarah Heyward to discuss the final season (5:00), the infamous Iowa episodes (12:00), Judd Apatow’s subtle influence (22:00), the best moment in the series (27:00), the best guest stars (33:00), and the feeling of wrapping the series (38:00). 3/13/2017 Free View in iTunes 111 Explicit Ep. 278: ’T’d Up’—The Bracket Breakdown The Ringer’s Tate Frazier and Mark Titus discuss the NCAA bracket release (5:00), Duke’s additional adversity (9:00), the UNC-Arkansas rivalry (14:00), the First Four game worth watching (19:00), potential matchups in the Midwest (28:00), Gonzaga’s favorable path (32:00), and the biggest snubs of the tournament (38:00). 3/12/2017 Free View in iTunes 112 Explicit Ep. 277: ‘Achievement Oriented’ - 'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' and the Nintendo Switch The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh and Jason Concepcion bring on Kotaku news editor (and author of the forthcoming book 'Blood, Sweat, and Pixels') Jason Schreier to discuss reviewing great games (1:00), how 'Breath of the Wild' departs from and improves upon previous 'Zelda' installments (8:30), what lessons developers can take from the game's open-ended structure (34:00), and the Switch's post-launch outlook (40:00). 3/10/2017 Free View in iTunes 113 Explicit Ep. 275: 'The Masked Man Show' on the Failure of 'Fastlane,' 'Raw,' and 'SmackDown' The Ringer's David Shoemaker, Bleacher Report's Dave Schilling, and "Hollywood" Dan St. Germain team up to reluctantly break down 'Fastlane' (01:00), the end of Kevin Owens's championship reign (13:20), Goldberg headlining 'WrestleMania' (17:00), Braun Strowman and the Undertaker (25:40), Jack Gallagher's headbutts (34:00), and AJ Styles's loss to Randy Orton (37:00). Then they wrap up by answering some of your Twitter questions (40:20). 3/8/2017 Free View in iTunes 114 Explicit Ep. 274: 'Jam Session' With Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins celebrate Connie Britton's birthday (5:00), discuss Brad Pitt's rumored reunion with Jennifer Aniston (12:00), and Meghan Markle wins. Then, Ringer writer Allison P. Davis joins to give her thoughts on Emma Watson's press tour for 'Beauty and the Beast' (22:00). 3/8/2017 Free View in iTunes 115 Explicit Ep. 276: Interview With 'Get Out' Director Jordan Peele Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with writer-director Jordan Peele (of 'Key & Peele' fame) to discuss his new hit film, 'Get Out,' how and why he made it, and its overwhelmingly positive reception. Peele also talks about ideas for alternate scenes and endings as well as his reasoning behind some of the movie's most pivotal moments. 3/8/2017 Free View in iTunes 116 Explicit Ep. 273: The Fantasy Suite With Ben Higgins The Ringer’s Juliet Litman is joined by former Bachelor Ben Higgins to discuss the Fantasy Suite (0:45), his thoughts about Raven’s celebratory “music video" (22:25), and Nick’s upcoming appearance on 'Dancing With the Stars' (37:10). 3/7/2017 Free View in iTunes 117 Explicit Ep. 272: ‘Achievement Oriented’ - 'Horizon Zero Dawn,' 'Resident Evil 7,' and Video Game Phobias The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh and Jason Concepcion have a spoiler-free chat about the newly released PS4 exclusive 'Horizon Zero Dawn,' discussing its obvious influences, how it tweaks the open-world formula, and whether games have gotten too long (1:00). Then they bring on Kotaku editor Luke Plunkett to talk about his aborted attempt to play 'Resident Evil 7' and try to pinpoint what combination of in-game mechanics and hangups inside their own psyches makes some video games so scary (24:30). 3/3/2017 Free View in iTunes 118 Explicit Ep. 271: 'The Masked Man Show' on the Hardys, 'SmackDown,' and 'Fastlane' The Ringer's David Shoemaker teams up with Dave Schilling and Steve Kazee to discuss the "Dusty Finish" at the Oscars (02:00), whether the WWE will sign Matt and Jeff Hardy (05:45), AJ Styles defeating Luke Harper (18:10), and Randy Orton burning down Bray Wyatt's compound (19:45). They finish with a preview of 'Fastlane' (31:30). 3/1/2017 Free View in iTunes 119 Explicit Ep. 270 ‘Bachelor Party' With ABC’s SVP of Alternative Programming, Rob Mills The Ringer’s Juliet Litman is joined by Rob Mills, ABC's senior vice president of alternative programming, to discuss being at the Oscars (1:20), this week’s episode of 'The Bachelor' (9:00), the top five 'Bachelor' contestants (18:00), and the decision to pick Rachel as the next Bachelorette (36:10). 3/1/2017 Free View in iTunes 120 Explicit Ep. 269: Food Week Profiles — The Impossible Burger and Guelaguetza The Ringer celebrates Last Meal on Earth Week with two unique audio stories. First, Danny Chau reports on an ambitious new product attempting to solve one of the food industry's biggest dilemmas (0:10). Then, Katie Baker introduces us to the Lopez siblings and their critically acclaimed family-run Oaxacan restaurant, located in Los Angeles's Koreatown (11:10). 3/1/2017 Free View in iTunes 121 Explicit Ep. 268: Top-50 Fast Food Items With Bill Simmons and Joe House HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons brings on Joe House so they can respond to The Ringer's top-50 fast food list and offer up their thoughts on which items were overrated, underrated, and properly rated. 2/28/2017 Free View in iTunes 122 Explicit Ep. 267: 'ShackHouse' on the Honda Classic, Rule Changes, and Mark Crossfield Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Ricky Fowler's bizarre win at the Honda Classic (03:05), Johnny Miller's criticism (04:05), and the upcoming changes to the rules of golf (15:45). Then they welcome golf instructor/equipment reviewer/travel guru Mark Crossfield to share how he used honesty to build an online presence (24:05) and answer a few questions from the Callaway Community (27:05). To close out the show, Geoff and House preview the WGC-Mexico Championship (45:35). 2/27/2017 Free View in iTunes 123 Explicit Ep. 266: 'Achievement Oriented' on Becoming a Meme and Setting Speedrunning Records The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh and Jason Concepcion briefly consider the future of TV video game adaptations, reacting to comments by 'Castlevania' producer Adi Shankar and 'The Expanse' co-author Ty Franck (3:30). Then they bring on longtime Giant Bomb video producer Drew Scanlon to discuss having a GIF of his face go viral and how long his fleeting internet notoriety will last (9:30). Lastly, they talk to Kotaku staff writer Heather Alexandra about glitching, speedrunning, and the creative ways in which players navigate games (25:00). 2/24/2017 Free View in iTunes 124 Explicit Ep. 265: 'The Masked Man Show' Remembers George "The Animal" Steele and Ivan Koloff The Ringer's David Shoemaker and Bleacher Report's Dave Schilling team up to honor Ivan Koloff (3:30) and George "The Animal" Steele (8:30), and discuss Max Landis's video on Kevin Owens (16:50), the art of projecting during a promo (21:10), the Rock calling out CM Punk (26:00), and the downsides to attending 'Raw' (30:35). 2/22/2017 Free View in iTunes 125 Explicit Ep. 264: 'Jam Session' With Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Harrison Ford's flying skills (5:00), Malia Obama's sabbatical (10:00), the Clooney twins (18:00), Kirsten Dunst's Soho apartment (23:00), Miles Teller's birthday party (32:00), and Eileen Fisher's morning routine (37:00). 2/22/2017 Free View in iTunes 126 Explicit Ep. 263: 'Bachelor Party' With Bill Simmons and Mallory Rubin The Ringer's Juliet Litman sits down with Bill Simmons and Mallory Rubin to discuss a day in the life of Vanessa (2:00), being in on Corinne (6:50), Rachel's level of interest in Nick (25:25), and a trip to Arkansas with Raven (43:30). 2/21/2017 Free View in iTunes 127 Explicit Ep. 262: 'Achievement Oriented' on Google Doodle Games and Ubisoft's Sword-Fighting Experim
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