This week we’re bringing you some very tasty leftovers: great stories from great guests that we couldn’t bear to leave on the cutting room floor. Comedy writer Janis Hirsch shares her idea for getting more actors with disabilities on screen. Writer-director Armando Iannucci is delighted that his next movie will be a period piece, but he’s finding that Charles Dickens wrote some lousy parts for women. And ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ showrunners Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino both wrote for the original ‘Roseanne.’ They debate the Trumpiness of the title character as the ABC reboot is about to launch. Plus, a two-part news banter for a busy week.
More industry insights from memorable guests
From this Episode:
Hollywood news banter
Lesley Goldberg, TV editor of The Hollywood Reporter, joins Kim Masters to discuss pilot season.
10 min, 51 sec