This week: it's no surprise Drake owns the internet. But this time he might be breaking records for speed *and* most burns in three minutes. How does he do it? Plus we dig into the spectacular fail of Jason Bateman and the Arrested Development cast in the New York Times -- and focused on how trying to make things better can make them so much worse. And Sandra Oh and Thandie Newton school Maggie Gyllenhaal and Elisabeth Moss on how 'basic' parts of the job don't always apply.
This week: A fairy tale doesn’t just happen. Everything from the schedule to the seating plan to the service to the songs, all of it required strategy and consideration and… WORK! On this episode, we break down the elements that made Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding the royal event of the year…and, maybe, one of the best royal weddings of all time.
This week: TV pilot pickups were rolling in as we recorded, so from Jessica Alba to Kerry Washington, Nina Dobrev to Harry Styles, we discussed who's up and who's out as the fall TV landscape takes place. Then we deep dive into the fascinating Ryan Murphy, whose success with Glee, American Horror Story, "The People vs OJ Simpson" and "The Assassination of Gianni Versace" doesn't keep him from being hurt that Shonda's not his BFF. Plus, we test our Soap Opera knowledge, and one of our low-key faves makes a lateral career move -- or is it a stealth great decision?
This week: Rihanna covers the new issue of Vogue ahead of the Met Gala and the release of Oceans 8 and the launch of her lingerie line. How has she built her empire and what is her leadership style? Then, the working challenges of working mothers as Rachel McAdams is back at work after having a baby. And generating work through social media as Busy Philipps and Leslie Jones explore new opportunities. Finally... are "lady assassins" the new Hollywood trend?