The most interesting thing of this development is the fact that it involves one of the major music corporations.
Hollywood and Power.
Blackout, featuring Rami Malek.
A look at “Storypunk,” one British television writer’s gambit to make this a thing across the pond.
More podcast-to-TV adaptations means… more public radio producers portrayed poorly on television? Bring ’em!
TV recap podcasts are nothing new. In fact, they’re such staples that the recap podcast model is nowadays being applied to radio programmes, too. There’s one that focuses on the long-running BBC radio soap The Archers, which has been broadcast continually since 1951, named DumTeeDum after the distinctively enraging Archers theme music, and there are […]
Featuring Dick Wolf *dun dunn*
The fact that the hit British comedy podcast My Dad Wrote a Porno is to become a live HBO comedy special, as announced last week, feels like a landmark moment in UK podcasting. It isn’t the first podcast-to-TV transition for a homegrown show — the QI spin off podcast No Such Thing As a Fish […]
That’s the television division of the highly active and enterprising Blumhouse Productions, the Jason Blum-founded shop responsible for movies like Get Out, The Purge, and the Insidious franchise. Currently, the partnership will take the shape of a fiction podcast called The Oval Office Tapes, created by the documentarian RJ Cutler (of The War Room, the […]
It’s a big, fat marketing vessel.