Banter buddies Matthew Belloni of The Hollywood Reporter and Michael Schneider of IndieWire join Kim Masters to mega-banter the year that was 2017 in film and television. Women--and some men--spoke up, Harvey Weinstein went down, and then came the tidal wave. Meanwhile, the Mouse ate the Fox.
FROM THIS EPISODE
The fall of Harvey Weinstein and everything after. The Mouse ate the Fox as streaming TV gets bigger than ever. Major departures at multiple studios. Soul searching in the stunt community.
Kim, Matt and Mike tackle it all on this year’s mega banter.
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