This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Robin Thede, creator and star of HBO’s “A Black Lady Sketch Show” to talk about the groundbreaking show’s cinematic look and multi-layered approach to comedy. Then “Rutherford Falls” co-creator Sierra Teller Ornelas joins us to discuss some of the absurd situations she has found herself in as a Native American that have found their way into the show. And finally, for The Treat, culture critic Gerrick Kennedy talks about the impact of Whitney Houston’s 1998 album “My Love is Your Love.”
‘A Black Lady Sketch Show,’ ‘Rutherford Falls,’ and Whitney Houston’s Greatest Album
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‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’ creator and star Robin Thede on the easter eggs in every episode
Robin Thede is the creator and star of ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show,’ currently in its third season on HBO. She hosted “The Rundown with Robin Thede on BET” and was a head...
‘Rutherford Falls’ co-creator Sierra Teller Ornelas on the infinite number of stories Native Americans have to tell
Sierra Teller Ornelas is the co-creator, along with Ed Helms and Mike Schur of Peacock’s “Rutherford Falls,” currently in its second season. Ornelas previously was a writer...