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Feb 19, 2015

Each week on Slate's TV Club Insider podcast, the creators, cast, and crew of The Americans reveal behind-the-scenes details about the making of the FX drama's third season. 

In this installment about the fourth episode, “Dimebag,” script coordinator Molly Nussbaum talks to executive producers Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg and to writer Peter Ackerman about cringeworthy story lines, making Stan Beeman angry, and selecting the perfect 80s pop song.

 

Note: This podcast contains spoilers and is meant to be enjoyed after you watch the episode.

Feb 17, 2015

Slate's TV Club recaps, "Nacho," the third episode of the Breaking Bad spinoff. Hosted by June Thomas and Seth Stevenson. 

Our sponsor this week is Harry's, the shaving company that offers inexpensive razors, sleek handles, and great shave cream and gel delivered right to your door. First-time customers get $5 off when they visit Harrys.com and use the promo code SAUL

Slate Plus members get early access to TV Club's podcasts about Better Call Saul, immediately following the broadcast on AMC. Non-members can try out this early access until Episode Four. If you like it, sign up for Slate Plus at slate.com/saulplus

Feb 17, 2015

Mike Vuolo and Chris Wade recap Episode 10 of The Walking Dead, "Them." Mike is a senior producer and the host of Slate's Lexicon Valley podcast, and Chris is a Slate video producer.

 

Slate Plus members can download Slate’s Walking Dead podcast immediately following the broadcast of new episodes on AMC. Learn more and try Slate Plus free for two weeks at Slate.com/DeadPlus

Feb 17, 2015

Each week, Slate’s culture critic and Outward editor June Thomas will chat with frequent contributor Seth Stevenson to dissect the latest developments on the new season of Downton Abbey. 

In this installment of the podcast, Thomas and Stevenson discuss Lord Grantham’s tearful farewell to Isis, Lady Edith’s short reign over the publishing house, and whether Atticus and Rose’s new engagement will really last. 

This podcast contains major spoilers, so listen after you watch each episode.

Listen to the other episodes here.

Feedback about today’s podcast? Let us know! Plus@Slate.com.

Our sponsors this week are:

HBO’s The Jinx. Four decades. Three murders. And one very rich man who refused to speak, until now. “The Jinx” airs Sundays at 8 on HBO.

And Casper, an online retailer of premium mattresses for a fraction of the price. Get $50 toward any mattress purchase by visiting www.casper.com/downton and using the promo code “Downton” 

For info on how to subscribe to the Slate Plus podcast feed, go here.

Feb 12, 2015

Each week on Slate's TV Club Insider podcast, the creators, cast, and crew of The Americans reveal behind-the-scenes details about the making of the FX drama's third season. 

In this installment about the third episode, “Open House,” script coordinator Molly Nussbaum talks to executive producers Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg and to writer Stuart Zicherman about a trip to the dentist, the secret to cinematic suspense, and practicing counter-surveillance. 

 

Note: This podcast contains spoilers and is meant to be enjoyed after you watch the episode.

Feb 10, 2015

In the latest TV Club podcast, Slate's June Thomas and Seth Stevenson recap the second episode of the "Breaking Bad" spinoff "Better Call Saul." 

June and Seth discuss the role of the desert in each series, creator Vince Gilligan's love of cellphone paranoia, and Bob Odenkirk's nuanced portrayal of Jimmy McGill, the man who later becomes Saul Goodman.

Slate Plus members get early access to TV Club's podcasts about "Better Call Saul," immediately following the broadcast on AMC. If you’re not a Slate Plus member, try out this early access for our first three podcasts. If you like it, sign up for Slate Plus at slate.com/saulplus

Feb 10, 2015

Welcome back! With the return of Season 5, listen to a recap of the midseason premiere, "What Happened and What's Going On.”

This is Slate's Walking Dead podcast recap and spoiler special, hosted by Mike Vuolo and Chris Wade.

Mike is the host of Lexicon Valley and a senior producer for Slate podcasts. Chris is a producer for the Slate Video team. Be forewarned: We’ll do our best to make this a weekly recap, but we might miss a week or two.

For the second half of Season 5, Slate Plus members will have early access to the podcast. Approximately twenty-four hours after the podcast has been published for members, we'll allow non-members to access the latest episode. 

Slate Plus members can also leave questions and comments for Mike and Chris on the podcast show page.

Complete Slate's podcast listener survey! Tell us about yourself and your favorite podcasts so Slate can serve you better. We'd appreciate two minutes of your time. Go to slate.com/survey

Feb 10, 2015

As a member of Slate Plus, you’ll get access to our Spoiler Special podcasts—including our newly launched series about Season 5 of PBS’s Downton Abbey! This Spoiler podcast will be available for Slate Plus members the moment each Downton episode ends, at 10 p.m. Eastern on Sunday nights. 

Each week, Slate’s culture critic and Outward editor June Thomas will chat with frequent contributor Seth Stevenson to dissect the latest developments on the new season of Downton Abbey. 

In this installment of the podcast, Thomas and Stevenson discuss Edith’s decision to shrug off the blanket of convention, the “cure” for homosexuality, and Lady Mary’s fetching new haircut.

This podcast contains major spoilers, so listen after you watch each episode.

Listen to the other episodes here.

Feedback about today’s podcast? Let us know! Plus@Slate.com.

Our sponsors this week are: 

Audible, a leading provider of spoken audio information and entertainment. Get a free audiobook of your choice at audiblepodcast.com/downton

HBO’s The Jinx. Four decades. Three murders. And one very rich man who refused to speak, until now. “The Jinx” airs Sundays at 8 on HBO, starting this Sunday (Feb. 8).

For info on how to subscribe to the Slate Plus podcast feed, go here.

Feb 9, 2015

Slate's TV Club recaps the pilot episode of the much-anticipated spinoff of "Breaking Bad," with hosts June Thomas and Seth Stevenson. 

Slate Plus members get early access to our TV Club podcasts about "Better Call Saul," immediately following the broadcast on A-M-C. If you’re not a member, try out this early access for our first three podcasts. If you like it, sign up for Slate Plus at slate.com/saulplus

 

Feb 5, 2015

Each week on Slate's TV Club Insider podcast, the creators, cast, and crew of The Americans reveal behind-the-scenes details about the making of the FX drama's third season. 

In this installment about the second episode, “Baggage,” script coordinator Molly Nussbaum talks to executive producers Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg and to director Daniel Sackheim about Season 3 Episode 2.

 

Note: This podcast contains spoilers and is meant to be enjoyed after you watch the episode.

Feb 3, 2015

Each week, Slate’s culture critic and Outward editor June Thomas will chat with frequent contributor Seth Stevenson to dissect the latest developments on the new season of Downton Abbey. 

In this installment of the podcast, Thomas and Stevenson discuss the tragedy among poor Edith’s shoulders, why Lord Merton and Isobel make a fine match, and whether Rose just might end up as Mrs. Atticus Aldridge. 

Spoilers for Episodes 4 to 9 will be made available to Slate Plus members on Sundays at 10 p.m. Eastern, at the conclusion of the PBS broadcast—and to non-members on Tuesdays morning. (Want early access? Join Slate Plus!)

Help Slate learn more about our podcast listeners! Take a couple of minutes to answer our listener survey.

Note: As the name implies, this podcast contains spoilers, and is meant to be listened to after you watch each episode.

Jan 29, 2015

Molly Nussbaum, script coordinator for FX’s The Americans, talks with executive producers Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg about the premiere episode of Season 3, “EST Men.” For more information, visit www.fxnetworks.com/shows/the-americans/.

 

Jan 27, 2015

Each week, Slate culture critic and Outward editor June Thomas will join frequent contributor Seth Stevenson to dissect the latest developments on the new season of Downton Abbey. 

In this installment of the podcast, Thomas and Stevenson discuss Miss Bunting's lack of social grace, Lady Mary's trail of broken hearts, and how the Dowager Countess continues to surprise us this season. 

Spoilers for Episodes 4 to 9 will be made available to Slate Plus members on Sundays at 10 p.m. Eastern, at the conclusion of the PBS broadcast—and to non-members on Tuesdays morning. (Want early access? Join Slate Plus!)

Our sponsor today is Harry's! Visit harrys.com and use the promo code DOWNTON.

Note: As the name implies, this podcast contains spoilers, and is meant to be listened to after you watch each episode.

Jan 19, 2015

In this installment of the podcast, Slate's June Thomas and Seth Stevenson discuss the best match for Lady Cora, the developing battle over Marigold, and what Thomas’ mysterious phone call could mean for this season. 

Slate Plus members get early access to our Downton Abbey spoiler specials this season, immediately following the broadcast. If you’re not a Slate Plus member, try out this early access for the first three Downtown spoilers. If you like it, sign up for Slate Plus!

Jan 12, 2015

Slate's culture editor June Thomas and senior writer Seth Stevenson react to Episode 2 of Downton Abbey's fifth season, including the war memorial and the lingering possibility of a Carson-Mrs. Hughes kiss.

Slate Plus members get early access to our Downton Abbey spoiler specials this season, immediately following the broadcast. If you’re not a Slate Plus member, try out this early access for the first three Downtown spoilers. If you like it, sign up for Slate Plus!

Jan 9, 2015

Slate's culture editor June Thomas and contributor Seth Stevenson react to Episode 1 of Downton Abbey's fifth season, including vintage burns, whether anyone can truly make Lady Edith happy, and brewing class resentment.

Slate Plus members get early access to our Downton Abbey spoiler specials this season, immediately following the broadcast. If you’re not a Slate Plus member, try out this early access for the first three Downtown spoilers. If you like it, sign up for Slate Plus here!

 

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