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ATX Television Festival has a reputation we’re pretty proud of: “TV Camp for grown ups." Each June, showrunners actors, producers, all of the TV industry and the most incredible fans come together for one of a kind screenings, in-depth panel conversations, and...breakfast tacos...BBQ...margaritas. You get the picture. Now we're bottling that TV magic as a podcast! Our inaugural podcast series, showcased conversations with some of our favorite people in TV, each one exploring a different TV t ...
 
The Suits After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of USA's Suits. Show Summary: In need of an associate, big-time Manhattan corporate lawyer Harvey Specter hires the only guy who impresses him — college dropout Mike Ross. The fact that Ross isn't actually a lawyer isn't lost on Specter, who believes his new right-hand man is a legal prodigy with the book smarts of a Harvard law grad and the street smarts of a hustler. However, in order to keep their jobs, the charade must remain st ...
 
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Can you believe it’s already been a week since ATX TV..from the Couch! kicked off? Caitlin and Emily come back to close out the season with a look back at the weekend and everything that led up to it. They discuss the last minute changes, the difficult conversations to decide whether or not to continue on, and the in-front-of and behind-the-scenes …
 
Tomorrow starts the first ever ATX TV...from the Couch! Caitlin and Emily discuss the power of story and why they decided to continue to hold the virtual festival this weekend. They share their beliefs on television being a powerful platform and tool for change, and the need to not shy away from difficult conversations but rather to lean into and a…
 
We’re just one week away (or 7 days as Emily would say) from ATX TV...From the Couch! In this week’s episode of The TV Campfire, Caitlin & Emily discuss 9 years of working through Memorial Day, and watching other people kick into Summer gear as they’re full on sprinting towards the festival (taking a few food breaks along the way). Then we release …
 
ATX TV...from the Couch! gets closer and closer as Caitlin and Emily continue to share programming, festival details, and stories of sleepless nights, FaceTime breakfast dates, and of course, more takeout and binge watching. Following that is our ATX Season 4 (2015) conversation with Marta Kauffman in an intimate discussion she looks back at a care…
 
Now, more than ever, we are working hard to adapt our lifestyles to a new normal with the hope that we evolve into some better ways of life -- whether that is reimagining our business, new ways to share a meal with friends, or even how we record this podcast. Adaptation in media is also an evolution -- with many of our favorite TV series transition…
 
Caitlin + Emily (ATX Festival co-founders) continue to navigate through the wild west of Quarantine life. They’ve been “at home” for 56 days here in Austin, and have 28 days to go until ATX TV...from the Couch! And they continue to have no idea what day of the week today is. This week they discuss launching registration (which is free!) and announc…
 
This week Caitlin + Emily (ATX Festival co-founders) start by discussing their quarantine queues (and what they’re eating while they watch), but then share some breaking news on ATX TV...from the Couch! They also deep dive into how ATX became a destination for reunions while reflecting on some of their favorite past gatherings and how they all came…
 
We’re back and bringing y’all some of our favorite past conversations along with behind-the-scenes stories of how they were put together. Caitlin and Emily give you up-to-date insight into what’s happening with this year’s virtual festival: ATX TV...from the Couch! It’s like a flashback episode and a spoiler alert all rolled into one. This week’s e…
 
Caitlin and Emily return by bringing y’all some of their favorite past panels along with behind-the-scenes stories of how they were put together. They also give you up-to-date insight into what’s happening with this year’s virtual festival...ATX TV...from the Couch! It’s like a flashback episode and a spoiler alert all rolled into one. This week’s …
 
The “male gaze,” largely acknowledged as “the act of depicting women and the world from a masculine, heterosexual perspective that represents women as sexual objects,” has been the dominant viewpoint since the beginning of art and culture -- but what happens when women become the subject instead of the object? This conversation will explore the “fe…
 
A look into the depictions of classes in America, and TV’s relationship to the ever-changing definition of the working & middle classes. Panelists: Laura Chinn (Creator/Executive Producer/Actor, Florida Girls) Dee Harris-Lawrence (Showrunner/Executive Producer, David Makes Man) Jenniffer Gomez (Writer, Vida) Gladys Rodriguez (Writer, Vida) Moderato…
 
How authentic do plotlines about police need to be? Criminal justice plotlines and police procedurals have been a staple of both current and past TV programming. Shows today however, have the opportunity--and some say the obligation-- to explore the nuances and the contradictions inherent in real-life characterizations of police, the criminal legal…
 
As networks and studios look to diversify their writers rooms through non-traditional routes, playwrights have quickly become some of TV’s top staffing contenders and most influential showrunners. Hear from several writers who made the jump from the theater to the writers room as they discuss what drew them to television, the unique challenges of w…
 
Following the 2016 presidential election, U.S. culture saw a dangerous rise in anti-Muslim sentiment, rousing many in the entertainment industry to resist with a counter-narrative of inclusion. Within days MPAC (the Muslim Public Affairs Council) was flooded with inquiries requesting consultation on television shows with Muslim characters and recom…
 
While it’s true that television productions are increasingly aware of the emotional & physical stakes of performers on-set — many writers, actors, and directors still struggle with how to safely navigate scenes that contain intimate or sexual content. Join the creatives involved in crafting these scenes from start to finish for an honest discussion…
 
While the original Twilight Zone (1959) helped popularize the format, the anthology series has taken on new life with the success of series like True Detective, Fargo, and Black Mirror. It's unique style of contained storytelling has attracted everyone from "movie stars," to fresh faces, to troupes of familiar players looking for variety onscreen. …
 
Through innate intimacy and week-to-week stories, television is arguably our most impactful medium, having the power to change hearts and minds. Hear creators, writers, and actors discuss how series can rise above trends and token characters by weaving in storylines of gender, race, religion, aging, immigration, health care, and many more — all wit…
 
The cast and creatives behind Hulu's hit import LETTERKENNY discuss going from web series to full-fledged show, Canadian humor, and pulling pranks in this Q&A from ATX Season 8. Season 7 of Letterkenny is now streaming on Hulu! Panelists: Jacob Tierney (EP/Director/Cast) Mark Montefiore (EP) Nathan Dales (Cast) Michelle Mylett (Cast) K. Trevor Wils…
 
TV series broaching stories of mental health and mental illness are on the rise, from anxiety and depression to bipolar disorder and PTSD. By exploring everything from diagnosis and treatment, to daily ups-and-downs, they’re bringing to light what often goes unsaid: the journey towards mental health is universal. Join the writers from a few of TV’s…
 
As the crisis at the border continues, Amnesty International has been mobilizing and uniting people to welcome refugees and asylum seekers who are fleeing violence and persecution. Too often, these people are portrayed in politics and in the media as two-dimensional tropes -- victims or villains -- without a platform or access to tell their own sto…
 
Each year, ATX seeks to recognize an individual whose body of work encompasses the very best of the medium; whose career endures as thought-provoking, lasting, genuine, expansive - and ultimately - entertaining. This year we were honored to present our "Award in Television eXcellence" to legendary actress Phylicia Rashad (David Makes Man, The Cosby…
 
As the spectrum of inclusivity on TV grows, so has the number of shows exploring later-in-life narratives. Never before has there been such an array of characters who redefine what life is like after sixty-five. From series that center on the senior experience, to characters who are part of a multi-generational story, to unpredictable yet relatable…
 
TV has often told deeply affecting stories of loss, death, and trauma, but rarely has it leaned into its unique ability to linger in the messy, uncomfortable business of grief. Recently a number of series have turned their focus to this universal experience, ranging from animated to comedy to horror, from freshman series to established ones and fro…
 
The cast & creators of THE LEAGUE reunite at ATX ten years after the series premiere to revisit how the show came together, their unique approach to filming the semi-improvised comedy, and share a few of their wildest behind-the-scenes stories. Panelists: Jeff Schaffer (Creator/Executive Producer/Director) Jackie Marcus Schaffer (Creator/Executive …
 
Twelve years after the premiere, ATX Season 8 went back to Cyprus-Rhodes University for a reunion with the cast & creatives of GREEK! Keep listening after the panel to hear more from Spencer Grammer, Jacob Zachar, and Zack Lively. Panelists: Patrick Sean Smith (Creator/Executive Producer) Shawn Piller (Executive Producer) Lloyd Segan (Executive Pro…
 
In this episode of the TV Campfire, three of the funniest people on TV-- D'Arcy Carden (The Good Place), Melissa Fumero (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), and Lauren Ash (Superstore)-- join equally funny moderator Marc Evan Jackson (The Good Place, Brooklyn Nine-Nine) in conversation. They discuss early comedy influences, share stories from the sets of their hi…
 
This episode of the The TV Campfire features a behind-the-scenes look at the The Terror: Infamy with the creative team behind the anthology series' second season. Following the Q&A from the premiere screening from Season 8, ATX's own Ashland Viscosi sits down with George Takei in out Podcast HQ for a talk about his history, his love of TV, and how …
 
In this double episode of The TV Campfire the casts and creatives of the Freeform hits grown-ish and Good Trouble join ATX season 8 to discuss their second seasons, spin-offs, and how to tackle real world issues in today's climate. grown-ish follows Zooey Johnson, who audiences first met in the ABC hit black-ish, as she and her friends navigate col…
 
The dramatic backstories. The elaborate productions. The showmanship. Get an inside look at the creative & technical process behind your favorite competition shows, and the ways in which they continue to defy “peak TV”. Panelists: Julie Pizzi (Co-Executive Producer, The Challenge) Nicolle Yaron (Executive Producer, Making It) Andrew Llinares (Execu…
 
Whether you've already binged all of season 4 or are taking your time with a full series rewatch, you won't want to miss our ATX Season 8 panel with the men of Veronica Mars. Creator Rob Thomas and cast members Jason Dohring, Enrico Colantoni, and Percy Daggs III joined ATX this year to talk all about the being revived on Hulu, characters old and n…
 
The creative minds behind the FXX hit Archer returned to ATX for the third time in Season 8. In this Q&A following a very-special- ATX-only version of an episode from the show's tenth season, you'll hear from the minds behind the animation and get some stories from the always charming star, H. Jon Benjamin. Archer is an animated, half-hour comedy t…
 
It's an ATX + Blumhouse double feature! Listen in as the cast & creatives discuss "Culture Shock", the July episode of Hulu's Into the Dark, and then hear from the execs making it all happen behind the scenes at Blumhouse TV! Into the Dark: Culture Shock In partnership with Blumhouse Television, Into The Dark is a horror event series made up of 12 …
 
The first release from ATX Festival Season 8 (2019) is here! We’re kicking off with a panel that truly kicked off the festival (June 6, 2019) and we couldn’t be prouder of this conversation with our partners at Vanity Fair. Though the television industry may at times be ruthless, there are countless powerful stories of female partnerships that thri…
 
Episode Notes: This episode features exclusive content from LIVE at ATX Season 8, including interviews with Bless This Mess creator, writer and star Lake Bell, star Pam Grier and director Anya Adams, Jane the Virgin’s Justin Baldoni, Grey’s Anatomy writer and producer Elisabeth Finch and Meredith Averill, writer and producer on The Haunting of Hill…
 
Episode Notes: This episode features exclusive sneak peaks at the Season 8 panels: “Breaking the Stigma: Mental Health on TV" with Stephan Falk and Meredith Averill, “Euphoria Opening Night Screening Q&A” with Zendaya, “The League Reunion” with Nick Kroll and Jason Mantzoukas, “Veronica Mars Revival” with Rob Thomas, and “ATX Awardee: Phylicia Rash…
 
Episode Notes: In the final weeks leading up to Season 8, co-founders Caitlin and Emily balance their personal lives and getting the final details of the festival wrapped up, and ATX Advisory Board member Arielle Kebbel calls in to touch base! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. A…
 
Episode Notes: ATX Ambassador and all around friend Matt Lauria joins co-founders Caitlin and Emily to discuss the Season 8 slate of programming and his involvement in this (and previous) year's festival. Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com Series Infor…
 
Episode Notes: With less than 90 days until Season 8 of ATX, co-founders Caitlin McFarland and Emily Gipson begin to dive into what really goes into putting together TV Camp for Grown-ups. Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com Series Information: Welcome …
 
Episode Notes: This episode Revisits “Stories without Walls” (Aug. 23, 2018), “What’s Your Pitch?” (June 13, 2018), “Her Body, Her Choice: TV’s Abortion Dilemma” (Aug 16, 2018) Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com www.FiveOhm.com Series Information: Welcome to a spe…
 
From showrunners to showstoppers, these women are at the forefront of bringing empowered, vulnerable, complex heroines (and antiheroines) to the worlds of sci-fi and fantasy. As a more inclusive fan culture emerges in today’s evolving landscape, their stories take on a new significance and timeliness. Hear from these bold creators, actors and passi…
 
Prior to a television landscape that favors realism over idyllic life, where major characters face the risk of "being killed off," and daily life is portrayed somewhat accurately, thirtysomething did all that and more. The show that was an early experiment that quickly became a phenomenon, rewriting the rules for dramatic series in more ways than o…
 
As these critics can tell you, part of the fun of watching TV (particularly in the digital age) are the discussions and inevitable debates surrounding it. What is the perfect length for an episode, or season? Are time jumps an effective tool, or a hollow plot device? Does a limit exist when it comes to our threshold for subscription services and vi…
 
Time for a very special pre-midterms S'More, y'all! We're throwing back to our full Season 5 convo with the creatives & cast of THE WEST WING, moderated by Lawrence O'Donnell! Join us as we wistfully re-visit the heart-pounding conviction, spit-fire writing, and unforgettable characters that continue to impact viewers more than a decade later, as w…
 
From the title sequence to the end credits, and everything in between, composers have an indelible impact on the emotional lens through which we view a story. How do you create a sound that captures the essence of a character, or elevates an already-great scrip to the next level? In this conversation, go behind the score with some of TV's most dyna…
 
Penultimates (a.k.a second to last, a.k.a the one before the end) are often beautiful works of episodic TV that are favored over the finale by critics and fans alike. Is it a fair fight though? A penultimate has all of the advantages of a finale - fully formed storylines, character development, complicated relationships - yet, none of the added pre…
 
Capturing the coveted 18-34 age demographic is no easy task for programmers, advertisers and creators. What makes that task even more difficult is that it encompasses two generations -- Millennials and Generation Z, which engage with, shape and distribute media in very different ways. Millennials had instant messenger, Gen Z has Instagram; Millenni…
 
Dark, Gritty, Broad Comedy, Dire, Light-hearted. Every TV show has a tone, the overall mood or emotional response it expects to elicit from viewers. Despite many stories being about the same subject matter, how each series tackles those subjects sets them apart from one another giving each show a distinct voice. How does a writer convey a specific …
 
While TV has long been considered a writer’s medium, a growing number of directors are discovering ways to put their distinct stamp on the the small screen by sticking around for an entire season. Join these full season directors for a discussion on turning episodics into long form investments; the challenges of transitioning from features or singl…
 
From story editor, to comedy executive, to production mogul, Marcy Carsey has spent more than 35 years shaping the television sitcom, and by extension the television industry. As co-founder of The Carsey-Werner Company, she has produced nearly 2,000 episodes of TV’s most iconic comedies over three decades (including Roseanne, The Cosby Show, A Diff…
 
Last fall, in the midst of pop culture’s ongoing obsession with all things “true crime,” Netflix’s American Vandal arrived just in time to set social media ablaze with one tantalizing question: Who drew the dicks? Like amateur documentarians Peter and Sam, viewers found themselves enamored not only by the show’s central mystery (uncovering the perp…
 
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