This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes comedian and director Jerrod Carmichael, who explores truth and honesty in his HBO special “Rothaniel” and his feature directorial debut “On the Count of Three.” Next, Paula Pell, one of the stars of Peacock’s “Girls5eva” talks about coming into her prime as a performer in her fifties. And finally, on The Treat, director John Waters reveals the 1940s film that set him on his unique and outrageous career path.
‘Rothaniel,’ ‘Girls5eva,’ and the surprising film that jump started John Waters’ career
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‘Rothaniel’ comedian Jerrod Carmichael on the specificity of his comedy
Jerrod Carmichael’s most recent comedy special is “Rothaniel” on HBO. His directorial debut “On the Count of Three” is about two friends on possibly the last day of their...
‘Girls5eva’ star Paula Pell on finally getting to perform
Paula Pell is one of the stars of the Peacock comedy “Girls5eva,'' about a female pop group getting a second chance at fame. She was a writer for more than two decades on...